Aug 17, 2016 - 8:01 AM
in reply to vjvinit
>> We are planning to Visit Switzerland in the month of Oct-16 or Nov-16. Nothing is booked or decided yet. Persons - 2 (Me & My Wife) Dates- Flexible but after Sep-16
I would suggest you visit as early as possible. Travelling in November will reduce your options substantially, as many cable cars etc close for maintenance at various times in November. There will still be plenty to do and see in November, but you may have to make more compromises. The weather of course is getting colder in October and November and you will need suitable footwear and clothing to enjoy the outdoors, especially at higher altitudes.
>> I have heard about Airbnb, Shall We try to book through Airbnb or Any other Hotel will be Great.
Regardless of what type of accommodation you choose, I suggest you consider these things before booking:
- Choose one or more locations from which you will not need to travel too far to see the sights you most want to see. Good options for a first trip to Switzerland are Luzern/Lucerne and/or the Jungfrau Region: Wengen, Grindelwald, Mürren or Lauterbrunnen in the mountains, or Interlaken.
- If you plan to visit mountain tops such as Titlis or Jungfraujoch, be aware that the views are sometimes obscured by clouds. Staying several days in the area will increase your chances of getting a clear day to enjoy the views.
- Make sure your accommodation is reasonably close to public transport: easy access to a railway station will allow you to make the most of your time.
Hope this is helpful.