Nov 8, 2018 - 12:49 PM
Hi, We are a young couple traveling for 15 days. We are coming from Nice, France and Exiting from Zurich. Our dates are 17th December to 2nd Jan. Wanted some suggestions on how to plan our itinerary with respect to which towns should we kept as a base. Since its Christmas and new years time, we wanted to pick the right places, since most of the things would be closed on those dates.
For now, we have planned the following, but need your inputs on the same:
Montreux for 3N ( We fly into Geneve and take a late evening train to Montreux) - Can visit Geneva the next day by train? or Should we choose to stay in Geneva?
Zermatt for 2N - Where can we travel around from here? or should we just stay in Zermatt? - This is ideally on 23-25th December. Is it advisable to Travel on 25th December to Interlaken? or should we add a night here?
Interlaken or Bern for 3N (25-28)
Grindelwald for 2N (28-30)
Lucern for 4N (30-2)
We want to Definitely enjoy the food, culture, mountain views, the falls, and the cities as well! Basically, experience everything Swiss has to offer in the short span we are around for.
We are planning to take a 10 days Swiss pass, does that work? or do we have to take a 15days one?
Do u think St. Moritz is doable in this?
We are very confused as we don't know if these places are too much to happen or too little to start with.
Your advice would be ideal! So we can rework our trip accordingly.