14 Days In Switzerland Itinerary
How To Spend 2 Weeks In Switzerland
This 14-day tour is designed to take you through the best of Switzerland, exploring its most iconic landmarks, charming towns, and breathtaking scenery with no more than 2 hours of driving with your private chauffeur between each destination.
Throughout your journey, you’ll explore the country’s famous cities, including Geneva, Zurich, and Bern, and discover its hidden gems in charming towns such as Interlaken and Montreux. You’ll also experience Switzerland’s history and culture through its museums, galleries, and old towns. So whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or a combination, this tour has something for everyone.
Destinations on our 14-Day Switzerland Itinerary
Switzerland 2 weeks Itinerary Outline
Switzerland is a beautiful country with many stunning destinations to explore. Here are some suggestions for a 2-week driver-guided tour of Switzerland with no more than 2.5 hours of driving between each destination:
Day 1: Zurich
Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and is widely regarded as a global center for finance, banking, and international trade. However, the city is not just about business and commerce – it is also a top-rated tourist destination, offering visitors a unique blend of Swiss tradition, modernity, and natural beauty.
Zurich’s charming streets, picturesque old town, vibrant culture, and stunning surroundings make it an ideal location for a memorable vacation.
Zurich Old Town Walking Tour
This private guided walking tour of the city is the perfect way to spend your first afternoon there. Its narrow cobbled streets, colorful houses, and picturesque alleyways make it a charming and enchanting area to explore on foot.
You’ll discover many historical landmarks, including the impressive Grossmunster, a Romanesque-style church with two distinctive towers.
Another landmark is the Fraumunster, a Gothic-style church known for its stunning stained-glass windows. Finally, go to St. Peter’s Church, the oldest church in Zurich, which boasts an impressive clock face measuring over 8 meters in diameter.
Stroll along the Limmat River, which runs through the old town and offers stunning views of the city and its surrounding landscape. You will want to take advantage of the opportunity to experience Zurich’s Old Town’s unique ambiance and beauty with your private guide.
Afternoon Lake Zurich Boat Tour
An afternoon boat tour of Lake Zurich is one of the most popular ways to experience the region’s stunning natural beauty. As you sail along the lake’s calm waters, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding Alps, including the snow-capped peaks of the Swiss mountains. You’ll also have the chance to see some of the most picturesque towns and villages that line the lake’s shores.
One example is Rapperswil, a charming medieval town with a castle perched on a hilltop overlooking the lake. You may also catch a glimpse of the elegant lakeside villas home to some of Switzerland’s most affluent residents.
During the boat tour, your guide will point out notable landmarks, such as the picturesque St. Meinrad’s Abbey, which sits on a small island in the middle of the lake. You’ll also be able to observe the local wildlife, including swans, ducks, and other birds that call the lake their home.
Overnight in Zurich.
Day 2: Visiting the Swiss Alps and Indulging in Swiss Chocolate
On the second day of our 2-week itinerary, you can explore two of Switzerland’s most emblematic and recognizable symbols, The Alps and Swiss Chocolate.
Guided Hike in the Alps (Adaptable to your Experience)
The Swiss Alps are famous for their stunning natural beauty, with snow-capped peaks, glistening glaciers, and crystal-clear streams, making it a paradise for hikers and nature enthusiasts.
There are a variety of routes available for hikers of all abilities, from gentle strolls along well-marked paths to more challenging treks that will test your endurance and stamina.
The guides will tailor the hike to your interests and ability, ensuring an enjoyable and memorable experience. They’ll also provide fascinating insights into the history and culture of the region, as well as point out notable landmarks and geological features.
Whatever route you choose, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views of the Swiss countryside and panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the stunning scenery, and wear appropriate clothing and footwear to ensure you’re comfortable throughout the hike.
Swiss Chocolate Experience
Switzerland is famous for its world-renowned chocolate, and Zurich is home to some of the best chocolatiers in the world.
Indulging in a chocolate-tasting tour is a must-do activity for any traveler to Zurich and is an experience that will satisfy even the sweetest tooth.
On a chocolate-tasting tour, you’ll have the chance to sample some of the finest Swiss chocolates, each with its unique flavor, texture, and aroma.
