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Zurich, Switzerland

The city of chocolate, timepieces and peaceful order

Flights to Zurich with Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian offers flights to Zurich, Kloten Airport. You may purchase your ticket directly from this page and travel to indulge in your passion for chocolate and peaceful living.

Royal Jordanian offers comfortable direct flights to Zurich with affordable rates, ranking among the 20 safest airlines in the world! Do not forget you can also take advantage of our Happy Friday offers to get your tickets at a discounted rate!

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    • 644.83 JOD
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    • 644.83 JOD

You deserve to experience travelling to Zurich

Zurich, the city of intellects, has a variety of museums, hundreds of art galleries and one of the most expensive and exclusive shopping areas in the world, all intertwined with the beauty of trees, water, and architecture!

Swiss National Museum: This museum resides within a historic, castle-like building in the northern tip of Kreis 1 (District 1). According to many past visitors, the Swiss National Museum's architecture alone is worth seeing; however, if you go inside, expect to find a comprehensive overview of Switzerland's history.

Bahnhofstrasse: This is a 1,200-meter pedestrianized street, one of the most attractive shopping streets in Europe, enlivened by fountains, public art, trees and distinguished buildings. It is a great place to not only shop but to experience the wide variety the Swiss have to offer as well, showcased by their wonderful chocolate, coffee, and timepieces.

Sprüngli House: This chocolate and sweets manufacturer opened its doors in 1856 and is one of the first and best chocolatiers in the world, famous for its Luxemburgli macaroons and fresh chocolate, which must be eaten within two months.

Travel to the historical sites in Zurich

Besides being one of Europe’s main financial and industrial capitals, Zurich was established by the Romans and favored by leading intellects, which makes it rich with historical sites! These include:

Grossmünster (Great Minster): Built between the 11th and the 13th centuries, it is a three-aisled galleried basilica with a chancel over a crypt that dates from about 1100. Make sure to see the remains of Gothic wall-paintings, the sculptured Romanesque capitals, the Late Romanesque cloister from about 1200, and the two storytelling modern bronze doors done in the 1930s.

St. Peter’s Church: Located in the Old Town, St. Peter's Church has the largest clock dials in Europe, 8,7 meters in diameter. It has a Romanesque choir under the tower from the early 13th century and a nave with three aisles and galleries from the Baroque era. The original 9th-century foundation can be seen underneath the chancel.

Old Town: Split by the river Limmat, the western half of Zurich's old town is where the Romans built their fortified settlement, in what's now the quiet tree-shaded Lindenhof. Though all of the neighborhood's buildings are worth admiring, be sure to check out Muhlesteg Footbridge. This bridge, famous for its array of love locks, is highly recommended by travelers.

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