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10 Days 9 Nights

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Interlaken (2N) – Lucerne (2N) – Venice (2N) – Florence (1N) – Rome (2N)

We, IMAD Travel like to present, popular Switzerland Italy Vacation Package of 10 Days 9 Nights, which will give our tourist to explore mountain scenery, sparkling lakes, the Stanserhorn, visit Mt. Titlis, The lagoon.

Italy is a southern European country having boot-shaped border lines that extend through into Mediterranean Sea. Italy is known for its tourism, art cities, and breathtaking scenery. It is also well-known for opera, fashion, and high-end brands.

Switzerland is known for its countless lakes, towns, and Alps’ high peaks. include mediaeval quarters, such the Zytglogge clock tower in Bern and the wooden chapel bridge in Lucerne. In this 10 Days, 9-nights Switzerland Italy tour package visitor get to stay, famous cities, Interlaken, Lucerne, Venice, Florence, Rome

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  • Mt Stanserhorn Excursion
  • Lake Lucerne Cruise
  • Mt Titlis ticket
  • Venice Islands: Murano, Burano & Torcello
  • Pisa & The Leaning Tower
  • Rome City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off.

Day 1, Arrival in Switzerland - Interlaken
Day 1, Arrival in Switzerland - Interlaken

Welcome to Switzerland. The alpine nation you've seen in movies and read about since you were a child! Board your train from Zurich to Interlaken, known for its spectacular mountain scenery, sparkling lakes, and folklore traditions. Using your Swiss pass (unlimited access to Swiss public transport), take the train to Interlaken. Check-in upon arrival and the rest of the day at leisure. Overnight Interlaken.

Day 2, Interlaken – Visit to Stanserhorn
Day 2, Interlaken – Visit to Stanserhorn

Following breakfast, travel to Stans, the starting point for a trip up the Stanserhorn by the funicular and cable car. There are two decks on the CabriO cable vehicle. The upper deck is open and provides a fantastic photo opportunity. Interlaken overnight

1. First, there's Grindelwald. For your first adventure, take the train to Grindelwald. The Grindelwald First Lift is a three-stage chair lift that was previously Europe's longest. The snow-capped Alpine peaks are reflected inside the blue, crystal-clear waterways. A Grindelwald-First-Aerial Gondola Ride is included in the ticket, as well as your choice of two additional activities. The Very First Flyer 2. The Glider's First Flight 3. A sled for the mountains Trotti Bike is the fourth bike on the list. After breakfast, go to Stans, the starting point for a funicular and cable car ride up the Stanserhorn. After breakfast, go to Stans, the starting point for a funicular and cable car ride up the Stanserhorn.

2. Take a train to Interlaken early in the morning and pay a small fee to keep your bags at the station. You arrive at Grindelwald after a picturesque train ride through the alps, where you board a spectacular cogwheel train to the top. Standing 3,454 metres 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.

Day 3, Interlaken - Lucerne
 Day 3, Interlaken - Lucerne

Today, after breakfast, check out and proceed to Lucerne, a picturesque old town that can easily be explored on foot. Board the Luzern–Interlaken Express, which has an hourly frequency. Travel on the scenic Golden Pass Line through Brunig Pass.
Arriving in Lucerne after 2 hours, reach the hotel, keep your luggage, and return to Lucerne Station for the Lake Lucerne Cruise: Right next to the station, proceed to the cruise pier.

The sailboat trip on Lake Lucerne is included in our Swiss ticket. The scenery, inland navigational features, and historic landmarks strewn along the seashore will all captivate you. Take a bit of fresh air from the outside deck. You got an adrenaline rush from the mountain peaks, and now the cruise will help you relax! Take a leisurely stroll down the antique and wooden Kappelbrucke (Chapel bridge) in the evening, and visit the famous Napoleon-era Lion Monument (a large dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond, built as a memorial for the Swiss soldiers). Lucerne overnight.

Day 4, Lucerne
Day 4, Lucerne

To visit Mt. Titlis, take a 45-minute rail ride to Engelberg. TITLIS Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car, glacier cave, TITLIS Cliff Walk, Europe's highest suspension bridge, and TITLIS glacier park are all part of the TITLIS glacier park. You return to Lucerne in the evening. Stay in Lucerne for the night.

