Exciting destinations on klm.com
Bilbao is a must see city for lovers of architecture, art and food. Located in the Basque Country in northern Spain it is the home of the world famous Guggenheim Museum – a building that takes the breath away and an impressive modern art collection to be enjoyed once inside.
The countless bars and taverns that serve up local produce and have made the Basque Country so famous are a high point of any visit to Bilbao.
A stroll through the old town, a few pintxos and a glass of wine, what could possibly be better?
From 26 May to 25 October 2014 KLMCityhopper flies five times a week from Amsterdam-Schiphol to Bilbao.
Turin may be synonymous with cars and football (if that was not enough) but there is much more to the city than Fiat and Juventus.
Turin served as the seat of the Royal House of Savoy and the capital of the Kingdom of the same name for several centuries, something that can be clearly seen in the fantastic architecture and heritage. Piazza Castello with the two thousand year old Palazzo Madama, the royal church Chiesa di San Lorenzo and the Royal Palace, Palazzo Reale, with its beautiful gardens, are all worth a visit. And certainly not to be missed is the glass elevator ride to the top of the city’s symbol, the 167 metre tall Mole Antonelliana. The views of the Alps and the city below are simply breathtaking.
From 26 May 2014 KLMCityhopper flies twice a day from Amsterdam to Turin.
People watching can be refined to an art form in Croatia’s largest city, Zagreb.
Enticing aromas of freshly brewed coffee and local specialties spill on to the streets from the lively and inviting cafes. Take a stroll through the city, down cobbled streets and through enchanting squares and enjoy the impressive selection of galleries and museums. Begin in Donji Grad, the lower town, before reaching the two old town centres of Zagreb and then up to the upper town Gradecto. There is always something exciting to see and discover in this vibrant city.
From 27 May to 25 October 2014 KLMCityhopper flies from Amsterdam to Zagreb four days a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
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 “La Chascona”, one of the homes of the famous author Pablo Neruda.
To take a breather after sightseeing, head to the numerous parks in the city, including the “Parque Forestal” on the south bank of the Rio Mapocho. Discover the Museum of Fine Arts and the Cultural Center, both located in the park. From Santiago, you can reach the sea easily, as well as the beautiful skiing and hiking areas in the Andes.
Wine lovers will also find some good bargains. The famous wine regions with their traditional wineries are located just outside the city.
From 2 February, KLM will fly three times a week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, with a Boeing 777-200 via Amsterdam and Buenos Aires to Santiago.
From 27 October KLM will fly to Florence, serving the capital of Tuscany twelve times a week courtesy of the Embraer 190.
Every year, millions of tourists visit Florence's historic centre, widely considered the birthplace of the Renaissance and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982. The city is an absolute must-see for art aficionados and fashionistas, food lovers and connoisseurs of fine wine.
An extraordinary wealth of art treasures can be seen throughout more than seventy museums in the city, which has been home to artists and scientists including Leonardo da Vinci, Michaelangelo, and Galileo Galilei. The awe-inspiring palaces of the Medici family dynasty, meanwhile, showcase the city's eventful political history—and much more besides.
Fly now with KLM to Florence and explore Tuscany's most exciting metropolis.
Ålesund is going to be the 7th KLM destination in Norway. From 04 April 2013 KLM will fly twice 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.
From 03 April 2013 KLM will fly to Fukuoka in Japan: Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays a Boeing 777-200 will fly 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.