Embark on a nine-day adventure through Switzerland’s most iconic destinations. Explore Geneva’s landmarks before journeying to Montreux and the medieval town of Gruyère. Discover Bern’s historic Old Town and Interlaken’s natural beauty. Marvel at Alpine peaks in Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen, then travel to Zermatt for views of the Matterhorn. Experience the scenic Glacier Express to St. Moritz before exploring Lucerne and Liechtenstein. End your journey in Zurich before departing for London.



  • Explore Geneva’s attractions including the Jet d’Eau fountain, Flower Clock, Tavel House, and St. Pierre Cathedral.
  • Visit the UN headquarters and the Broken Chair sculpture.
  • Journey to Montreux and explore Chateau de Chillon.
  • visit the medieval town of Gruyère and the Cailler chocolate factory.
  • Explore Bern’s Old Town, including the Rosengarten park, Bear Pit, Zytglogge clock tower, and Parliament Building.
  • Visit Interlaken and explore Lake Thun, Thun Church, and St. Beatus Cave.
  • Explore the scenic town of Grindelwald and the waterfall-filled valley of Lauterbrunnen.
  • Travel to Zermatt and admire the Matterhorn, the iconic Swiss peak.
  • Embark on the Glacier Express journey from Zermatt to St. Moritz, passing through picturesque Alpine scenery.
  • Journey to Lucerne and explore the Chapel Bridge, Musegg Wall, Lion Monument, and Rigi Mountain.
  • Visit Vaduz Castle and Rathausplatz in Liechtenstein
  • Explore Zurich, including Lake Zurich, Münsterhof town square, and Grossmünster cathedral.


Day 01

Explore the City of Geneva

After breakfast, Nomad Voyages will accompany you to the attractions of Geneva. The Jet d’Eau is a large fountain in Geneva, Switzerland and is one of the city’s most famous landmarks and Five hundred liters of water per second are jetted to an altitude of 140 meters by two 500 kW pumps, operating at 2,400 V and consuming one megawatt of electricity.

The flower clock was created in 1955 as a symbol of the city’s watchmakers, and a dedication to nature. outdoor beautiful flower clock located on the western side of English garden park in Geneva . Nomad-voyages takes you more place to visit Tavel house,Place du Bourg-de-Four is a city square in the Old Town of Geneva, St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva, ,was built as a Roman Catholic cathedral, but became a Reformed Protestant Church of Geneva church during the Reformation.

Lunch in Geneva
A walk through the old town under the old arcade and lunch at an outdoor restaurant. In the city of Geneva easily find Swiss, French, Italian, European or Asian restaurants depending on your preferences. All food and drinks are at your own expense.

Broken chair and UN International quarters visit

UN Geneva brings together individuals, organizations and nations to ensure a better future for all. Geneva is the ideal location for successful international cooperation. Over 12,000 meetings are held at the Palais des Nations every year,tour will take you for a drive around Geneva! It will make you understand the international dimension of Geneva by leading you to the meeting of the buildings of the UN and the International Organizations that work for the good of humanity and peace in the world.

Broken Chair is an original project of Paul Vermeulan, co-founder and director of Handicap International Switzerland. This handicap chair is a monumental sculpture in wood designed by Swiss artist Daniel Berset, and constructed by carpenter Louis Genève. It is constructed of 5.5 tons of wood and is 12 meters high.

Day 02

Meeting point and heading to Montreux

After early breakfast heading to Montreux.

Stop at Chateau de Chillon in Montreux and take some memorable photographs. The history of the castle is marked by three great periods: those of the Savoy family, the Bernese bailiffs and the Canton of Vaud. The rocky island on which the castle sits constituted both a form of natural protection and a strategic positioning to control passage from the north to the south of Europe. The castle took on the oval shape of the genuine island upon which it was built. It is approximately 100m long and 50m wide. It also took its name from the rock; the word ‘Chillon’ meant ‘rocky platform’ in an ancient language (Please note entry fee to Chateau is not included).

Enjoy the lunch in a city of culinary delicious, with many traditional and cozy restaurant serving the traditional specialties of La Gruyère fondues, soup de chalet, macaroni d’alpage or the Bénichon menu. (If you are interested to eat outside of the castle restaurant Please
inform beginning of the trip or when you are booking the trip)

Visit Gruyère lovely medieval town and Cailler chocolate factory

As you move up the hillside toward 800 year (13th Century) old Gruyeres and pass into its cobbled streets, you will be fascinated by the charm and picturesque architecture of the medieval town of Gruyére. The houses, the restaurants and all the streets have retained their original character, topped off with the Castle which sits at the top of the town.

