Our collection of Switzerland tours explores magnificent Alpine scenery of lush meadows, wooded slopes and snow-capped mountains, including the unmistakeable Matterhorn. Take a ride on the Glacier Express, a highlight of any Swiss tour, or visit beautiful Lake Lucerne or Lake Geneva. Explore the sophisticated city of Zurich in its serene lakeside setting, discover the chocolates and cheese of Montreux, and stroll around Berne with its medieval old town.
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- 7 Days - Dusseldorf to Basel
- Fly Tour from £999
Explore the charming towns and iconic cities of the Rhine by water, cable car and foot. Glide through Koblenz, along the magnificent Lorelei Passage, and onto little Rüdesheim, Speyer, Strasbourg and Breisach before ending in Basel.
- 8 Days - Brig to Turano
- Fly Tour from £1,149
Spectacular mountain scenery … the iconic and unmistakeable Matterhorn … dramatic rides on railways, chair lifts and cable cars … awe-inspiring views of glaciers and summits … gentle valley slopes and lush meadows disturbed only by cowbells and chalets … This is Switzerland at its most wonderful and you’ll enjoy the very best that this unique country has to offer during eight remarkable days that will stay with you forever.
- 6 Days - Feldkirch to Bregenz
- Fly Tour from £1,349
This region offers a multitude of charms, from rolling hills and lofty mountains to grand castles and shimmering lakes. Discover them all and sample an array of local produce along the way on this scenic alpine adventure.
- 7 Days - Strasbourg to Kandersteg
- Rail Tour from £1,495
Stunning scenery and spectacular views regale us as we travel by rail through the heart of the Swiss Alps on the world-famous Glacier Express. We enjoy mountain railways, charming towns and dramatic Alpine scenery on this tour through the breathtaking landscapes of Switzerland.
- 8 Days - Munich to Zurich
- Tour Only from £1,675
The lead up to Christmas in traditional German towns and the snow-frosted Alps, is the stuff of storybooks – twinkling markets full of Yuletide delights and towering Christmas trees. Enter the realm of gingerbread, Glühwein and carol singers.
- 7 Days - Amsterdam to Basel
- Fly Cruise from £1,899
Amsterdam's picturesque canals and historic Diamond District are just two of the gems to discover in this laid-back city. Further ports of call include Cologne and Rüdesheim as you sail along the romantic Rhine.
- 6 Days - Montreux to Cully
- Rail Tour from £1,945
Indulge in the idyllic scenery and famed culinary delights of Switzerland on this spectacular tour. Explore verdant vineyards, visit a fairytale island château and enjoy an unforgettable journey on the luxurious Chocolate Train, all from an elegant base by the sparkling shores of Lake Geneva.
- 7 Days - Zurich and Back
- Fly Tour from £1,949
The freedom to explore the vast, unspoilt Bernese Oberland region for yourself. The thrill of looking out at more than 600 peaks following a jaw-dropping steam train ride up Brienzer Rothorn.
From bustling cities to glacial lakes and awe-inspiring mountain ranges, Switzerland's varied natural landscapes are a joy to explore. The stunning alpine region attracts guests from around the world who journey to one of the many fantastic winter sport resorts to ski and snowboard amongst the breath-taking scenery.
The star of the Switzerland's alpine region is the Matterhorn, located in Zermatt. Matterhorn mountain is the most easily recognised and most-photographed mountain in the world due to its symmetric pyramid shape.
Often built besides charming lakes, Switzerland's dynamic cities perfectly combine ancient history with contemporary city life. The Old Towns of Bern and Lucerne and the historic centre of Zurich feature an abundance of well-preserved historical monuments and incredible architecture including one of the oldest covered bridges in Europe. The country is also home to world-class modern art and boasts a number of museums and galleries.
Switzerland's major cities are cosmopolitan with exciting cultures that successfully embrace upcoming trends. There are Michelin starred restaurants, lakeside bars with craft beers and a range of festivals throughout the year. As well as embracing the new, Switzerland has kept its many much-loved traditions alive and tourists can enjoy ancient markets, folkloric fairs, flag waving and alp-horn concerts.
When it comes to Swiss food and drink, cheese fondue is of course, the star of the show. In fact, a trip to Switzerland would not be complete without trying the huge pot of melted cheese with fresh bread cubes to dip in. Other than cheese and mouth-watering chocolate, Swiss cuisine combines influences from German, French and North Italian dishes. The Swiss white wines are notably excellent and locally crafted beers are a favourite with tourists.
Highlights of Switzerland
Sitting at the southern tip of Lake Geneva, Switzerland’s second-largest city is surrounded by the dramatic Swiss Alps and the Jura Mountains. This international city is the European home of the UN and the headquarters of the Red Cross. Although it is not the capital of Switzerland, it is often referred to as the ‘Capital of Peace’. Popular attractions include the Jet d'Eau, a 140-metre-high water fountain and the Horloge Fleuri; a large flower clock in the ‘Jardin Anglais’ (English Garden) which is a world-renowned symbol of the Geneva watch industry.
The lake-side city of Lucerne is the gateway to central Switzerland and is surrounded by snow-capped mountains creating a beautiful panoramic scenery. Lucerne is known for its remarkably well-preserved Altstadt (Old Town) which includes the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge complete with gable paintings; considered to be one of the oldest covered bridges in Europe. As well as fascinating architecture and picturesque old towns, Lucerne boasts a lively arts and music culture and hosts many spectacular festivals including a series of world-renowned classical music concerts.
The delightful town of Zermatt sits at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn and is one of the most attractive holiday villages in Europe due to its central location in Europe's largest and highest lying summer/skiing region. During the summer months, this charming village has an abundance of hiking and cycling trails which lead to an enchanting world of nature. In winter, the stunning alp region welcomes snow sports enthusiasts from around the world and offers varied ski areas with 360 km of piste. The Matterhorn Glacial Paradise and the Matterhorn Museum are must-see attractions when visiting Zermatt.
This large and wealthy metropolis is often recognised as one of the worlds most liveable city’s due to its hard-working financial centre, vibrant culture, urban edge and its ability to embrace modern trends. The city’s historical centre has been preserved exceptionally well and features winding cobbled alleyways and tall church steeples. Zurich is a haven for foodies with its much-loved rustic pubs, street food festivals and pop-up restaurants as well as numerous Michelin-starred restaurants.
Bern may be the political capital city of Switzerland, but it is the medieval air and historical features that make this city so special. The city’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features many fountains, sandstone facades, narrow streets and historic towers. Some of Bern’s most popular attractions include The Zytglogge (Clock Tower), the Parliament Building and BearPark. The Rose Garden is the perfect place to relax during the summer months and boasts stunning views of the city.
As the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (in 1864) the luxury winter resort attracts guests from all over the world, including the rich and famous. St Moritz was originally established as a summer spa resort because of the mineral springs that were found 3,000 years ago. Today, St Moritz is one of the most famous alpine resorts in the world. In the summer, the resort is just as spectacular with its shimmering lake and lush forests.