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according to budget
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Switzerland Sightseeing, multiple towns, prefer to stay each town for 2 nights. Trains package
Zurich → Zurich
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Day 1: Arrival Zurich on 20th of December 2022
We will organize a private transfer from Zurich Airport to your hotel, located in the heart of the city - perfect for your day of arrival to walk around, stretch out your legs after your flight and get an impression of Switzerland's biggest city.
The famous Bahnhofstrasse, the old town and numerous museums are within walking distance. We specifically recommend visiting the Swiss National Museum Zurich, showcasing the history of Switzerland from ist beginnings up to the present day, giving an insight into the Swiss identity and the rich tapestry of the country’s history and culture.
Day 2: Day Excursion to Lindt Chocolate world & St. Gallen
Head to St. Gallen to discover the UNESCO world heritage Abbey district of St. Gallen. Its magnificent Baroque cathedral forms a unique historical ensemble. The Abbey Library - with Switzerland's most beautiful hall and ancient books will fascinate you.
But let's start this tour Swiss-like: A tour of the Lindt Home of Chocolate (20 mins from Zurich) covers every aspect of this Swiss cultural asset chocolate, including a chocolate fountain over 9m tall and the biggest Lindt Chocolate Shop in the world, spread over 500m2.
Day 3: Zurich → St. Moritz
For hands-free traveling on this day, we'll organize a Luggage Express service (drop off your luggage at the reception in the morning and get it delivered on the same day between 6 and 11 pm at your new hotel).
Before arriving in the Engadin valley you have to stop in Landquart: If you would like to do some shopping or equip yourselves for your next days in the mountains, you might want to check out the Landquart fashion outlet.
As the next stop on your journey, you could also explore Chur. With a settlement history of over 5000 years, Chur is the oldest city in Switzerland and the picturesque old town is considered one of the most fully preserved in the country. Especially worth seeing are the episcopal palace, the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, and the superbly preserved buildings in the old town.
Day 4: St. Moritz
The Engadin Valley is a true nature and outdoor paradise. St. Moritz was not without reason the birthplace of winter tourism and hosted the Winter Olympics twice. Despite its cosmopolitan atmosphere, it is the culture and tradition of this luxurious Alpine resort that has made it what it is today.
On the highest railway across the Alps, the Bernina Express climbs up to the glistening glaciers before descending to the palms of Italy far below. This rail link between Northern and Southern Europe builds bridges between regions with different languages and cultures. Get to Tirano, enjoy some Italian food and wine before taking back the Bernina Express to St. Moritz.
Day 5: St. Moritz → Zermatt
Today we will add another highlight to your travel memories: The famous Glacier Express train ride. Over its entire length, the Glacier Express leads over 291 bridges and through 91 tunnels over the Swiss Alps.
On your trip from St Moritz, the train winds its way through remote valleys, past sheer rock faces, idyllic mountain villages, over the Landwasser Viaduct, and through the Rhine Gorge, the Grand Canyon of Switzerland.
Enjoy a wonderful day passing through the alps incl. a 4-course on-board menu.
Day 6: Zermatt
You will have the chance to discover Zermatt on the foot of Switzerland's natural landmark. Take up the cable car to the Glacier Paradise, Europe's highest cable car station (3883 meters). One of the highlights is certainly the platform with a view over 38 four-thousand-meter peaks and 14 glaciers of the Swiss, Italian and French Alps.
Day 7: Zermatt
Surrounded by no fewer than 29 peaks above 4,000 meters, such as the majestic Matterhorn and the Dufourspitze as well as the third-longest glacier of the Alps, Gornergrat rewards visitors with unparalleled views.
Day 8: Zermatt → Montreux
Continuing your train ride along the Valais (Valley) the language will change from German to French. Arriving at the Montreux Riviera you can enjoy the rest of the day on the shores of Lake Geneva. A visit to the medieval Chillon Castle is always worth it.
