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8 NIGHTS: Zurich (3N) → Zermatt (2N) → Lucerne (3N)

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6 NIGHTS: Geneva (2N) → Interlaken (2N) → Montreux (2N)

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8 NIGHTS: Zurich (2N) → Lucerne (2N) → Zermatt (2N) → Interlaken (2N)

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10 NIGHTS: Zurich (2N) → Zermatt (2N) → Lausanne (2N) → Lugano (2N) → Lucerne (2N)

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9 NIGHTS: Paris (2N) → Lucerne (3N) → Zermatt (3N) → Zurich (1N)

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10 NIGHTS: Geneva (2N) → Lucerne (2N) → Montreux (2N) → Zermatt (2N) → Interlaken (2N)

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9 NIGHTS: Paris (3N) → Lucerne (4N) → Zurich (2N)

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12 NIGHTS: Geneva (2N) → Lucerne (2N) → Lugano (2N) → Lausanne (2N) → Zermatt (2N) → Interlaken (2N)

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12 NIGHTS: Geneva (2N) → Lucerne (2N) → Zurich (2N) → Montreux (2N) → Zermatt (2N) → Interlaken (2N)

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13 NIGHTS: Paris (4N) → Strasbourg (3N) → Nice (2N) → Split (1N) → Zagreb (1N) → Zurich (2N)

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Picture Switzerland. Chocolate factories, spectacular snow covered alps, medieval castles, ski resorts, yes we get the picture. Switzerland is India's all time favourite holiday destination for a long time. Ever since Bollywood made this county its preferred film shooting destination, Switzerland holidays for Indians have become a must do.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to visit Switzerland?
Switzerland is one of the most popular tourist destinations for obvious reasons. The snow-capped peaks, the beautiful vistas, unlimited snow sports are unmissable. Or if it's just leisure you're looking at, you can always relax by a roaring bonfire with a mug of world-famous Swiss hot chocolate or cheese fondue in hand. To get the best of Switzerland, you just have to make sure that you’re touring during the right time. Our experts have researched on the best time to visit Switzerland, read on to know more! Switzerland is perennially good to go anytime, June - August is the best time to be here, given all activities are available. If you want to try out winter sports and want to experience winter here, January & February are the months for you.
What is the ideal stay duration for a Switzerland tour?
While there are about twenty-six cantons here in Switzerland, exploring just two top cities like Bern and Zermatt would take anywhere between 5 - 6 days.
What is the Switzerland Tourist Visa process for Indians?
You will require a Schengen Visa ( tourist visa ) to visit Switzerland. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Europe for 3 months. It takes around 15 working days for Visa to get processed from the embassy's end. Pickyourtrail's visa success rate is 99% so a hassle-free Visa process is guaranteed. For Schengen Visa, our visa experts will get in touch with you to initiate the complete process once you make your first payment. You will also have access to our mobile app where you will get timely updates on your visa processing.
What are the main regions of the country worth exploring?
Bern, Zermatt, Lucerne, Zurich, Interlaken, Geneva and Montreaux are definite must-adds to your Switzerland itinerary. With these places, you catch a glimpse of both Switzerland's glitzy cities and its rustic alpine landscapes.
Which currency should I use in Switzerland?
You should carry your money in Swiss franc. Euro is also accepted but in very few places. For longer stays, it is better to carry Swiss franc.
How reliable is the public transport in Switzerland?
Switzerland is home to one of the world's best public transport system. The rail system is not only well-connected and salient but offers panoramic views of mountains and alpine valleys nearby. The Swiss Rail Pass lets you access everything from trains to buses to boats and even cable cars.
What are the most scenic Switzerland train tours?to take here?
The railway isn't just an impeccably connected way to travel inside Switzerland. It is also a brilliant way to access the country's best views. Bernina and the Glacier Express are two train journeys that you absolutely must take while there.