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Swiss cheese

A delicious Swiss cheese plate.

Watch, learn and taste!

Watch cheese being made, taste some chocolate and wine, and learn about the history of these fine Swiss products. Various culinary tours can be found below.

CULINARY TOURS IN SWITZERLAND

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Maison Cailler

This chocolate factory and multi-media museum allows visitors to learn about the making of delicious Swiss chocolate.

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La Maison du Gruyère

This cheese factory and show dairy explains how the famous 'Le Gruyère AOP' cheese is made.

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Chocolate Train

Enjoy a one day train and bus trip from Montreux, visiting the cheese and chocolate factories near Gruyères.

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  • Attraction type: culinary tour, cheese;
    culture;
    culinary tour, chocolate;
    scenic trip, by train;
    scenic trip, by bus
  • Escort: independent (no guide)
  • Region: Montreux (South-West Switzerland)
  • Duration: 1 day or less

Self-guided restaurant tour in Lugano

Try the local food in no less than 6 restaurants in the beautiful city center of Lugano. You'll walk from one restaurant to the other in minutes. All small dishes combined are a full diner.

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  • Attraction type: culinary tour
  • Escort: independent (no guide)
  • Region: Lugano (Ticino)
  • Duration: 1 day or less
  • Details & booking: Viator.com

Geneva walking tour and chocolate tasting

This 3 hour guided walking tour takes you to the old town center, along the best chocolateries, and on a short boat trip across the lake.

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Zurich tour with boat ride and Lindt chocolate factory outlet

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.

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  • Attraction type: culinary tour, chocolate;
    city tour
  • Escort: guide
  • Region: Zurich (Region Zurich)
  • Duration: 1 day or less
  • Details & booking: Viator.com

Small group mountain, cheese & chocolate tour from Zurich

Your day trip starts with a short city tour of Zurich. Then, the bus continues to the countryside for a visit to the Lindt chocolate outlet store, the Appenzeller show dairy and the cable car to the Hoher Kasten for great views. A full day of experiencing Switzerland!

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  • Attraction type: culinary tour, cheese;
    scenic trip;
    natural site;
    city tour;
    culinary tour, chocolate
  • Escort: guide
  • Region: Zurich (Region Zurich)
  • Duration: 1 day or less
  • Details & booking: Viator.com
  • More ways to book: Klook Worldwide

Full day trip to medieval Gruyères and chocolate factory from Geneva

After a scenic bus ride you'll arrive in the medieval tiny town of Gruyères to admire the castle and the ancient houses. Visits to the Maison Cailler and the cheese factory are included too, and you'll have time to explore Gruyères on your own and have lunch.

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  • Attraction type: culinary tour, cheese;
    culture, museum;
    culinary tour, chocolate;
    scenic trip, by bus
  • Escort: guide
  • Region: Geneva (South-West Switzerland)
  • Duration: 1 day or less
  • Details & booking: Viator.com

Panoramic Lavaux wine tour from Lausanne

A panoramic tour across the UNESCO World Heritage Lavaux vineyards from Lausanne. You'll get to see the area in half a day. Wine tasting and local snacks are included.

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Panoramic Lavaux wine tour from Montreux

A panoramic tour across the UNESCO World Heritage Lavaux vineyards. An open-top bus will pick you up from Montreux. You'll get to see the area in half a day. Wine tasting and local snacks are included.

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