Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Its cities contain medieval quarters, with landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Lucerne’s wooden chapel bridge. The country is also known for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Banking and finance are key industries, and Swiss watches and chocolate are world renowned.

Quick facts:

  1. Country Code: +41
  2. Capital City: Bern
  3. Largest City: Zurich
  4. Languages spoken: French, Italian, German, Romansh
  5. Currency: Swiss Franc
  6. Time Zones: UTC +2 CEST Central European Summer Time   According IST: GMT+2 Indian Standard Time

Temperature Chart –

Average Temperature (C) 6 -2.5 -1.5 1.4 4.9 9.2 12.5 14.9 14.3 11.4 7.2 1.8 -1.5 34 112
Average High Temperature (C) 10.4 1 2.4 5.7 9.4 14 17.5 20.2 19.5 16.4 11.7 5.4 1.8 30 105
Average Low Temperature (C) 2.1 -5.8 -5.2 -2.7 0.5 4.6 7.7 9.9 9.6 7.1 2.9 -1.4 -4.3 30 104
Average Precipitation (mm) 1185.6 79.9 75.4 83.4 94.4 114.4 120.9 114.5 124.8 99.4 92.6 97.1 86.4 39 108


  • Flying: Switzerland is situated at the center of Europe and thus is a focal point for international air traffic. The busy intercontinental airports of Zurich and Geneva can be reached in about 8 hours from the east coast of North America and in fewer than 2 hours from London or Paris. The country is also the crossroads of Europe -- virtually all rail lines, road passes, and mountain tunnels lead to it. Similarly, the main European route for east-west travel passes through Switzerland, between Lake Constance and Geneva. Air India and Swiss International Airlines are the airlines that operate flights between New Delhi to Zurich. On this route, Air India has 7 and Swiss International Airlines has 7. Passengers may therefore choose between 14 flights every week.


  • By Car:  Situated in the middle of the Continent, Switzerland has a network of express highways linking it to other European countries. You can drive all the way from Britain to Switzerland by taking a northerly route through Belgium or the Netherlands and then Germany. British motorists tend to prefer this express auto route, which is free, to going through France and paying expensive toll charges. The route through France is also much slower. It begins a few miles south of Calais and leads directly to the Périphérique (the ring road around Paris), where you can pick up the Autoroute du Soleil to Switzerland. In Britain, the best connection for a road link across France is from Portsmouth to Le Havre.


  • By Bus: Taking a bus cross-country in Switzerland is not as efficient and comfortable as taking a train. However, buses are necessary to reach some of the smaller communities not served by rail. The good news is that a bus stop is always within a few hundred meters of the train station. It’s not complicated.


  • By Train:  Train travel is by far the best way to travel in Switzerland; it’s economical and popular with both locals and tourists. The stations are clean and equipped with a variety of services, while the trains themselves are punctual, equally clean and comfortable. Although smoking is allowed in many public places in Switzerland, the trains are smoke-free. Unless you have extremely unusual circumstances that require private vehicles, get on the train and experience life as the locals do. You’ll be exposed to spectacular scenery and a way of life for most Europeans.


  • By Boats & Cruises: Lake cruises are more than an entertaining and relaxing way to spend the day — they are also a peek into the life of many locals. In larger lake communities like Zurich and Geneva, many locals commute by boat to and from work on a daily basis. Hop on a boat and hop off again at one of dozens of little communities around the lakes, many that are not served by train. Steamer travel is a tradition on Lake Lucerne, and a dinner cruise there is a combination of regional history, spectacular scenery and local cuisine. A Rhine River cruise from Basel shows off the walled city from outside the gates and allows you to experience the ancient lock systems on this famous river.


  • By Funiculars & Cable Cars: Visiting Switzerland without taking a ride in a funicular is like coming to Switzerland and not eating chocolate. In the mountainous regions, funiculars and cable cars are as common a mode of transportation. If you want to get to some of the highest peaks without climbing on foot, plan on a funicular ride. In most cases, the funiculars will save you hours of walking or as much time on a bus on narrow roads. Funicular stations are not necessarily near train stations, but they are equally clean and punctual. About 50 funiculars operate in the steep mountain communities, including the LA Vaux wine region, St. Moritz and Lucerne. The steepest funicular in Europe is the Gelmer in southern Switzerland near Innertkirchen.


  • Climate: The climate is moderate with no excessive heat, cold or humidity. From July to August the daytime temperature range is 18 to 28 °C (65° - 82° F) and from January to February the range is -2 to 7 °C (28° - 45° F). In spring and autumn, the daytime temperature range is 8 to 15 °C (46° - 59° F). Depending on the altitude the temperature range may vary. It is highly recommended to visitors to pack a sweater, good walking shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, a compact umbrella and/or a light rain coat.


  • Cuisines: Swiss cuisine bears witness to many regional influences, including from French, German and Italian Cuisine and also features many dishes specific to Switzerland. Switzerland was historically a country of farmers, so traditional Swiss dishes tend to be plain and made from simple ingredients, such as potatoes and cheese.


  • Accommodation: Most hotels in Switzerland are clean, comfortable, and efficiently run. Many in the luxury category are among the finest in the world (two in Zurich, in fact, are regarded as the best in Europe). After all, César Ritz came from Switzerland. There are several categories of hotels. An alcohol-free hotel is one that doesn't serve liquor. A hotel Garni is one that serves breakfast and beverages but no other meals. You can judge a hotel and its prices by its stars (as judged by Swiss travel authorities): Five stars signify deluxe; four stars, first class; three stars, superior; and two stars, standard. One star indicates minimum. A minimum hotel, with the most limited of facilities, can nevertheless be clean and reasonably comfortable, and standard hotels are among the country's best travel values.

          Matterhorn, Zermatt

This pyramid shaped giant is arguably the most photographed mountain in the world and therefore, also Switzerland's most famous Alpine peak and a top place to visit in Switzerland Matterhorn in Zermatt stands at 4,478 meters high and draws mountaineers from all corners of the globe eager to conquer its ascent – some even daring to reach its summit. Cable cars frequently zip through the mountain station in Zermatt, the highest cable car station in the Alps, and take skiers and snowboarders to surrounding mountains during the winter and hikers in the summer.

          Chateau de Chillon, Montreux

Located in the heart of the Swiss Riviera on the banks of Lake Geneva is Chillon Castle – the four-century old water fortress that served as the seat of the wealthy Counts of Savoy. Stroll by the lakeside or parade through its ancient halls where 14th century paintings, towers, subterranean vaults, bedrooms, weaponry and furniture have been kept preserved in their original form. Chateau de Chillon consists of 25 building and three courtyards and is accessible by boat, bus or foot from the town of Montreux. This is one of the most visited historic buildings in Switzerland and certainly a top place to visit in Switzerland.

         The Jungfrau Region

The Jungfrauioch is an Alpine wonderland that has much to offer adventurers and those seeking a quieter retreat. The 'big three' – glacial monoliths Jungfrau, Monch, and Eiger – tower over rolling green meadows and winding mountain paths, making for truly enchanting views that embody the best of Swiss tourism.  In its middle lies Interlaken, a rustic town that has become a popular starting point for travellers in the region. From there you can visit the Jungfrajoch's highlights, such as the towns of Grindelwald, Murren, Wengen and Lauterbrunnen. Hike or take a scenic train trip to the peaks of Kleinen ScheideggGrindelwald-FirstSchynige Platte or Schilthorn and treat yourself to panoramic views you won't soon forget. 

        Swiss National Park, Zernez

Switzerland's only national park is a spectacle not to be overlooked. A throwback to how the Alps was before it was touched by tourism, the Schweizerischer National park features 172 square kilometers of unspoilt scenery from snow-encrusted glaciers, verdant pastures, waterfalls and lush woodlands, making it a top place to see in Switzerland. A total of 21 hiking routes crawl through the park, giving visitors a chance to glimpse its magnificent flora and, if luck is on your side, perhaps even sight the rare golden eagles, chamois, ibexes and marmots that call it home. The park is easily accessible from ZernezS-chanf and Scuol.


In the heart of Switzerland lies the lakeside city of Lucerne, another postcard-perfect town nestled among a mountainous panorama. Fortified towers, wooden bridges and timeworn churches festooned with antique frescoes have allowed the city to keep its traditional townscape, adding to the charm of this top place in Switzerland. Take pleasure in the thrilling views of the city and Lake Lucerne by riding up to the peak of neighbouring Mt PilatusMt Rigi or the Stanserhorn


            Lake Geneva and surrounding cities

Hugged by Geneva on the west and Lausanne on the east is Lake Geneva, a giant liquid basin that has been aptly called by the Celts 'Lem an' or 'Large Water'. It's now referred to as Lac Léman by the French-speaking Swiss who reside in the area, and the 582 square kilometre-lake is dotted with luxurious fairy-tale chateaus on its shores and stretches of hillside vineyards rise from the lake, giving a rare glimpse into the world of Swiss wines. Ferries, paddle streamers and boats paddle through its topaz waters daily. The lake is a great starting point to explore Canton Vaud's wineries, Jura Mountains and Vaud Alps or the charming student city of Lausanne. Those seeking a more multicultural vibe can quickly hop to cosmopolitan Geneva, the centre of at least 200 international organisations and the United Nations. As the third biggest city in Switzerland, Geneva caters to a sophisticated crowd with elegant green spaces, enchanting museums and gourmet restaurants, yet maintains its grit with a lively alternative arts scene. One of the tallest fountains in the world, the Jet d'Eau, is Geneva's postcard photo. Read about the prettiest Swiss towns within two hours of Geneva.


Travelling to Lugano shows Switzerland in a different light. Bordering Italy in the south, the Italian influence is undeniable in the Ticino region, from the local language, romantic villas and rich cuisine up to the warm summers. Although a landlocked country, the weather in southern Switzerland is tinged by rushes of warm Mediterranean air. Lugano is flush with museums and a number of heritage sites housed in neoclassical palazzos (grand buildings)The city stands north of the gorgeous Lago di Lugano (Lake Lugano), an area frequented by celebrities which has been dubbed the 'Monte Carlo of Switzerland'.


Not many people know that the medieval city of Bern is Switzerland's capital – but once you step on its narrow cobblestoned streets, all doubts are sure to vanish. History sings in every corner of this city, especially in its Old Town, which has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Archaic towers loom over Bern's sandstone facades, numerous fountains and entrenchments while arcades are filled with boutiques, bars, cafes and cabaret stages that are sometimes hidden within vaulted cellars. As the current seat of the Swiss parliament (Bundeshaus), Bern is one of the most well-preserved historical centres in Switzerland. It boasts a stunning botanical garden, a colourful weekly market and access to the River Aare and the Bear Park, where a family of bears – the city's symbol – reside

            The Rhine falls

The Rhine, Europe’s largest waterfall, is a bewitching natural wonder of swiss tourism. At the northernmost part of Switzerland near the town of schaffhausen, the mighty falls roar from a breadth of more than 150 meters. Visitors can watch the spectacle from several viewing decks while those bold enough can rent their own canoes and travel to nearby castles schloss laufen  and schloss worth. On swiss national day, 1 august, the Rhein fall flaunts a sensational firework display that attracts flocks of tourists


As the cultural hub of Switzerland, Zurich is not one to cross of your list of top Swiss places to see. Unbeknown to many, behind Zurich's financial facade exists a pulsating nightlife with a contemporary edge. After all, Zurich hosts the Street Parade, one of Europe's biggest annual rave parties. While the city has kept some of its historical roots – evident in the emblematic guild houses, Gross Munster churchSwiss National Museum and Linden of square – regeneration is supreme in wealthy Zurich. Old heritage sites and factories have been repurposed and now serve as cultural spaces, joining more than 50 museums and 100 art galleries to see in Zurich. Known as one of the world's most livable cities, Zurich offers everything you'd want for an urban escape, yet also the chance to reach rural, idyllic towns just a stone's throw away. Read about the prettiest Swiss towns within two hours of Zurich

DAY 01: Arrive in Zurich, Switzerland & transfer to Interlaken:

Welcome to Switzerland! On arrival at the airport there will be customs and immigration procedure. After immigration collect the baggage meets our representative at information counter and get transferred Interlaken. Arrive at Interlaken hotel. Check into your hotel in Interlaken. The rest of the day is free for exploring this exciting city

DAY 02:  Mount Jungfrau from Interlaken:

Morning breakfast transfer you will proceed for Mount Jungfrau. The Jungfrauioch - Top of Europe is the highlight of any Swiss holiday. The highest railway station in Europe is located 3,454 meters above sea level. You have access to a high-alpine wonderland of ice, snow and rock, which can be admired from the viewing platforms, on the Aletsch Glacier or in the Ice Palace - experience the magic. Afterwards, proceed for Lucerne crossing Brünig Pass.

Day 03: Orientation tour of Interlaken:

Morning breakfast you will proceed for Orientation tour on Interlaken. 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, it has old timber houses and parkland on either side of the Aare River. It’s surrounding mountains, with dense forests, alpine meadows and glaciers, have numerous hiking and skiing trails.

Day 04: Interlaken – Lucerne - Lake Lucerne cruise:

After breakfast check out from the hotel & transfer to Lucerne. Arrive at Lucerne & check in to the hotel. Take rest & you will proceed for Lake Lucerne cruise from Lucerne. The boats cruise throughout the year on a daily basis, thereby making famous holiday destination like the Birkenstock, many hiking trails, and mountain railway stations at the shores of the lake accessible. After that proceed for hotel & Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 05: Lucerne - Excursion to Mount Titlis from Lucerne:

After morning breakfast, you will proceed for Mount Titlis Excursion. Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden and Berne. At 3,238 meters (10,623 ft) above sea level, it is the highest summit of the range north of the Susten Pass, between the Bernese Oberland and Central Switzerland. It is mainly accessed from Engelberg (Obwalden) on the north side and is famous as the site of the world's first rotating cable car. The cable car system connects Engelberg (996 m (3,268 ft) to the summit of Klein Titlis (3,028 m (9,934 ft) through the three stages of Gerschnialp (1,262 m (4,140 ft), Trübsee (1,796 m (5,892 ft) and Stand (2,428 m (7,966 ft). The last part of cable car way leads above the glacier. At , it is possible to visit an illuminated glacier cave from an entrance within the cable-car station, which also includes shops and restaurants. The Titlis Cliff Walk, the highest elevation suspension bridge in Europe, opened in December 2012, giving views across the Alps. After that back to hotel Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 06: Lucerne tour & Rhein fall:

After morning breakfast, you will proceed for Orientation tour of Lucerne. Lucerne, a compact city in Switzerland known for its preserved medieval architecture, sits amid snowcapped mountains on Lake Lucerne. Its colorful Altstadt (Old Town) is bordered on the north by 870m Museggmauer (Musegg Wall), a 14-century rampart. The covered Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge), built in 1333, links the Aldstadt to the Reuss River's right bank. After that you will proceed for visit Rheinfall.The Rhine Falls is the largest waterfall in Switzerland, Europe. The falls are located on the High Rhine on the border between the cantons of Schaffhausen (SH) and Zürich (ZH), between the municipalities of Neuhaus am Rhein fall (SH) and Laufen-Uhwiesen/Dachsen (ZH), next to the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland.


Enjoy a whole day to explore this scenic Engadin valley resort. Renowned for its stunning forest, lake, and mountain setting and an average of 322 days of sunshine per year, St. Moritz is comprised of two villages separated by a mile of lake shore—St. Moritz Dorf and St. Moritz Bad. Extending up the slope from the lake, terraced Dorf is a tapestry of grand hotels, upscale boutiques, and traditionalEngadin architecture, characterized by arched wooden doors, small deep-set windows, and artistically etched facades. Meanwhile, neighboring Bad is known for its ice rink, mineral and mud baths, and energetic nightlife.


Today travel on the Glacier Express to Zermatt. The world-famous Glacier Express covers 300 km across the Swiss Alps. A full day of magnificent views between Zermatt and St. Moritz.  The train is also referred to as the 'slowest express train in the world': the journey takes about 8 hours. There is a good reason for this slow pace: the train squeezes its way through the Alps, through narrow valleys, tight curves, 91 tunnels, and across 291 bridges. Overnight Zermatt.


Spend either a whole day at leisure exploring Zermatt and its environs, or visit charming Mount Matterhorn. The location of Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn and in the middle of an enormous hiking and ski region makes it one of the world's most attractive vacation villages. The ski region encompasses 54 mountain railways and lifts as well as 360 kilometers of pistes. The region called "Matterhorn glacier. paradise" is Europe's largest and highest lying summer skiing region. Numerous national ski teams train here in the summer.


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