7 Days 6 Nights
Paris (2N) – Lucerne (3N) – Zurich (1N)
One of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations will be featured. This package includes a tour to Paris and Switzerland. On this 7-day, 6-night Paris-Swiss vacation, you will spend 2 days in Paris and 4 days in Switzerland in two different cities.
Romatic City Paris is a popular once-in-a-lifetime travel destination. You can not only enjoy romance in Paris, but also explore the Louvre Museum, climb Mt. Titlis in Lucerne, enjoy the freezing cold weather in Grindelwald, and so much more with the Paris-Swiss holiday package. With IMAD Travel, you can enjoy this customized itinerary.
Welcome to Paris, France's capital. Upon arrival, greet our driver and take a private transfer to your hotel. The streets of Paris, often known as the "City of Light" or the "City of Love," are brimming with culture, art, beauty, and history. The rest of the day is yours to do whatever you choose. Stroll all along Seine and the Champs Elysees, stopping at a café along the way. Paris for the night.
After breakfast, take a Seat in Coach tour of Paris, which includes a Seine River Cruise and tickets to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower. On this one-of-a-kind tour, see the most prominent tourist attractions and monuments in Paris. This tour includes a visit to the Eiffel Tower's 2nd floor for magnificent overlooking the city, a panoramic city tour by coach, and an hour-long boat ride on the Seine. Why just not tour the Latin Quarter through your own in the evening, which is known for its lively atmosphere and bistros? Paris for the night.
1) Louvre Museum: Maybe make a visit to the Louvre to see the Mona Lisa. The Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman is certainly worth visiting if you want to go shopping in Paris.
2) Visit a Paris cabaret, such as the Lido, in the evening.
After breakfast, check out and proceed to the station to board a train to Basel, where you will change trains to Lucerne. It has a lovely historic town that may be easily explored on foot. (The Swiss Travel Pass is valid from Basel onwards and covers travel on Swiss public transportation, including trains, buses, and boats.) Lucerne for the night.
Catch the morning train to Engelberg to see Mt. Titlis today. TITLIS Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car, glacier cave, TITLIS Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge, and TITLIS glaciers park are among the attractions of TITLIS. Come to Lucerne in the afternoon and proceed to the pier just across from the station. The boat excursion on Lake Lucerne is included in your Swiss ticket.
The beauty, inland navigational attractions, and historical sites strewn along the seashore will all captivate you. Take a breath of fresh air on the outside deck. In the evening, take a leisurely stroll over the old and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge), where you can see the famous Napoleon-era Lion Monument - a massive dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond, created as a tribute for Napoleon.
Following breakfast, go to Stans, the starting point for the funicular and cable car rides up the mountain to The Stanserhorn. The cable car, known as Cabrio, has two levels. The top level is open to the public and provides a fantastic photo opportunity. Lucerne for the night.
Optional: Grindelwald First
For your "First" excursion, take a train towards the village of Grindelwald. The Grindelwald First Lift is a three-staged chair lift that was originally Europe's longest. The snow-capped Alpine peaks are mirrored in the turquoise, crystal-clear waters of Lake Bachalpsee. Grindelwald - First - aerial gondola ride plus your choice of two activities are included in the price. 1. Create the First Flyer 2. The Glider 3. A mountain sled Trotti Bike is number four.
After breakfast, take the train to Zurich. Zurich, Switzerland's financial capital and home to FIFA's headquarters, is a hive of action day and night, with innumerable activities, diverse museums, its own cuisine fest, and Switzerland's most active nightlife. Get into your hotel once you arrive in Zurich. After that, take the train to Schaffhausen to experience Europe's most powerful waterfall. The Rhine Falls are the most powerful waterfall in Europe, and they are located in Switzerland. On the High Rhine, on the border between the cantons of Schaffhausen and Zürich, the waterfall is located. Zurich overnight
Take early train to Interlaken and pay a small locker fee to retain your bags at the station. Arrive in Grindelwald after a picturesque train ride over the alps, where you will board a spectacular cogwheel train to the top. Standing 3,454 meters above sea level on the Jungfraujoch, you can tell right once that you're in a different universe. It's one you have to see for yourself.
After meals, check out and take a shuttle transport to the airport.
Mt Titlis is a truly unique area with a lot to offer: breathtaking vistas, exhilarating experiences, and a wide range of activities to choose from at any time of year.
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.
If you are travelling Switzerland in your own car and/or like to spend more time in the Alps, Lucerne is indeed a better place to stay than Zurich.
More than 500 museums in Switzerland are included in the Swiss Travel Pass, including the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Château de Chillon, and the Ballenberg Swiss Open-Air Museum.
You should set aside at least 3-4 hours for the complete titlis tour.
During April and October is indeed the best season to visit Switzerland, while winter sports fans may prefer December to March.