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Santiago to Zurich?

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Anonymous

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Assuming you're talking about flying, I'd check: Santiago-Madrid-Zurich. Buen Camino, xm
 
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Roogy, I just though...there may be flights from Labacolla (Santiago Airport) to Zurich, if not direct, maybe with a stop over. Something to check out. Buen Camino :arrow: xm 8)
 

rolf

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Last year I was flying with Iberia, stopover in Madrid. I booked well in advance, and paid around CHFr 250.- return. Iberia is also offering flights with stopover in Barcelona.
Air Berlin are offering flights to Zurich from Santiago via Palma de Mallorca, and they are cheap!
I heard about a direct bus from Santiago to Zurich, but don't know about timetables etc. And it takes ages to do the trip by bus...
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Roogy

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Thanks for the responses, just to confuse matters I would actually be looking at Santiago - Zurich - London, although I guess I could do return to Santiago and RyanAir back from there. I guess this confirms there are no easy connections though!!

First - to get to Santiago, I´m in Hospital de Orbigo now and it seems a very long way away still...

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The problem with AirBerlin is that it doesn't arrive in Zurich at a very sociable hour if one still needs to take a train connection from there. The route that I eventually took was ClickAir via Barcelona - it arrived at a decent time and was cheaper than AirBerlin too - just take something to read for the time at Barcelona airport!

Thanks for the input, all.
 

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