With its four official languages, majestic snow-capped mountains, scenic railways, small villages, picturesque alpine lakes, delicious cuisine, and historical monuments, Switzerland is a magical country sure to delight. Feel inspired by the breathtaking scenery—impressive peaks, thundering waterfalls, mountain lakes, tiny villages, and glacial ice fields—as you ride the world-famous Glacier Express train connecting St. Moritz and Zermatt. Board a mountain train to car-free Zermatt at the foot of the famous Matterhorn, and enjoy the must-see sights in Switzerland's cities, including Lucerne's Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument.
The perfect romantic destination that needs no introduction, Switzerland, home to famous towns of Zurich, Basel & Lucerne has something for everyone. The capital, Bern with its cobbled streets and medieval architecture is perhaps the most immediately charming Swiss city. Geneva, a swiss city with a french flair and clear-water lakes, is a popular hotspot. And if you’re looking for a shorter vacation, head to St. Mortiz, synonymous with glamour, decadence and luxury.
Fall in love with Switzerland while exploring fine cities nestled amid the Alps, surrounded by lakes and mountains and embellished with glaciers. Cruise Lake Zürich or Lake Geneva, take Europe's highest aerial cable car up the Little Matterhorn, ski back to the car-free village of Zermatt on one of the longest ski runs in Europe. Head to the small resort-town of Engelberg, where the world's first revolving cable car ascends Mount Titlis, the highest lookout-point in central Switzerland. Ride on-board the Glacier Express or Bernina Express trains and get ready to be blown away!
Gastronomy & Shopping
The great speciality is fondue, a delicious concoction of Gruyère and Vacherin cheese. A great variety of the world-famous Swiss chocolates and wines are available throughout the country. Pick a Rado or Tissot for that someone special or just stroll Bahnhofstrasse to admire renouned designers like Gucci & Prada. Shop the world-best chocolates and pick up cow-bells as souvenirs.