The medieval Notre Dame Cathedral in Lausanne.
Swiss cities and towns are relatively small and easy to explore on foot. You can do it on your own or book a guided tour. There are tours combining a city visit and another site, such as a mountain top, as well. In November and December you can visit Christmas markets in many Swiss towns. You'll find our suggestions below.
One of the most famous luxury shopping streets in Europe.
Explore the three castles of Bellinzona, a UNESCO World Heritage site from the Middle Ages.
Don't have much time, or looking for an introduction to the Ticino region? This one day trip to Lugano and Locarno makes sure you won't miss the best spots.
Board an air-conditioned panorama bus and enjoy a 1.5 to 2 hour ride along all the major sites and museums. This is a good way to get to know the city quickly. The audio commentary explains what you get to see. There are two short photo stops along the way.
This tour includes a comfortable transfer from Geneva to Chamonix. You can explore the town on your own, and optionally add a ride with the cableway to Aiguille du Midi and a ride on the Montenvers railway to the sea of ice of Mer de Glace.
Would you like a walking tour in Bern at your own pace? You can pick up an audio device from the tourist information center and start exploring and learning about the UNESCO World Heritage in the Old Town of Bern.
A packed half day of exploring Zurich! Your guide takes you to the town center, on to lake Zurich and to Felsenegg for a view of the lake and the city from a higher perspective. Transportation is by coach, boat and cable car. A varying tour with lots of highlights.
A day trip by luxurious coach from Zurich, to Interlaken and Grindelwald in the Jungfrau region. You'll have plenty of time to explore these towns on your own. We'd recommend shopping or Harder Kulm in Interlaken and a visit to First in Grindelwald.
You'll get a quick introduction to Zurich during this 2-hour walking tour in the old town center.
The tour starts with a coach ride in the center of Zurich. You'll then board the Dolderbahn cogwheel train for a short ride to a viewpoint. The tour then continues on foot and on a boat to see Lake Zurich. The next stop is the chocolate factory outlet, before taking the coach back to the city.