Explore the Maison Cailler chocolate factory, La Chocolaterie Suisse is a wonderful place where visitors can experience with all their senses the secrets surrounding the origins and the manufacturing of chocolate.

One-hour fun and educational walk around the Cailler factory will take you back in time to the beginning of the 20th century, supported by the personalities who have marked the history of the factory. Ready for chocolate adventure through the scenic landscapes of the village of Broc in Gruyère. All travelers will be rewarded with a chocolate surprise in the factory.

After visiting the chocolate factory travel from Gruyère to Interlaken for the overnight stay Bern

Day 03

Visit Bern, the Capital of Switzerland

Visit Bern, the Capital of Switzerland

After early breakfast visit Bern and Interlaken. To start your Bern visit , head to one of Bern’s best viewpoints which let you take in the city’s picturesque river front. which is the Rosengarten park. Bear Pit for centuries the bear has been the symbol of Bern and appeared on its coat of arms. That relationship eventually led to the city keeping bears and establishing a city bear pit where locals and visitors could see them. In 1857 the Bärengraben, or Bear Pit, was moved to the banks of the Aare, Old Town is like with many European cities, the natural place to start in Bern is in its Old Town.

Recognized by UNESCO for its exceptional history, the Old Town has bits and pieces from different eras throughout the city’s history. Two features you’ll find quite a lot of as you explore the charming Old Town streets are arcades and fountains. The arcades, many of which date back to the 15 century, run down the sides of the city streets and house all sorts of shops andrestaurants. As for the fountains. The Zytglogge is a landmark medieval tower in Bern, Switzerland. Built in the early 13th century, it has served the city as guard tower, prison, clock tower, center of urban life and civic memorial. This is our last visit, the Parliament Building. Bern is the capital of Switzerland so it is home to the Bundeshaus, aka. the Federal Palace of Switzerland. Completed in 1902, on the riverside of the building sits the Bundesterrasse, a large terrace with views of the Aare River.

After exploring the Capital City of Switzerland we accompany you to Interlaken.

Explore the City of Interlaken

In the city of Interlaken Lake Thun is one of the crystal clear lakes surrounded by spectacular Bernese Oberland peaks. It occupies an area of 48.3 km² and it is the largest Swiss lake entirely within a single canton. During the trip explore the picturesque town of Thun with
medieval castles, Thun Church and amazing views of the city of Spiez.

In the spectacular city of Interlaken, right by the Lake Thun, explore the St. Beatus Cave which consists of incredible stalactites and stalagmites (geological formations) that have been formed over millions of years ago. Walk through the well-designed paths and discover the cascading waterfalls which enhance the natural beauty of this impressive underground world. Visit the panaromic Sigriswil Bridge which is a 340m long suspension bridge between Sigriswil and Aeschlen. Take a walk along the bridge and enjoy the natural beauty of
the Bernese Oberland peaks and the Lake Thun.

overnight stay at Interlaken.

Day 04

Visit to the Alpine peaks in the Bernese Oberland region

After early breakfast visit to the Alpine peaks in the Bernese Oberland region .Depending on your preference we will accompany you to Jungfraujoch or Schiltron Mountain.

Explore the scenic City of Grinderwald and Lauterbrunnen

After a 1 hour journey through the scenic Bernese Oberland region arrive at the scenic town of Grindelwald surrounded by soaring Bernese Oberland mountain peaks is considered as one of the most charming tourist attractions in Switzerland. Explore the glistening lakes, snow-capped Alpine peaks, lovely flower-covered treks, luxury hotels and fascinating Swiss architecture during this memorable journey.

Lauterbrunnen is a municipality in the Swiss Alps. It encompasses the village of Lauterbrunnen, set in a valley featuring rocky cliffs and the roaring, 300m-high Staubbach Falls. Nearby, the glacial waters of Trümmelbach Falls gush through mountain crevices past viewing platforms. A cable car runs from Stechelberg village to Schilthorn mountain, for views over the Bernese Alps.