Day 9: Montreux to Grindelwald
Today another magnificent train ride is awaiting you - the Golden Pass. Personally, this is my favorite train line, even though it is short compared to the Glacier Express. Making its way up the steep mountain ridge you shouldn't miss a single moment! These tracks are also the only way crossing the nature parc of Gruyère - cars have to make a detour for hours to experience what you can do, stressless in one of the baroque wagons of the Golden Pass.
Day 10: Grindelwald
This day is reserved to explore the Jungfraujoch: Icy air sweeps over your face, snow crunches underfoot, and the panorama almost takes your breath away: on one side the view of the Swiss Mittelland towards the Vosges, on the other the Aletsch Glacier, lined with four thousand meter peaks. Standing on the Jungfraujoch 3,454 meters above sea level, you can feel it with your first step: this is a different world. It's one you have to experience.
Day 11: Grindelwald → Lucerne
Sitting on the foot of the mountain Pilatus, Lucerne is often voted as one of the prettiest cities in the world, featuring a colorful old town and 14th-century city walls, as well as covered bridges including the iconic Kapellbrücke with its 17th-century art.
Stroll around before you we will invite you on a boat cruise on Lake Lucerne. Those who are interested in the history of Switzerland might want to hop off and visit the meadow where the legendary oath of Rüttli was taken and therefore a confederation of the first three cantons was formed.
You might also want to take the oldest cogwheel train in Switzerland up Mount Rigi (included in your travel pass), departing right next to your hotel, and enjoy one of the many hikes up there.
Day 12: Lucerne:
Today is reserved to visit the house mountain Pilatus. Commissioned in 1889, a gradient of up to 48 percent, and about 30 minutes travel time: that is the steepest cogwheel railway in the world in figures. Meter by meter it scales the way from Alpnachstad to Pilatus Kulm, passing alpine meadows and striking rock formations.
Day 13: Lucerne → Zurich Airport
The airport is very well connected from Lucerne which will allow you to maybe get some souvenirs or just enjoy a hot coffee on the shores of the Lake.
We are confident that this itinerary will provide some exclusive memories for you and your family until it is time to say: "Ade, Au revoir, ciao and hope to CYou again in Switzerland"
Price Quote & Inclusions:
Hotel Schweizerhof ****
Superior Double Room
Hotel Steffani ****
Double Room Standard
Panorama double room
Deluxe Room, Lake view, Balcony
Luxury Room with Eiger View
* breakfast included
** all hotels upon availability
Entry St. Gallen Abbey
Entry Lindt Chocolate World
Train Gorner Grat
Gondola Matterhorn Paradise
Entry Chateau Chillon
Boat cruise Lake Lucerne
Gondola Mt. Pilatus
Rental car - Premium all-around carefree protection
• Fully comprehensive insurance with refund of the excess.
• Refund in the event of damage to the glass, roof, tyres and underbody, including sump and clutch.
• Refund of towing costs.
• Refund of costs for loss of/damage to vehicle keys and documents.
• Vehicle theft protection with refund of the excess.
• Reimbursement of damage and theft of car radio and navigation system (mobile or built-in) in connection with burglary damage.
• Refund of accident processing charge.
• Customary liability coverage.
• Additional liability insurance in the amount of EUR 7.5 million.
• Accident Insurance (PAI) with a coverage of 20.000 EUR for each passenger of the rental car in case of invalidity only
• All local taxes.
• Airport fees.
Swiss Travel Pass 2nd Class (for the entire length of your stay)
- Unlimited travel by train, bus and boat
- Free admission to more than 500 museums
Glacier Express 2nd Class (incl. 4-course-menu)
Bernina Express Reservation
Golden Pass Express Reservation (incl. Aperitiv plate & drink)
Airport Shuttle Zurich Airport → Zurich
24h emergency number for last-minute requests or any problems arising
Switzerland Guide Book
CHF 4 490 per Person
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