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If you have always wanted to go to the land of chocolate and cuckoo clocks, then fulfil your dream by booking one of the Switzerland tour packages with Thrillophilia. Enchant yourself with the ravishing landscapes and the Avant-garde culture of Switzerland on your trip with our detail-oriented itineraries. Through these, you will be able to cover several of the popular cities like Interlaken, Geneva, Bern, and more! Also, enjoy a plethora of attractions with your group of family and friends to get the best of Swiss experience.

You might be thinking that such an elaborate trip would definitely burn a hole in my pocket. But, the amazing deals and discounts that we offer will surely lure you to book some budget-friendly Switzerland packages! With a splendid galore of exciting experiences and iconic landmarks included in the many budget itineraries, this land of wonders never disappoints anyone!  The best thing is that our tour packages of Switzerland can easily be modified according to your preferences. Whether you want to go on a honeymoon, with your family, or want an offbeat vacation for yourself, we have solutions for all!

There are even some unique and popular activities that can be included in your Switzerland holiday package. These will definitely be suitable for different kinds of travellers in your group. You can include some adventures like skiing on the snow-capped Alps or wandering through the historic avenues of the country. The famous cheese factory tour can also be experienced through our Switzerland tours! Apart from this, there will definitely be some spare time for you to fill your bags with Swiss souvenirs. What are you waiting for then!? Hurry and visit this enticing location with us on your next holiday and get ready to fall in love with Switzerland!

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8 Days Stunning Switzerland Trip with Swiss Travel Pass 8D/7N ₹ 145000 4.0 star View Details
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23 January 2020
The Mount Titlis Day Tour with Cable Car was a delightful experience for me. I was traveling with my spouse. The views were gorgeous and something that I can never forget about, it was dramatically gorgeous. If you are visiting Switzerland then Mount Titlis cable car ride is a great way to spend some time in the arms of nature and enjoy a great time. I was also able to capture some really good photos of the cute little snow penguins.
10 February 2020
The fully rotating cable car experience topped with interacting with the snow penguins makes for a really fun time to enjoy. I recommend everyone should once visit the Mount Titlis and do the Cable Car ride. And I must say that the view from the cable car was amazing.
04 November 2019
It was great to spend such a great evening enjoying a ton of fun activities. I had a lot fun sledding and I must say that the fondue dinner was delicious. Fun and food, a great way to spend a night indeed.
10 December 2019
The dinner was on point, the activities were really fun and I along with my kids had a lot of fun exploring the night night sledding experience. If you are in interlaken you have to take one night out and enjoy this thrilling adventure with your family or your friends. The drinks served were also delicious.
19 September 2019
The best fun I had at night in Switzerland was with sulwald Sledding experience at Interlaken. The activities are really organized and the guide gives thorough instruction about the details of the night. I must say that these instructions can get really boring but the guide found a way to make it really fun. I and my partner I was able to get into the action really fast with Sledging which followed dinner. All in all, I must thank Thrillophilia for making our night adventurous.
24 October 2019
Chamonix Mont Blanc Day Tour was an amazing experience. We could visit a number of tourist attractions and sight the mesmerizing views of the white mountains. A delightful and fun filled tour indeed. Thanks to the team Thrillophilia and our guide for making it happen.
The overall service was satisfactory and very cost effective at the same time.
05 October 2019
The experience of being received at the Zurich Airport was very smooth. The car had arrived at the location on time and we had a very comfortable ride.
10 February 2020
The place is perfect for half a day trip. It takes around 5 hours to completely enjoy every part of the museum and it is the place worth visiting. Everything about the museum is great, I mean the first thought in my head when I heard the museum was boring but the Swiss Museum Of Transport is completely opposite. There are a ton of fun activities to do and cars to admire.
28 August 2019
We took a ton of pictures and explored a number of ancient and modern transportation vehicles. Overall, a fun place to visit.

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  1. What are the famous places to see in Switzerland?

    1. St. Moritz
    St. Moritz is one of the top mountain destinations to visit, not only in Switzerland but across the world. The natural beauty of the town lies in glistening lakes, rugged mountain peaks, alpine forests and plenty of sunshine for most part of the year.

    Coupled with that are palatial resorts and hotels which offer a gamut of exciting activities like biking, hiking, watersports in the summer, and skiing, skating, and bobsledding in the winter.

    The town is divided into two parts- St. Moritz Dorf which refers to the village lying on the upper level overlooking the lake, and the other one is St. Moritz Bad, which is the lower level of the town along the lake. The town is one of those few places that are a blend of French, Italian, German, Roman, and an array of cultures, all in one place.