After the shopping, overnight stay will be at Interlaken.

Day 05

Interlaken to Zermatt

After the early breakfast from Interlaken enjoy the beautiful sightseeing during the 2½ hour train journey to Zermatt.
Visit At 4,478 metres, the majestic Matterhorn, also called the “jewel of the Swiss Alps” and certainly the most famous mountain in Europe, Overnight stay Zemat.

Day 06

Glacier Express train tour

After the early breakfast Begin the epic journey in Glacier express at Zermatt, During the 7 Hours Journey from Zermatt to St. Moritz enjoy the panoramic views of the snow-capped Alpine peaks, crystal-clear mountain lakes, lovely flower covered meadows and spectacular
rock formations.
The train passes under several tunnels, and goes over many bridges and takes you through the spectacular mountain villages of Andermatt, Disentis Mustér, Chur, Tiefencastel and reaches filisur and St. Moritz during this memorable journey. Overnight stay St Moritz

Day 07

St Moritz to Luzern

After the early breakfast heading to Luzern by train or Vehicle , with the stunning views of Alphine Mountains, ancient mountain forests and glistening lakes. Duration of the journey will be around two hours and half.

Explore the City of Luzern

The city of Lucerne in central Switzerland is known for its preserved medieval architecture and abundance of natural beauty. One major attraction in Lucerne is the Chapel Bridge which spans the River Reuss. The bridge was built in 1333 and is encrusted with an impressive
cycle of paintings depicting events from Lucerne’s history, which are found in internal triangular frames throughout the bridge.

Another medieval landmark of Lucerne is the Musegg Wall and its nine towers, which were built in the 13th century. The massive wall spreads for a length of 830m and it contains an inner and an outer ring to protect the city from enemy attacks. It is considered as one of the longest, best-preserved defensive walls in Switzerland.

Also, the rock relief of the famous Lion monument and the Museum of Art & History are spectacular locations to explore during this epic day tour.

Journey in the Rigi Mountains

The Rigi Mountain which is enclosed by the Lakes of Lucerne, Zug and Lauerz allows visitors to explore the panoramic scenery of the Rigi Mountain by cogwheel trains as well as cable cars. During the 5 hour journey in the Rigi Mountain enjoy the spectacular views over the
lake landscape, the panoramic Swiss Alps, traditional farms and colourful wildflower meadows.Overnight stay Luzern

Day 08

From Lucerne to Liechtenstein

After the early breakfast Nomad Voyages accompany you to the scenic Liechtenstein. The trip will take around 2 hours.

Liechtenstein is a scenic micro state with an area of 160 square kilometres, located in the Alps between Austria and Switzerland. The Vaduz castle is one of the major attractions in Liechtenstein. It was constructed in the 12th Century and the walls have a thickness of 4 meters. The Princely family of Liechtenstein acquired Vaduz Castle in 1712 and it was used as the official residence until 1732. After that, the building became increasingly dilapidated and crumbling before being renovated between the periods of 1905 to 1912.

During the visit at Liechtenstein’s Capital City, Vaduz explore the Rathausplatz, home to the historic Town Hall (Rathaus), the Neo-Gothic parish church (Pfarrkirche) and other picturesque attractions.overnight stay at Zurich

Day 09

Explore the City of Zurich

After the Breakfast Nomad Voyages accompany you in sightseeing of Zurich. Lake Zurich is a popular, crescent shaped glacial lake in the canton of Zurich. Forested mountain ranges, vineyards and orchards frame both sides of the Lake Zurich. There are several medieval
cobblestone paths along the river bank for visitors to walk around the river and capture some memorable photographs.

Afterwards visit the Münsterhof town square , which is the largest town square within the old town of Zürich. Close to the town square, Fromonster Church with stained glass windows, Grossmunster cathedral and other medieval architectural buildings can be explored during the tour.

End of the tour departure to London

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Option 1 Included

  • Welcome to drink-free water bottle
  • Standard/luxury vehicle (Day 1 and Day 2)
  • Accommodation for Overnight stay ( Hotel, Guest house, Apartment hotel or Air B& B)
  • English-speaking Driver Day 1 and Day 2 that He will guide you to find the way and
  • explain you the Icons bit (He is not a professional tour guide )
  • Gruyère cheese factory and Cailler chocolate factory entrance ticket.
  • