A guided tour is a perfect way to see a lot of Switzerland without spending time on creating an itinerary yourself. You don't have to worry about booking hotels, tickets, routes, etc. You'll be joining a group and an experienced guide will show you around.
This tour starts with a coach ride from Zurich to your hotel in Grindelwald (recommended) or Interlaken. On day two you'll visit the highest train station in Europe at Jungfraujoch, with wonderful views on the glacier! You'll be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide during most of this tour.
This short guided holiday includes a visit to Lucerne, Mount Titlis, Brienz, Interlaken, Bern and the Gruyères cheese factory. The tour starts in Zurich and ends in Geneva. You'll stay overnight in Interlaken.
A wonderful guided tour to the town of Lucerne, Mount Titlis and Mount Pilatus. You will stay the night on the top of the mountain! Transfers, breakfast and dinner are included. A perfect way to see Central Switzerland in a short time.
A luxury coach takes you to the base of Mt. Rigi, where you'll take the cableway and cogwheel train up. You'll spend the night on the mountain! The hotel with access to the mineral baths and spa is included, as well as breakfast, dinner, a boat ride and a guide during most of the trip.
You'll be visiting the Swiss Alps, Italy and Liechtenstein in just 4 days. Your guide takes you on an air-conditioned scenic coach tour to the Matterhorn, Lake Como, St. Moritz and Vaduz in Liechtenstein. The tour starts in Geneva and ends in Zurich.
Visit Lucerne, Bern, Geneva and Zermatt, ride the Mt. Titlis cableway, visit the Chillon Castle, and enjoy the scenic bus ride across the Nufenen Pass back to Zurich. Hotels, breakfast and professional guidance are included.
A lot is packed in just 6 days: Lucerne, Mt. Titlis, Interlaken, Bern, Gruyères, Geneva, Zermatt, Gornergrat (Matterhorn view), Lugano, St. Moritz, Liechtenstein and even a bit of Italy. The scenic transfers will be done by air-conditioned coach and a professional guide will be at your disposal.
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