Tops of Switzerland
- Jungfraujoch, Grindelwald or Wengen, Kleine Scheidegg
- Brünig Express, Lake Lucerne cruise, Kriens to Pilatus
- Tour Details
- Optional Tours
- Departure Date
Day 1 : Arrive Interlaken Arrival in Interlaken by train 2nd class from the Swiss border or any Swiss airport. Overnight in Interlaken.
Day 2 : Interlaken Excursion from Interlaken up to the Jungfraujoch – Top of Europe. From Interlaken Ost The train takes you via Grindelwald or Wengen to the Kleine Scheidegg at the foot of the famous Eiger North Wall. The Jungfrau Railway takes you up to the Jungfraujoch – at 3454 m/11'333 ft the highest railway station in Europe. Breathtaking views of the Aletsch Glacier, the longest glacier in the Alps. Overnight in Interlaken.
Day 3 : Interlaken - Lucerne Rail trip by Brünig Express from Interlaken to Lucerne (panoramic seats in 1st class only). Overnight in Lucerne.
Day 4 : Lucerne Lake Lucerne cruise from Lucerne to Alpnachstad, then up to the Pilatus 2132 m/7000 ft by the steepest cogwheel railway in the world (from May/June to November, during winter you take the bus from Lucerne to Kriens and further with a panoramic gondola from Kriens to Pilatus). Time at leisure. Overnight in Lucerne.
Day 5 : Depart Lucerne Return to Swiss border or airport for flight back to home.
- Swiss Transfer Ticket Tops of Switzerland (5 transfers) incl. excursions Jungfraujoch and Pilatus in 2nd class from/to Swiss border or airport
- 2 nights in Interlaken, room, bath or shower/WC, breakfast
- 2 nights in Zermatt, room, bath or shower/ WC, breakfast
- Any additional tickets for optional excursions to travel by rail, boat, postal-coaches and cable cars can be purchased at 25- 50% of the regular fares
- Airfare & Airport Taxes Excluded.
- Meals other than those listed in Inclusions.
- Any Extra activities, Guide, Camera fee charges etc.
- Drinks, tips, laundry, porterage, telephone calls & expenses of personal nature.
- Peak season/Convention period surcharges extra.
- Visa Cost
- Travel Insurance
- Any other services not mentioned in Inclusions