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Cheap round-trip flights to Switzerland

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Cheap flights to Switzerland

From skiing and hiking to culture and history, Switzerland has something for everyone. Spend your days hurtling down the snowy Alps, exploring the restaurants of Basel or bar hopping in trendy Zurich.

When to book flights to Switzerland

With so much on offer, Switzerland makes a great destination throughout the year. Visit in the summer months and you can take a dip in one of the country’s many outdoor public pools, rushing rivers or crystal clear lakes. July and August are also perfect times for sightseeing, hiking and exploring Switzerland’s vibrant cities.

As summer is peak season, UK to Switzerland flights can be a little more expensive. If you’re travelling on a budget, you might find it’s easier to book cheap flights to Switzerland in the spring or autumn months. April, May, September and October can be beautiful in the country’s alpine regions and most cities will be warm enough to explore on foot.

During the winter, Switzerland is often covered in a blanket of snow. The run up to Christmas is another peak season in the country as visitors flock to towns and cities for seasonal markets and festivities. Winter is also the perfect time to visit if you want to have a go at skiing, snowboarding or other wintry pursuits.

How to find cheap flights to Switzerland

There are lots of ways to find cheap flights to Switzerland from UK airports when you search with Expedia.

If you are departing from the capital selecting ‘All London Airports’ when typing your departure details will ensure you’re shown flights from all London airports to your destination.

You may also be able to find cheaper tickets to Switzerland by clicking the ‘Nearby Airports’ link at the top of the results page. This will show you terminals that are within easy reach of your destination, allowing you to search for all available journeys.

Sort your results by duration, price and departure time using the drop down menu at the top of the page.

UK departures to Switzerland

Main Airports in Switzerland

Zurich Airport is the largest air hub in Switzerland. Located just eight miles from the city centre, it offers regular services to destinations across Europe and around the world. A good choice of public transport networks connect the airport with central Zurich, allowing you to continue your journey by train, bus, tram or taxi.

The second busiest air hub in Switzerland is Geneva Airport. Also known as Cointrin Airport, it mainly serves European destinations although some medium haul and long haul flights also depart from the terminal. Like Zurich, Geneva Airport is well connected to the surrounding area by public transport. Trains and buses serve the terminal and taxis are also available to passengers arriving at the airport.

Which airlines fly to Switzerland?

A wide choice of airlines offer UK to Switzerland flight connections.

These include:

  • British Airways
  • EasyJet
  • Swiss
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Ryanair

How to get around Switzerland

As you’d expect, Switzerland has an excellent public transport network. Trains generally run like clockwork and most towns and cities are connected by rail. Many train journeys in the country offer you the chance to take in panoramic views of the Swiss countryside, with trips in the alpine region especially picturesque. Buses and coaches are also available across the country while connecting flights link Switzerland’s major cities.

In Zurich, Geneva, Basel, Bern and Switzerland’s other main towns and cities you’ll find a good variety of public transport options available. Buses and taxis cover most areas and some cities also have trams, cable cars and ferries.

Must-see attractions in Switzerland

If you’re looking for headline attractions, they don’t come much bigger than the Matterhorn. One of the highest peaks in the Alps, the mountain towers over the pretty resort of Zermatt and is a Must-see during your stay in the region.

If you haven’t had your fill of Swiss mountain vistas, head to Jungfraujoch, where you’ll find an observation point and enormous glacier perched 3,500 metres up in the Bernese Alps. The train journey up to the attraction is one of the most breath taking in Europe and the views from the top are even better.

Tips for travelling in Switzerland

A number of rail passes are available to passengers travelling around Switzerland by train. If you’re planning on moving between multiple destinations, these passes could save you a lot of money.