Arrival in Geneva and trip to Montreux
After arrival in Geneva train transfer to Montreux check in at your hotel. Time to discover the city or stroll along the
long, flower-bordered lake promenade all the way to Chillon Castle.
A rack-railroad starts from Montreux and continues past forests, meadows and rocks up to Rochers-de-Naye,
overcoming a difference in altitude of 1600m. Once one reaches the top, there is a panoramic view of the Swiss and
French Alps. Take a hike before returning to Montreux. Overnight in Montreux
||Montreux – Zermatt
Through the Rhone valley the train takes you up to the mountain resort of Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn. The
car-free village has very well preserved its original character. Stroll along the main street and take your time to find
some interesting souvenirs to take home. Overnight in Zermatt.
The Gornergrat cog railway takes you to the summit at 3883 m in altitude and offers a fascinating panoramic view of
the Matterhorn and summits of the Swiss, Italy and French Alps. If you wish you can hike down and get on board of
the train only at the next station. Overnight in Zermatt.
||On board of the Glacier Express from Zermatt to St. Moritz
In the morning get on board of the world famous Glacier Express to St. Moritz, which crosses no less than 291 bridges
and goes through 91 tunnels. During the journey a 3 course menu will be served at lunch time at your seat. After an
exhilarating trip, you will arrive in St. Moritz, the often called Alpine metropolis with numerous luxury hotels and
upscaled shops, settled against the Alpine background of lakes and mountains. Overnight in St. Moritz.
||St. Moritz – Lucerne
Today your journey through Switzerland takes you to the heard of Switzerland – the medieval old city of Lucerne.
Whatever you might expect from a unique town, Lucerne certainly offers a generous diversity. Be it shopping in
the Old Town, sailing on the lake or culinary delights on the banks of the River Reuss – Lucerne offers you
whatever your heart desires. Overnight in Lucerne.
||Excursion to Mount Titlis
Leave Lucerne in the morning by train to get to the mountain resort of Engelberg. From here you start your trip to
the top of Mount Titlis at 3.020 m.a.s.l. It offers a sensational panoramic view, eternal snow and ice and the
world’s first revolving gondola “Rotair”. The Titlis Glacier Park and the “Ice -Flyer” chairlift are a paradise for those
keen to glide down the slopes on the offered equipment (free of charge). Overnight in Lucerne.
||Lucerne to Interlaken
Take your time to travel by train via the Brünig Pass to Interlaken – famous as movie sets for Bollywood movies! The
village lies on an alluvial plain between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz and is presided over by the three mighty
mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. It is also the starting point for numerous activities such as hiking or paragliding.
Overnight in Interlaken.
||Excursion to Brienzer Rothorn
In the morning train ride to Brienz, famous for its wood carver shops.. From here the steam train takes about one hour to climb
the 1,678 meters difference in height. The magnificent panoramic view of the Bernese and Central Swiss Alps, six diverse
mountain hiking trails and the charming mountain hotel "Rothorn-Kulm" await the visitor on the mountain peak. Return to Lucerne
by train. Overnight in Interlaken.
Take the train from Interlaken to the Kleine Scheidegg at the foot of the famous Eiger. Change trains and ride via
‘Eiger Gletscher’ to the Jungfraujoch – the highest railway station in Europe at 3454 m with some breathtaking views
of the Aletsch glacier at 22 km the longest in the Alps and an UNESCO World Heritage site. Overnight in Interlaken.
||Interlaken – Geneva and departure
After breakfast journey back by train to the Geneva airport and flight back.