Day 1

Arrival at Lucerne. Transfer to Hotel. Later take an excursion to Mount Rigi. The Rigi is a mountain massif of the Alps, located in Central Switzerland. The whole massif is almost entirely surrounded by the water of three different water bodies: Lake Lucerne, Lake Zug, and Lake Lauer. You take a ferry from Lake Lucerne to Vitznau & from there take a funicular. Evening while coming back to Lucerne you can also visit Swiss transport museum.

Day 2

Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden and Bern. At 3,238 meters above sea level, it is the highest summit of the range north of the Susten Pass, between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland. To Visit Mount Titlis – take a train to Engelberg & walk to cable car station. Take a cable car ( gondola ) to the summit. En route back, you can take a visit to Stanserhorn from Engelberg. The Stanserhorn is a mountain in Switzerland, located in the canton of Nidwalden near the border with Obwalden, with the peak at 1,898 meters above sea level. Later train to Zurich for a night stay

Day 3

The Gotthard Panorama Express is an impressive train and boat journey across the Alps: half a day of great views between Lucerne in Central Switzerland and Lugano in the south. Locarno is an Italian-speaking resort city in southern Switzerland, on Lake Maggiore at the base of the Alps. It’s known for its sunny climate. Founded in the 12th century, the old town’s Castello Visconteo houses the Museo Civico, which showcases Roman antiquities. The 15th-century Santuario Della Madonna del Sasso, an art-filled pilgrimage site overlooking the city, can be reached by a funicular railway.

Day 4

Arrival at St Moritz. St. Moritz is a luxury alpine resort town in Switzerland’s Engadin valley. It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice. Piz Nair is a mountain of the Albula Alps in Switzerland, overlooking St. Moritz. The peak is easily accessible from the village with a funicular and a cable car. Lake St. Moritz is a lake at St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Day 5

Lake St. Moritz is a lake at St. Moritz, Switzerland. With a surface of 0.78 km², it is smaller than the main lakes of the Upper Engadin valley. Every January or early February, Polo matches are held on the lake.

Day 6

Morning checks out and transfers to train station for Glacier express scenic train. The Glacier Express is an express train connecting railway stations of the two major mountain resorts of Zermatt and St. Moritz via Andermatt in the central Swiss Alps. Arrive Zermatt. Zermatt, in southern Switzerland’s Valais canton, is a mountain resort renowned for skiing, climbing, and hiking. The town, at an elevation of around 1,600m, lies below the iconic, pyramid-shaped Matterhorn peak. Its main street, Bahnhofstrasse is lined with boutique shops, hotels and restaurants, and also has a lively après-ski scene. There are public outdoor rinks for ice-skating and curling

Day 7

The Klein Matterhorn is a peak of the Pennine Alps, overlooking Zermatt in the Swiss canton of Valais. At 3,883 meters above sea level, it is the highest place in Europe that can be reached by aerial tramway or gondola lift, as well as by any other means of transport from Zermatt. The Sunnegga Paradise is a ski area that forms part of the Zermatt ski resort, in Valais, Switzerland. The area relating to skiing is found on the Rothorn mountain, above the town of Zermatt.

Day 8

Take a train to Montreux. Montreux is a traditional resort town on Lake Geneva. Nestled between steep hills and the lakeside, it’s known for its mild microclimate and the Montreux Jazz Festival, held in July. The town’s promenade is lined with flowers, sculptures, Mediterranean trees, and grand Belle Époque buildings. Offshore is a medieval island castle, Château de Chillon, with ramparts, formal halls, and a chapel with 14th-century murals.
Visit Chillon Castle: Chillon Castle is an island castle located on Lake Geneva, south of Veytaux in the canton of Vaud. It is situated at the eastern end of the lake, on the narrow shore between Montreux and Villeneuve, which gives access to the Alpine valley of the Rhône.

Day 9

The Chocolate train runs between Montreux and the Cailler-Nestlé chocolate factory at Broc and is a real “must” – not only for the true “sweet tooth” but also for railway enthusiasts. Gruyères is a medieval town in the Fribourg canton of Switzerland. It’s known for the production of cheese of the same name. The 13th-century Château de Gruyères is a hilltop fortress with a multimedia history show and ornate rooms. Inside the small St. Germain Castle, the H.R. Giger Museum shows artwork relating to the film “Alien.” The Tibet Museum displays Buddhist sculptures and ritual objects of the Himalayas.

