Switzerland is a very much small as a country that sits right in the middle of the Alps, making for a 360- degree scenery wherever a person finds themselves around. Many lakes also added to the perfect postcard look of this country, whose most popular citizen may have been the imaginary Heidi. From the river banks to Bucolic alpine meadows, Switzerland is the city that has all of it
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Explore Zurich aboard a comfortable coach. The sites you will be passing include the castle-like National Museum, shopping avenue Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich’s financial district, Zurich Opera House and more. Enjoy a photo stop at “Enge” port where you’ll have a fantastic view of Lake Zurich. With the view from all these, you will forget all your tiring feelings from being jet lagged.
Known as the Dolderbahn, the cogwheel train is an excellent way to travel uphill into the “Zürichberg” district where you can find the regal Grand Hotel Dolder. Along the way, catch superb views of the city, the lake, and the snow-topped Alps.
Continue on to the university quarter where you’ll see the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) where Albert Einstein was a student and a professor. Enjoy a walk through Old Town and spot Europe’s largest clock face and Marc Chagall’s famous stained glass windows
It’s market day in Lausanne! Enjoy browsing and packing a picnic lunch for our 11 a.m. boat cruise on Lake Geneva. A few miles down-shore we’ll dock at Château de Chillon, where we’ll have a guided tour of this delightfully medieval castle on the water. On our way back we’ll take time to peek into the vineyards surrounding Lutry before returning to Lausanne. Boat: 2 hrs. Bus: 1 hr. Walking: moderate.
On the fifth day, the tour ends. You will certainly feel sad to leave the city, after all, you already must have been in a soulful relationship with it after the mesmerizing tour. But we all have to leave when it is time.