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Flights from Zurich to Toronto Pearson International
While it is somewhat of a trek, Canada is closely within reach after a brief hop, skip, and a jump from Zurich Airport. The most economical flight paths include a layover, typically in Amsterdam, which will serve to fuel your wanderlust further and enjoy the journey as much as the destination.
Airlines that Fly from Zurich to Toronto Pearson International Airport
Ten airlines deliver you from Zurich to Canada on a regular basis comprising of flights from the main player, Swiss International Airlines, followed by a multitude of options from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Jet Airways, Aerlingus, WestJet, Air Berlin, Iceland Air, Vueling Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, and Allitalia CityLiner.
Zurich Airport (ZRH)
Zurich Airport, also known as Kloten Airport, is situated a short thirteen-kilometres from the Zurich city centre. As the largest international airport of Switzerland, ZRH services over eighty airlines and handles over twenty-five million passengers annually. Despite the enormity of this European transit hub, the Zurich Airport is easy to navigate with only three terminals and three runways. The Airport Centre, or terminal complex, where you will find the car park, check-in desk, and enjoy duty-free shopping and restaurants, is located directly above the Zurich Airport railway station. The Stadtbahn Glattal is the light-rail system that interworks with Zurich trams is also just below this complex and is easily accessed via tram routes 10 and 12. As with any international travel, especially such an expansive airport, it is recommended to arrive the full three-hours prior to your departure. With a multitude of shops and eateries available in the Airport Centre, enjoying time pre-flight is easily filled.
What to Expect in Toronto: Travel Tips
Landing in Canada’s largest and busiest airport, you can navigate out of this sprawling transit centre using the Link Train. Once free from the crowds, you can hop onto Toronto’s straightforward subway system, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) or embark on a GO train or bus. Uber does not have access to the airport as of 2017, so taxicabs with set airport fares are still a favored option. If you would prefer to drive yourself, dive into Skyscanner’s car-rental tool. Once your mode of transportation is sorted, you can navigate to your accommodation, thriftily found on Skyscanner’s hotel search, or delve straight into the heart of Queen Street’s one-of-a-kind shops, tourist attractions such as the CN Tower, hipster neighborhoods nestled in Kensington Market, and an endless array of world-renowned eateries.
Things to do in Toronto:
- Toronto Zoo
- CN Tower
- Toronto International Film Festival in early September
- Festival of Beer in August
- Nuit Blanche- all-night art-exhibition in late September
- Nathan Phillips Square’s outdoor ice rink the entirety of Canada’s winter
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