Your guide will take you on a journey through the history of Swiss chocolate, from its humble beginnings to the present day, and will explain the intricate process of chocolate-making, from selecting the finest cocoa beans to producing the final product.
You’ll visit some of Zurich’s best chocolatiers, where you’ll learn about the different types of chocolate, including milk, dark, and white, and the various flavorings and fillings used to create these decadent treats. You’ll also have the opportunity to watch the chocolatiers at work crafting their creations by hand, using traditional methods that have been perfected over generations.
Overnight in Zurich.
Day 3: Lucerne
Your private chauffeur will meet you in the morning to embark on a scenic journey from Zurich to Lucerne, taking approximately an hour to discover one of Switzerland’s most picturesque and charming cities with its picturesque old town, medieval architecture, and stunning lakeside location.
Lucerne Walking Tour
A guided walking tour of Lucerne is a great way to discover the city’s charming old town and learn about its rich history and culture.
As you explore the narrow streets and alleys of the old town, your knowledgeable guide will point out the most notable landmarks, including the Chapel Bridge, one of Switzerland’s oldest wooden bridges, adorned with historic paintings. You’ll also visit the Water Tower, a medieval stone tower that stands watch over the river and symbolizes Lucerne’s historic architecture.
Another tour highlight is the Lion Monument, a sculpture commemorating the Swiss Guards who died during the French Revolution. This impressive art is carved into the rock face and depicts a dying lion, a poignant and powerful symbol of sacrifice and heroism.
Throughout the tour, your guide will provide fascinating insights into the history and culture of Lucerne, sharing stories about the city’s past and present and highlighting some of the most exciting and important sites along the way. You’ll learn about the role of Lucerne in Switzerland’s history, including its involvement in the Swiss Confederacy and the Reformation, and discover the city’s unique traditions and customs.
Tasting Swiss Cheese and Wine
No visit to Switzerland would be complete without indulging in the country’s famous cheese and wine. On this tour, you’ll have the opportunity to visit a local dairy farm in the Lucerne region, where you’ll sample some of Switzerland’s best cheeses and wines, all while learning about their history and production.
Your guide will take you through the cheese-making process, explaining how the milk is collected, processed, and aged to create Swiss cheese’s distinct flavors and textures. You’ll also have the chance to taste some of the most famous Swiss cheeses, such as Gruyere, Emmental, and Appenzeller, each with unique characteristics and aromas.
Next, you’ll taste some of Switzerland’s best wines from the grapes grown in the surrounding hills and valleys. You’ll learn about the various grape varieties, the wine-making process, and the unique features of Swiss wines, such as their crisp acidity and subtle flavors.
Overnight in Lucerne.
Day 4: Mount Pilatus & Glacier Garden
Waking up in Lucerne, you can start your day with a sense of excitement as your private guide arrives to take you on an unforgettable adventure to Mount Pilatus. The journey begins with a scenic drive through the Lucerne region’s rolling hills and picturesque countryside. Your guide provides insights into the area’s history, culture, and natural beauty.
Mount Pilatus Cable Car
As you approach Mount Pilatus, you’ll be amazed at the towering height of this majestic peak, which rises over 2,100 meters above sea level. The mountain is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and a host of outdoor activities and attractions.
The cable car ride takes around 30 minutes and is an exhilarating experience as you ascend to the summit and take in the spectacular scenery.
On your descent you can ride on the Pilatus Railway, the world’s steepest cogwheel railway, which offers a thrilling descent down the mountain.
Lucerne Glacier Garden
The Glacier Garden is a natural monument formed during the last Ice Age, over 20,000 years ago. It features a glacial rock formations, and a stunning alpine garden, offering fascinating insights into the area’s geological history.
One of the highlights of the Glacier Garden is the glacial potholes, which are circular depressions carved into the bedrock by swirling glacial waters. The potholes range in size and shape, with some reaching up to nine meters in depth and six meters in diameter. You can walk along a series of boardwalks and bridges that allow you to explore the potholes up close and even climb down into some of them for a unique perspective!
Another highlight of the Glacier Garden is the rock formations, which feature some of the oldest exposed rock in the region, dating back over 200 million years. The rocks display various colors and patterns, offering a stunning display of natural beauty.
The alpine garden at the Glacier Garden is also a must-see attraction, with a collection of over 1,000 species of alpine plants, including many rare and endangered species. The garden is designed to mimic the natural alpine environment, offering visitors a unique and immersive experience.
Overnight in Lucerne.
Day 5: Interlaken
Meeting your private driver outside your hotel in the morning, you’ll embark on an exciting 1.5-hour journey to Interlaken, one of Switzerland’s most magical destinations.
Located in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Interlaken is known for its stunning natural beauty, with snow-capped mountains, crystal-clear lakes, and pristine forests that offer a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.
Alp Railway Ride & Harder Klum Vantage Point
Harder Kulm is Interlaken’s highest vantage point, standing at 1,321 meters above sea level. The tour begins with a scenic ride on the Harder Railway, a funicular that takes you up the mountain, passing through lush forests and alpine meadows.
Once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including the famous Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks. Your knowledgeable guide will highlight the most notable landmarks and provide fascinating insights into the region’s natural beauty and cultural heritage.
The tour also includes a visit to the Harder Kulm Panorama Restaurant, where you can enjoy a delicious meal or refreshment while taking in the breathtaking views. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore the nearby hiking trails and observation decks, offering even more stunning vistas of the surrounding landscape.
Exploring the Lauterbrunnen Valley is a guided tour that offers a unique and unforgettable experience of one of the most beautiful valleys in the Swiss Alps.
The Lauterbrunnen Valley is a natural wonderland, with 72 waterfalls cascading down cliffs, including the famous Staubbach Falls. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a journey through this picturesque valley, pointing out notable landmarks and providing fascinating insights into the history and culture of the region.
As you explore the valley, you’ll discover charming villages, traditional Swiss chalets, and verdant pastures, all set against the backdrop of soaring mountains and dramatic cliffs. Your guide will also take you to some of the best viewpoints in the valley, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
The tour will also include visiting the Trümmelbach Falls, a series of ten glacier-fed waterfalls hidden inside a mountain. You’ll take an elevator deep into the mountain to discover these impressive falls, one of Switzerland’s natural wonders.
Overnight in Interlaken.
Day 6: Jungfraujoch Excursion
Jungfraujoch is a popular tourist destination in Switzerland, often called the “Top of Europe.” It is a saddle between the Mönch and Jungfrau peaks, the highest railway station in Europe, standing at an altitude of 3,454 meters above sea level.
The best way to see Jungfraujoch is by taking the scenic train ride that departs from Interlaken. Once you reach Jungfraujoch, you’ll have the opportunity to explore a range of exciting activities and attractions that showcase the region’s natural beauty and unique features.
One of the most popular attractions is the Ice Palace, a remarkable experience that takes you deep into a glacier, with a series of tunnels and rooms carved out of ice. The ice sculptures and formations are breathtaking, and the experience of walking through the ice cave is genuinely unforgettable.
Another popular attraction is the Sphinx Observatory, an observation deck that offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape with snow-capped peaks, glaciers, and alpine meadows stretching out in every direction.
The Aletsch Glacier is another must-see attraction at Jungfraujoch and the largest Alps glacier. You can take a guided tour of the glacier, which takes you through a series of ice tunnels and caves, offering a fascinating insight into the unique features of the glacier.
Overnight in Interlaken.
Day 7: Zermatt
As you leave your Interlaken hotel in the early morning, your private driver is waiting for you, ready to embark on a journey to Zermatt. The drive to Zermatt is picturesque, with stunning mountain views and charming Swiss towns dotting the route.
But it’s when you arrive in Zermatt that the magic truly begins. The Matterhorn looms majestically over the town, its peak seemingly touching the sky. The surrounding mountains offer countless opportunities for outdoor activities, from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to hiking and mountain biking in the summer.
Zermatt: A tour of the town's cultural landmarks
Your guide will lead you on a walking tour of the town, showcasing its most important cultural landmarks.
You’ll start your tour at the Zermatt Church, a beautiful 19th-century building with an impressive spire.
Next, you’ll visit the Hinterdorf, a historic part of Zermatt that dates back to the 16th century. Here, you’ll find a collection of traditional Swiss chalets and buildings, some of which have been lovingly preserved and restored over the years.
As you explore the town, you’ll visit some of its most charming squares and public spaces. The Bahnhofplatz, for example, is a bustling square in the heart of Zermatt that’s home to many shops, cafes, and restaurants. In addition, your guide will show you some of the best places to sample local Swiss cuisine or pick up souvenirs to take home.
Finally, you’ll visit the Zermatt Alpine Museum, showcasing the town’s history and Alpine traditions. Here, you’ll find exhibits on everything from traditional Swiss clothing and crafts to Zermatt’s development as a tourist destination. Your guide will provide insights into the museum’s exhibits, helping you better understand Zermatt’s unique cultural heritage.
Overnight in Zermatt.
Day 8: Exploring Matterhorn Mountain
Experience the majestic beauty of the Matterhorn up close on a hike beginning in Zermatt, where you’ll meet your guide and set off toward the mountain.
As you get closer to the mountain’s base, you’ll see the full scale of the Matterhorn’s magnificence. Its imposing peak will rise up above you, and breathtaking vistas of the surrounding Swiss Alps’ll surround you.
Your guide will lead you to the best vantage points for taking photos and admiring the scenery. They’ll also provide information about the mountain’s history and the climbers who attempted to conquer it. You’ll learn about the tragedies and triumphs of those who came before you and gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty and power of the mountain.
The hike will be tailored to your level of fitness and experience, so it’s suitable for all ages and abilities. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just looking for a scenic stroll, this guided tour to the base of the Matterhorn is an unforgettable experience that will leave you with lasting memories of this iconic Swiss landmark.
From Farm to Table: A visit to a local farm and gourmet dinner
You’ll have worked up an appetite during your Matterhorn hike, so now it’s time to take the opportunity to experience the best Swiss cuisine with a visit to a local farm and a gourmet dinner featuring fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Your guide will take you on a journey through the beautiful Swiss countryside to the farm, where you’ll meet the farmers and learn about their methods for growing and raising produce.
As you tour the farm, you’ll have the opportunity to see the different animals and crops raised on-site. In addition, you’ll learn about cultivating crops and raising livestock and gain a deeper understanding of the importance of sustainable and ethical farming practices.
After the tour, you’ll enjoy a gourmet dinner featuring the farm’s fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The meal will be prepared by a local chef, who will showcase the flavors and culinary traditions of the region. You can sample various dishes, including traditional Swiss specialties and modern twists on classic recipes.
Overnight in Zermatt.
Day 9: Montreux
After Zermatt, your private driver will take you on the scenic drive lasting just under 2 hours to Montreux, a beautiful resort town on Lake Geneva.
Guests love visiting Montreux in Switzerland for its stunning scenery, the backdrop of the Swiss Alps, and its rich cultural offerings, including the world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival and numerous museums and historical landmarks.
Private Tour of Château de Chillon
Explore the Château de Chillon, one of Switzerland’s most famous castles. Located on the shores of Lake Geneva near Montreux, the castle has a fascinating history that dates back over 1,000 years.
Your private guide will take you through the castle’s many rooms and chambers, including the Grand Hall, the Gothic-style Chapel, and the Duke’s Bedroom. You’ll learn about the castle’s rich history, including its use as a fortress during the Middle Ages and its role in Switzerland’s struggle for independence.
As you explore the castle, you’ll also be able to appreciate its stunning architecture and breathtaking views of Lake Geneva and the surrounding Swiss Alps. In addition, your guide will provide insights into the castle’s design and construction and its cultural and historical significance.
After your tour, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the castle’s many exhibits, which showcase artifacts and memorabilia related to its history. You’ll also be able to walk along the castle’s ramparts, which offer panoramic views of the lake and the mountains.
Best of Montreux Walking Tour
On this guided walking tour, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the charming Old Town of Montreux, with its narrow alleys, historic buildings, and beautiful architecture. Your guide will take you on a stroll through the town, pointing out important landmarks and providing you with insights into its history and culture.
You’ll start your tour at the Montreux Train Station, where you’ll meet your guide and set off on foot. Walking through the town, you’ll see many beautiful old buildings, some dating back to the medieval period. Your guide will provide you with insights into the history and significance of each building, giving you a deeper understanding of Montreux’s cultural heritage.
You’ll visit the medieval church of St. Vincent, which dates back to the 13th century and is one of the town’s most important landmarks. Your guide will provide you with information about the church’s history and architecture and its significance to the local community.
