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Cheap, Business Class Flights to Switzerland

Switzerland. A land of lakes, innovation, and, of course, political and economic safe havens. With 41, 277 square kilometers, Switzerland houses 8.67 million people, 25% of its citizens being foreign migrants. If you’re intrigued by an international stronghold of a country, you’re going to like Switzerland.

5 Useful Tips for Traveling to Switzerland

Terrific Transportation

Some have joked that Swiss transportation is so seamless, it feels like time travel. Adventurers can purchase a Swiss Rail Pass that grants you access to most trains and busses. You can even “check” your luggage at the beginning of your trip and pick it up at the end, leaving your hands free for picture-taking.

Warm Cups

Most people have heard of Swiss chocolate, often used in cozy Hot Cocoas. But have you heard of Swiss coffee? Nespresso’s corporate office stands next to one of Switzerland’s many turquoise lakes. Free tours are offered throughout the building where guests can learn more details about the drink that wakes them up every morning.

Swiss is not what they speak in Switzerland

Switzerland has four official languages: 

  • Swiss German
  • French
  • Italian
  • Romansh

The Swiss Franc Changed

In 2016, the Swiss Franc underwent a rebrand. As the country has always been tied to its natural prowess, decided to celebrate that prowess on its currency. The 50-franc bill shows a mountain landscape with adventurous hikers. Skiers can be seen racing down a zig-zagged obstacle course on the 10-franc bill. The 200-franc bill showcases The Big Bang Theory and the Large Hadron Collider in celebration of Swiss technology. Other illustrations include butterflies, graph lines, and snow crystals.

Switzerland is not it’s only name

The country is also called: Swissie, Thune, Amiese, Frankler, Stutz, and Liber.

The Best Places to Visit in Switzerland

The Matterhorn is on most people’s bucket list. This magnificent mountain in the Swiss Alps is known for its epic views from afar and from the peak, which reaches an astounding 4,478 meters. To reach the peak, however, you don’t even need climbing gear. Trains are available to escalate you to the top; two must be taken, one to Zermatt and the other (running every half hour) to the peak.

Switzerland’s vibrantly colored lakes are partly what makes the country so picturesque. There are more than 1,500 lakes in Switzerland and countless rivers. The two largest lakes are Lake Geneva and Lake Constance. Yet, most tourists are convinced Lake Lucerne is the best of all the Swiss lakes. With several tunnels built into the nearby mountains, it is possible to circumnavigate Lake Lucerne, taking pictures and videos from every angle.

Switzerland has some of the planet’s best spas. With natural hot spring water in many of them, you can enjoy thorough rest and relaxation in this slices of heaven. Hydrotherapy circuits, ice baths, deep-tissue massages and much more, Swiss spas are where guests come to forget their worries and enjoy the finest things in life.

Another bucket-list-frequent is Jungfraujoch or, “The Top of Europe.” This observation tower is perched at a comfortable 3,4454 meters. The Great Aletsch Glacier, the longest glacier in Europe, begins at this site. It is a justifiable UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a once-in-a-lifetime view.

The Chateau de Chillon, or Chillon Castle, lives on the shores of Lake Geneva, quite close to Montreux. Once the fortress of the Counts and Dukes of Savoy, the establishment withholds 25 buildings clustered in three impressive courtyards. This architectural marvel has inspired European writers and artists alike. It has been mentioned in works by Lord Byron, Jean Jacque Rousseau, and Victor Hugo, to name a few. For anyone who wishes to walk within a part of history, The Chillon Castle welcomes you.

Interlaken is the scenery most people think of when they imagine Switzerland. Snowcapped mountains, blue skies filled with paragliders, and crystal blue lakes. There are fun funiculars that ascend you to the skies to achieve a more elevated view. But for those who couldn’t care about heights, there is much to do on the ground. Interlaken has the best of Swiss products: decadent chocolate, timeless watches, and of course, some of the most mouth-watering cheese fondue you could imagine. If you’re searching for the classic Swiss treasures, take a stop in Interlaken.

Main International Airports

Here are Switzerland’s busiest international airports. All locations offer business class travel.

  • Zurich Airport
  • Geneva Airport
  • Bern Airport
  • Lugano Airport
  • Sion Airport
  • St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport

Best Time to Visit Switzerland

When to go to Switzerland is heavily dependent on what you wish to do while there. Winter enthusiasts will prefer visiting between the months of December and March to hit the ski slops whiles they’re fresh and frosty. Warm-blooded travelers may prefer visiting Switzerland during the months between April and October. Switzerland has a heartwarming amount of trees; watching them bloom throughout these months is truly remarkable.

Flying Time from United States to Switzerland

A flight from San Francisco to Switzerland is 11 hours nonstop. A flight from New York is less than 8 hours.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Switzerland

While Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, we do provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to The Netherlands. Keep in mind some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • KLM, Air France, and Air Canada.

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