You can choose one of the six Switzerland tours.

Duration of every Switzerland travel — 6 days.

Six exciting Switzerland trip itineraries.

Season from May to October 2019

Inte­re­sted? Ple­ase con­tact us via the con­tact form or direct info@swisstrips.net

Train of Rhaetian Railway, Bernina Express, in the area of Bernina Massif and Glacier Morteratsch.

Switzerland – from north to south, between Rhine and Adda

Zürich – Rhe­in­fall – Luzern – Engel­berg – Titlis – Grim­sel Pass – Zermatt – Sim­plon Pass – Locar­no – Luga­no – Chur – Tira­no – Ber­ni­na Pass – St. Moritz

– Pano­ra­mic tra­in ride on the Ber­ni­na Express
– Boat trip on Lake Luzern
– The ste­epest funi­cu­lar rail­way in Euro­pe
– The big­gest water­fall in Euro­pe
– The highest suspen­sion brid­ge in Euro­pe
– The most beau­ti­ful moun­ta­in in Swit­zer­land – Mat­tern­horn
– Alpi­ne che­ese fac­to­ry visit
– Birds of prey show
– Ride along Alpi­ne ser­pen­ti­nes
– Small and frien­dly gro­ups

A cross-coun­try jour­ney full of diver­si­ty and charm of Swit­zer­land.

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Code: 0801

Dates: May — Sep­tem­ber

Pri­ce per adult: CHF 1106 + ca. CHF 558 for tic­kets

Helicopter in flight, Matterhorn mountain in the background.

Switzerland – from the underground to the sky

Zürich – Baar – Luzern – Vit­znau – Pila­tus – Moléson – Gruy­ère – Broc – Mon­treux – Aigle – Sion – Zermatt – Leuk – Leu­ker­bad – St. Moritz

– Heli­cop­ter fli­ght – Mat­tern­horn and Gran­de Dixen­ce
– Pano­ra­mic tra­in ride on the Gla­cier Express
– Boat trip on Lake Luzern
– The ste­epest cogwhe­el rail­way in the world
– The big­gest Alpi­ne ther­mal spa
– Che­ese and cho­co­la­te manu­fac­tu­ring pre­sen­ta­tion
– Caves of cen­tral Swit­zer­land
– Wine­ma­king museum
– Under­gro­und mili­ta­ry for­tress
– Small and frien­dly gro­ups

Exc­lu­si­ve views of Swit­zer­land from the air, land, water and under­gro­und.

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Code: 0701

Dates: May — Sep­tem­ber

Pri­ce per adult: CHF 1586 + ca. CHF 360 for tic­kets

Trekking route to Meglisalp, Appenzell.

Switzerland – friendly and with hikes, from palms to glaciers

Baar – Lake Lucer­ne – Locar­no – Lake Mag­gio­re – Con­tra Dam (Verza­sca Dam) – Ber­ne­se Obe­rland – Saas-Fee – Mon­treux – Lake Gene­va – Susten Pass and Grim­sel Pass

– hikes on moun­ta­in routes

– ride along alpi­ne ser­pen­ti­nes

– caves of cen­tral Swit­zer­land

– birds of prey show

– the ste­epest rail­way in Euro­pe

– enco­un­ter with mar­mots

A per­fect com­bi­na­tion of round tour with acti­ve leisu­re in the Alps.

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Code: 0301

Dates: July — Sep­tem­ber

Pri­ce per adult: CHF 950 + ca. CHF 130 for tic­kets

Matterhorn, Zermatt.

Switzerland – in a classic and friendly way

Rhi­ne Falls – Schaf­fhau­sen – Lau­ter­brun­nen – Jung­frau­joch – Gruy­ères – Mon­treux – Lake Gene­va – Zermatt – Nufe­nen Pass – Bel­lin­zo­na – Locar­no – Lake Mag­gio­re

– the big­gest Euro­pe­an water­fall

– Mat­ter­horn – the most beau­ti­ful moun­ta­in in Swit­zer­land

– H. R. Giger Museum

– the highest rail­way in Euro­pe

– ride along alpi­ne ser­pen­ti­nes

– che­ese and cho­co­la­te fac­to­ries

A clas­sic iti­ne­ra­ry with the most popu­lar Swiss tourist attrac­tions.

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Code: 0401

Dates: May — Sep­tem­ber

Pri­ce per adult: CHF 975 + ca. CHF 362 for tic­kets

Restaurant Le Chalet, Gruy?res

Switzerland of cuisine and wine

Zurich – Gruy­ères – Mon­treux – Lake Gene­va – Aigle – Sier­re – Leuk – Gior­ni­co – Luga­no – Chur – Lake Con­stan­ce

– a jour­ney thro­ugh all culi­na­ry regions of the coun­try

– helve­tic wine­ry, bre­we­ry and distil­la­tion indu­stries

– che­ese and cho­co­la­te fac­to­ries

– Swiss Wine Fair in Vala­is

– the oldest town in Swit­zer­land

– the big­gest under­gro­und lake in Euro­pe

– ride along alpi­ne ser­pen­ti­nes

A uni­que, one-of-a-kind cuisi­ne and wine jour­ney thro­ugh Helve­tia land

See a full descrip­tion of the tour 0501 – inc­lu­ding Swiss Wine Fair / 0502 – wine tour and degu­sta­tion

Dates: Code 0501:

August / Sep­tem­ber

Code 0502: 

May — Sep­tem­ber

Pri­ce per adult:

0501: CHF 990 + ca. CHF 136  for tic­kets

0502: 985 CHF + ca. CHF 146 for tic­kets

View from Soglio, Grisons.

Switzerland – golden Autumn in Grisons

Chur – Beve­rin Land­sca­pe Park – Splügen Pass – Chia­ven­na (Lom­bar­dy) – Soglio – Malo­ja Pass – St. Moritz – S-charl – Swiss Natio­nal Park – Flüe­la Pass – Maien­feld

– the oldest town in Swit­zer­land

– Swiss mili­ta­ry bun­kers

– Chest­nut Festi­val

– natu­ral alpi­ne cosme­tics

– cuisi­ne deli­ca­cies of Lom­bar­dy

– a walk in the oldest alpi­ne natu­re rese­rve

– wine indu­stry of Gri­sons and wine degu­sta­tion

– ride along alpi­ne ser­pen­ti­nes

A gol­den alpi­ne Autumn in the south-eastern Swit­zer­land.

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Code: 0601

Dates: Octo­ber

Pri­ce per adult: CHF  950 + ca. CHF 147  for tic­kets

Exc­lu­si­ve­ly small gro­ups — fami­lies with chil­dren, gro­ups of friends. Pri­ces from 1200 CHF. All tours start in Zurich. We do not sell fli­ght tic­kets and we do not orga­ni­se visas.

We com­bi­ne the advan­ta­ges of pac­ka­ge holi­days with frien­dly atmo­sphe­re of pri­va­te tours. Small gro­ups save your time. Your tour aro­und this fasci­na­ting alpi­ne land begins now!

Swit­zer­land tour / Swit­zer­land tra­vel / Swit­zer­land trip / Swit­zer­land guided tours / Swit­zer­land tra­vel pac­ka­ges