    Engadin Valley, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

    2. Lake Lugano and Ticino
    While Ticino is a small town that lies on the Swiss-Italian border, Lake Lugano is a calm lake flowing through the town, and there are plenty of Switzerland Tour Packages that’ll let you enjoy the beauty of both!

    Ticino reeks of Italian heritage and culture in terms of its architecture, fine-dine food, piazzas, and the language that the locals speak. Tourists usually ride on the turquoise waters of Lake Lugano and explore the town by boat.

    You may also head to Monte San Salvatore which offers beautiful panoramic views of the town and the snow-capped mountains in the distance. Bright, delicious fruits and blossoming gardens grow well in the summers and during the winters the town is covered in a blanket of snow. This mesmerising scenery is what Ticino and Lugano are known for.

    Location: Lago di Lugano, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

    3. The Rhine Falls
    Located in Schaffhausen, the 150-metre long Rhine Falls are among the largest waterfalls in Central Europe and the most popular tourist attraction. The best time to visit here is in the summer months of June and July when the snow has melted into the falls and they gush down fiercely and spill along the 21-meter-high ledge of Jurassic limestone.

    You can either get to the viewing point across to admire the sight before you, or take a boat to witness the Rhine in its full glory!

    Location: Rheinfallquai, 8212 Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

    4. Swiss National Park
    The Swiss National Park is an unmissable sight! This century-old park is the oldest reserve nestled high up in the Alps. It lies on the border of Italy, which is best explored via Switzerland tours, in a group.

    With more than 170 square kms dotted with flora, rapidly flowing rivers, and limestone cliffs, the Swiss National Park makes for some breathtaking scenery. With more than 5000 species of animals, including rare ones like the chamois, marmot, ibex, and 100 species of birds, the park is a visual treat for nature lovers and animal enthusiasts.

    The location is especially frequented in winter when the mountains hide under a blanket of snow and the vivid flowers and trees shine through the white beauty!

    Location: 7530 Zernez, Switzerland
    Timings: Monday-Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm, Sunday Closed
    Price: Adults CHF 5.; Children CHF 3

    5. Oberhofen Castle
    On the shore of Lake Thun lies the magnificent Oberhofen Castle, surrounded by a lush 2.5-hectare park. This 13th-century castle has been passed down the ages and seen many owners who have frequently renovated the interiors.

    On visiting here you’ll notice an elaborate mix of architecture ranging from baroque style exteriors, Romanesque facades and Prussian-inspired libraries and rooms. There’s also a beautiful museum which houses depictions of the lives in the castle between the 16th to the 19th centuries, in various art forms.

    Location: Schloss 4, 3653 Oberhofen am Thunersee, Switzerland
    Timings: Mid May to Mid October 11 am to 5 pm
    Price: Adults CHF 10; Children (6 to 16) CHF2

    6. Swiss Grand Canyon

    We bet you’ve heard of the Grand Canyon being a magnificent sight, but the Swiss Grand Canyon is no less. A deep gorge surrounded by sprawling meadows and cliffs is what you can expect to see at the Swiss Grand Canyon.

    This natural location was created over 10,000 years ago when there was a massive rockslide in the Rhine Valley. It seeped through the rocks and gradually the gorge began filling up with water. Because of this, hikers, bird lovers, nature admirers and adventure enthusiasts, all love this destination!

    If you’re up for some adventure you can even raft through the rapids or go kayaking here between May to October. You can also find a range of Switzerland Tour Packages online that offer a great combination of sightseeing and adventure here.

    Location: 7104, Versam, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Adults CHF 24; Children (6 to 16) CHF12

    7. Jungfraujoch
    Your trip to Switzerland isn’t complete without a view from ‘The Top Of Europe’, more popularly known as the Jungfraujoch Mountains! Once you reach the Jungfraujoch train station, a short train journey takes you to the summit where you can admire the enchanting scenery all around.

    There’s also a scientific observatory and an observation terrace at 3500 feet, which make it easier to get a splendid view of the nature around. The Great Aletsch Glacier, Europe’s longest glacier, is located below these mountains and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which makes Jungfraujoch an absolute must-visit! Check out Switzerland packages that offer the best of all the mountains there are to visit across Switzerland.

    Location: 3823 Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Round Trip from Interlaken to Jungfraujoch
    - High Season (June, July, August) – CHF235
    - Low Season (November and early December) – CHF184
    - Rest of the Year – CHF210

    8. Creux du Van
    One of the rare but most spectacular sights you will come across is the Creux du Van. This natural rocky cirque came about with the incessant erosion of ice and water. Approximately 1400 metres wide, and 150 metres deep, it is often considered the amphitheatre of Switzerland, simply because it’s just that huge!

