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Compare Lowest Airfares to Switzerland*

BKK-ZRH

Bangkok (BKK) to Zurich (ZRH)

01/11/2021-

08/11/2021

THB20,990

​Round trip | Economy

MNL-ZRH

Manila (MNL) to Zurich (ZRH)

11/11/2021-

25/11/2021

USD1,469

​Round trip | Economy

BKK-GVA

Bangkok (BKK) to Geneva (GVA)

19/11/2021-

24/11/2021

THB31,965

​Round trip | Economy

HKT-ZRH

Phuket (HKT) to Zurich (ZRH)

01/11/2021-

07/11/2021

THB32,960

​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

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  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-ZRH

    03/12/2021

    ZRH-BKK

    10/12/2021

    THB20,990
  2. Sydney (SYD) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SYD-ZRH

    06/04/2022

    ZRH-SYD

    27/04/2022

    AUD1,584
  3. Manila (MNL) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MNL-ZRH

    22/12/2021

    ZRH-MNL

    03/01/2022

    USD1,142
  4. Bangkok (BKK) to Geneva (GVA)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK-GVA

    18/12/2021

    GVA-BKK

    06/01/2022

    THB28,710
  5. Osaka (KIX) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KIX-ZRH

    24/07/2022

    ZRH-KIX

    06/08/2022

    JPY140,910
  6. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL-ZRH

    29/04/2022

    ZRH-KUL

    12/05/2022

    MYR4,475
  7. Sydney (SYD) to Geneva (GVA)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SYD-GVA

    16/12/2021

    GVA-SYD

    06/01/2022

    AUD3,318
  8. Delhi (DEL) to Zurich (ZRH)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    DEL-ZRH

    20/01/2022

    ZRH-DEL

    26/01/2022

    INR95,159

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Find Flights to Switzerland with Thai Airways

Traveling to Switzerland

Overview

For a relatively small country, Switzerland is surprisingly diverse. Its majestic mountains, glinting lakes and thundering waterfalls delight outdoor adventurers, but Alpine perfection is just one part of its appeal. Switzerland’s cities, from the ancient capital Bern to polished Geneva and cosmopolitan Zurich, provide culture, shopping and sightseeing by the bucket load.

Getting around

The Swiss have public transport down to a fine art and cross-country trains run like clockwork. Swiss cities, meanwhile, are equipped with efficient local transport networks – usually a combination of trams, trains and buses linked by a single ticketing system – while mountainous regions are served by funiculars and cable cars.

See & do

Summers in Switzerland are made for romping through the Alpine vistas of Bernese Oberland, taking high-altitude hikes to the icy tip of Jungfrau and revelling in the epically proportioned Swiss scenery. During winter, the swanky ski resorts of Verbier and St Moritz fill with snow sports enthusiasts of all levels, from snow-ploughing novices to slalom experts. Winter is also the prime season for brave climbers who want to tackle the 3,970m Eiger’s notorious north face.

For urban breaks, most travellers opt for Zurich. Little wonder why; this clean, safe and attractive city offers things many others cannot, including a dynamic cultural scene, a walkable Altstadt (Old Town) filled with fine restaurants and independent shops and access to nature at the drop of the hat. You could spend a morning checking out the 13th-century Fraumünster cathedral and the works hung at the well-regarded Kunsthaus gallery and an afternoon strolling along the shores of Lake of Zurich and riding the mountain railway up the Üetliberg mountain for stellar city views.

From Zurich, it’s possible to take a day trip to handsome Bern, a city whose historic small-town charm belies its status as the capital. It’s also possible to reach the contemporary art hub of Basel, famed for its Art Basel fair.

Hidden gems

The small, ancient and wonderfully remote village of Sent overlooks the rearing peaks of the Graubünden canton, a region famed for its ravishing good looks. It’s one of the few places in the country where Romansh, the fourth official language of Switzerland, is still spoken.

For a winter escape away from the crowds, ride the cable car up to the car-free streets of Belalp, a high-altitude hamlet on the Aletsch glacier. At the top, incredible mountain views and gloriously empty slopes await. It’s equally charming in summer when the snow melts to reveal mountain-biking trails and golf courses.

Food & drink

When it comes to Swiss foods, there are two products that really stand out. Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy some of the finest chocolate on this planet, while dairy-addicts can dig into gooey Gruyère and holy Emmental.

Swiss wine is another altogether more surprising highlight and one you’re unlikely to sample outside of Switzerland as so little of it is exported. Zurich, meanwhile, has more fondue restaurants than you can shake a stick at, as well as several fabulous haute cuisine establishments, where financial wheeler dealers come to blow their bonuses.