• See the Swiss Alps in style
• Embark on a scenic journey to Bern
• Discover Yvoire and Gruyeres
• Visit Chillon Castle and Cailler Chocolate Factory
• Special boat trip to Yvoire in France
• Panoramic views of the Alps at Grindelwald-First
• Zurich Airport pick-up included
Top attractions in Zürich
The Grossmünster, in Zürich, Switzerland, is a Protestant church built in Romanesque style. It is one of the town's four main churches.
Founded by King Louis the German in 9th century, Fraumünster Church was originally a convent, inhabited by the female members of Europe's aristocracy.
The Swiss National Museum is one of the most important art museums in the world's cultural history. The museum was born out of the desire to create a national museum...
More travel info about Zürich and Switzerland
Zurich has only 400,000 inhabitants, but it is the largest city in Switzerland. The size doesn’t matter in this case as Zurich is a global financial center and banking hub....
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Top hotels in Zürich
With a stay at Widder Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Zurich, just a 4-minute walk from Fraumuenster and 5 minutes by foot from Bahnhofstrasse. This 5-star hotel is 0.5...
Since it was built in 1844, the Baur au Lac has been modernized at regular intervals to stay ahead of the demands of the international clientele. The Restaurant Pavillon (1...
The 5-star Alden Suite Hotel Splügenschloss Zurich offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or holiday in Zurich. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the property's facilities and...
With a stay at Savoy Hotel Baur en Ville in Zurich (Old Town), you'll be steps from Bahnhofstrasse and Fraumuenster. This 5-star hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Kunsthaus...
With a stay at Atlantis by Giardino in Zurich (Wiedikon), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Letzigrund Stadium and Helvetia Square. This 5-star hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km)...
With a stay at Storchen Zurich, you'll be centrally located in Zurich, steps from Fraumuenster and 4 minutes by foot from Bahnhofstrasse. This 5-star hotel is 0.5 mi (0.7 km)...
Cheap flights calendar for Zürich
Welcome! Welcome to Zurich! A driver will be waiting to transfer you to the hotel upon entering the arrivals hall at Zurich Airport (ZRH). At the hotel, our guide will be ready and will provide an overview of the trip.
Enjoy an evening in the historic center next to beautiful Lake Zurich, where there are plenty of restaurants (own expense) to choose from.
We’re heading for Bern, Switzerland ‘s capital and one of the nation’s most beautiful and historic cities. For a picture-perfect view of the city, we’ll go to the Garden of Roses. Free time for lunch and walking (own fee). We’ll leave for French-speaking Switzerland in the afternoon, stopping in Fribourg. Then we’ll drive to Nyon, a Roman-origin lakeside town. We’ll take a boat from here across Lake Leman to Yvoire, a lovely medieval village. The evening accommodation is in Geneva.
There will be a panoramic tour of Geneva with a local guide after breakfast. Then we will travel to Montreaux to visit Chillon Castle (admission included), built on the waters of Lake Geneva. We’ll also visit the chocolate factory at Cailler, taste included! Continue along small roads through picturesque wooden villages among bucolic mountain landscapes. The evening accommodation is in Gstaad.
We’ll travel around the Interlaken Lakes from Gstaad, arriving at Grindelwald. Before taking the cable car up to Grindelwald-First, you will have time for a coffee. Lunch (vegetarian option available) is included. We’ll proceed to Meiringen and the spectacular Aare Gorge after that (admission included).
We will then reach the area of Switzerland, where Italian is the official language. The evening accommodation is situated in Chiasso, a Swiss city on the Italian border.
We’ll be visiting Lugano on Day 5, the cosmopolitan capital of Italian Switzerland with its lovely lake. Exploring Lugano’s spare time. We’ll stop in Burglen, the tiny village where William Tell was born, by crossing St. Gotthard Pass. You’ll see a chapel from the 16th century with paintings depicting his life. You can also visit the William Tell museum at your own expense, if you like. We may also find remnants of William Tell’s legacy in the nearby city of Altdorf. To Lucerne, proceed. Free time for exploring this beautiful lakeside city. Departure to Zurich, and arrival at the end of the day. The closure of our programs.