    At the bottom of the Creux du Van is a spring which spurts out water that’s 4°C throughout the year, no matter what the weather around. This is a great spot for hiking because reaching the centre of the arena is a 725-metre descent followed by making your way back up.

    Location: 2023 Gorgier, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

    9. Lugano
    One of the most-favoured tour packages of Switzerland is a trip to the town of Lugano. Located to the south of Switzerland in Ticino, Lugano is a picturesque town with an old-school vibe. The Old Town here is vehicle-free so pedestrians can explore freely on foot or by bike.

    The roads are lined with palm trees which add to the beauty of the town. There’s plenty to see here beginning with the top of San Salvatore, the churches of Ciona and Carona, the botanical garden of San Grato and the delightful Swissminiatur, which is a mini replica of the entire country of Switzerland!

    Don’t miss out on riding the Monte San Salvatore Funicular up to the mountains of Lugano!

    Location: Lugano, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

    10. Chapel Bridge
    A Switzerland holiday package will usually include a trip to the Chapel Bridge because this site is totally steeped in Swiss history. Locally called the Kappelbrucke, this 6-century old bridge is one that’s known all over the world for being made out of timber wood.

    It is also one of the photographed destinations in Switzerland’s Lucerne because it is here that you can witness a panoramic view of the city’s beauty with the gorgeous, snow-capped mountains in the background.

    Along with the Water Tower, it forms a landmark of the cityscape. The bridge is also famous for its exquisite paintings depicting scenarios of Swiss history, but in 1993 when the bridge caught fire, most of the paintings were up in flames and all that remained were the Water Tower and the bridgeheads. Today, out of the original 158 paintings, barely 30 remain.

    Location: Kapellbrücke, 6002 Luzern, Switzerland
    Timings: 24 hours
    Price: Free

  2. What are the best things to do in Switzerland?

    1. Go wine tasting
    Along with its neighbouring country, Italy, Switzerland offers some exotic wines too. These are best explored via Switzerland Tour Packages that pack in a punch, with multiple vineyard tours all in a day’s time.

    Sample a range of fine wines especially around the Lake Geneva area. There are plenty of open cellars and wineries overlooking a panoramic view of Switzerland where you can sip on delectable wines while enjoying the scenery around!

    Open tasting is usually conducted throughout the year and you can taste a range of wines at a minimal cost, amidst an informal setting.

    Location: Route du Lac 2, 1071 Rivaz, Switzerland
    Price: Around CHF 15
    Timings: Monday - Thursday 10:30 am to 8 pm; Friday-Sunday Closed

    2. Make Your Own Cheese at Le Gruyère
    Switzerland is often known for being cheese heaven, and indisputably that’s true, especially when you visit the town of Gruyères. Apart from indulging in the varieties of cheese here, you can actually attend a workshop on how to make it and try a hand at it yourself.

    Learn the process of shaping and ageing different types of cheeses and understand how it was made in traditional times versus how high-tech the machinery is today. You can also learn the process that goes into making rich cream and meringue, which Switzerland is famous for as well.

    Location: Pringy, Place de la Gare 3, 1663 Gruyères, Switzerland
    Price: CHF 7
    Timings: Daily 9am–6:30pm

    3. Indulge in Swiss chocolates
    You have got to be living under a rock if you haven’t heard that Swiss chocolates are the absolute best! While the artisanal chocolates across the country are exemplary, they are accompanied by high-end pricing.

    Fortunately, the globally popular Lindt Chocolate is manufactured here too, and sold at pocket-friendly prices. You can tour the factory and also visit plenty of stores to hoard your bag with slabs of chocolates in a plethora of flavours.

    Cailler, one of the world’s oldest chocolate factories can also be found in Broc, Switzerland. So if one doesn’t do the trick for you, book from a range of Switzerland tours that offer chocolate factory visits across the country.

    Location: Across Switzerland
    Price: CHF 10-20
    Timings: Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM; Sat-Sun 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

    4. Ride the Glacier Express
    If you’re looking at innovative ways to explore Switzerland while not travelling on foot, we’d reckon you take a ride on the Glacier Express. The 7-hour journey takes you through some of the most stunning mountain passes of Switzerland.

    The 170 miles long route begins from Zermatt and ends at the picturesque town of St. Moritz. It goes across 291 bridges and through 91 tunnels that add to the fun of this exciting experience.

    Some of the prominent spots you’ll find along your way are the Oberalp Pass, the highest point of the journey, and the six-arched Landwasser Viaduct over the Landwasser River. Equipped with modern dining cars, spacious seating, and huge windows to admire the scenery outside, the iconic red trains are truly one of the best ways to explore Switzerland.

