Day 1, Saturday - Zurich
Meet & Greet in Zurich airport / train station;
Zurich city tour: main shopping street Bahnhofstrasse and its heart Paradeplatz, famous for its glass windows by Marc Chagall Fraumünster Church, old town district with car-free alleys of Niederdorf.
Day 2, Sunday - The Rhine Falls
Trip to the biggest waterfall in Europe - The Rhine Falls. The Rhine Falls is an amazing spectacle of enormous water masses which tumble down the rocks. Feel the power of nature!
Afterwards, a sightseeing tour around the charming medieval town Stein am Rhein.
Day 3, Monday - Lucerne & Interlaken
Today you arrive at one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland - Lucerne, where the past meets the future: walk from the oldest Europe's covered bridge - Chapel Bridge to the futuristic Culture and Convention Centre (KKL). Get to know the sad story of the Lion monument and head via a panoramic Brünegg pass to Interlaken, a picturesque town nestled between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz with breathtaking views of the Alps peaks.
Day 4, Tuesday - Free time in Bern or Interlaken
Jungfraujoch with lunch (all year long): CHF 220.-/pp;
Basel (all year long): CHF 150.-/pp;
Waterfall Valley (only in summer): CHF 150.-/pp.
Day 5, Wednesday - Bern & Gruyeres
The day begins in the political capital of Switzerland, Bern, whose Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage.
Travel in time through the sandstone facades, narrow streets and historic towers, passing through the Houses of Parliament and Albert Einstein House, and say 'hi' to the bears, which are local symbols of the town, in Bärengraben. Spot the highest church tower in Switzerland Bern Catherdral of St. Vincent from Rose park and head to Gruyeres
Additional excursion: Chocolate factory in Broc: CHF 150.-
Day 6, Thursday - Free time on Swiss Riviera
France: Evian, Yvoire & Annecy (all year long): CHF 150.-/pp;
Day 7, Friday - Geneva
Spend a day on the shores of Lake Geneva. Explore the water castle Chateau de Chillon, take a walk on the Promenade de Montreux Riviera and a make a selfie with Freddie Mercury, continue to Vevey in the footsteps of legendary Charlie Chaplin, admire Olympic Lausanne and finally let the world’s smallest metropolis Geneva open its beauty to you: the old town, 140-metre-high "Jet D'eau", numerous international organisations, and large flower clock.
Day 8, Saturday - Departure
The tranfser brings you to the Geneva airport / train station.
At this point we wish you a pleasant journey back home and hope to see you again!