Switzerland Tour Package

If you’re planning a European vacation, look no further than our carefully designed Switzerland holiday packages, which include skiing and mountaineering, as well as shopping and a night out in the local restaurants. Switzerland, a mountainous country in Central Europe, is home to the famous Alps Mountain range and numerous lakes, making it a popular European vacation destination.

Is Our Switzerland vacation packages give travellers a wide range of cities to choose from, based on what they want to do, so they can pick the best one for them? Visit this alluring location during your next excursion with us and see how it has a lasting effect on your soul. It’s also possible to look through our Switzerland vacation packages by theme, so you can find the kind of trip you’d like to take. Whether you’re planning your honeymoon and looking for romantic Switzerland Travel packages for couples or simply want to go on an exciting Switzerland trip with pals, IMAD Travel has the perfect trip for you. Whether you’re looking for a short trip or a longer stay, a relaxed stay or an active vacation, whatever your travel style, IMAD Travel has the perfect Switzerland vacation packages for you. Looking for a luxurious vacation? Check out our luxury Switzerland holiday packages, which include the best hotels and other amenities to ensure that you have a relaxing and enjoyable time in the country. To make sure you have a well-planned vacation, our travel experts have put together detailed Switzerland tour plans.

To assist you in preparing for your Switzerland Holidays, we’ve compiled a list of useful suggestions, including the best time to visit Switzerland and activities to do in Switzerland.

Switzerland’s Holiday Tourist Attractions 

Because there are so many places to choose from, it would be hard to list them all. It would depend on what kind of traveller you are. However, here are some ideas for places to visit in Switzerland that you should always go to. They are places that show the true essence of Swiss tourism. 


One of the most popular things to do in Switzerland is go to Mount Titlis, which is near Lucerne. Experience snow and ice in a whole new way at Titlis, which is more than 3000m above sea level. The cable car ride to Titlis, which leaves from Engelberg, is the first part of the trip. At the end, there is a rotating cable car that gives you great views in all directions. People who go up there are sure to have a great time looking out over the snow-covered world. Make sure you have your camera with you when you go out. A visit to Mount Titlis is highly recommended for all types of travellers as part of a Switzerland itinerary.

  1. Jungfraujoch

The Jungfraujoch, at an elevation of 3454 metres above sea level, is appropriately referred to as “the Top of Europe.” Between the summits of Jungfrau and Moench sits this glacier saddle, an alpine observation point. The thrill starts with the train ride here. It’s a cogwheel train, and you’ll get to see a lot of the alpine landscape on your way to Europe’s highest train station, Jungfraujoch. Enjoy 360-degree views of ice and snow from the Jungfraujoch. Check out the Ice Palace and Lindt Swiss chocolate heaven. During the summer, adventure enthusiasts can also attempt alternative activities such as skiing and snowboarding. A visit to Jungfraujoch is widely regarded as the high point of a Switzerland vacation package. If you are considering booking a Switzerland honeymoon package, we propose that you include a visit to the Jungfraujoch in the price of your vacation to Switzerland.

  1. The Swiss Lakes

There are many lakes and mountains in Switzerland, and if you go on vacation there, you must visit some of the most well-known Swiss lakes. The Swiss lakes are some of the best places in Switzerland to see the natural beauty that is so important to people who visit Switzerland. One of the lakes that you could include in your trip to Switzerland is Lake Geneva, which is the largest lake in the country. It’s best to take a cruise on the lake to see everything. People love Lake Lucerne, which is in the middle of the mountains and has beautiful views on all sides. One of the most popular places to visit in Switzerland, the lake has a lot of things to do, like boating, cruises, hiking, and so on.

It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Switzerland to visit Lake Thun, which is located near Interlaken. Enjoy the beautiful alpine scenery, visit the historic lakeside towns like Spiez and Thun, and look out over Oberhofen Castle on a cruise on Lake Thun. Also close by, Lake Brienz, with its unique turquoise-blue water, is worth a visit. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Switzerland. On both sides of the Swiss-Italian border, Lake Lugano is also a great place to visit if you want to visit both Switzerland and Italy on your European trip. It has beautiful views and small lakeside towns.

  1. Lucerne

Lucerne is one of the world’s most beautiful places. A cobalt blue lake surrounded by majestic mountains and a mediaeval charm makes Lucerne one of the most beautiful places in the world to see and hear beautiful music. This beautiful city, with its old wooden bridges, sunny plazas, postcard-perfect houses, and souvenir shops in the old streets, is one of the best places to visit in Switzerland. Because it is known as the “City of Light,” it is truly a fairytale.

  1. Matterhorn

The Matterhorn, an iconic alpine peak near the Swiss-Italian border, is one of Europe’s most photographed landmarks. This summit, which is over 4000m in elevation, is a popular destination for hikers and mountaineers. Visitors visiting Zermatt can enjoy views of this famous mountain as well as the nearby Klein Matterhorn summit. With a cable car, tourists may easily reach the Klein Matterhorn, which is located at the foot of Mount Eiger. Unbeatable views can be seen from the top of the mountain. People can also do different things depending on the weather.