    Location: Zermatt/St. Moritz
    Price: CHF43 in high summer, CHF23 in the low season and CHF33 for the rest of the year
    Timings: All Day

    5. Feel on top of the world at Harder Kulm
    At a height of about 400 feet between Lake Thun and the quaint village of Brienz, lies the Harder Kulm. It is known for its bird’s eye view of the snow-capped Jungfraujoch and the city of Interlaken sprawling for miles around.

    A short distance from Interlaken, Harder Kulm is home to a two-lake bridge and an art-nouveau style restaurant at the summit, which makes for some brilliant sightseeing!

    Location: Bernese Alps, Emmental Alps
    Price: Adults CHF 38; Children CHF 19
    Timings: Daily 9 am to 9 pm

    6. Be blown away by Schilthorn’s beauty
    Atop Piz Gloria lies the Schilthorn which offers an out-of-the-world 360° view of more than 200 mountain peaks that Switzerland is home to. These include the Eager, Monch and the Jungfrau, which are the most prominent destinations of Switzerland.

    If this is your first time in the mountains and you have felt some uncertainty towards it, we’d recommend travelling in a group or choosing from Switzerland Tour Packages, that’ll make getting around a breeze.

    You can choose to admire nature’s gift at the observation deck, or visit the revolving restaurant to enjoy a bite or two. The best part about visiting this peak is the cable car ride that begins from Murren and drops you off to the top. Cable car rides are great fun while you feel like the city is at your feet as you ascend higher!

    Location: Bernese Oberland, Switzerland
    Price: CHF 5
    Timings: 7:30 am to 4 pm

    7. Visit Museums
    Book one of the tour packages of Switzerland if you want to explore the best of museums, because Switzerland is home to more than 900 historic museums and each one is finer than the other! Boasting of Swiss culture, the deeply rooted history, the fine architecture travels from Neoclassical times and baroque styles to modern French and Italian designs.

    There are so many to pick from ranging from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum in Geneva, the Ballenberg Museum in Interlaken, the Olympic Museum in Lausanne or the Fine Arts Museum in Base. In fact, if you’re a lover of history and the fine arts, Basel is one of the best places to explore the various museums that the city offers.

    Location: Across Switzerland
    Timings: Usually 10 am to 6 pm

    8. Walk along the lakeside promenade
    There’s nothing better than taking a walk along the Lakeside Promenade in Zurich, Switzerland. Not only is it a pocket-friendly activity but the attractions and ethereal natural beauty of Zurich is simply a sight that you cannot miss.

    Amidst the lush greenery that dots the streets, you’ll spot locals and tourists cycling, skating, enjoying a picnic by the lake, or simply admiring the peaceful waters as you stroll by.

    You’ll also spot plenty of artists sketching scenarios of Switzerland or making portraits and caricatures of tourists. Stop by at the many stalls that sell accessories and don’t miss out on some chilled ice creams and sorbet, no matter what the weather!

    Location: Mythenquai 301, 8038 Zürich, Switzerland
    Price: Free
    Timings: 24 Hours

    9. Go Sky Dining (You read that right)

    When it’s about indulging in Switzerland’s delectable flavours, the sky is literally the limit! Zurich, a famed city of Switzerland, gives you the opportunity to dine at plenty of exclusive rooftop places.

    These are posh, serve some delicious food, and make for a dream dining spot with spectacular city views from the rooftop. A dinner at one of these plush restaurants is especially a delight because you feel like you can almost touch the stars in Zurich’s clear night sky!

    Location: Across Switzerland
    Price: Approximately CHF 95
    Timings: 7 pm onwards

    10. Try Paddle Boarding
    Amongst the most favourite Switzerland Tour Packages are the ones that offer a thrilling experience of the water sports that this country has to offer. While everyone is boating or kayaking along the calm Lake Geneva, try your hand at something different, like paddle boarding.

    All you have to do is stand upright on a long surfboard and paddle along to reach from one end to another without losing balance. It’s a great activity to test your footing and concentration too, as you’ve got to see how long you can stay afloat.

    If you’re looking for exciting ways to get from one end of the lake to another, we’d definitely recommend this out-of-the-box technique!

    Location: Across Switzerland

  3. What is the best time to visit Switzerland?

    Switzerland is a destination that has something to offer all year round.

    The high season is from mid-June to September and December to February because these are great times to go hiking and indulge in snow sports, respectively. Fares and accommodation are higher at this time but the experiences are supposed to be the best.

