• +91 7400015405
  • enquiry@travestholidays.com
Best time to Visit:
Swiss Franc
German, French, Italian and Romansh
Flight time from India:
12-14 Hours
Moderately warm during Summers, Snows in Winters


Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Its cities contain medieval quarters, with landmarks like capital Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower and Lucerne’s wooden chapel bridge. The country is also known for its ski resorts and hiking trails, fondues, scenic train rides, unparalleled landscapes and chocolates. Travel to this adventure lovers paradise with Travest, a Switzerland Travel Specialist.

Must have Experiences

Hop on one of the many Panaromic Scenic Trains

Paraglide or Skydive in Interlaken

Head to one of the many Mountain Excursions

Take a train to Jungfrouch-Top of Europe

Ride the Toboggan

Indulge in Swiss Cheese and Chocolates

Must Visit Places

Jungfrouch region

The Jungfrouch region includes the Jungfrau massif, the Lauterbrunnen Valley, Schilthorn, Mürren, Gimmelwald, Grindelwald, and Interlaken. The most beautiful countryside is the Lauterbrunnen valley, overlooked by the village of Mürren, which makes an excellent base for winter skiing and summer hiking, as does Grindelwald, in the next valley east. Interlaken is the region’s transport hub for the many mountain excursions around.


Imagine a sparkling blue lake surrounded by mountains, a car-free medieval old town, covered bridges, waterfront promenades, frescoed historic buildings, and sun-splashed plazas with bubbling fountains. That is Lucerne for you. One of the city's most famous landmarks is the Chapel Bridge, built in the 14th century.For beautiful views of Lucerne, the Alps, and the lake, ride the funicular to the Dietschiberg on the north side of Lake Lucerne; cruise up Mt. Pilatus on the cableway; or head to the Rigi, a famous lookout point.


The charming village of Zermatt, a top international resort with horse-drawn carriage rides, quaint chalets, and world-class restaurants and hotels. To preserve the air quality and peaceful ambiance, motorized vehicles are banned in the village.Zermatt is located right at the foot of the Matterhorn, Switzerland's iconic pointed peak. Ride the very scenic Gornergrat railway to Gornergrat


Not only is the medieval city of Bern Switzerland’s capital, but it’s also one of its most enchanting places to visit. Walk around the old town’s narrow cobblestone stones and you’ll soon realize just why the neighborhood is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All across Bern’s historic center, you’ll find a whole host of boutiques, bars, and bears. Yes, that’s right, a family of bears – the city’s symbol – lives at the city’s aptly named Bear Park just across the river from the old town.


The largest Swiss city, Zurich is also the social and cultural hub of the country. The city’s pretty easy on the eye – from the charming streets of the old town to the stunning scenery of Lake Zurich. Explore Zurich or take a day trip to the stunning Rhine falls- Europe's largest waterfall.

St. Moritz

Mirror-like lakes, glaciers, jagged peaks, alpine forests, and oodles of sunshine make St. Moritz one of the world's top mountain destinations of Switzerland.In the summer, hiking, biking, and water sports abound. Glacier skiing is also available in the summer. Winter sports run the gamut, from skiing, snowboarding, skating, and bobsledging to tobogganing on the famous 1.2-kilometer-long Cresta Run.

Any Question?

Can't find it here? Don't worry we can still make it happen, just for you!

  •     +91 7400015405
  •   enquiry@travestholidays.com