  1. Glacier 3000

Glacier 3000 is one of the best destinations in Switzerland to visit with children, offering a fun-filled day in the snow. The ticket includes access to the Peak Walk, a suspension bridge connecting two summits from which views of the Matterhorn, Jungfrau, and Mont Blanc can be had. Visitors can also take chairlift rides, speed around on the world’s highest toboggan run, and slide around in the snow at the Fun Park, where they can have fun in the snow. If you’re planning a trip to Switzerland with your family, Glacier 3000 should be on your list of places to visit.

  1. Interlaken

In Switzerland, Interlaken is one of the most popular places to go because it has a lot to offer. Interlaken is in the middle of two lakes, Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, and is surrounded by a huge mountain range. Seeing the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau from Interlaken is one of the best parts of a trip to Switzerland. You can also go hiking and skiing there. When it’s cold outside, Interlaken looks like a winter wonderland.

  1. Mount Pilatus

To visit Mt. Pilatus If you plan to visit Lucerne in Switzerland, you must also plan to go to the top of Pilatus. There are two ways to get to this mountain that looks out over Lucerne: by cable car or by riding on a cogwheel train. At the top, there are a lot of walking and hiking trails that lead to different views. This can be a great way to enjoy the scenery. Additionally, there is a terrace overlook from which one can take in panoramic views of Lucerne and the Alps.

  1. Schilthorn

If you’re going to Interlaken while you’re in Switzerland, then one of the best places to take your family is Schilthorn, which is in Switzerland. This stunning Swiss attraction looks out over the Lauterbrunnen valley. High-end digital telescopes give you a view of the surroundings that you’ll never forget. There are also beautiful views from the 30-minute cable car ride. The price includes a visit to the Bond World 007 Museum, where you can live out all your James Bond dreams.

  1. Davos Klosters

If you want to spend a few days in a quiet, beautiful place with your family or with your partner, Davos Klosters is a great place to go in Switzerland. Famous people from all over the world love to go to this family-friendly holiday village. Visitors can go on themed walks, hikes, scooter rides, mountain biking, tobogganing, museum visits, and a lot of other fun things. There is also a lot of urban entertainment, like restaurants and nightlife, to keep everyone in the family happy and excited.

  1. Gstaad

Celebrities from all over the world like to go to the Alpine town of Gstaad in Switzerland for vacation. The town centre has everything a visitor could want, from designer boutiques to cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. In and around the town, there are places like golf courses, ski runs, hiking trails, and mountain biking trails that draw people who like adventure and sports all year long.          

  1. Bernstein, Bernhard

Bern is the cultural centre of Switzerland, and it’s tucked into a sharp bend in the river. It is lined with arcade shopping malls, mediaeval clock towers, and museums dedicated to Albert Einstein and Paul Klee. It also has a lot of art and history. Bern is the perfect mix of luxury and urban comfort, with a dash of history.


If you have an Indian passport and want to go to Switzerland, you need to get a pre-visit visa first. Switzerland is a member of the Schengen Agreement. This means that people from other countries can come to Switzerland. The 26 countries in Europe that make up the Schengen States have agreed to let people move freely across their borders. Those who live in the Schengen countries are from the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Liechtenstein.

If you get a Schengen visa, you can stay for up to 90 days in the same place at the same time. The best time to apply for your visa to Switzerland is 1-2 months before you plan to go to the country. Akbar Travels has a lot of experience getting visas for more than 190 countries. They can help you get a visa for Switzerland.


Switzerland is a great place to visit all year long! During the winter, the peaks of the Alps are covered in snow, but the lowlands and plains stay warm all year. Besides, the best time to visit Switzerland will depend a lot on what you want to do. It doesn’t really matter what time of year you visit Switzerland. The best time is between April and June and September and October, though. For people who like adventure sports, the winter months are better, from December to March. If you want to see ski resorts or just the snow and cosiness of a Swiss chalet in the winter, these are the best months. At ski resorts like Gstaad and St. Moritz, as well as in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, is the little-known but very beautiful Val d’Anniviers, where you can ski, snowboard, and skate in the snow all winter long.


The cost of travel in Switzerland is high, which is why it is often not on the typical European trip. The price of the trip depends on where you go and how you get there. It can be very cheap, or it can cost you a lot. A good travel company can help you cut down on your costs and save money by booking a Switzerland tour package through them. You can get the full Swiss experience without spending your life savings with a little bit of planning and commitment to saving on accommodation, transportation, and leisure. You don’t have to worry about last-minute problems because prices have gone up or there aren’t any more.