    Between April and mid-June is the shoulder season when Switzerland experiences spring. The city isn’t too crowded this time of the year making Switzerland packages relatively cheaper and also giving a great opportunity to indulge in hiking and water sports.

    The lowest and cheapest season to visit Switzerland is from October to December. These aren’t great timing for hiking or snow sports which is why not many tourists visit. But if you’re looking for a budget-friendly trip where you can enjoy a good amount of sightseeing and relax amidst the mountains and lakes, then this season is perfect!

  4. How to reach Switzerland?

    All major cities of Switzerland and well-connected to the rest of the world by air. There are 7 international airports and some of the busiest airports here are in Zurich, Geneva and Basel. If you’re travelling internationally, you can fly into any one of the seven airports. If you are travelling from Germany or France, you can consider a road or rail journey as well.

  5. How much time does it take to get a visa to Switzerland?

    If you are a foreign national who wants to visit Switzerland for a short holiday, you will need a visa. This takes approximately three weeks to be processed and sent back to you. If you book your holiday via Switzerland tours, your travel agent usually manages the visa applications.

  6. What is the cost for a tourist visa in Switzerland?

    If you are applying from India, The visa fees for adults is Rs. 4500 (excluding service fee). For children between 6-12 years of age, the visa fee to Switzerland is Rs. 2700 (excluding service fee).

  7. Is Schengen visa valid for Switzerland?

    Yes, you need a Schengen ‘Type C’ visa if you want to visit Switzerland for a short holiday. This allows you to stay in the country for up to 90 days during a 180-day period. You can pick between Single or Multiple Entry, based on your travel plans. If you book your holiday via any of the Switzerland Tour Packages available, your agent will take care of your visa applications.

  8. Do Indians passports need a visa for Switzerland?

    Yes, if you are an Indian travelling to Switzerland, you will need a Schengen ‘Type C’ Visa to visit the country on a holiday. If you need a Long Stay visa, you must apply for the National Visa which takes longer to process.

  9. How much bank balance is required for a Schengen visa?

    It is advisable to have a minimum balance of INR 1.5 lakhs for a 10-day trip. For a longer duration, a higher amount of up to INR 2-3 lakhs is expected. Maintain this balance for at least 3 months before you submit the application because your three-month bank statement might also be checked before approving your visa.

  10. How much does it cost to tour Switzerland?

    If you take into consideration all your meals, accommodations at 3-star hotels, sightseeing tours and airfare, the trip should cost you around INR 2 lakhs per person. But the best option is definitely to book from the many Switzerland Tour Packages available so that all expenses are taken care of and you enjoy a stress-free holiday.

  11. What's the currency of Switzerland?

    The currency of Switzerland is Francs, which when converted to INR is approximately Rs. 74.

  12. What is the cost of a Switzerland honeymoon package?

    A 7-night honeymoon package to Switzerland will cost you approximately INR 1,20,000 per person.

  13. How do I plan a budget for Switzerland?

    The wisest thing to do is to pre-book all your flights, train tickets, and accommodation. That way you only need to account for sightseeing and food. You can also choose to book all your sightseeing tours before getting to the destination. If you’re a spontaneous traveller, keep aside at least 200 francs per day to manage all your expenses. You can alternatively book a Switzerland holiday package within your budget and travel at ease.

  14. Which are the cheapest cities in Switzerland?

    The five cheapest cities in Switzerland are Uri, Glarus, Appenzell Innerrhoden, Obwalden, Thurgau.

  15. How can I travel to Switzerland on a budget?

    Here are a few tips to get around Switzerland on a budget:

    Stay in the cheaper cities and travel to the more expensive ones only for sightseeing, that way you cut down on high accommodation costs.

    Spend more time in one or two locations to reduce travel expenses.

    If you’re a solo traveller or are travelling with friends, find hostels to stay at.

    Shop for food and souvenirs from grocery stores

    Drink tap water or soda, which is cheaper than bottled water.

    Visit free tourist attractions

    Pre-purchase a sightseeing and travel card which offers much more to see at a much lower cost.

    Book a Switzerland holiday package that suits your budget, and everything will be taken care of.

  16. How many days are enough in Switzerland?

    Ideally, a week to ten days are great for a trip to Switzerland. Based on all that you want to see, you can extend your trip further.

  17. What languages are spoken in Switzerland?

    Switzerland has four national languages, namely German, French, Italian, and Romansh. The first three are widely spoken and have equal weightage, while the use of Romansh is limited. If you aren’t familiar with any, you can always choose from the many Switzerland tours, so that you have a tour guide to accompany you.

