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Flights to Switzerland in 2023

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C$ 1,409

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C$ 644

One-way from

C$ 415
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From Toronto to Zurich
One-way flight from Toronto to Switzerland

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Toronto Pearson IntlZurich



Toronto Pearson Intl

Mon 16/10

1 stop10h 40m


Mon 23/10

1 stop24h 30m

C$ 644

Toronto IslandBasel EuroAirport Swiss



Toronto Island

Sun 18/6

1 stop32h 15m

Basel EuroAirport Swiss

Thu 22/6

1 stop16h 14m

C$ 912

Toronto Pearson IntlZurich



Toronto Pearson Intl

Mon 27/11

1 stop10h 55m


Tue 5/12

2 stops16h 08m

C$ 931

Toronto Pearson IntlZurich



Toronto Pearson Intl

Mon 16/10

1 stop10h 45m


Mon 23/10

1 stop24h 55m

C$ 939

Toronto Pearson IntlZurich



Toronto Pearson Intl

Mon 16/10

2 stops14h 30m


Mon 23/10

2 stops43h 10m

C$ 973

Toronto IslandGeneva Geneve-Cointrin



Toronto Island

Mon 6/11

1 stop32h 40m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

Fri 17/11

1 stop13h 36m

C$ 1,133

Toronto Pearson IntlGeneva Geneve-Cointrin



Toronto Pearson Intl

Mon 6/11

2 stops23h 25m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

Fri 17/11

2 stops17h 09m

C$ 1,212

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What is the cheapest month to fly to Switzerland?

The cheapest ticket to Switzerland found for each month in 2023 based on historical flight searches by Cheapflights users.


C$ 1,216


C$ 1,184


C$ 1,296


C$ 1,300


C$ 1,295


C$ 1,378


C$ 1,598


C$ 1,489


C$ 1,346


C$ 1,240


C$ 1,218


C$ 1,350

Currently, February is the cheapest month in which you can book a flight to Switzerland. Flying to Switzerland in July will prove the most costly. There are multiple factors that influence the price of a flight so comparing airlines, departure airports and times can help keep costs down.

When is the best time to fly to Switzerland?

Average Switzerland flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2023 and 2024 by month



C$ 1,184 - C$ 1,881



0 - 19 °C



63 - 128 mm

When is the best time to book a flight to Switzerland?

The best time to book flights to Switzerland is 58 days before your desired departure date. The cost of your flight will likely increase significantly if you book two weeks in advance of your flight.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Switzerland?

At the moment, Tuesday is the most economical day to take a flight to Switzerland. Saturday is likely to be the most costly.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Switzerland?

Flights in the morning are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to Switzerland. Flights in the evening are usually the most expensive.

It may be neutral, but when you book a flight to Switzerland, you’ll see that it’s far from sedentary. Switzerland has played it safe politically, but it’s the safety game that has helped the country become one of the top cultural, financial and safest destinations in the world. Need proof? There’s a reason people put their money in Swiss bank accounts. Cash in some of your wealth and book a flight to Switzerland for amazing sightseeing, chic shopping, authentic food and music and nightlife in the capital city of Berne that rivals some of Europe’s hottest city spots. 

The country’s landscape is one of the main reasons people book flights to Switzerland – alpine mountains and soothing spas excite even the weary traveller. Infused with a variety of cultures and speaking hundreds of different dialects, Switzerland is a melting pot of people. Switzerland has a strong history of arts and literature to be proud of, and of course, there’s the cuisine. A cheap flight to Switzerland lands travellers in a rich country of chocolate and cheeses. Savour the delicacies that make Switzerland one of the most toured countries in the world. If the mood strikes you, it’s not unheard of to engage in a little yodeling with friends.

Switzerland climate

The highest peaks in the Swiss Alps have snow all year round. It gets colder the higher you travel. When you’re not in mountains, the climate can be temperate and is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

Getting around Switzerland

Public transportation is excellent. Comprehensive and punctual, reasonably priced and clean, getting around by public transport is a tourist’s dream. Swiss Federal Railways operates rail services throughout Switzerland. Two of the largest Alpine lines are BLS, which runs the Bern–Lötschberg–Simplon route between the Swiss capital and Italy; and RhB, the Rhatische Bahn, which operates services within Canton Graubünden. Buses complement the train services and stations are generally found in the forecourts of train stations. Many cities also have trams.

There are ferry services operating on Switzerland’s largest lakes including Luzern’s Vierwaldstattersee, Lago di Lugano, Maggiore and Como. Ferry services are generally seasonal, between April and October.

The post bus is a novel way of getting to the remotest parts of Switzerland. The service has been operating for 100 years. One of the most scenic mountain/valley journeys runs from Meiringen over four alpine passes – Grimsel Pass, Nufenen Pass, Gotthard Pass and Susten Pass. There are 25 bridges and 23 tunnels along this route.

There are many ways of getting to the top of the mountains. These include funicular, cable-car, gondola, T-bar skilift or draglift.

SWISS, the flag carrier, flies domestically between Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lugano and Zurich.

The following chart gives approximate journey times from Zurich (in hours and minutes) to other major cities and towns in Switzerland.


What is good to know if travelling to Switzerland?

  • The northeast of Switzerland (near Germany) is less well-known than the rest of the country. The city of St. Gallen, an old textile town, has a beautiful baroque cathedral and a well-preserved medieval town centre. The city is the gateway to Lake Constance and the mountainous Appenzell region.
  • It’s possible to trace the footsteps of Heidi, the heroine of Johanna Spyri’s classic book in Maienfeld, Eastern Switzerland. In Heidi’s Village there is Heidi’s house, which can be toured, a petting zoo, shop and post office. There is also a Heidi trail from the village to the mountain which takes about 90 minutes.
  • The Glacier Garden in Lucerne is a natural monument with glacial potholes and fossilized shells and palm leaves that date back 20 million years. There are several attractions here, the most famous of which is the Lion monument carved out of rock. It was carved out of the cliff in the 1800s to commemorate the deaths of 700 Swiss guards who were cut down by French revolutionaries storming the Tuilleries in Paris in 1792. There are also botanical gardens and a Hall of Mirrors.
  • While many travellers opt for Zurich hotels or hotels in Geneva, during their Switzerland travels, St. Moritz, Davos and Zermatt are the most famous ski resorts, and Zermatt hotels are packed with snowbirds each season. Other popular resorts include Verbier, Klosters, Gstaad, Wengen, Grindelwald, Arosa and Murren.
  • Rheinfalls is the largest waterfall in Europe. It is a 30-minute drive or hour train journey from Zurich. There is a platform that extends over the water so it’s possible to get very close to the falls. There are a couple of boat trips you can take too. One drops tourists in the middle of the falls and picks them up later, the other motors to the foot of the waterfalls, cuts its engines and the water pushes it away.
  • Free bicycle: leave a small deposit at the Velogate, and a bike is yours for six hours.
  • The Kunsthaus in Zurich boasts treasures of the art world such as Picasso, Munch, Monet and Chagall topping the bill.

Popular regions to fly to in Switzerland

Not sure where to visit in Switzerland? Start by selecting one of the most popular places in Switzerland below to filter down your possible destination.

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