When you take Switzerland’s name, all the memories of Bollywood songs, Shahrukh and Aishwarya, Amitabh and Rakhee come to your mind. Yash Chopra has made the land famous for us Indians. The scenic mountains, the world-famous Swiss cheese, and chocolate and just the serene calm of nature coax you into coming and visiting this paradise. Switzerland tour package consists of packages especially for honeymoon couples as well as families. Read more...
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Switzerland is well connected with India via flights. There are direct flights to Zurich and Geneva from all the major airports in the country like Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai. A direct flight will be much costlier than an indirect one, but you will reach in 7 hours flat. The intermediate airports are Dubai, Heathrow, Paris, Stuttgart. The flight prices to Switzerland shoot up during spring season from April onwards hence it is nice to book your tickets well in advance to avoid paying more.
Best time to visit Switzerland
The best time to visit Switzerland is during the months of Feb until June and also from September until October.
Winters in Switzerland are freezing in December, January, and February. You can visit this beautiful country during these months only if you are an avid fan of winter sports. During April-May, most high ski resorts would have closed, and its springtime in Switzerland means that all the hiking trails will be open. By June summer is in full flow and daylight will be from 5:30 till 21:30 the cable cars will be open, and you can enjoy the enthralling beauty of the mountains. September is considered as the best month for high altitude hiking, and first signs of fall are seen with the leaves changing colour. By October winter will start to descend as cable cars, and high altitude hiking trails will be closed.
Must-Visit Places in Switzerland
All Switzerland tours inevitably have Zurich as a part of their itinerary. Zurich is not only the largest city but also a global financial hub, but don’t consider it as a boring city. Zurich is one of the most livable cities in the world. The places not to miss in Zurich are Grossmünster church, Swiss National Museum, and Lindenhof square. If you are an art connoisseur, then you will have ample fun visiting the city’s more than 100 art galleries and 50 museums.
The Rhine Falls
Switzerland houses the Rhine falls which is Europe’s largest waterfall. Located at the northernmost town of Schaffhausen, the fall is 150 meters wide you can either watch the magnificence of the falls from nearby viewing decks or if you have an appetite for adventure, then you can see the falls in a boat. You can watch fireworks if you get there on the 1 st of August which is the Swiss national day.
The town of Lucerne captures the serene beauty of Switzerland. Any Tour package in Switzerland is incomplete without this town. You can click photos near the postcard lakes of this beautiful town or take a ride to the neighbouring Mt Pilatus or Mt Rigi.
If you want to experience the world-famous Swiss Alps, then this is the place to visit, while in Jungfrau most swiss tours start from the town of Interlaken which is situated between two lakes and is a quiet place to get lost in your thoughts while time flies by.
The locals called it “Lem an” or Large water, the reason? Because it is the largest lake in central Europe with an area spanning 582 square kilometres. The picturesque lake is surrounded by vineyards which produce the world famous Swiss wine. If you get bored by nature, then you can always visit the city of Geneva which is home to around 200 international organisations you are bound to find a multicultural and sophisticated crowd in its happening discos.
Things to do in Switzerland
In Interlaken, you can enjoy water sports like white water rafting and canoeing, and if you want to feel the fresh Swiss air, you can opt for paragliding. In Lake Geneva, you can do paddle boarding, the favorite American sport. In this water sport, you stand upright on a surfboard and use the paddle to explore the water, if paddle boarding is not your thing you can always opt for windsurfing on Lake Geneva.
Dinner at Zurich’s Sky bar
Eden Au Lac’s Sky Bar is a perfect way to end your evening in Zurich. The diner offers a spectacular view of the city and sips lovely swiss wine while you whisper lovely words amidst cool breeze of the swiss alps.
Visit Zurich’s lakeside promenade
Best tour packages in Switzerland have in their itinerary a walk on the promenade of Zurich. Take this walk with your soulmate and know why Switzerland is called as the most romantic place in the world. Locals come here to walk, cycle, skate or relax. Enjoy local street artists while they display their art of chalk drawings, buy some jewellery which is hand made at the small street stalls or enjoy the view, the breeze and the company of your partner.
Want to spend the best 4 hours in Switzerland ? then hop on to the Bernina express. The train is the best way to engulf the natural beauty of the Swiss Alps into your senses. The train Journey’s from Davos in Switzerland to Poschiavo in Switzerland going through Tirano in Italy.
Food to try in Switzerland
Swiss wines derived from the finest quality grapes which have breathed in the fresh mountain air of swiss alps are considered to be one of the best in the world. You can always sip the wine, fresh from vineyards located all over the country.
Do not forget to Indulge your senses into the world’s best chocolates while you are here. This is the origin of milk chocolates and hence won’t disappoint you. While NRI ’S all over the world brings back chocolates, your relatives will remember you when you bring back home made swiss chocolates.
While in Switzerland you must try the famous Swiss cheese. The type of cheese available varies as per season; you can find the Vacherin Mont D’Or during September- April season. This velvety soft cheese is made from cow’s milk and is found mainly in villages of Jura. Locals eat it with white wine and garlic with warm boiled potatoes during winter.
Tartiflette is a dish made from Reblochon cheese, a speciality available in all the ski resorts of Switzerland. The delicious dish is a combination of potatoes ever so thinly sliced, onions with caramel and smoky bacon.
Festivals celebrated in Switzerland
The Swiss celebrate their festivals with much aplomb. The major festivals to look out for are the Grindelwald world snow festival, International balloon festival, Basel Fasnacht, Interlaken classics music festival, Locarno International film festival, Easter, Christmas and many more.