  18. What are the best ways to commute around Switzerland?

    1. Public Transport:
    If you want to get around the cities of Switzerland, the best way to travel is by public transport. These include trams, buses, funiculars and trains. The local trains in Switzerland are some of the best.

    2. Outstation Buses:
    If you want to travel from city to city, you can opt for a Flixbus that offers plenty of routes. If you plan a group tour and book Switzerland packages, transport is part of the package.

  19. What can you see in Switzerland in 3 days?

    Packing in the beauty of Switzerland in just 3 days can be difficult, but plenty of Switzerland Tour Packages offer you great options even in that short span. If you’re travelling on your own, here are some must-see spots - The Matterhorn, Lake Geneva, Mount Jungfraujoch, St Moritz, Grindelwald, Gruyeres, Lugano, and Interlaken. We’d recommend staying in one city and then travelling from site to site.

  20. How is Switzerland's weather?

    In the mountainous region of the Alps, anything is possible! But largely, Switzerland has four distinct seasons. These being summer from June to August when temperatures are between 25°C to 30°C, Autumn from September to November, when there are strong breezes and colourful fruits brighten up the trees. December to February sees winter when temperatures range from -2°C to 7°C and spring from March to May when the summer is kicking in but is pleasant nonetheless.

  21. What are the best adventure activities in Switzerland?

    1. Paragliding and Parasailing
    Switzerland’s Interlaken is home to some of the best adventure sports with paragliding and parasailing being among the most popular. It isn’t just the breeze that’s blowing you away, it’s the beauty of the sparkling glacial lakes and snowy mountain peaks that also work their magic!

    Train with professionals, be well-prepared and instructed and take off to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Switzerland’s lush landscapes. Amidst a range of Switzerland Tour Packages, choose one that offers a combo of both the activities.

    2. Skydiving
    Like we said, the thrill never stops at Interlaken. Skydiving is another popular adventure sport in this city where you are harnessed to an instructor who accompanies you and can experience a freefall safely from a flight. Begin with a 15-minute ride over Switzerland’s beautiful mountains and then plummet towards the Earth in barely 45 seconds at a speed of at least 200 kmph!

    3. Alpine Rafting
    Enjoy the turquoise waters and the milk-white rapids across many locations in Switzerland as you make your way across them. Book a half-day rafting tour with friends and family and experience the thrill as you row along together to stay afloat and beat the powerful rapids that let you ride along.

    4. Forest Fun Park
    Zermatt in Switzerland is home to the Forest Fun Park which will change your perspective about forests being scary, for good. Because all that’s in this forest is lots of fun! As you zip line across the forest, you are welcomed by breathtaking views of the Matterhorn to enjoy a thrilling time. Additionally, the park offers 5 ZIpline courses, 110 obstacles and 25 ziplines for all age groups.

  22. Which are the most romantic things that can be done in Switzerland?

    1. Wine tasting in the Lavaux Vineyards:  One of the most exciting inclusions in comprehensive Switzerland Tour Packages is wine-tasting in the famous Lavaux Vineyards. Wine tasting in this UNESCO World Heritage site with a side of cheese and an exceptional view of the Swiss countryside is one of the most romantic things to do here.
    2. Take a ride on the Glacier Express: Known as the “World’s Slowest Express Train”, the Glacier Express takes you through some of the most stunning places in Switzerland including Matterhorn, the Rhine Gorge, the Solis and the Oberalp Pass. It covers 289 km of green pastures and snow-capped hills, making it an exceptionally romantic experience.
    3. Take a boat ride on Lake Geneva: Your Switzerland Tour Packages are incomplete without a boat ride on the most famous lake in the country. The vintage La Suisse is a beautiful boat where you can sit on the deck, sip on wine, sample cheese and get the most breathtaking view of Lake Geneva and the surrounding mountains. 
    4. Soak in a thermal spa in Lucerne: Mineral spas and thermal pools can be found in abundance in Switzerland, and soaking in one of these mineral-rich natural spas with your partner is one of the best romantic things to do here. It is also a unique way to explore the countryside and soak up the magnificence of the Alpine mountains.

  23. Which are the best cities to explore in Switzerland?

    The tour packages of Switzerland will definitely take you to the most frequented and best cities of Switzerland. But if you’re getting around on your own, here are some must-visit destinations.

    1. Zurich
    Undoubtedly the best, Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and is home to the pristine Lake Zurich and the River Limmat, both great points of interest. The city is a mix of old and new where there is some prominent architecture in the form of museums and churches, and also trendy shopping, plush cafes, and an eclectic nightlife.

    2. Lucerne
    Switzerland’s less talked about gem, Lucerne is a visual gift with its snow-laden mountains and glistening lakes. Small alleys make up the town and at the centre is a massive medieval quarter lined with shopping and dining. The famous Chapel Bridge which dates back to the 14th century, finds its home in Lucerne.

    3. Bern
    Switzerland's capital city, Bern, is quaint and picturesque which is why so many tourists love spending a day or two here. The cobbled streets, fountains, bell towers, and ancient buildings make for some wonderful architecture and sightseeing.

    Lined with a number of museums, high-end bars, vibrant parks and more, the town has an easy-going vibe that’ll let you turn your vacation mode on!

    4. Geneva
    Geneva is the second largest city of Switzerland and popular for being a financial hub, but there’s much more to it. This cosmopolitan city is home to the United Nations and World Bank, opulent historic sites, fancy hotels and boutiques, and much more.

    Geneva is also among the most expensive cities in Switzerland, but if you’re willing to splurge, it’s definitely worth a visit.

  24. Which train journeys in Switzerland are scenic?

    1. The Golden Pass Line
    It connects the centre of Switzerland with the shore of Lake Geneva. The train meanders past eight lakes, three mountain passes and through the towns of Lucerne, Interlaken, and Spiez, making for a memorable ride.

    2. Glacier Express
    This 7-hour journey is a must if you want to witness the best of Switzerland in one go. It traverses from Zermatt to St. Moritz, which are two popular mountain destinations. Passing over 291 bridges, and through 91 tunnels, the Glacier Express offers some of the most fantastic views along the way.

    3. Bernina Express
    From the medieval part of the Alps right to Italy, Bernina Express is a delightful experience. Along the way, you’ll see glistening glaciers, palms, and the much-talked-about, Lake Como. Even if you’re travelling via Switzerland packages which includes transport, make sure you customise it and book a train ride too.

  25. Which are the most famous cable car experiences in Switzerland?

    1. Wildkirchli
    Travel to the Ebenalp Cable Car Station for a ride up to Wildkirchli, known for its ancient caves. The 7-minute ride is probably the steepest, but the lush green valleys and snow-capped mountains make the journey worth it!

    2. Harder Kulm
    Hop onto a cable car at the Interlaken-Harder Alpine Game Park and ascend over Alpines, chalets, and farms as you travel up to the summit located 1322 metres high.

    3. Titlis
    The gondola ride up to the mountain at 3020 metres starts from the alpine village of Engelberg and takes you over the village, the green meadows and snow-covered ski slopes.

  26. Which are the best places for kayaking and canoeing in Switzerland?

    There are so many Switzerland Tour Packages dedicated only to water activities, that you’d be spoilt for choice! Amongst the favourite sports are:

    1. Lake Brienz
    Accompanied by a trained professional and equipped with appropriate warm clothing, paddle your way across the snow-capped mountains, on the mesmerizingly beautiful, Lake Brienz. There are also a couple of kayak schools here to train you before you head into the deep end.

    2. Ticino
    Ticino is often considered sports heaven because it offers not just kayaking and canoeing, but mountain biking, canyoning, and much more. The crystal clear waters with the backdrop of the majestic mountains creates a picture-perfect scenery for some literal ‘smooth sailing’ across.

    3. Kanuschule Versam
    A beautiful whitewater spot for the experts, Kanuschule Versam is in the heart of the Rhine Gorge. So you can imagine how splendid a ride through its gushing waters will be!

  27. Which are the best cruise tours in Switzerland?

    1. Lake Lucerne
    If you’re looking for a relaxing way to enjoy the Swiss Alps, then a one-hour yacht cruise on Lake Lucerne is recommended. One of the best Switzerland tours that you’ll experience, this 161-foot long yacht has a lower and an upper deck where you can find a seat and enjoy the splendid views of the verdant meadows, mountain peaks, and Lucerne’s exemplary architecture. Learn more about the beautiful town as a guide shares commentary along the way.

    2. Lake Geneva
    This full-day cruise lets you immerse yourself in the grandeur of Geneva. Top sights like the UN headquarters, the Jet d'Eau and the Flower Clock can be spotted along the way. You can also book a tranquil ride across to France to explore a bit of the Alpine town there.

    3. Rhine River
    If you’re looking for a cruising trip that extends for much longer than a day, you can choose a ride along the Rhine River. The vineyard-clad hills, the majestic Swiss Alps, coffee and beer tasting along the way and so much more makes this luxury cruise stay an absolutely marvellous experience!

