Exciting destinations on klm.de
Bogotá and Cali
As of March 31, 2015 KLM connects Amsterdam with Bogota and Cali in Colombia.
Bogotá, the capital of Colombia scores with beautiful churches, excellent museums, cultural events and a vibrant nightlife. Bogotá is also the political and financial center of the country as well as the geographical heart, a good base to explore the country. Explore the enigmatic ruins of Ciudad Perdida in the highest coastal mountains in the world.
Fly on to Cali and visit the capital of salsa!
The third largest city in Colombia offers many tourist attractions such as parks, churches, museums and historical monuments as well as lively street and dance festivals!
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, the Boeing 777-200 flies from Amsterdam to Bogota and on to Cali.
From Bremen, Nuremberg and Stuttgart KLM offers the fastest connection of all airlines to Bogota and Cali. Overall there are 10 german airports in Germany from where you can start your journey to Colombia.
Bilbao is the largest city in the autonomous Community of the Basque Country and the capital of the province of Biscay in northern Spain.
Bilbao is not only known by the Guggenheim Museum, an imposing building designed by Frank O. Gehry, clad entirely with titanium plates and home to an important collection of modern art.
Besides, you can not only enjoy art but also other activities in Bilbao. Stroll through the old town and try in the countless bars and taverns the famous pintxos, the small delicate morsels displayed on the bar counter and which are often enjoyed while standing up with a glass of wine.
From 26th May 2014 to 25th October 2014 KLM Cityhopper will fly with an Embraer 190 five times per week from Amsterdam-Schiphol to Bilbao.
Turin is located in the northwest of Italy in the Piemont region at the foot of the Alps. The city
is mainly known as an automobile city (Fiat) and by the football club Juventus, not forgetting the famous Shroud of Turin, preserved since the 17th Century in a side chapel of the cathedral. Turin was for several centuries the seat of the Royal House of Savoy and capital of the Kingdom of the same name. Visit the Piazza Castello with the two thousand years old Palazzo Madama, the royal church "Chiesa di San Lorenzo" and the Royal Palace, Palazzo Reale, with its beautiful gardens. The symbol of Turins is the Mole Antonelliana, a 167 m high imposing building. In a glass elevator you will reach a platform from where you can enjoy the best views of the city and the Alps.
On 26th May 2014 KLM takes Turin as ist sixth italian destination to ist flightplan. KLM Cityhopper will fly with a Fokker 70 twice a day to Turin.
From 27th May to 25th October 2014 KLM will fly four times per week to Zagreb.
Zagreb is the capital and the largest city of Croatia.
Start your tour in Donji Grad, the lower town, one of the two old town centers in Zagreb, where you will find the hustle and bustle of the city. You can walk from there to the upper town Gradec. Stroll through the narrow streets, the pedestrian zone and the galleries and museums. Discover many attractions such as Saint Mark's Basilica and the Parliament.
KLMCityhopper flies with a Fokker on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays to Zagreb. Flight KL1943 at 14.30 Uhr from Amsterdam is landing at 16.20 in Zagreb. The return flight KL1944 is at 16.55 from Zagreb with arrival at 19.05 in Amsterdam.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE
The capital of Chile thrives as a vibrant metropolis with museums, galleries, top chefs and many festivals.
Discover trendy boutiques, crafts, cafes and chic restaurants. Stroll through the beautiful Bellavista and visit the "La Chascona", one of the homes of the famous author Pablo Neruda.
To get a rest after sightseeing head to the numerous parks in the city, including to "the Parque Forestal" on the south bank of the Rio Mapocho. Discover the Museum of Fine Arts and the Cultural Center located in the park. From Santiago you can reach the sea easily well as the beautiful ski and hiking areas in the Andes.
Wine lovers will also get good bargains. The famous wine regions with its traditional wineries are located just outside the city.
Since 2nd February 2014, KLM flies 3 times a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday with a Boeing 777-200 via Amsterdam and Buenos Aires to Santiago.
Since 27th October 2013 KLM flies to Florence. The capital of Tuscany is served 12 times per week with an Embraer 190.
Every year millions of tourists visit the historic center of Florence. The city is an absolute must for art and fashion lovers and connoisseurs of fine wines and food. Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982.
Florence is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, and has been since 1982 a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The extraordinary wealth of art treasures can be seen in the more than 70 museums in the city. The eventful political history of the city is among other attractions illustrated in the awesome palaces of the powerful dynasty of the Medici family. Many artists and scientists like Leonoardo da Vinci, Michaelangelo, and Galileo Galilei have lived at least temporarily in Florence.
Fly now with KLM to Florence and explore the exciting metropolis of Tuscany.
FUKUOKA - JAPAN
Since 03. April 2013 KLM will fly to Fukuoka in Japan.
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays a Boeing 777-200 flies from Amsterdam to the largest city on the island of Kyushu. KLM is the only airline which flies non-stop from Europe to Fukuoka.
The port city is located in the southwest of Japan and is the economic hub of the Kyushu region with about 16 million inhabitants. Rich in cultural and historical sites, the destination is also interesting for tourists.
Ålesund is the 7th destination in Norway from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. Since 4th April 2013 KLM flies twice a day (Saturdays once a day) with a Fokker 70 to the city on the Geirangerfjord. The city of Ålesund is built entirely in Art Nouveau style and was named the most beautiful city in Norway.
It is located right at the entrance to the Geirangerfjord, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a paradise for hiker, anglers and nature lovers. But it also attracts with museums and annual festivals such as the Ålesund theater festival, Ålesund Boat Festival and the Norwegian Gourmet Festival.