Switzerland is a home to plentiful lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Its cities contain medieval quarters, with landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Lucerne’s wooden chapel bridge. The country is also known for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and finance are key industries, and Swiss watches and chocolate are world renowned.
Switzerland, with its shimmering, turquoise waters and towering mountains, is a country that inspires awe and stirs the soul. From stunning Lake Lucerne, thought to be the inspiration for Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata,” to the Aletsch glacier, a remnant of the last Ice Age that slowly sculpted the Alps, the country’s natural wonders are, indeed, wonders. Superb sights are in every corner of the country.
At Lucerne, board the world’s steepest cogwheel railway to Pilatus Kulm for spectacular views of the Alps. Take a private boat ride on one of the country’s thousands of lakes and rivers. Stroll along the lakeshore with a private guide, stopping to breathe in the fresh, crystal-clear air. Apart from the magical sights, it has a rich history, is evident in the ancient ramparts and medieval Hofkirche in Lucerne and in Bern’s 5th-century gothic cathedral.
In Ticino, Switzerland’s Italian-speaking southern region, you see the well-preserved fortifications surrounding the town of Bellinoza, with its three magnificent castles. Many-many experience such as a visit to clockmaker in Bern, the country’s vibrant capital. Sneak a bon-bon on a visit to a chocolatier in Geneva. We can show you Switzerland in a unique way.
Zurich is Switzerland’s financial center with numerous international corporation’s headquarters and major banks. It also offers trendy boutiques, more than 50 museums and 100 art galleries including the famous Kunsthaus Museum of Art, opera houses and theaters, gourmet restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Zurich enjoys an amazing location nestled along scenic Lake Zurich. Augustinergasse is the city’s most beautiful, ancient narrow street with many colorfully painted buildings. Connected to it is the lively Bahnhofstrasse shopping street with 1.4 kilometers of designer boutiques, department stores, jewelry and watch shops and trendy cafés.
Lucerne is one of the oldest and most admired cities in Switzerland. Nestled on sublime lake Lucerne at the foot of the impressive alps, its beauty is absolutely unbeatable. You will find famous monuments in Lucerne’s cityscape, such as the world’s oldest wooden bridge – Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke) and the Water Tower across the Reusse River. Built in the 14th century, the bridge’s interior paintings tells a fascinating history of Switzerland; the Lion Monument in the Medieval town – a memorial for the mercenary soldiers from the French Revolution in 1792; the 500-year-old Musegg Wall which once served the city as a fortification with 30 towers, and the beautiful baroque Jesuit Church.
This unique yet typical Swiss mountain resort is gorgeously decorated with old-fashion brown chalets, rising alpine peaks, and crystal-clear blue skies. Bordering Switzerland and Italy, charming Zermatt, situated at the foot of the majestic Mt Matterhorn, has the purest quality of air in Switzerland – and certainly in the world – as from 1947, only electric cars have been allowed in the village. In the summer, Zermatt and its surroundings offer 400 km of beautiful hiking and walking trails. More adventurous activities include mountain biking and paragliding, which will leave you with unforgettable memories of Switzerland.
A City in the heard of Swiss Alps. Shimmering lake and remote mountains, excellent infrastructures including the Samedan Airport – one of the highest-altitude airports in the world, luxury hotels, gourmet restaurants and many designer boutiques provide a perfect playground for your winter or summer getaways. Treat yourself to a sublime chalet for private rental, where you will find ultimate comfort in the splendor of the Swiss Alps. In the winter, enjoy fantastic skiing in St Moritz on 350 km of superbly prepared slopes with modern infrastructures. St Moritz is home to the Polo World Cup on Snow – the world’s most prestigious winter polo tournament on snow. The St. Moritz CelerinaOlympic bob run is also world-renowned for the ice channel in Upper Engadin is the world’s oldest bob run, and also the world’s last remaining natural ice run.
Home to the European headquarters of the United Nations, the city of Geneva is regarded as the world’s Land of Refuge and as a cultural center second to none. It features world class shopping and is especially known for its prestigious watchmakers, top notch entertainment, culinary delights and trendy bars and clubs. There are more than 30 museums and art galleries within the city, capturing its rich history and the diverse cultures that define it. Among several noteworthy sites are the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. To travel back in time, visit the Old Town and its famous Saint Peter’s Cathedral, stroll the maze of cobblestone streets and discover Geneva’s secrets for yourself.
The historical Swiss Capital -The rivers of Europe were once the highways of trade, especially in the difficult-to-traverse mountain regions. This morning, take to the water for an exciting rafting trip on the Aare River, during which you float into Bern, capital of the Swiss Confederation. Enjoy time to explore this provincial-feeling capital on your own before dinner tonight at a local restaurant.
- Helicopter Tours – A true journey through Switzerland must include the charming mountain village, Zermatt, and its proud symbol of Switzerland – Mt Matterhorn, the world’s most photographed mountain. Get ready for a life-changing experience, a helicopter ride that skims so close to the mountain you’ll feel like you can reach out and touch the snow! Seize the opportunity and take some breathtaking photos.
- Food Lovers – A program with wine tasting in the middle of the beautiful Lavaux vineyards, Picnic lunch with spectacular view to the Matterhorn, Chocolate tasting and making with a local chocolatier, Romantic culinary cruise on Lake Lucerne and Cheese fondue cooking class in the traditional Emmental.
- Enhance your energy – Boost your energy by staying in Lausanne (surrounded by the wine region), Gstaad (Stay experience in in the traditional mountain village of Gstaad), staying in the lovely village of Vitznau on Lake Lucerne, Bad Ragaz (A health spa village).
- Let’s Get Active – Excursion to the traditional off the beaten path village, Stand up paddle adventure on Lake Lucerne, Fun adventure and scooter bike experience near Spectacular five lakes hike from Blauherd to Sunnegga, Gorge adventure with rappelling, flying foxes and more
- Loving the Swiss Alps –Horse drawn carriage in the picturesque Roseg valley, Glacier Express train ride through the alpine heartland, Exclusive VIP cable car with a glass of champagne, Glacier Palace experience on Klein Matterhorn, Candle light dinner on Mountain top and Swiss Picnic lunch on top of the fabulous Mount Pilatus
- Precious & Historical Swiss – Visit the Palais des Nations and the Patek Philippe museum, Walking tour through the medieval city of Berne, Walking tour including visit of the Landesmuseum in Zurich, Full day tour to the historical city of Lucerne and Excursion to the famous Rhine Falls and the IWC museum
- Self Drive experience – Walking tour through the best preserved baroque town & medieval city of Berne, Stay at the historical hotel Bella Tola in St. Luc, Drive through the wild & romantic Binn Valle, Stay in the authentic Schellenursli village Guarda