  28. Which are the famous vineyards for wine tours in Switzerland?

    When booking a Switzerland holiday package, make sure you include a trip to the many vineyards around the country. Some of the popular ones are:

    1. Wine and Fondue Tour, Zurich
    What’s better than a glass of fine wine, you ask? We’d definitely say it’s fondue! On this 1.5 hour personalised journey aboard a Tuk Tuk, you don’t just indulge in Swiss flavours and white wine but come across beautiful landmarks of Zurich.

    2. Lavaux Panoramic Wine Tour, Geneva
    The tour offers a splendid view of scenic wineries in and around Lavaux. As you indulge in exquisite wines, get lost in the panoramic scenery around and the beautiful Alps in the background!

    3. Traditional Wine Tour, Lucerne
    Go on a 30-minute longboat cruise before reaching your destination and sampling four of the most innovative wine blends. you’ll learn about winemaking traditions and techniques on this fun yet educational experience.

  29. Which are the best places for shopping in Switzerland?

    1. Maurice de Mauriac
    If you’re on the lookout for some luxury shopping, especially watches, this is the place to be.

    2. Negozio Lindt Chocolate Factory Outlet
    Stuffing your mouth with chocolates here isn’t a sin, but not visiting this amazing store definitely is! From exotic liquor chocolates to artisanal chocolates, you’re sure to find everything here.

    3. Limited Stock
    Visit for some one-of-a-kind pieces of intricate jewellery, porcelain articles, sculptures and crockery.

    4. Bahnhofstrasse
    This beautifully lit upscale street has everything whether you’re willing to splurge or shopping on a shoestring budget. You’ll find an array of clothing, jewellery, tech accessories, handcrafted chocolates, glassware and so much more!

    The Switzerland Tour Packages offer sufficient time for some leisurely shopping. If not, make sure you customise your trip and make the most of the shopping extravaganza Switzerland has to offer.

  30. Which are the best hikes in Switzerland?

    Many Switzerland packages offer some great hiking experiences, some of the best being:

    1. Bachalpsee & First (Grindelwald)
    This short hike is barely an hour-long, which takes you up to the peaks of the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau, allowing you to witness the panoramic views of Interlaken and Grindelwald. At over 400 metres high, these jewels will leave you spellbound! If you have a more adventurous streak, you can also consider heading further to Faulhorn and to First Cliff Walk.

    2. The Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge
    Said to be the longest suspension bridge in the world, the Charles Kuonen Bridge in Zermatt is 494 metres. You have to begin with a climb to get to the bridge and then go along the bridge route as you explore the mesmerising views of Switzerland.

    3. Top of Rigi
    This destination offers some great hiking opportunities. You can take the cog-railway up to the hiking point and then begin walking for about an hour. Alternatively, you can give the train ride a miss and walk the entire route for around 3-4 hours.

  31. How is Switzerland nightlife? Which places are famous for nightlife in Switzerland?

    Most tour packages of Switzerland include a nightlife experience at some of the best pubs in the country. Make sure you visit the following:

    1. Kaufleuten, Zurich
    Elegant and classy, Kaufleuten has been graced with the presence of many international celebrities. Once you experience the vibe on the terrace of this venue, you'll know why it's worth all the hype!

    2. Penthouse Bar, Lucerne
    This 360° rooftop bar is the best nightlife experience. A modish ambience, delectable food, drinks flowing all night and the spectacular views make this place a must-visit.

    3. Papperla Pub, Zermatt
    Visit Papperla Pub for some foot-tapping LIVE beats and mulled wines. Most visitors who go on skiing trips to Zermatt, follow it up with a trip to this party destination.

    4. MAD Club, Lausanne
    While Lausanne is home to plenty of pubs, nothing comes close to the 'mad' nights at MAD! Rightly named, this 5-level club has something for every age group- from food to drinks, to individual DJs!

  32. What are the essential items that one must pack while travelling to Switzerland?

    Switzerland enjoys moderate weather during summer, spring, and autumn, with a cool breeze and some sunshine. Temperatures fall to freezing point in winter and most parts of the country are buried under a blanket of snow.

    If you book Switzerland packages, an itinerary and essentials list will accompany your tour details. Nonetheless, here’s a list of travel essentials that’ll come in handy for most of the year:

    - Woollens for the winters
    - A windcheater or a thick waterproof jacket
    - Sneakers for long walks
    - Hiking boots, especially in winter
    - A pair of Flip flops
    - Comfortable pants/jeans
    - Tops/Shirts
    - Dresses for warmer weather
    - A swimsuit
    - Sunscreen
    - Moisturizer
    - A tablet to cure headaches if you can’t handle higher altitudes
    - Universal adapter
    - Waterproof pouch
    - Umbrella
    - Sunglasses