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Why Fly to Geneva?
Geneva has a lot going for it and in 2009 was named the world's third best city to live in according to Mercer's Quality of Living Survey. On the flip side, it is also one of the world's most expensive cities.
However, with careful planning it is still possible to enjoy a trip to Geneva without breaking the bank. Geneva's International Airport is also very well served by low-cost airlines, meaning that cheap flights are often readily available.
Flying to Geneva from the UK
Being an important financial centre, flights to Geneva depart from airports across the length and breadth of the UK. Direct flights, which tend to be the quickest and cheapest way to get to Geneva depart from London airports including Gatwick, City, Heathrow and Luton. It is also possible to fly direct from other UK airports including Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Bristol, Newcastle, Belfast International and Cardiff. This is just a selection of airports offering direct flights to Geneva, many with low-cost carriers and the possibility of cheap flights.
Popular Flight Routes to Geneva
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Which Airlines Fly to Geneva?
Geneva is well served by airlines, including low-cost carriers, meaning it is often possible to get cheap direct flights to the Swiss city. EasyJet operates flights to Geneva from several UK airports including Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol and Bournemouth. It also has flights from London Gatwick, Luton and Stansted. Other low-cost carriers which fly to Geneva include Bmibaby and Jet2.com. From London Heathrow airlines including British Airways, Bmi and Swiss fly non-stop. A direct flight to Geneva from London Heathrow takes around 1.5 hours.
Mini Travel Guide to Geneva
Set on the shores of beautiful Lake Geneva, this incredibly clean, efficient and well-organised Swiss city is the home of international financial institutions and diplomatic organizations. Aside from its stunning setting, attractions for the visitor are manifold.
The Jet d'Eau, one of the tallest fountains in the world, is also one of Geneva's most famous landmarks. For superb views of the city and fountain, head to the St. Pierre Cathedral and climb the 157 steps of its north tower.
Geneva has plenty of green spaces and landscaped gardens to explore and picnic in. Many visitors head to the Jardin Anglais (English Garden) for a photo opportunity by the famous Flower Clock which is made from more than 6,000 flowers and at more than 2.5 metres, has the longest second hand in the world.
There are also dozens of museums and galleries covering a broad range of subjects including archaeology, the arts, nature and science.