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Zurich – the home of finance and fabulous culture

Flights to Zurich transport you to a city that’s fast becoming as famous for its hip cultural scene as it is for its long-standing reputation as one of the world’s leading financial centres.

This savvy, sophisticated city is quietly transforming itself into one of the coolest travel destinations in all of Europe.

Pedestrians and a tram in Zurich city.

Among the towering glass buildings rising high above the skyline, you’ll find plenty of arty cafes, museums and galleries, all creating a bohemian vibe in a city better known for business.

Start your trip with a walk along the Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich’s central shopping district lined with historic buildings, fountains and a host of exclusive retailers.

Afterwards, ride a tram to the Old Town and sip coffee in cafes once frequented by some of history’s greatest writers and artists. Once refreshed, you can then go and see their work first-hand in the Museum of Fine Art.

Book your Zurich flight with Etihad Airways and begin your journey to this fantastic destination.

What's the weather like in Zurich?

Average TemperatureAverage Rainfall

Jan

2°C

6cm

Feb

1°C

4cm

Mar

4°C

6cm

Apr

7°C

7cm

May

12°C

12cm

Jun

16°C

14cm

Jul

19°C

14cm

Aug

18°C

12cm

Sep

16°C

9cm

Oct

12°C

8cm

Nov

5°C

7cm

Dec

3°C

9cm

Zurich is known for its bright summers and cold, snowy winters. There’s a little rainfall each month, with the most rain typically in June and July – when the temperature climbs into the mid-20°Cs.

Visiting during August will give you a chance to see the city’s famous street parade, while winter visitors can take a short trip outside the city for skiing adventures.

Reasons to visit Zurich

View from Uetliberg mountain near Zurich.

Discover Zurich's Old Town

Albert Einstein, composer Richard Wagner and writer James Joyce all called Zurich home at some point in their lives. Discover the world they knew with a tour of the city’s atmospheric Old Town, which is beautifully preserved and largely unspoiled. You’ll wind your way through storied streets to discover treasures around every corner.

Straddling the Limmat River, a walking tour around the Aldstadt will reveal the stories behind some of the city’s finest landmarks, including the famed Fraumünster church. Niederdorf features cosy coffee shops and one-off boutiques, while Bahnhofstrasse offers more glamorous retail therapy.

the grand exterior of zurich opera house with flags flying outside

Soak up the culture

The scene of around 300 performances each year, Zurich Opera House has been dazzling audiences since 1891. One of the finest venues of its kind anywhere in the world, it’s worth looking ahead to see if your flight to Zurich coincides with a show.

The city’s other key cultural institutions include the Kunsthaus Zurich art museum, the Schauspielhaus theatre and the Tonhalle concert hall.  The Zurich Festival, which takes place every two years, brings these venues together in a glorious celebration of the city’s rich culture.

aerial view of zurich city centre and river limmat on a sunny summer day

Take a bird’s eye view

After you fly to Zurich, return to the skies with a cable car adventure across the city and the stunning surrounding countryside, packed with lush forests and magnificent mountains.

Meet your tour guide in central Zurich before embarking on a 3,000 foot (914 metres) ride to the summit of Mount Titlis. Enjoy lunch at the top of the mountain as you soak up the breathtaking scenery. In winter, it’s the perfect skiing and winter sports location, with tobogganing, snowmobiles, a thrilling zipline and more sedate snowshoeing.

Things to know before you fly to Zurich

accommodation Where to stay

If you want to be in the heart of the action, then stay in the Altstadt – the Old Town. Here you’ll be steps from many of the main sights, while there are numerous restaurants and cafes both traditional and contemporary. Districts further out are great too, especially with Zurich’s excellent transport links.

currency Local currency

Unlike neighbouring countries, Switzerland doesn’t use the euro. Instead the national currency is the Swiss franc. Major credit cards are also accepted in shops, restaurants and hotels.

bus Getting around

The Swiss are renowned for their efficiency and the Zurich public transport network is a shining example. Buses, trams and trains run on an interconnected system that’s fast, reliable, clean and safe.

plane Airport transfers

Pre-book your airport transfer with Etihad before your flight to Zurich and a driver will be waiting for you when you land, ready to take you wherever you need to go.

Flying to Zurich: FAQs

What food is Zurich known for?

Europe’s first-ever vegetarian restaurant, Hiltl Restaurant, opened way back in 1898 and is still one of Zurich’s most popular spots. However, the city is also a meat-eater’s paradise. Zurcher Geschnetzeltes is the national dish, consisting of thin veal slices cooked with mushrooms, cream and onions.

What is Zurich best known for?

Zurich is the financial centre for Switzerland and much of the world. For that reason, the city attracts large numbers of business travellers. There are numerous restaurants and bistros that are ideal for unwinding after business meetings or hosting working lunches.

How many days should you spend in Zurich?

A couple of days is enough to see most of the key sights in Zurich, but if you stay longer there’s plenty to keep you busy. Enjoy a day trip to nearby Lucerne, visit the Rhine Falls and travel to Jungfraujoch, one of the highest train stations in Europe.

The best of Zurich

A modern city with a medieval heart, Zurich is a model of Swiss planning. Here you’re only ever moments from beauty, whether new or old. Relax by the lake or take in the surging contemporary fashion scene, dine on traditional dishes or experience modern gastronomy at its best – the choice is yours.

Zurich is a whirl of soaring churches and stained glass windows, bridges and botanical gardens. It may be one of the world’s major economic hubs but there’s plenty more to offer in this great destination. See what’s so special about Zurich on Atlas.

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Weather in Zurich

7 °C
Friday21 Feb 2020
11 °C
Saturday22 Feb 2020
9 °C
Sunday23 Feb 2020
14 °C
Monday24 Feb 2020
13 °C
Tuesday25 Feb 2020
5 °C
Wednesday26 Feb 2020
4 °C
Thursday27 Feb 2020
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