>> I am going to live there Friesstrasse 8, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland so I am kindly asking about the local ticket fit for me
That address is in fare zone 110, which includes Central Zürich. A ticket for that zone will be sufficient for most tourists, unless you are planning to do a boat trip on the Zürichsee.
If you do intend to do a boat trip, you can find out what zones your ticket needs to cover here:
You can view a map of the fare zones here:
www.zvv.ch/content/dam /zvv/abos-und-tickets/zonen/tarifzon en_d_e_17_rgb.pdf
Ticket options are here:
A Day Pass, valid for 24 hours in Zone 110, and costing CHF 8.80, might suit you.
Note: Zone 110 counts as two zones for fare/ticket purposes, so you need to buy a ticket for two zones if you are just travelling in Zone 110. If you will be travelling further afield, you will need take note of which zones you will be travelling in, and buy a ticket to cover the correct number of zones. If you are travelling in Zone 110 plus one other zone, you need to buy a ticket for three zones, and so on.
www.zvv.ch/zvv/en/trav elcards-and-tickets/tickets/daypas s.html
There are zone maps at tram and bus stops. You can also use the online timetable to check which zones your intended trips will cover.
At the top of ZVV timetable page is a map. On the right hand side of the map are zoom symbols (plus and minus signs). Immediately above the plus sign is a symbol like a stack of papers. When you have put your "from" and "to" details in, clicking on this symbol and ticking the box for "Fare zones" will overlay the zone map onto your trip, so you can see what zones your trip will cover. Adjust the zoom to get a suitable view.
For an example of thow this works (with screenshots), please see my post of Dec 12, 2016 - 12:21 PM on the following page: