PACKAGE DETAILS & PRICES
This TUI Switzerland Holidays Package comprises some of the best places to visit & fun-filled activities you can enjoy in Switzerland. Interlaken is an important tourist destination in Swiss Alps & acts as a base to explore other scenic destinations. The main mode of transport will be train where Jungfraujoch or Top of Europe is the highest railway station in Europe. Lucerne is the center of economics, transportation & culture in Central Switzerland which has multiple tourist attractions. Mt. Titlis is the site of world's first rotating cable car from where you can watch the Alps in all their majesty.
(We also provide customized packges on request)
DURATION: 4 Nights/5 Days
Package starts at Rs 58,000 for 3 Star Hotels (City Hotel Oberland in Interlaken, Ibis Styles in Lucerne)
Package starts at Rs 72,000 for 4 Star Hotels (Du Lac in Interlaken, Radisson Blue in Lucerne)
• Daily Breakfast
• 4 Day Swiss Pass with unlimited access to all public transports and several sightseeing
• Excursion to Mt Titlis
• Excursion to Jungfrau
• Return Airport transfers
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What documentation do I need to travel to Switzerland?
For short-term stays of up to 90 days, the citizens of Europe, USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and most countries in South America need only their passport or an identity document. All other nationalities require a visa.
How do I get to St. Moritz?
By plane or helicopter to Engadin Airport, also known as Samedan Airport, 7 km from St. Moritz. By train, from Zurich or on Rhaetian Rail from Chur. By road, St. Moritz is 200 km from Zurich and 175 km from Milan. Driving time from Munich and Basel is four hours.
When is the best time of the year to go to St. Moritz?
That depends on what you plan to do. If you want winter sports or culinary tourism, then from November to March is the time for you. April to September are the months for hiking and other outdoor activities. In summer, there is more rain.
How much is it going to cost me in Switzerland?
The cost of living is high, though the quality of goods and services is equally high. The average price for one night in a hotel is 120 CHF, and a fixed menu costs from 35 CHF
What are the best areas to stay in Switzerland?
There are quality 4- and 5-star hotels in the centre. Less expensive accommodation can be found in the St. Moritz-Bad neighbourhood. It is advisable to book ahead and in good time. Accommodation can also be found in nearby towns: Champfêr, Pontresina, Silvaplana or Celerina.
How do I get around the city?
The extensive rail and bus services are both recommended. Travel by car is an option, with snow chains in the winter. For the mountain trails there are several options: bicycle, funicular, cable car, chair lift, and gondola lift
What are the opening hours for the shops?
Standard opening hours are: Monday to Friday, 9:00am-12:00 noon and 1:30pm-5:30pm or 7:00pm. Early closing on Saturday, and possibly closed all day on Sunday and Monday.
What are the usual opening and closing times for the restaurants?
Lunch is served from 11:00am to 2:00pm, and evening meal from 6:30pm to 9:30pm, though some restaurants and eateries are open all day. It is not obligatory to leave a tip, as this is included in the bill.
Is it worth going with children?
Most of the sports and activities on offer are suitable for children as they are nature-linked. Some hotels and restaurants cater for children’s needs, with special chairlifts, parks, children’s ski slopes, and family spas.
Is smoking allowed?
Smoking is forbidden in public spaces and work places, which includes restaurants, offices and all forms of transport. It is permitted in dedicated rooms for smokers.
DAY 01: Arrival
• Transfer to hotel
• Overnight stay in Interlaken
DAY 02: Interlaken tour
• Excursion from Interlaken up to the Jungfraujoch- Top of Europe.
• Overnight stay in Interlaken
DAY 03: Rail trip
• Travel from Interlaken to Lucerne
• Overnight stay in Lucerne
DAY 04: Mount Titlis trip
• Excursion to Mount Titlis
• Visit to the mountain monastery village Engelberg anad Titlis Rotair cablecar
• Visit to the glacier cave, ride of the Ice Flyer chairlift
• Titlis Cliff Walk
• Overnight stay in Lucerne.
DAY 05: Departure
• Transfer to the airport
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Switzerland, being a mountainous Central European country, is home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Landlocked between a number of the foremost celebrated and delightful countries like France to its west, Italy to its south, Austria to its east, Republic of Croatia to its southeast and Germany to its north, Switzerland is an exquisite tourist destination in Central Europe. It has a small area of over 41,000 sq. kilometers and despite that, the number of attractions and activities it offers to its visitors is incomparable.
One of the many attention-grabbing facts regarding Switzerland is that there's no set official faith. A number of the cantons in Switzerland recognize churches, which are either the Swiss Reformed Church or the Roman Catholic Church. However, Christianity is a religion that is imperious. You will find Switzerland as a home to four official languages – German, being predominantly spoken, French, Italian and Romansh.
Beauty of Switzerland is inexpressible. Step a foot out of the airport and your mind will start questioning if a place can get any prettier. Just when you think you've gawked at enough beauty for the day, you will pass through innumerable canals and the reminiscing countryside that will restore your faith in good things and life. It is a place which will leave an impact on your mind forever with its glacial mountains, vineyards, glittering lakes, cool restaurants and eateries, some old-school countryside cycling and classic European architecture.The country is also recognized for its ski resorts and hiking trails. Not only that, Swiss watches and chocolates are world renowned.
To know the extreme beauty of this country, you will have to be there to witness it through your own eyes and only then you will know what a piece of art the place is. It is just right there for us to see, feel and experience. It is a destination where life is good!
TOP PLACES TO VISIT TOP THINGS TO DO
The Matterhorn Skiing/Snowboarding
Interlaken Paddleboarding in Lake Geneva
Lucerne Riding Bernina Express
Lake Geneva Wine & Chocolate tasting
St. Moritz Boating near Rhine Falls
Bern Shopping in Zurich & Geneva
The Rhine Falls
USEFUL INFORMATION ABOUT SWITZERLAND
Official languages and time zone
There are four official languages in Switzerland: German, spoken by the majority, French, Romansh and Italian. The time zone is GMT + 1
The official currency is the Swiss Franc (CHF). There are banknotes for the following denominations: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 1,000 CHF. The coins are of 1, 2,and 5 CHF, and of 5, 10, 20, and 50 cents. Many businesses accept euros as well.
Swiss Travel System
For travel by train, bus and boat throughout Switzerland, consult ticket options and prices on the website: There are multiple travel options, with discounts, free entry to museums, or free travel for children.
Travel insurance covering personal accidents and illnesses is recommended, especially if you plan to practise sport
Activate your roaming service with your telephone company and connect to Swisscom, Orange or Sunrise. To phone to Switzerland, the country code is +41. Taxcard© is a prepaid card for calls from public telephone booths: 5, 10, and 20 CHF cards
Police emergency number: 117. Fire Service: 118. Ambulance: 144. General information: 1811. Highway assistance: 140. Avalanche Bulletin: 187. Road conditions: 163.
National holidays throughout Switzerland are Easter, Christmas, New Year and Swiss National Day on 1st August. In addition, there are the local holidays for Canton of Grisons to which St. Moritz belongs.
The water in Switzerland is of excellent quality, drawn from natural sources. The tap water is safe to drink and is even of better quality than bottled water. Water from some of the lakes is safe too, but do consult a local before drinking.
Connecting to the Internet
Many hotels and establishments offer free wifi. There is the option of a daily or monthly subscription to connect to the public WLAN of Swisscom, Sunrise or Monzoon. Connection is also available through portable wifi from 6 CHF/day and through SBB FREE in train stations.
For visitors who stay for less than a month, purchases to a value over 300 CHF qualify for an 8% refund on VAT under the terms of the Global Refund cheque. Application for the refund is made in the country of origin.