Cheap flights from Zurich to Vigo

Zurich airport

Zurich

Place: Kloten, 11 kilometres to the north-east of Zurich View map

How to get to the airport: There are several public transport options for accessing the airport: fast inter-regional trains, InterRegio and local trains: S16 and S2, the fast tilting trains (InterCity Neigezug), fast inter-city train (InterCity) and the fast international train (EuroCity). There is a tram service: the number 10 connects the airport with the main railway station and 16 regional buses connect the airport with the main towns around Zurich. There is a special bus service to winter sports resorts that connects with the centre of Switzerland and a taxi rank in front of arrivals terminals 1 and 2.

Terminals: Zurich Airport has two terminals under one roof, called Terminal 1 (gates A and gates E) and Terminal 2 (gates B/D).

Vigo airport

Vigo

Place: Vigo View map

How to get to the city: The inter-city L9A bus route covers the distance separating the city of Vigo from the airport.

Terminals: It has one passenger terminal and one cargo terminal.

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Useful information if you're flying to Vigo

Hola Vigo!

The jewel of the "Rías Baixas" is home to the best that Galicia's coastal region has to offer. Book a cheap flight to Vigo to try the excellent fish, relax on the fantastic beaches and enjoy the vibrant nightlife. Your trip to this city will be a resounding success whichever way you look at it. The old town in the midst of a bustling industrial port city offers visitors a maze of alleys that wind down to the sea, not to mention plenty of bars and restaurants to savour the best fish and seafood in Spain. The impressive and vibrant Praza da Constitución, the banks of the Berbés, the Mercado de A Pedra market and Praza da Pescadería (where you can try the famous Vigo oysters) are some of the hotspots you'll want to visit.

Vigo is rightly proud of its estuary, the southernmost of all the Rías Baixas, which cuts deep into the land to mix with the water in the river. If the estuary is the city's jewel, the Cíes Islands are a unique paradise of lush vegetation, white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. We aren't the only ones who say so: in 2007 the prestigious British newspaper The Guardian voted Playa de Rodas the "world's best beach".

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