All flights from North America to Zurich
Welcome to Zurich
Switzerland is a beautiful country with a proud and independent spirit. The Alps, which often create tough passes and can make travel quite difficult, have protected the country from outsiders for much of its history. Many people take flights to Zurich to take in the spectacular natural beauty of the place. Others take flights to Zurich for its upscale living and for international business transactions. No matter what you're looking for, you'll find it here.
Switzerland is a wonderland of lakes, mountains, and lush forests. During the winter, people take flights to Zurich to hit the slopes at some of the world's most exclusive ski resorts. The summer months are also a popular time to book flights to Zurich with Condor. A well-marked network of hiking trails and cycling paths put the entire countryside at your fingertips. Boating and other water activities are popular as well.
Upcoming flights to Zurich
New York/J.F. Kennedy
When you decide to book a flight to Zurich with Condor, you will be pleasantly surprised by the price and the service on your journey to the Alpine country of Switzerland. Flights to Zurich are serviced from a number of different airports throughout the US, including San Francisco, Minneapolis and Baltimore. Some routes even offer daily service to Zurich, giving the passenger a number of cheap flight options from which to choose.
Passengers on flights to Zurich will be very pleased at the facilities at the Zurich Airport. The Skymetro people mover makes getting between the three terminals a breeze. Located just 13 km north of Zurich's city centre, the airport provides easy access to the city for those arriving on flights to Zurich. A rail station is located under the terminal, and bus and tram options also exist.
Top attractions in Zurich
The city of Zurich is one of the highlights of Switzerland. Set on a large lake and nestled between mountains, the scenery is stunning. Old churches and graceful buildings line the streets of the old town, which straddles the Limmat River.
One of Switzerland's icons is the Matterhorn, which is the highest peak in the country. You can make the journey to the mountain itself by car, bus or train. If you plan on climbing, be aware that technical climbing will be involved.
Lucerne is considered quintessentially Swiss. The old town in the city centre is an automobile free zone, so you can take in the medieval feel of the town at a slower pace. Located on the shore of Lake Lucerne and encircled by the Alps, it is a beautiful spot.
Basel is a Swiss city located at the confluence of Swiss, German and French cultures. As such, the city has a rich culture with influences from the greater region. Known as the City of Art, is has one of Switzerland's highest density of museums.
The old town of Bern, the capital of Switzerland, should not be missed. Listed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage register, its cobblestone streets and Medieval structures haven't changed much over the last 500 years. Take a walk back in time when you visit here.