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Sion is a beautiful city in the south of Switzerland, perfectly situated for heading out into the Alps. Sion is particularly popular with those arriving for skiing breaks, as it's in the foothills of the Alps and boasts decadent après ski. The town combines local and European cuisine with spectacular views, a relaxing pace of life and cheap Sion hotels.
A flight to Sion will usually involve flying to Geneva and then taking a connecting Sion flight on from there. Flights to Geneva from London run very regularly and take between an hour and a half and two hours not including check-in time. Cheap Sion flights may involve slightly longer connections but these are two frequent routes so you are unlikely to have to wait for very long.
There is a train line that runs in and around the Sion area connecting to other local points of interest and of course, this is a premium spot for hiking so you may wish to do all your exploring on foot. There is also car hire from Sion Airport available with which you will have complete freedom to transport all that skiing equipment.
With Sion flights and transport organised all that is left for you to do is choose where to go. Aside from the world class ski resorts in the area, there are also some local points of interest in this picturesque town. The local Valere Basilica, an imposing example of Swiss architecture, dates to the 13th century and sits just across from the ruins of the town's ancient castle, another memorial of a fascinating past.