Highlights of Switzerland



Switzerland is a postcard on steroids - so beautiful that you’ll feel you have stumbled right into a big stack! The top cities in Switzerland are not just filled with exquisite lakes, lush forests, and snow-capped peaks but they are also a vibrant and diverse hub of art, culture, and food. Your Switzerland trip is considered incomplete without absorbing this unmissable fusion of breathtaking natural wonders and a plethora of architectural marvels. Each of the best places to visit in Switzerland encourages you to stroll around the city at your pleasure and explore the winding streets while shopping at countless swanky boutiques, pop in a museum or a gallery, or one of the typically quaint quays.


For an unforgettable Swiss family vacation, travel to the best places to visit in Switzerland - Lucerne, St. Moritz, Zermatt and Interlaken. Go on a cruise on Lake Lucerne, travel on the steepest cogwheel train of the world to visit Mount Pilatus - one of the most beautiful places in Switzerland, travel on the Glacier Express, visit the Matterhorn, Gornergrat and eventually, the top of Europe, Jungfraujoch with our week-long Highlights of Switzerland tour package!

  • On Day 1, you arrive at Zurich airport and then you head to Lucerne, a typical storybook town, and check out the many attractions here.
  • On Day 2, you go on a cruise on Lake Lucerne and later, visit the popular Mount Pilatus by the cogwheel train and witness stunning views.
  • On Day 3, you now move to your next destination, the holiday resort destination of St. Moritz.
  • On Day 4 and Day 5, you depart by the Glacier Express for Zermatt, which sits by the foothills of the Matterhorn Mountain. Also, check out the summit of Gornergrat.
  • On Day 6, you depart from Zermatt for the resort town of Interlaken.
  • On Day 7, you go on a trip to Jungfraujoch, the highest train station in Europe.
  • On Day 8, you leave Interlaken and you head to Zurich airport as your trip comes to a close.
  • The majestic Alps are waiting for you; are you ready?
Lucerne (2), St. Moritz (1), Zermatt (2), Interlaken (2)
Arrival (Zurich), Departure (Zurich)



Arrive in Switzerland

You arrive in Lucerne, one of Switzerland’s storybook towns. You spend the remainder of the day on your own and go about discovering the Old Town. The Old Town area is situated along the River Reuss, and tourists seem to visit here in droves since the year 1840 AD, all because of its attractions like the neatly maintained and preserved, Chapel Bridge and the Water Tower.

You stay overnight stay in Lucerne


Lucerne and Mount Pilatus

You take a cruise across the Lake Lucerne to Alpnachstad and then changeover and get on the steepest cogwheel train in the world up to Mount Pilatus. While on this you enjoy an unforgettable view from the gondolas and aerial cableway that carries you all the way to the summit of Mount Pilatus (2,132m). You watch over the surrounding mountains and lakes and enjoy a short lunch or hike to the summit.

You stay overnight stay in Lucerne.


Lucerne - St. Moritz

You board the train which will take you to the world-famous holiday resort of St. Moritz. Here you enjoy some magnificent scenery that Switzerland has to offer. The train will now move over the Oberalp Pass (2,033 m) and through the magnificent Rhine Gorge. After an awe-inspiring trip, you arrive in St. Moritz.

You stay overnight in St. Moritz.


St. Moritz to Zermatt (The Glacier Express)

Today, you travel to Zermatt on the famous Glacier Express. Zermatt is situated at the foothills of the Matterhorn. Tourists’ throng this place owing to its proximity to the Matterhorn Mountain. The place retains its old-world character and it is still a car-free spot.

You stay overnight in Zermatt.


Zermatt, Gornergrat and Matterhorn

During the ride to the summit of Gornergrat, don’t miss the views of the magnificent Matterhorn Mountain and just take some moments capturing the scenic beauty.

Gornergrat is situated about 3km east of Zermatt in the Swiss canton of Valais. It rests between the Gornergletscher and Findelgletscher glaciers and it offers unending, mesmerizing views of more than 24,000 metre peaks around here. A couple of highest peaks around here are the Dufourspitze (Monte Rosa massif), Matterhorn, Liskamm, Weisshorn, and Dom.

You stay overnight in Zermatt.



The resort town of Interlaken lies in the Bernese Oberland. The place neatly sits between two lakes, Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. It is also in the heart of the famous Mount Jungfrau and offers great views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau summits. You have the day free at leisure.

You stay overnight at the hotel in Interlaken.


Interlaken / Jungfraujoch

You embark on an excursion to the Jungfraujoch from Interlaken. This is the highest train station in Europe at 3454 m. The place feels every bit like a winter wonderland. As you arrive here, the cold, icy air streams blow across your face and you are captivated by the beautiful environs. On one side, it is the eye-catching views of the Mittelland all the way up to the Vosges. On the other side you have Europe’s largest glacier, the Aletsch glacier which is encased by tall peaks.

You stay overnight in Interlaken.



Your trip comes to a close and you leave from Interlaken to Zurich airport for your onward journey home.


What is included

  • 2 nights accommodation in Lucerne
  • 1 night accommodation in St. Moritz
  • 2 nights accommodation in Zermatt
  • 2 nights accommodation in Interlaken
  • Breakfast and city tax at all places
  • Excursion to Mount Pilatus, Gornergrat and Jungfraujoch (non-guided)
  • Seat reservation on the Glacier Express
  • Swiss Coupon Pass
  • Rail ticket 2nd class: border/airport
  • 50% reductions on selected transport services (mountain railways, trains, buses and boats)


What is excluded

  • Air Tickets, Visa, Insurance, Gratuities, GST


April to September is generally the most recommended period to visit Switzerland. Especially if you are planning a vacation with family and children, but Switzerland happens to have something to offer to everyone irrespective of what season you come to vacation there! Winter has its own allure because of winter sports like skiing, snow - boarding, ice skating. The universal festivities such as Christmas and New Year are something that is very grandly celebrated here and is a spectacle to see the Swiss streets lit up. However, the best time to plan a Switzerland trip is during summers from April end to September end to enjoy the marvellously scenic mountains that you will be vacationing amidst.