Day 10

Interlaken is a traditional resort town in the mountainous Bernese Oberland region of central Switzerland. Built on a narrow stretch of valley, between the emerald-colored waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. Harder Kulm: The Harderkulm is a viewpoint at 1,321 meters in the Berner Oberland region of Switzerland, overlooking the towns of Interlaken and Unterseen

Day 11

Jungfraujoch is a saddle in the Bernese Alps, connecting the two four-thousander peaks Jungfrau and Mönch, From Interlaken Ost station to Lauterbrunnen or Grindelwald via the Bernese Oberland Railway. Change to the Wengernalp rack railway and go to Kleine Scheidegg. Ride the Jungfrau Railway directly from there to Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe. Journey time from Interlaken-Ost: 2 hours
The Schilthorn is a summit in Europe, in the Bernese Alps of Switzerland. It overlooks the valley of Lauterbrunnen in the Bernese Oberland
The Trümmelbach Falls in Switzerland is a series of ten glacier-fed waterfalls inside the mountain made accessible by a tunnel-funicular, built-in 1913, stairs, and illumination.

Day 12

Glacier 3000 is a company that operates several cable cars and ski lifts in the region of the Diablerets in western Switzerland. It was created in 2005 and took over the assets of the then bankrupt Glacier 3000 Région Les Diablerets-Gstaad S.A. The company is now based in Gstaad.

Day 13

Take a train to Zurich. Arrive & keep Baggage in the hotel. Later visit Rhine Falls. The Rhine Falls is the most powerful waterfall in Switzerland and Europe. The falls are located on the High Rhine on the border between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich, between the municipalities of Neuhausen am Rheinfall and Laufen-Uhwiesen/Sachsen, next to the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland.

Day 14

Transfers to Airport.


  • Return airfare
  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • Swiss pass for a 15 day


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: Switzerland
Capital City: Bern
Time Zone: +1 GMT & – 4.5 IST
Language: French, Italian, German, Romansh. English is the language of tourism
Religion: Christianity
Currency: Swiss Franc.
ROE: 1 CHF approximately makes 1 USD which is approximately 72 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: The Swiss climate is moderately continental in the plateau, Alpine in the mountains, and more temperate in the Canton of Ticino. … Late snowfalls and frosts are typical of the northern side of the Alps, which is exposed to cold currents from northern Europe
Shopping: Cuckoo Clock, Cheese Fondue Set, Swiss Chocolate, “Swiss Made” Watches, Heidi Books, Victorinox Swiss Army Knife, Music Boxes, Mondaine Railway Clock,
ISD Code: +41
Airport: There are seven airports in Switzerland. Zurich International Airport, Bern Airport, Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg International Airport. Lugano Airport , Genève Aéroport are major airports
Indian Restaurants:
Tamarind Hill -Schaffhauserstrasse 306, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
Malabar -Wallisellenstrasse 11, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland
Taj Palace -Rosenstrasse 7, 3800 Interlaken, Switzerland
GourmIndia – Baselstrasse 31, 6003 Luzern, Switzerland
Little India -Rue du Prieuré 20, 1202 Genève, Switzerland

General Information

Switzerland was originally called Helvetia
Switzerland produces the most chocolate in the world. The Swiss eat more chocolate compared to any other country.
Switzerland has more than 1,500 lakes. Switzerland’s highest point is the Dufour Peak at 15,199 feet in height.
Teaching in Switzerland is one of the uppermost paid professions.
Jean-Henri Dunant, a Swiss businessman and the founder of the International Committee of the Red Cross, received the very first Nobel Peace Prize in 1901.
Most of the world’s luxury watches are produced in Switzerland like Tissot, TAG Heuer, Rolex, and Patek Philippe.
Snowboarding, skiing, and mountaineering are popular sports in Switzerland.
Nescafe, the world’s first instant coffee was invented in Switzerland.
Tim Berners Lee invented the World Wide Web in Switzerland in 1989.
Switzerland’s Sonnenberg Tunnel is the largest nuclear shelter in the world.
Patek Philippe of Switzerland invented the wristwatch in Switzerland in 1868
In Switzerland, bank tellers are secured by bulletproof glass.
Switzerland has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.


Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Switzerland. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa. Visa is issued by the consulate of Switzerland located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required
Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa
Do respect traditional Swiss greeting with three kisses on the cheek, though a handshake is a norm on a first meeting.
Don’t come unprepared for the weather. Research the weather before you go and pack accordingly, when possible. Pack an umbrella and a light rain jacket.
Switzerland is expensive.
Tap water is safe for drinking
Swiss Rail pass is the best way to move to Switzerland. The country has an incredibly efficient rail network that can get you pretty much anywhere – even in the mountain towns
Don’t ask for your tax-free shopping check and get the VAT back if your purchase cost is at least CHF. 500. Switzerland is a shopper’s paradise with many things irresistible around.
Don’t call someone by their name until invited to do so. Use surnames and alternative titles.
Tips are not customary.
Don’t put your hands in your pockets when talking to people. Also do not chew gum, litter, or clean your nails in public places.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.