By air

Main international airports in Switzerland are: Zurich (ZRH), Geneva (GVA), Bern (BRN) and Basel (BSL).

The national carrier Swiss International Air Lines offers flights from many European countries to Switzerland. Swiss Air Lines destinations include:
Austria (Vienna),
Belgium (Brussels),
Bulgaria (Sofia),
Czech Republic (Prague),
Denmark (Copenhagen),
France (Lyon, Nice, Paris),
Germany (Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart),
Greece (Athens, Thessaloniki),
Hungary (Budapest),
Ireland (Dublin, Shannon),
Italy (Florence, Milan, Rome, Venice),
Kosovo (Pristina),
Netherlands (Amsterdam),
Norway (Oslo),
Poland (Warsaw),
Portugal (Lisbon, Faro),
Romania (Bucharest),
Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg),
Serbia (Belgrade),
Spain (Barcelona, Las Palmas, Madrid, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Valencia),
Sweden (Stockholm),
Turkey (Antalya, Istanbul),
United Kingdom (Birmingham, London, Manchester).

Other airlines that offer flights to Switzerland include: Adria Airways, Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Baltic, Air Berlin, Air France, Air Malta, Austrian Airlines, B&H Airlines, Blue1, bmi, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, Croatia Airlines, CSA, Cyprus Airways, easyJet, Finnair, Germanwings, Iberia, JAT Airways, KLM, LOT, Lufthansa, Malev, Macedonian Airlines, Montenegro Airlines, SAS, Spanair, TAP, Turkish Airlines and Ukraine International Airlines.

Zurich Airport: www.zurich-airport.com
Geneva Airport: www.gva.ch
Bern Airport: www.alpar.ch
EuroAirport Basel: www.euroairport.com
Swiss International Air Lines schedules: www.swiss.com

By bus

There are numerous coach services to Switzerland, for example, from Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia and Spain. A company that offers such routes is Alsa-Eggmann (Eurolines).

Alsa-Eggmann schedules: www.alsa-eggmann.ch

By train

Switzerland has direct rail connections with Germany, Italy, Austria, Spain, France, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Scandinavia, and the Benelux countries.

By car

Switzerland is linked to the neighbouring countries through the extensive motorway network


By bus/tram

Switzerland has an excellent and efficient public transport system. In major cities one can travel by tram, trolleybus or light rail. Tickets can be bough from ticket machines.

By taxi

Taxis are plentiful. They can be found at taxi stands or ordered by phone.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. Foreign and international driving licenses are accepted. Speed limits: towns – 50 km/h, open roads – 80 km/h, semi-motorways – 100 km/h, motorways – 120 km/h. The maximum alcohol level is 0.5 milligrams of alcohol per millilitre of blood. The use of seat belts is mandatory both in the front and the rear seats. Use of dipped headlights during the day is recommended. Mandatory equipment include a warning triangle and snow chains in areas indicated by appropriate sign.