SilkAir is offering even more attractive fares to Europe, giving you the chance to make your dream holiday come true. We have over 105 flights a week to 15 destinations in Europe providing you with the options to enter and depart Europe through different cities. En route, enjoy the inflight services of Asia’s most awarded regional airline, savour the finest international cuisine and immerse in a wide range of inflight entertainment options.
The largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is also known for having some of the largest bank accounts. But luckily, investment is not limited to commerce. Here you’ll find world-class museums, galleries and theatres; tremendous access to leisure facilities and recreation, and all the trappings of urban life that make it one of the most comfortable cities to exist, well, anywhere. Add to this its inherent natural beauty – from the calm and peaceful Lake Zurich to the fresh mountain air of Uetliberg – and you’ll probably wonder why you didn’t come here sooner.
Paris is a city of two halves. Not just geographically (the River Seine divides the city into the Left Bank and Right Bank), but also metaphorically. It is a major global city, home to over 12 million people, yet it retains a traditional, often village-y, feel.
Stroll down the Champs-Elysees, past luxury stores like Louis Vuitton and Hugo Boss (this is the fashion capital of the world, after all), and admire the magnificent Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre. Then there are the winding streets and windmill of Montmartre, the verdant parks of the Latin Quarter, and the serenity of Canal Saint-Martin, lined with artists’ studios and boho-chic boutiques. Add to all this the fact that Paris has more than 10,000 cafes and restaurants, ranging from low-key brasseries serving lip-smacking crepes to Michelin-star temples of haute cuisine, and it’s easy to see why Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world.
London, United Kingdom
In the galaxy of the world’s super cities, London’s star blazes. At the astonishingly ripe old age of 2,000 years, the city is both majestic and yet oozing finger-on-the-pulse chic. Effortlessly, it blends the historical grandeur of its streetscape with a pulsing energy that overshadows cities half its age. For the millennial hipster, there’s something happening every day in London – whether it’s screaming your lungs out at a sell-out pop concert in the middle of Hyde Park, catching a Hollywood star strutting the stage in the West End, strolling through a retrospective of Impressionist masters at the Tate Modern, attending the launch of an avant garde film festival, or rubbing shoulders with supermodels in a fancy restaurant in Mayfair. Whatever your budget or your interest, the choices are bewilderingly varied. But this only serves as an apt metaphor for the city itself.