Switzerland is a federal republic of 26 cantons. It is a landlocked country surrounded by Liechtenstein and Austria to the east, France to the west, Germany to the north, and Italy to the south.
This country has more than 200 summits higher than 3,000m, pastoral countryside, clear aquamarine lakes, and ancient castles. The top Swiss festivals, Swiss Carnivals, and National Swiss holidays make Swiss countryside, mountains, and lakes beautiful any time of year. Mani four languages of Switzerland are French, Italian, German, and Retro- Romansch.
Day 1: Geneva
Arrive at Geneva.
Day 2: Geneva (375m/1,226ft.)
We visit pristine Lake Lac Leman (Lake Geneva), Geneva passes museums, Musée Ariana, Red Cross, and Red Crescent Museum, the Flower clock, and Temple de St. Pierre’s Cathedral. The most famous attractions of Geneva include Jet d’Eau (water jet) (90m/295 ft.) one of the worlds’ highest fountains. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Montreux (396m/1,299 ft.)
Montreux is the corner of paradise. Our excursion concludes the prominent island castle, Chateau de Chillon, the prime entice of Montreux Lavaus, the old city of Vevey, and Glacier 3000, and natural beauty and peace of Montreux Riviera. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4: Lauterbrunnen (802 m /2,631 ft.)
Lauterbrunnen, known as the valley of 72 waterfalls is filled with attractive wooden buildings with typical flower boxes. Our schedule here has Hiking of Lauterbrunnen Valley and Sightseeing of awe-inspiring Staubbach, and Trumelbach falls. A view of Eiger(3,967m/13015 ft.), Monch (4,107 m/ 13474 ft.), Jungfrau (4,158 m/13,642 ft), Gletscherhorn (3,983 m/13,068ft.), and other peak adds extra taste to your visit.
Day 5: Lucerne
Another promising day is the Lucerne region. Chapel and Spreuer Bridge (14th and 16th-century resp.), Jesuit Church (16th to 19th centuries), Oldtown, Lion monuments (created in 1821), Old city walls, and Sammlung Rosengart museum are our pivotal attractions in Lucerne. Mt.Rigi and Mt. Pilatus has magnificent views to offer.
Day 6: Lucerne
On the second day in Lucerne, we spent our time visiting Mt. Titils (3,238 m/10623 ft.) and UNESCO- Listed Jungfraujoch (3,466 m/11371 ft.). This is the best place for snow lovers. We also visit cities like Bern, Basel or Zug via train.
Day 7: Zermatt (1,620m/5,310ft.)
Our sightseeing at Zermatt has Mt. Matterhorn (4,478 m/14,692 ft.), and Matterhorn museum, sobering Mountaineers Cementart, hike from Blauhard (2,571 m) to Sunnegga (2,288 m), a well know Five Lake Hike.
Day 8: Depart via Zurich or Geneva
Depart from Zermatt to Geneva and fly back to your country.
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