Zurich –Interlaken (120 Km /2 Hrs by Train)
Welcome to Switzerland - The Alpine Wonderland! Upon arrival in Zurich, you will walk across to the Flughafen station for your train to Interlaken, which is located, in the heart of the Swiss alps, situated between the Lakes of Thun and Brienz and is at the foot the famous trio of peaks, the Eiger, the Mönch and the Jungfrau. Enjoy the rest of your day relaxing in this most spectacular of settings.
Today venture aboard an unforgettable Alpine tour by Swiss Rail to travel from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen ( 35 Min by train) to the majestic world of the Jungfraujoch (11,300ft) the top of Europe. Visit the Ice Palace, experience the breathtaking view from the Sphinx Observation overlooking the Aletsch Glacier (Europe’s longest glacier) and the snow-capped peaks. Schilthorn Piz Gloria - The most spectacular 360° panorama in the Alps!
Interlaken -Thun
Half day excursion ( 30 minutes by train). Thun is one of the most original towns in Switzerland. It occupies an admirable site with magnificent views of the Bernese Alps and is much overlooked by visitors pressing on to Interlaken. With its picturesque castle, the quaint medieval Old Town, and Lake Thun, one of the loveliest and largest lakes in Switzerland, Thun is well worth a visit.
Interlaken Sightseeing
Interlaken is captivating and a must for every Swiss visit ! The small town between the cristal-clear lakes of Thun and Brienz is surrounded by Alpine pearls such as sparkling streams, fantastic falls and extraordinary mountain scenery including the famous peaks of the Eiger, the Moench and the Jungfrau. Take a stroll in the market and visit the quaint town the Grindelwald.
Lucerne (70Km/1.5Hrs by train from Interlaken) is ideally situated in the historic and scenic heart of what many believe to be the "true" Switzerland - picture mountains, lakes, cowbells, alpine villages and meadows full of Edelweiss. Lucerne is renowned for its attractive townscape, historic Chapel Bridge and shopping facilities.
Lucern Mt Titlis
Enjoy a breathtaking journey by train to Engelberg, by your Swiss Rail Pass and visit Mount Titlis - a unique snow and glacier paradise. Board Rotair, the rotating cable car for panoramic views of alpine glaciers and ice boulders as you ascend 10,000 feet (3020 meters). The view of the glacier crevasses is spectacular! The Ice Flyer takes you directly to the Glacier Park, an ideal fun destination.
Zurich is located in the heart of Europe in the north-eastern part of Switzerland. Zurich and the surrounding region is home to the biggest number of museums and exhibitions in Switzerland. The Opera House and the Tonhalle concert hall attract stars of world stature on the classical music scene. The main shopping zone is concentrated in the city center, which makes it ideal for Tourists.
Geneva, often referred to as "Peace Capital of the World", is situated between the shores of Lake Geneva and Mount Salève. Switzerland's second-largest city.Geneva features the world's tallest fountain, the Jet d'Eau with its 140 m (460 ft) plume, churches and cathedrals, such as the St. Pierre Cathedral where Calvin preached the Reformation, a Medieval Old Town
Montreux is famous for its beautiful location on Lake Geneva and the most frequented resort in the southwestern part of Switzerland. The town stretches along the shores of a large bay facing south and rises in tiers to heights covered with woods and vineyards which shelter it from the north and east winds. The mildness of its climate makes Montreux and its neighboring villages a climatic resort all the year round and earns it the name of Vaud Riviera for its lakeshore
Gstaad, a rather charming, attractively located mountain resort full of restored weathered-wood chalets - and an abundance of jewelry and other shops. Take a bus to the gondola for the ride to the Glacier 3000 (approx. 1 1/2 hours from Gstaad to the top). Glacier 3000 one will be amazed by the breathtaking, 360-degree panorama of the Vaudois, the Bernese and the Valaisan Alps.
Rhine Falls
Half day excursion (50 minutes by train from Zurich via Winterthur )Visit Europe's largest waterfall with a width of 150 meters (approx. 500 ft) and height of 23 meters (approx. 75 ft). A boat ride to the famous rock in the middle of the Falls and the short walk to the top, is an unforgettable experience for every visitor.
Wattens (310 Km /4Hrs from Zurich) Marvelling like a child is rare these days, but one cannot help it when standing in the interior of a huge crystal, watching light refracted in hundreds of mirrored surfaces. The imposing Crystal Dome is the showpiece of the “Swarovski Crystal Worlds
Innsbruck offers spectacular views of the Nordkette Alps along with the the city’s natural skyscrapers. Innsbruck offers host of activities from browsing Old Master paintings in Habsburg palaces,to skiing and in the evening in a rollicking brewpub- With a late-medieval Altstadt (old town), vibrant cultural scene and adrenalin-fuelled pursuits of Olympic fame, Innsbruck is one of those rare places that really can say it has something for everyone without sounding clichéd.

Vaduz (110 km /2hrs from zurich) is the capital of Liechtenstein a small country situated on the banks of the Rhine between the Swiss canton of St. Gallen and the Austria. Visit the Vaduz Castle which lies on a hillside 120 metres above Vaduz.The castle was constructed as a fortress as early as the 12th century.