Zurich is the gateway to the Alps and the ideal departure point for discovering Switzerland: whether Mt. Titlis, Mt. Rigi, Mt. Pilatus, the Jungfraujoch, or Interlaken – the possibilities offered by a private guided excursion are boundless. With tailor-made half-day or full-day excursions, the guest decides where the journey should lead.
Take a look at these examples – or ask our competent staff for advice.
Mt. Titlis is the closest glacier to Zurich. The excursion takes you by coach and gondola up to an altitude of 3,020 meters (9,908 ft) above sea level. On the outward or return journey, it is well worth stopping off in the picturesque city of Lucerne, with its historical Chapel Bridge.
In summer, you can travel up Mt. Pilatus on the steepest cogwheel railway in the world, guaranteeing an unforgettable mountain experience. In winter, gondolas take you up to the top station. Located to the south of Lucerne, it is also worth taking a detour to this picturesque city.
Zurich’s Old Town, with its churches and guild houses, has an eventful and impressive history. Combined with a trip up the local mountain, the Uetliberg, an excursion here gives guests a good first impression of the city on Lake Zurich.
The largest waterfall in Europe treats visitors to a magnificent natural spectacle. And on an optional boat trip, guests can feel the power of the falls and the spray of the water on their faces at close quarters. The pretty towns of Stein am Rhein or Schaffhausen can be visited on the outward or return journey.