ROMANTIC SWISS TOUR

ROMANTIC SWISS TOUR

ZR02G : 2 day tour (Monday to Tuesday)

PRICE:

CHF 580.– Double occupancy with bath or shower
CHF 70.– Supplement for single room
CHF 20.– Senior Citizen Discount (age group 60+)

DEPARTURES:

Starting in Zurich and ending in Geneva
Guaranteed departures every Monday from April 24 to October 9, 2017

ITINERARY:

DAY 1 : ZURICH–LUCERNE–MT. TITLIS–INTERLAKEN : MONDAY

We leave Zurich at 8.30 a.m. A short drive takes us to the city of Lucerne where we visit the Lion Monument and walk over the 14th century wooden bridge, time at leisure for shopping and sightseeing. At noon, we proceed to the mountain resort of Engelberg. A cable car ride to the summit of Mount Titlis brings you up into the high alpine region with its glaciers and eternal ice. Enjoy a magnificent ride in the new revolving “ROTAIR” gondola. (Take a warm sweater along.) In the afternoon, we cross Brünig Pass to the Bernese Oberland and reach the village Brienz, which is famous for its long tradition of woodcarving. We continue to the holiday resort of Interlaken at the foot of Jungfrau mountain. Dinner on your own. Overnight at first class hotel.

DAY 2 : INTERLAKEN–BERNE–GRUYÈRES–GENEVA : TUESDAY

We leave Interlaken in the morning and drive along beautiful Lake of Thun to the Swiss capital, Berne. The city is attractively set on a steep sided curve of the River Aare and backed by the majestic Alps. A city tour to the Old Town includes the Clock Tower, Kramgasse, and the 15th century Cathedral of St. Vincent. A drive south takes us to the scenic dairy farmlands, to Gruyères. A beautiful hilltop town, preserved against time, which could be the magical setting for fairytales with its impressive, medieval castle. An informative visit to a factory of delicious milk product is a further highlight of our day. We continue our drive to the Vaud Riviera and reach Geneva, the most cosmopolitan city of Switzerland. Arrival in Geneva at approx. 5.30 p.m.

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