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Discover Switzerland’s peaks and urban gems in this fully-guided bus tour. Dive into its fusion of cultures passing by Swiss German, Italian and French-speaking cantons and stop by one of the most famous chocolate factories.

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Vacations to Switzerland

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Are you planning a Switzerland trip with your family, partner, or alone? Do you want to explore charming towns, beautiful mountains, and scenic lakes?

There’s so much more to Switzerland than the breathtaking views and delicious chocolates. A world of snow-capped mountains and adventurous skiing is just a flight away. 

There’s no need to worry about hotel accommodation, flights, tours, or transfers when booking a Switzerland tour with us. Exoticca’s vacation packages include these essentials and much more.

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As you plan your Switzerland trip, consider what cities you may want to visit and activities you might enjoy. Most people recognize this picturesque country for its magnificent mountains and spectacular lakes, of which there are approximately 1,700.

If tranquility or natural beauty doesn’t appeal to you, perhaps a shopping excursion is more up your alley. Switzerland vacation packages include cities with panoramic views, quintessential cafes, and irresistible shops.

Choose a tour that includes a train excursion to view the various landscapes. This is the best way to see the Swiss Alps, a variety of vineyards, and other sites that will leave you speechless.

Top points of interest in Switzerland

There are lots of sights to see when visiting this enchanting country. Consider checking out the places below on your Switzerland trip.


Zurich is the financial hub of Switzerland and one of the largest cities in the country. It’s also among the most preferred holiday destinations in the world.

Take a walk or enjoy a picnic on the banks of Lake Zurich on your trip to Switzerland. Many boats and ferries have excursions on this body of water, and in summer, you may even find some locals enjoying a refreshing dip.

If you enjoy art and history, the museums will captivate your attention. The Museum of Art, also known as the Kunsthaus Zurich, houses an extensive collection of Swiss art. The Swiss National Museum, on the other hand, has an extensive selection of historical artifacts. 

There’s an assortment of sights in Old Town, including churches and cathedrals. Your Switzerland trip won’t be complete without some shopping, so don’t miss out on a visit to the Bahnhofstrasse shopping boulevard

After sunset, this area comes alive with its multiple bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Put on your dancing shoes and immerse yourself in the nightlife.


Located on the edge of Lake Lucerne, tourists describe this city as mystical and fit for a postcard with its medieval architecture. It’s a must-visit on most tours to Switzerland.

Lucerne is known as the heart of the country, as it’s in the center of Switzerland. The city’s surrounding mountains and impressive buildings will leave any traveler captivated. 

When visiting Lucerne, Chapel Bridge should be at the top of your list of things to see. It’s hard not to be mesmerized by the museums, music festivals, concerts, and stunning boutiques.


Geneva is located on the shores of Lake Geneva and should be part of your itinerary when planning a tour to Switzerland. Besides being the second largest city in this beautiful country, it also boasts luxurious chocolates, the finest watches, and exquisite jewelry

Geneva is ripe with outdoor activities you can add to your Switzerland tour package. In summer, there’s paragliding and mountain biking, while in winter, you can enjoy some skiing. 

Other options include a cultural expedition, a tour of all the famous eateries, or a view of the incredible landscape.


If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, don’t forget to include Interlaken in your Switzerland trip. Known as the adventure capital of Switzerland, the region’s activities include skydiving, bungee jumping, river rafting, and many others.

Situated in a valley, there are endless green meadows and stunning landscapes in Interlaken. The multiple railways and cable cars easily help you navigate the mountains and reach the desired height in search of ski slopes.

If your Switzerland tour package includes kids, consider a visit to the Adventure Park. Here, young adventurers can enjoy zip lining, swings, tree top courses, and more.

Book your trip to Switzerland with Exoticca


Whether you’re traveling alone or with others, looking for tranquility or an adventure, Exoticca has something just for you. Now that you’ve discovered the places of interest, let’s have a look at what our Switzerland tour packages have to offer.

