Transport in Zurich, Switzerland

Getting There

By air:

Zürich Airport is found in Kloten, around 10 km north of the city centre. It has its own railway station, complete with S-Bahn and intercity services. Thanks to this, it’s easy to get from the airport to the city centre. Numerous taxis are also available outside the arrivals terminal.

By train:

When arriving by train, you’ll end up at the Zürich Hauptbahnhof. Both the largest and busiest station in Switzerland, it serves numerous national and European destinations.

By bus:

Zürich’s main bus station can be found beside the main train station. Bus services from all over terminate here.

Getting Around

On foot:

Walking to the main attractions in and around the city centre is quite doable; however, you may need to use public transport at some stage.

By tram:

Tram lines criss-cross the city streets. They run on a very punctual service and serve many different parts of the city.

By bicycle:

You’ll find an extensive network of bicycle lanes around Zürich. To take advantage of these, you can try out the ‘Züri rollt’ service, which is a bike rental and drop-off service with locations throughout the city.

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