From the capital city of Switzerland- Berne to the timeless city of Bellinzona, and Geneva- the centre of arts and culture, there is much to see and experience in Switzerland. The country remains the banking capital of Europe, which can be seen in the wealthy city of Zurich. Zurich is charming, peaceful and elegant and simply one of the most favorite cities in entire Europe.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Zurich Airport To Interlaken
The perfect way to start your holiday arrive Zurich & connect to the train station from just below the airport & board the train that will take you to Interlaken. On arrival into Interlaken make your way to the Hotel & relax for the rest of the day. Enjoy the salubrious environs & walk along the long promenades.
The Hoheweg is Interlaken's main street which runs between Interlaken West and Interlaken Ost Railway Stations. On this street you will find many souvenir shops. Have a look ...
Hoheweg 37 3800 Interlaken
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Day 2: Interlaken – Jungfrau – Top Of Europe
Enjoy a delightful breakfast and board the famous Jungfrau train and travel to Kliene Scheidegg via Lauerbrunnen. Reach the beautiful Swiss snow peaks Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe which is the highest station of Europe. Get panoramic views over the borders of Switzerland on the Sphinx vantage terrace ? 3571 m. Tour on the history & construction of the Jungfrau Railway at the Alpine Sensation. See the impressive ice sculptures, 30 metres under the surface of glacier at the Ice Palace. Enjoy the fun Snow activities like the summer skiing & snowboarding, sledge & zip line & also have a unique shopping experience at Top of Europe. Dive into the fascinating world of chocolate. Visit the Lindt Swiss Chocolate Heaven at 3,454 metres above sea level offering selection of Lindt's finest chocolate. Enjoy a hot meal in one of the 5 restaurants there.You may also explore the range of international restaurants. Return back to Interlaken.
Wake up to breakfast this morning following which its time to head to the train station and board your train to the car free village of Zermatt. Upon arrival make your way to your hotel either on foot or using any of the battery operated cars zipping around town. Check in and the rest of the day is free for you to explore this unique little town. Overnight in Zermatt.
The must see peak here is undoubtedly the Matterhorn. This morning following breakfast, make your way to the Gonergrat train station and board Switzerland's oldest electrified cogwheel train to the Gonergrat. Here you can see other peaks surrounding you and crowned by the glorious view of the Matterhorn. Spend time at the summit where you could also have some hot coffee or tea and some lunch. Or going and experiencing the Glacier Paradise at Matterhorn - Europe's highest mountain excursion -12700 ft, a must!! It guarantees snow 365 days in Zermatt region & highest glacier palace in the world. Later in the afternoon its time to make your way back to the city. Overnight in Zermatt.
The Gornergratbahn, or Gornergrat Bahn (English: Gornergrat Railway) (GGB), is a nine-kilometre metre-gauge mountain rack railway, with Abt rack system. It leads from Zermatt...
Day 5: Zermatt - Glacier Express - St Moritz
ts time to sample one of the most scenic train journeys in Switzerland today as you check out of your hotel and make your way to the train station and board the Glacier Express taking you to St Moritz. This is a 7 hr comfortable journey taking you through some of the most spectacular scenery, 291 bridges and 91 tunnels! Upon arrival, make your way to the hotel and check in. The rest of the evening is free for you. Overnight in St Moritz.
Travel from Zermatt to St Moritz
Train via Zürich HB
Day 6: St Moritz
Wake up to a lazy breakfast this morning as the day is yours to spend as you like. St Moritz is a lovely city with its salubrious climes and breathtaking scenery. There are several walking trails and places where you can spend some quality time. You can visit the other parts of the Engadin area on your own at leisure which is a long valley in the Swiss Alps located in the canton of Graubünden in southeast Switzerland. It follows the route of the Inn River from its headwaters at Maloja Pass running northeast until the Inn flows into Austria one hundred kilometers downstream. The Engadin is protected by high mountains on all sides and is famous for its sunny climate, beautiful landscapes and outdoor activities. The lakes in the Engadin area are Lake Sils, Lake Silvaplana, Lake St Moritz and Lake Champfer. Overnight in St Moritz
Day 7: St Moritz - Rhine Falls - Zurich
Check out of hotel by 11am & proceed for Rhine falls, the most spectacular waterfall in Europe. The Rhine Falls (Rhinefalls) is the largest and most powerful waterfall in Europe, impressive for the mighty volume of water thundering over its broad breadth. Rainbow-colored mists rising from the forest and encircling the medieval castle, Schloss Laufen at the hill top create an enchanting atmosphere. In summer you can take a boat trip across the white-water of the cataracts to the Centre Rock, with a short climb up some stairs to the top for an exhilarating view of the rushing water. The Känzeli Lookout, with a protruding platform at the base of the falls, provides the most spectacular view.
Later board the train from Rhine Falls to Zurich. Check in at hotel. Spend the rest of the day on your own, exploring Zurich's cobbled streets, wandering through its museums, exploring its flea markets or walking away with free gifts from its chocolate factories. The quays, with their promenades, are made for walking, especially along the shores of the lake Zurich. Stroll at the Bahnhofstrasse the most beautiful shopping street in the world. Overnight in Zurich.