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If you’re excited to start planning your Switzerland trip but unsure where to start, look no further than Exoticca. We have vacation packages that will make your holiday as stress-free as possible.

Our all-inclusive packages provide flights, transfers, and accommodation. Some packages also include some meals. We craft a detailed itinerary that contains all your activities, leaving you to relax and have fun.

Switzerland trips partially or fully guided

When selecting a Switzerland tour package from the USA, you can choose between a partially or fully guided tour. If you prefer exploring the natural beauty and experiencing Swiss life on your own, then the partially guided tour is for you.

If you don’t want to miss out on any of the hidden gems Switzerland has, opt for a fully guided tour. We work with experienced local guides who will gladly show you all the interesting sights, with interactive commentary to allow you to appreciate your surroundings more. 

Whatever you choose, we can design an itinerary that allows you to fully benefit from Switzerland’s amazing sights with the desired flexibility.

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Exoticca takes care to craft every detail of your tour to your preference to make your Switzerland trip as special as possible.

Our travel agents meticulously put together an itinerary that best suits each traveler, providing you with a memorable holiday. From the mountainous landscapes to the beautiful lakes and a range of premium Swiss products, you won’t leave disappointed.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to tour Switzerland?


Anytime is a good time for a tour of Switzerland, but for great weather, visit from April to June or September to October. There are also fewer tourists during these periods.

What attracts visitors to Switzerland?


The stunning landscape is by far Switzerland's main attraction. The majestic mountains and placid lakes’ beauty is indescribable. Add shopping, chocolates, and delectable cheeses, and touring Switzerland is not to be missed.

How many days is enough to see Switzerland?


You can get a broad overview of the country in 5–7 days, but to discover some of the hidden beauty and splendor, you may need up to two weeks in Switzerland.

Is Switzerland cheap to tour?


Switzerland is one of the richest countries in the world, so it can get quite expensive to tour. The most expensive aspect of the vacation would be accommodation, whereas some train tickets include free museum entry.

What is the most visited city in Switzerland?


There are many popular cities, each with its own unique charm. Zurich is among the most popular ones. It’s the financial capital of Switzerland and offers luxury shopping, great food, interesting museums, and outdoor activities.

What are the main things to do on Switzerland trips?


Depending on which time of the year you’re planning a trip to Switzerland, you can enjoy activities like skiing, hiking, paragliding, shopping, and cultural excursions.

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A small country, known for its breathtaking Swiss Alps, a trip to Switzerland is the chance to experience some of the most pristine landscapes in Europe. Landlocked by France, Austria, Germany, Italy and Liechtenstein, this small country is a major skiing and winter sports destination. 

Nevertheless, if you visit Switzerland you’ll also find it’s the perfect choice for a cultural trip. Switzerland is home to a unique fusion of European influences, combining French, German and Italian culture. Therefore, a tour of Switzerland reveals a unique travel destination where you can experience a wealth of European culture in one, compact country.

Not just snow-capped mountains and glacial lakes, Switzerland is home to several cosmopolitan cities, such as the capital of Bern, idyllic Geneva, Germanic Basel and the financial centre of Zurich. Whilst the Alps, Jura Mountains and Bernese Highlands dominate the country, the population of Switzerland is concentrated in the Swiss Plateau. 

Switzerland vacation allows you to experience both quaint Alpine traditions in authentic timber villages and soak up the atmosphere of some of the most wealthy destinations on earth. As one of the richest countries, a trip to Switzerland can be a little expensive, but don’t forget: nature is free, and the jaw-dropping landscapes are more than worth it!

Switzerland is a year-round travel destination, whether you’re skiing in the winter or prefer hiking and biking once the pastures turn emerald green in the summer. Geneva, Basel and Bern are travel destinations in their own right, offering a rich array of sightseeing opportunities including ancient cathedrals, Roman ruins and medieval architecture. 

