Prepare to embark on the “Golden Swiss Trip,” an extraordinary 8-day, 7-night odyssey that promises to immerse you in the heart of Switzerland’s finest treasures. From the majestic Alps to charming towns and exquisite culinary delights, this journey will redefine your travel dreams.
Our adventure begins in the enchanting Interlaken, nestled between two pristine lakes. This picturesque setting will be your gateway to the highest train station in Europe, Jungfraujoch, at a staggering 3,454 meters above sea level. The views from this vantage point will take your breath away as you gaze upon a sea of snow-capped peaks and glaciers.
Venturing further, you’ll encounter the awe-inspiring Aletsch Glacier, the largest in the Alps. The sheer magnitude of this natural wonder is sure to leave you humbled by the power of nature. Lucerne, with its old-world charm, beckons you to explore its medieval streets, historic bridges, and the iconic Chapel Bridge.
Next, ascend to the heights of Mt. Pilatus, home to the world’s steepest cogwheel train, and revel in panoramic views that seem to stretch to infinity. But we’re not done with mountain magic yet – Mt. Titlis, at 3,020 meters, offers a surreal world of ice and snow, where you can walk on a suspension bridge high above the alpine abyss.
An excursion to Grindelwald and the Golden Pass for panoramic trains will transport you through some of Switzerland’s most stunning landscapes. And for the ultimate sweet treat, hop aboard the Chocolate Train to Montreux, where you can savor Switzerland’s delectable chocolate delights.
The “Golden Swiss Trip” isn’t just a vacation; it’s a once-in-a-lifetime journey that will awaken your senses, enrich your soul, and etch unforgettable memories into your heart. Join us and immerse yourself in the golden beauty of Switzerland, where every moment is a treasure waiting to be discovered.
Duration : 8 days/7 nights
Highlights : Interlaken, Jungfraujoch (3,454 m) – hightest train station in Europe, Aletsch Glacier, Lucerne, Mt. Pilatus (2,132 m) – steepest cogwheel train in the world, Mt. Titlis (3,020 m).