Best of Mountain Railways-S701

06 Nights / 07 Days

 

Destination

Mount Titlis | Jungfraujoch | Glacier 3000 | Gornergrat/Matterhorn      

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Best of Mountain Railways – S701

Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival Lucerne Transfer by rail to Lucerne and take the opportunity to discover the Old Town and stroll along Lake Lucerne. Thanks to its attractions, its souvenir and watch shops, the beautiful lakeside setting and the nearby excursion mountains of the Rigi, Pilatus and Stanserhorn, the town is a popular destination for travel groups and individuals on their journey through central Switzerland. Overnight in Lucerne.

 

Day 2

Lucerne / Excursion Mount Titlis First board the train to Engelberg from where the first of a set of three gondolas will slowly take you to a height of 3020 m. The last stage of your ascent is in the world’s first rotating gondola, the ‘TILTIS ROTAIR’. Overnight in Lucerne.

 

Day 3

Lucerne – Interlaken / Excursion Jungfraujoch Entertaining journey on board the Zentralbahn or a regional train via the Brünigpass to Interlaken. In Interlaken take the train to the Kleine Scheidegg at the foot of the famous Eiger. Change trains to get on board of the Jungfrau railway und ride via ‘Eiger Gletscher’ to the Jungfraujoch – the highest railway station in Europe at 3454 m with some breathtaking views. Overnight in Interlaken.

 

Day  4

Interlaken – Gstaad / Excursion Glacier 3000  Today you are heading to Gstaad from where you will visit Glacier 3000. The mountain station located at 2965 m above sea level was designed by the famous architect Mario Botta. The view point is reached by walking a few feet to a staircase that leads to the top. It is located next to the Mountain Restaurant Botta. Once you reach the top, your view sweeps across the fabulous 360° panorama. Overnight in Gstaad.

 

Day 5

Gstaad – Zermatt via Montreux with GoldenPass Line Travel from Gstaad to Zermatt via Montreux with the GoldenPass Line and experience an unforgettable journey with beautiful scenery before you reach the famous car-free alpine resort of Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn. Overnight in Zermatt.

 

Day 6

Zermatt / Excursion Gornergrat/Matterhorn Take one of Europe’s highest cogwheel trains up to the Gornergrat and enjoy views of the surrounding mountains and the Matterhorn. Leisure time in Zermatt. The location of Zermatt, in the middle of an enormous hiking and ski region makes it one of the world‘s most attractive villages. Overnight in Zermatt.

 

Day 7

Departure After breakfast spend some more time for souvenir shopping before you start your journey back by train to the airport/border back home or on to your next holiday destination.

Tourcode: FIT.12 Best of Mountain Railways Double Single Triple Supplements
Price per person in CHF Low High Low High Low High  
3* Hotel 1191 1380 1402 1606 1178 1328  
4* Hotel 1365 1529 1670 1884 1310 1450  
Upgrade to 1st class on all train rides   121
Price per child in CHF 3* Hotel 4* Hotel      
0 – 2.9 Years FOC FOC      
3 – 5.9 Years 239 284      
6 – 11.9 Years 398 522      
12 – 15.9 Years 744 866      

Low season: 07.04. – 30.04.2015 / High season: 01.05. – 11.10.2015. Black-out during Tennis Swiss Open in Gstaad (06. – 26.07.2015).

 

Included services:

  • Swiss Card 2nd class: border/airport – Lucerne – Interlaken – Gstaad – Zermatt – border/airport
  • 2 x overnight stays with breakfast in Lucerne
  • 1 x overnight stay with breakfast in Interlaken
  • 1 x overnight stay with breakfast in Gstaad
  • 2 x overnight stays with breakfast in Zermatt
  • Excursion to Mount Titlis (non-guided)
  • Excursion to Jungfraujoch (non-guided)
  • Excursion to Glacier 3000 (non-guided)
  • Excursion with Gornergrat for viewpoint Matterhorn (non guided)
  • Golden Pass Line from Gstaad to Montreux
  • Swiss Coupon Pass “2 for 1” Dine & Discover offers

Good to Know:

  • With the Swiss Coupon Pass benefit from 2 for 1 meals and sigthseeing tours in Lucerne, Interlaken and Zermatt as well as a a ride with the steam train Furka.

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