Direct flights to Zurich weekly in the summer. Flights to Zurich will depart twice a week from Keflavik International Airport in Iceland.
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The new route will allow passengers to fly from Icelandair destinations in North America such as Toronto or New York to Zurich with an average connection time of one hour.
Zurich – a city of wealth and beauty
Banking and business are usually the first things that come to mind when Zurich is mentioned. However, people travelling to Zurich will discover a beautiful city in the heart of Switzerland, nestled in between the Alps and Lake Zurich. Although one of the largest financial centres in the world, Zurich has transformed radically in recent years and become an important hub for tourism in the Northern Alps. The city is now teeming with life and is an important centre of art and culture in Europe.
Zurich – Cobbled streets, picturesque buildings and wonderful landscapes
People travelling to Switzerland will enjoy a walk around the cobbled streets of Altstadt, Zurich’s Old Town, which lies on the banks of the Limmat River at the confluence of Zurich Lake. The Old Town is packed with picturesque ancient buildings such as the Fraumünster church or the Baroque Zunfthaus zur Meisen palace. Zurich counts some of Europe’s richest art galleries and museums among which includes the must-see Kunsthaus Zürich. Visitors can admire a breathtaking view over Zurich from Üetliberg, the city’s most elevated point (2800 ft.), which is accessible by train from the central railway station.
Zurich – A city with a bustling nightlife
While Zurich might be Europe’s capital of business and finance during the day, its nightlife is surprisingly rich and diverse. Zurich’s nightlife will suit all tastes, offering a variety of high-end restaurants, theaters, and a magnificent opera house, while areas such as Niederdorf in the Old Town are packed with popular restaurants, lively bars and pubs. In the past few years, District 5, colloquially known as “Zuri-West”, has emerged as Zurich’s centre of fun for young people, the area often being compared to the Prenzlauer Berg or Mitte districts in Berlin.
Good to know
Flights to Zurich with Icelandair land at Zurich Airport in Kloten, which is about 10 km away from the city itself. The airport is connected to Zurich city centre by train.
Shopping: Zurich’s most famous and most popular shopping street is without a doubt Bahnhofstrasse. Many shops and boutiques can also be found in the surrounding streets in the Old Town.