The flight time between London and Zurich is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. Your airport of departure will depend on your choice of airline, there are currently three carriers offering direct London - Zurich flights from London Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, and London City. All of these London airports are easily accessible from Central London by public transport. The dedicated low-cost carrier easyJet currently operates two routes to Zurich from London, and is perhaps your best chance of getting a cheap flight to the city. Once your flight to Zurich has touched down you have a number of reliable options for getting to the city centre. The airport railway station can be found at the lowest level underground, where one of the numerous trains will swiftly bring you to the city in about 10 minutes. There is also dedicated tram and bus services between the airport and city, the journey can take over 35 minutes but allows you to appreciate the city as you pass through.
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Noted for its extraordinary stained glass windows by the legendary artist Marc Chagall, this famous church dates back to 1250. The church's slender blue spire has become an iconic symbol of the city, and the crypt below contains some important relics.2 Zurich Zoo
The zoo is one of the most family friendly attractions in the city and is ideally located, being just a short distance from downtown. It is quite compact, and contains a lot of specialised areas for children to run free, in addition to approximately 2,000 animals from 250 different species. The zoo also has an aquarium and a mesmerizing Madagascar pavilion, that are both well worth a visit.3 Museum of Art (Kunsthaus)
The Museum of Art has large and diverse collection of work from such artistic heavyweights as Kandinsky, Warhol, and Cezanne. The museum displays mostly western works of art dating from the 1600s to the present day, and admission to the general collection is free on Wednesdays.4 Bahnhofstrasse
This pedestrian street is one of the most famous shopping districts in the world. Besides the incredible assortment of shops on offer, you are free to wander around the charming streets and visit one of the local cafes. If you simply want to do some window shopping, Bahnofstrasse boasts some pretty shop fronts and an enchanting atmosphere.5 Old Town (Altstadt)
The historic centre of the city is essential for visitors because it contains most of the important cultural and religious landmarks. Amongst the wonderful cobblestone streets, you will also find some great shopping and restaurants, and some truly inspiring architecture.