September 8-16 Switzerland trip, itinerary check

September 8-16 Switzerland trip, itinerary check

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Arun
Arun
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Jul 8, 2018 - 12:38 PM

Travel Itenary- Switzerland – September 08th 2018 to September 16th 2018

Day 1:- ( September 8) - Geneva -Arriving time 1600hrs - Visit Chaplin world , Chill castle, Lauvox and stay night at Lausanne-

Day 2:- (September 9)- Early morning planning to start- Glacier 3000-and Zermatt trip and stay night at Lausanne-

Day-3:- (September 10)- Vacate the hotel and to visit Gronegrat / Matterhorn and stay night at Wengen-

Day-4:- (September 11)- Golden pass line from Latterbrunnen to Inter laken-Grindelwald (dinner) and Jungfrauj- Latterbrunnen and stay night at Wengen-

Day 5:- (September 12)- Laterbrunnen (Waterfalls) - Schilthorn (mountain) - Murren (mini trek to Gimmelwald)- Broc - Bruille (Choclate/Cheese factory vists) and stay night at Wengen-

Day 6:- (September 13) - Vacate the hotel- visit Luzern (scenic train) -Lake tour - Mount Titlisand stay night at Luzern-

Day 7:- (September 14)- Visit Rhine Falls - Zurich city tour -Chappel Bridge and stay night at Zurich-

Day 8:- (September 15)- Vacate the hotel- Lugano (Gothard Panorama Express) - route partly by boat-Stay at Luzern and stay night at Zurich-

Day 9:- (September 16)- Check out from Zurich hotel- Olympia Hotel Zurich at 1000hrs to Geneva Airport and heading to Kuwait.

Travel preferred: 8 days swizz family pass by Train

Dear Lucas, as per this above itenary ,could you review and update from your experience ?, which are the areas visit i can add or exclude?

I am planning take train family pass from airport only.

Myself two kids and wife , we are planning to find out one friendly family as partner ,is it possible find a partner from there? or any website is there to find a travel partner (Family)?

Which are mountains and lakes preferred by you, rather than all mountains , ?

WHERE we can get a family cottage or usable kitchen rooms in a cheap rate?

Is it required in September Jungfrau/Titlis/Pilatus trip Gum boot to protect leg/ice burn?

My kids (3 year and 1 year )can ok to survive these months?

Could you assist me in this regards

Thanks My whats ap ( 0096567682724)

Lucas
Lucas
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Jul 8, 2018 - 4:11 PM in reply to Arun

Hi Arun,

Day 2: I'm not sure if you want to do the Glacier 3000 and visit Zermatt in one day and return to Lausanne - or was that a type and your staying in Zermatt? Day 3 sounds like you are in Zermatt already.

Day 4: You won't be on the Golden Pass route between Lauterbrunnen, Interlaken and Grindelwald (https://www.myswissalp s.com/goldenpass).

I'd not bother staying in Zurich between Lucerne overnights (as you are going back to do the Gotthard Panorama Express). Just stay in Lucerne on day 7.

There is no Swiss (not Swizz) family pass. Each adult buys a Swiss Travel Pass and you also order the free Swiss Family Card to cover child's trips: https://www.myswissalp s.com/swisstravelpass/ price.

You can check accommodation options on our site here: https://www.myswissalp s.com/accommodation
We do have some rental options in Lucerne as well: https://www.myswissalp s.com/lucerne/rentals

No gum boots required for the mountains no. Hiking shoes or boots are a nice to have option though.

Your kids will be fine for sure. Just be careful bringing them up the highest mountains (Klein Matterhorn, Jungfraujoch, titlis and Glacier 3000). Anything over 2500/3000 meters one should be careful.

https://www.myswissalp s.com/kleinmatterhorn
https://www.myswissalp s.com/jungfraujoch
https://www.myswissalp s.com/titlis

Last modified on Jul 9, 2018 - 4:43 PM by Annika

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