The perfect combination for Switzerland! Visit Zurich (stunningly beautiful with a charming old town with cobbled streets from the 12th-century Old Town); Travel between them by train. Interlaken is a small city sandwiched between two Alpine lakes. Its beautiful with a spectacular landscape and serves as a base to explore the amazing Jungfrau region.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 01 : Arrive Zurich To Interlaken
Arrive Zurich onward train to Interlaken to the hotel check in to hotel day free in the evening option to enjoy cruise overnight stay at hotel.
Day 02 : Sightseeing To Interlaken
Breakfast and proceed to excursion of Jungfraujoch(3 train change
)On the way back you can visit the trumbelback falls overnight stay at hotel .
Day 03 : Interlaken To Lucerne
Breakfast & checkout of hotel train to Lucerne check in to hotel enjoy optional dinner cruises .overnight stay at hotel .
Travel from Interlaken to Lucerne
Day 04 : Sightseeing To Lucerne
Breakfast and proceed for excursion to Mt Titlis or Pilatus overnight stay at hotel .
Immerse yourself in the glacial landscapes and eternal snow of Mt.Titlis in the Swiss Alps on this guided half-day coach tour from Lucerne, including return coach transfers. ...
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Day 05 Lucerne To Paris
Breakfast and proceed to train station train to basel , arrive basel onward train to paris ,arrive paris check in to hotel overnight stay at hotel .
Travel from Lucerne to Paris
Train to Zurich, fly to Paris CDG
Day 06 : Paris
Breakfast and proceed for city tour of paris , Paris is certainly the most romantic and for many, the most beautiful city in the world. Steeped in history and packed full of world famous landmarks, this is by far the best way to see the capital. You will enjoy great views from the open top deck hop on hop off bus as you please and see Paris in your own time, at your own pace. This tour offers you flexibility on 4 different routes and it is valid for one day. The Paris Grand Tour takes you to all the main sights, while the other 3 routes concentrate on particular areas (Montparnasse/St Germain tour, Montmartre/Grands Bouleverds tour and