Day 5, Lucerne – Venice
Day 5, Lucerne – Venice

Leave Lucerne and take a train to Venice. Known as the "Floating City" for its famed canals, The lagoon and a part of the city are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Overnight Venice.

Day 6, Venice
Day 6, Venice

This tour brings visitors towards the islands of Venice, which are known not only for their handicrafts: Murano because of its glass production, Burano for its lace, and Torcello, the jewel of an island where the first cathedral in Venice was built. Venice for the night.

Day 7, Venice – Florence
Day 7, Venice – Florence

Leaving Rome, catch the train to Florence. Several treasures of Renaissance art and architecture may be found in Florence, the capital of Italy's Tuscany province. A few of the world's finest artistic treasures are housed in its museums, palaces, and churches.

Arrive in Florence and then proceed for a half-day tour of Pisa from Florence, giving you the opportunity to enjoy the city of one of Italy's symbols.We start our excursion with a walk along the Medieval walls, up to the old entrance gate: Porta Santa Maria.

You'll be standing in front of a one-of-a-kind view: Piazza dei Miracoli, with its marble buildings and well-kept green fields. The Baptistery, the Monumental Graveyard, and, lastly, the world-famous Leaning Tower can all be seen from the outside. Florence for the night.

Day 8, Florence – Rome
Day 8, Florence – Rome

Leaving Florence, travel to Rome. Rome is recognised for its architecture, delicious cuisine, breathtaking scenery, and breathtaking views. It is Italy's most populous city and is known for the ancient Roman Empire, the Seven Hills, La Dolce Vita (the sweet life), the Vatican City, as well as the Three Coins in the Fountain. Get in and relax for the rest of the day. Extended stay in Rome.

Day 9, Rome
Day 9, Rome

Continue your exploration of "the eternal city" of Rome with a 24-hour hop-on-hop-off pass after breakfast. The Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum, and the Trevi Fountain are just a few of the incredible places you'll visit. Why not go shopping at one of Rome's various boutiques later in the afternoon? The evening provides the ideal time to enjoy the city's delectable Italian cuisine in Trastevere, a charming neighbourhood full of tiny local eateries. Overnight stay in Rome.

Optional Tour: Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel

In the Vatican City, the Vatican Museums are public art and sculpture museums. The Sistine Chapel is a chapel in Vatican City's Apostolic Palace, which is the pope's official home.

Day 10, Depart Rome

Following breakfast, leave out and get a private transfer to Rome Airport.

  • 9 nights’ Accommodation
  • Swiss Travel Pass 2nd class 4 consecutive days
  • Private transfer from Hotel - Rome Airport
  • Lucerne to Venice - 2nd class Train Ticket
  • Venice to Florence - 2nd class Train Ticket
  • Florence to Rome - 2nd class Train Ticket
  • Mt Stanserhorn Excursion
  • Lake Lucerne Cruise
  • Mt Titlis ticket
  • Venice Islands: Murano, Burano & Torcello shared basis
  • Pisa & The Leaning Tower on Seat in Coach Basis
  • Rome City Sightseeing Hop on Hop off, 24hrs
  • Airfare and Airport taxes
  • Visa
  • Insurance
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Optional activities
  • Expenses of Personal nature
  • Any other service not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Portage
  • Tips to Driver & guide
  • Taxes applicable

10 Days 9 Nights


Florence (1N)
Interlaken (2N)
Lucerne (2N)
Rome (2N)
Venice (2N)

Tour's Location

Is it possible for me to use the euro in Switzerland?
Most places accept Euro bills, but don't be surprised if you receive Francs instead. The use of major credit and debit cards is common.
Is English a common language in Switzerland?
English is the most widely spoken non-national language in Switzerland, with 45 percent of the people speaking it often.
Which month would be the best to visit 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?
In Switzerland, as in much of Europe, the voltage is 230V/50 Hz. Type C (2-pin) and Type J (3-pin) plugs are used in Switzerland.
What does Switzerland have a famous for?
Switzerland is famous for its ski resorts, lakes, chocolate, and cheese, among other things. The Alp mountains provide the ideal environment for Swiss farmers to raise cows and manufacture cheese and chocolate.


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