If you want to save money, plan your trip to Switzerland in the off-season. October is a good time to find cheap hotels, flights, and other things to do because it’s off-season. Make sure to keep an eye out for our Switzerland package deals for the weekend.


A vacation isn’t complete if you don’t go shopping, and Switzerland has a lot of great places to shop for people who love shopping. Among the things you can buy in Switzerland’s shopping zones are great clothing and accessories. You can also buy gifts, brand products, and so on. Swiss chocolates and Swiss cheese are well-known around the world, and they are sold all over the country. Some other things you can buy in Switzerland are Swiss army knives, clocks, embroidered items, wood carvings, liquors (like Williamine, the best thing you can do with a pear), folklore souvenirs (like music boxes), DDLJ-themed souvenirs, cowbells, and old things.


This is the Swiss franc (CHF). Even though Switzerland is in Europe, it is not a member of the European Union. This means that, on almost all fronts, they don’t want to use the euro. So, if you’re going to Europe, you’ll need to change your money before you go and use the Swiss Franc. Major credit cards are usually accepted in most places, like restaurants and stores, and can be used to buy things.


Switzerland is very organised and has a very good public transportation system. It’s great if you don’t want to drive while you’re here. You can get around by train. Easy to use, on time, and reliable, but not so cheap! If you’re looking for a peaceful vacation, though, driving might not be the best choice. Well-organized highways make it easy to get around, but at peak times, highways get very crowded. A lot of people go to church on Sundays at the same time every day. Buses and trains in Switzerland’s big cities run on time and are very efficient. Expect to pay between $2 and $5 for one trip. Another way to get around is to share a car. BlaBlaCar is a popular ride-sharing service in Switzerland. If you plan to stay for a long time and travel a lot, make sure to get the Swiss Travel Pass, which allows unlimited train travel across the country.


Switzerland has an amazing foodie culture that varies from region to region because of its unique mix of German, French, and Italian food. No trip to Switzerland is complete without trying some of the world’s best cheeses and chocolates. There are a lot of tours that show how cheese and chocolate are made and give people a chance to taste them. Fondue, muesli, raclette, and rösti are some of the most popular Swiss foods.


Switzerland has four national languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh, which is a language of Swiss origin that is spoken in the mountainous area of Graubünden. These four languages make the country more culturally diverse than any other European country. If you don’t speak one of these languages, don’t worry. English is the most common language in cities.


Switzerland is a real playground for thrill-seekers because it has so many different things to do all year long. It’s most popular to do ski-gliding, ice skating, sledging, snowboarding, ice climbing, and snowboarding in the winter. These activities are most popular from January to March. Skiers can go downhill or cross-country at any time of day or night, and at any level. There are a lot of fun things to do here in the summer. You can go hiking and sailing, do water skiing and cycling, climb cliffs, canoe and swim, bungee jump, paraglide, skydive, and so on. Our Switzerland tour package will take you to all of Switzerland’s best adventure spots and give you a chance to indulge in some great adventure sports.


Switzerland is a country that has a lot of different things to do at night, so there’s something for everyone. One of the best things to do in Switzerland is go out at night. There are a lot of clubs, bars, and pubs. You can dance all night, drink fancy drinks, and even ski at night. If you want to go out at night and find some exciting places, Zurich will not let you down. Zürich isn’t just Switzerland’s biggest city; it’s also Switzerland’s nightlife capital, which means it has a lot to offer. As a result, the city has a lot of bars and clubs that have been around for a long time, like Einstein’s favourite cafe. It also has a lot of new “it” places that are always getting attention. With so many different types of music and venues to choose from, tourists will be spoiled for choice.

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Some of Common FAQ

What will be the cost of a trip to Switzerland from India?

A 10-day vacation to Switzerland for one person will cost between INR 200,000 and 250,000, including local tour transport, visa, lodging, sightseeing, and activities.

In Switzerland, do people speak English?

English is the most widely spoken non-national language in Switzerland, with 45 percent of the population speaking it regularly. The German-speaking region of the country has a higher English literacy rate than the Italian- and French-speaking areas.

When is the best time to travel to Switzerland?

Between April and October is the best season to visit Switzerland, while winter sports fans may prefer December to March.

Is there a specific type of power adaptor I'll need for Switzerland?

Types C and J are the two plug types associated with Switzerland. Plug type C has two circular pins, but plug type J has three circular pins. Switzerland uses a 230V voltage level and a 50Hz frequency.

In Switzerland, what is the best currency to use?

The Swiss franc is used to pay for products and services in Switzerland. Most places accept Euro bills, but don't be surprised if you receive Francs in exchange. The majority of major credit and debit cards are accepted.

Mt Titlis or Jungfrau: which is better?

Trübsee at Mt Titlis is definitely a better alternative if you want more diversity in activities (summer or winter). If you want to go climbing after you trek to the peak, the Jungfrau Region's Kleine Scheidegg area has more alternatives.