Next, you’ll explore the charming alleys of the Old Town, lined with beautiful old buildings and quaint shops and cafes. Finally, your guide will highlight landmarks like the historic covered market and the Montreux Music & Convention Centre.
As you walk through the Old Town, you’ll be able to appreciate the beautiful architecture and stunning scenery. In addition, your guide will provide insights into the town’s development and cultural significance, helping you gain a deeper appreciation for this charming Swiss town.
Overnight in Montreux.
Day 10: Wine Tasting in the Lavaux Vineyards
Enjoy a guided tour and tasting of some of Switzerland’s finest wines. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the beautiful Lavaux vineyards, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for producing some of Switzerland’s finest wines. Your guide will take you on a scenic tour of the vineyards, showcasing the stunning natural beauty of the region, as well as its rich wine-making history.
As you explore the vineyards, you’ll learn about the different grape varieties grown in the region and the methods used to cultivate and harvest them. In addition, your guide will provide you with insights into the wine-making process, as well as the history and culture of the region.
After your tour, you’ll have the opportunity to taste some of the region’s finest wines at a local vineyard. Your guide will take you through a guided tasting, providing information about each wine’s flavor profile, aroma, and production method. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn about food pairings and other tips for enjoying Swiss wines.
Throughout the tour and tasting, you’ll be able to appreciate the stunning natural beauty of the Lavaux vineyards, with their sweeping views of Lake Geneva and the surrounding Swiss Alps. In addition, your guide will provide insights into the region’s culture and history and its unique wine-making traditions.
Chocolate Making: A private chocolate-making class and tasting
In this private chocolate-making class and tasting, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the art of chocolate-making and create your delicious chocolates. Your private chocolatier will guide you through the process, providing insights into Swiss chocolate-making’s history and culture.
The class will take place in a local chocolate factory, where your chocolatier will provide you with a demonstration of chocolate-making techniques, as well as information about the different types of chocolate and their origins.
After the demonstration, you can create your chocolates, choosing from various flavors and ingredients. Your chocolatier will guide you through the process, providing tips and tricks for creating beautiful and delicious chocolates.
Once your chocolates are complete, you’ll have the opportunity to taste them, along with other chocolates made by the chocolatier. In addition, your chocolatier will provide you with information about the different flavors and techniques used in each chocolate, helping you to gain a deeper appreciation for the art of chocolate-making.
Overnight in Montreux.
Day 11: Lausanne
Your chauffeur will take you on a scenic 45-minute drive to Lausanne, a charming city on Lake Geneva’s banks. Discover the old town’s history, visit museums, and relish the stunning lake views.
Exploring the Old Town: Discovering Lausanne's Hidden Gems
The old town is an enchanting maze of narrow streets, historic buildings, and charming squares that transport you back in time.
The first stop on your tour is the majestic Lausanne Cathedral, a gothic masterpiece that dominates the city’s skyline. Built between the 12th and 13th centuries, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is a marvel of medieval architecture. You’ll be awed by the intricate details of the stained-glass windows and the awe-inspiring view of the city from the top of the tower.
As you stroll through the old town, you’ll encounter many other hidden gems. You’ll visit the Place de la Palud, where you’ll see the colorful clock tower that chimes every hour. You’ll also see the beautiful fountain of justice, which depicts a woman holding a sword and a balance. This square has been the heart of the city’s political and commercial life since the Middle Ages.
Lausanne's Art and History: Museums and Galleries
Lausanne’s art and history are best experienced through its many museums and galleries. The next stop on your tour is the Musée de l’Élysée, a museum dedicated to photography. Here, you’ll see an extensive collection of photographs documenting the art form’s evolution. You’ll also learn about the work of some of the world’s most influential photographers.
Another museum you’ll visit is the Olympic Museum, which celebrates the history of the Olympic Games. The museum’s interactive exhibits and displays showcase the achievements of some of the world’s greatest athletes. You’ll also learn about the games’ evolution and their cultural impact on society.
A Taste of Switzerland: Indulging in Local Cuisine and Wine
Every trip to Switzerland is complete with indulging in its world-renowned cuisine and wine. Lausanne has an impressive selection of restaurants that offer traditional Swiss dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. You’ll also be able to sample the region’s famous wines, such as the Chasselas, grown in the nearby Lavaux Vineyards.
