Zürich International Airport - also known as Kloten Airport - is the largest and busiest air facility in Switzerland, handling over 20 million air travellers annually. It serves the city of Zürich, as well as 11 other districts within the Zürich canton. The airport has been operational since the 1920s, and is the principal hub base of Switzerland’s flag carrier Swiss International Airlines. It’s also served by a myriad of other international airlines like Singapore Airlines, Air China, and Emirates, and offers direct air connections to over 150 destinations worldwide. The most popular destinations from Zürich International Airport are European cities London, Berlin, Vienna, Dusseldorf and Amsterdam.
Zürich International Airport consists of 1 main terminal building called Airport Center and 3 separate airside terminals A, B and E.
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Zürich International Airport is located around 13 kilometres from the city centre of Zürich. To get from the airport to the city, travellers can make use of the Zürich Airport Railway Station located just under the main Airport Center. From there, a train ride to Zürich Hauptbahnhof station in central Zürich should take only about 10-15 minutes, at a fare of SGD 9.13 (USD 6.52).
Otherwise, a cab ride from the airport to the city centre would cost around SGD 70-96 (USD 50-69) and take about 15 minutes.
What to see and do
Zürich is frequently mistaken as the capital of Switzerland, due to its cultural and economic significance to the country. Though it’s not the capital - that honour belongs to Bern - Zürich is still top of the list when tourists think of a holiday in Switzerland. A clean, well-run and beautiful city, Zürich is often called the ‘Singapore of Europe’ for its efficiency, pristine streets and orderly public.
If you’re in Zürich, don’t miss a visit to the Bruno Weber Sculpture Park for a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience interspersed with natural beauty and the artistic works of an eccentric genius. The park is packed with life-like sculptures of the creatures that roam Bruno Weber’s imagination, including winged dogs, dragons, nymphs, unicorns, fire monsters and much more. Step in for a glimpse of the organised chaos of a genius’ mind - you’re also free to touch, climb, feel and sit on the exhibits, unlike your typical strait-laced museum.
Once you’re done with that, follow up with some well-deserved retail therapy at the central shopping street, Bahnhofstrasse Zürich.
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