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Located in Switzerland’s largest city, Zurich, a leading global city, is the Zurich Airport, which is also known as Zurich Kloten Airport. The airport can be found about 13 kilometres from the city’s centre and serves the many different locations all over the world, especially in Europe such as Cairo, Rome-Fiumicino, London-City, Hong Kong, Madrid, and Reykjavík-Keflavík, among other destinations. It’s busiest routes include flights to and from destinations like London (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and City), Vienna and Berlin.
Going to Zurich
Once you land in Zurich Airport, make your way to and through the city and discover what it has to offer. There are a number of important museums that chronicle the city’s and the country’s immense history and its rich culture. The Swiss National Museum is one of the most important and contains many artefacts, costumes and documents pertaining to the Swiss history. The Zurich Museum of Art, meanwhile, holds one of the largest collections of Classic Modern art in the world while there are a few more museums that also contain many beautiful collections of artwork and history. Among these are the Centre Le Corbusier, Museum of Design, Tram Museum and others.
There are also churches such as the Grossmunster (Great Minster), the Fraumunster (Women’s Minster) St. Peter and the Predigerkirche. Meanwhile, some parks you can stroll in are the Zoological Garden, Botanical Garden located in the University of Zurich, the Chinese Garden and the Uetliberg.
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