One of the best places to experience Lausanne’s food and wine scene is the Grand Hotel du Lac, which has a Michelin-starred restaurant. Here, you’ll savor a gourmet meal that combines French and Swiss flavors with a modern twist. You’ll also have the chance to sample some of the finest wines from the region.
Day 12: Lausanne Spa Day
Lausanne is renowned for its spas and wellness centers, and your tour will end with a visit to one of the best. The Beau-Rivage Palace Spa is a luxurious retreat offering various treatments and therapies designed to help you unwind and relax. You’ll be pampered by expert therapists and enjoy stunning lake views while being treated.
The spa offers a range of treatments, including massages, facials, and body scrubs. You’ll also have access to the spa’s sauna, steam room, and indoor pool. After your treatment, you can relax in the spa’s lounge and enjoy a healthy snack or drink.
Overnight in Lausanne.
Day 13: Geneva
Take a 45-minute drive to Geneva, the second-largest city in Switzerland, renowned for its numerous international organizations, such as the United Nations. During your stay in Geneva, explore the magnificent Old Town and take a day trip to the Chamonix mountain range.
Exploring Geneva's History and Culture
Geneva, a city in the heart of Europe, is known for its rich history and cultural diversity. Day 1 of your private tour will take you on a journey of discovery, starting with exploring the city’s old town.
Discovering Geneva's Old Town
Geneva’s old town is a maze of narrow streets, historic buildings, and charming squares that transport you back in time. The first stop on your tour is the St. Pierre Cathedral, a 12th-century masterpiece that dominates the old town’s skyline. The cathedral has a rich history and is home to many treasures, including the Reformation Wall, commemorating the city’s role in the Protestant Reformation.
As you stroll through the old town, you’ll encounter many other hidden gems. For example, you’ll visit the Place du Bourg-de-Four, the oldest square in Geneva, which has been the heart of the city’s commercial and social life since Roman times. You’ll also see the beautiful Flower Clock, made up of more than 6,500 flowers and symbolizes the city’s love of nature.
Art and History Museums: Immersing Yourself in Geneva's Culture
Geneva’s art and history are best experienced through its museums and galleries. The next stop on your tour is the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, one of Switzerland’s most prominent museums. Here, you’ll see an extensive collection of paintings, sculptures, and artifacts that date back to ancient times. The museum exhibits will also teach you about the city’s history and culture.
Another museum you’ll visit is the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, which tells the story of the humanitarian organization’s work worldwide. The museum’s interactive exhibits and displays showcase the organization’s principles, activities, and impact on the world.
Gastronomic Delights: Sampling Geneva's Famous Cuisine
Every trip to Geneva is complete with indulging in its world-renowned cuisine. Geneva has an impressive selection of restaurants that offer traditional Swiss dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. You’ll also have the opportunity to sample the region’s famous wines.
One of the best places to experience Geneva’s food and wine scene is the Les Armures Restaurant, which has a Michelin-starred chef. Here, you’ll savor a gourmet meal that combines French and Swiss flavors with a modern twist. You’ll also have the chance to sample some of the finest wines from the region.
Day 14: Day Trip to Chamonix
Geneva is surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery, and your tour will take you on a day trip to explore the surrounding area. First, you’ll travel to the nearby town of Chamonix, located at the base of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe.
In Chamonix, you’ll take a cable car to the top of the Aiguille du Midi, a peak that rises to 3,842 meters. You’ll enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and valleys from the top. You’ll also have the opportunity to explore the nearby glaciers and walk on the famous glass skywalk, which offers a thrilling experience of walking on a glass platform above a 1,000-meter drop.
Contact Us for a Bespoke 14-Day Switzerland Itinerary
This 14-day tour has taken you through the country’s most iconic landmarks, charming towns, and breathtaking scenery. You’ve explored the alpine peaks, picturesque lakes, and winding rivers that define Switzerland’s landscape. You’ve also experienced the country’s history and culture through museums, galleries, and old towns.
This tour is just a starting point; there’s so much more to explore in Switzerland. We encourage you to contact our team at Switzerland by Luxe to create a bespoke itinerary tailored to your interests and preferences. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or a combination, we’ll design a tour that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.
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