History of Switzerland

Like much of Europe, Switzerland’s history is a story of conquerors, invasions and independence. The territory of Switzerland came under the Roman Empire in the early centuries, and you can see the remnants of this era at the 2nd-century Augusta Raurica amphitheatre and archaeological site near Basel if you take a tour of Switzerland. By the late medieval period, following the 1291 Federal Charter, the Old Swiss Confederacy was established, an agreement between small states within the Holy Roman Empire which would become a precursor to modern Switzerland. 

Following the Peace of Westphalia in 1648, Switzerland became an independent state and has been a unified nation ever since. Switzerland is well-known for its neutrality and has not fought in an international war since 1815, following the Napoleonic Wars. 

In modern times, Switzerland remained neutral throughout both world wars and avoiding the invasions suffered by its European counterparts. Instead, this unique nation focused its efforts on peacebuilding and humanitarian aid, establishing the now global Red Cross in 1863. Visit the Palais des Nations in Geneva, the seat of the United Nations since 1966, on a tour of Switzerland to discover Switzerland’s commitment to international diplomacy and neutrality. 

Nature in Switzerland

Despite the allure of Switzerland’s cosmopolitan cities and quaint Alpine villages, most choose to travel to Switzerland for its vast open spaces and captivating natural landscapes. Home to around 1,500 lakes, dramatic glaciers and 50 mountains measuring over 4,000 metres, Switzerland is a land of jaw-dropping panoramas. The county enjoys a temperate climate, but the weather varies as you explore the diverse altitudes. In fact, you could easily experience spring, summer and winter all in one day if you head into the mountains of Switzerland!

Bursting with natural wonders, a vacation to Switzerland is sure to include a good deal of time in the great outdoors. From the iconic Matterhorn, the best-known pyramid-shaped peak in the Swiss Alps and famously the face of Toblerone, to Lake Geneva, the largest lake in Europe, Switzerland is brimming with must-see natural sights. 

The Swiss National Park is one of the best places to visit in Switzerland. The only national park in the country, this 172 square-kilometre natural reserve is filled with a collection of mountains, lakes, glaciers and woodlands. It’s the best place to soak up the landscapes that characterise Switzerland and is filled with hiking trails, footpaths and unforgettable viewpoints. 

Other natural highlights to see on a trip to Switzerland include Monte Rosa, the highest mountain in the country, the magical Rhine Falls, the largest waterfall in Europe, the mirror-like Lake Oeschinensee and the Aletsch Glacier. 

Culture in Switzerland

A few cliche things come to mind when thinking about the culture of Switzerland: cuckoo clocksyodelling and chocolate! Of course, you’ll find all these cultural icons if you travel to Switzerland, and there’s no doubt that Switzerland is a paradise for chocolate lovers. Take the master chocolatiers of Teusher and Sprungli in Zurich for example. 

Nevertheless, Swiss culture is characterised by its diversity. The county has four official languages: French, German, Italian and Romansch. You’ll find that German is the most widely spoken, but the popular travel destination of Geneva, Jura and Vaud are largely French-speaking. On the other hand, if you visit the southern region of Ticino, you’ll hear Italian and in Graubunden, you’ll find Romansch is the language of choice. 

The Alps have shaped Swiss culture, and you can still experience the rich folk arts of alphorn and yodelling if you venture into the highlands. In the urban environment, Switzerland stands out for its amazing Romanesque architecture, seen most prominently in Basel, Chur and Geneva.

Furthermore, modern Swiss culture is all about innovation, especially in the fields of design and architecture. Throughout the country’s major cities you’ll find an eclectic array of galleries and museums, making a trip to Switzerland a great choice for lovers of the arts and culture. 


  • Entry requirements

    Valid passport required.

  • Visa

    No visa is required to enter the country.

  • Time zone

    UTC +1

  • Currency

    Swiss Franc.

  • Language

    German, French and Italian.

  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    220 V. Adapter required.

  • Other useful information

    The Swiss drive on the right-hand side of the road.

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations.

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