The Ultimate Guide to explore top destinations in Switzerland

How to get to Switzerland

The simplest and most practical way to start your excursions in this lovely nation is by flying into Switzerland. Your best option if you intend to stick to this exact Switzerland itinerary is to arrive at Zurich International Airport and start your trip to Switzerland from there.

DAY 1: Zurich To Lucerne

This Switzerland itinerary’s first leg starts in Zurich. We advise taking a morning train from Zurich International Airport or Zurich Hauptbahnhof Train Station to Lucerne, which is only a short hour away.

Day 2: Lucerne To     Interlaken

The Lauterbrunnen Valley, popularly known as The Valley Of 72 Waterfalls, is located in Interlaken, a place to base oneself when visiting. Interlaken serves as the entrance to the Jungfrau Region.

Day 3: Interlaken To Montreux

On the third day of your tour, leave your accommodation early and head to Interlaken East Station to board a train headed to Montreux.

Day 4 & 5: Montreux To Zermatt

Take the train from Montreux to Zermatt to continue. This train ride, which lasts around two hours and thirty minutes, travels through scenic farmlands, immense mountain ranges, and deep valleys.

Day 6: Zermatt To St. Moritz

One of the most beautiful train rides in the world, the Glacier Express connects Zermatt and St. Moritz with an incredible eight-hour journey across the Swiss Alps.

Day 7: St. Moritz

On the very eastern tip of Switzerland sits the picturesque city of St. Moritz.

Day 8: St. Moritz To Zurich

Depending on your connection, the journey’s final stage takes three to four hours by train from St. Moritz to Zurich.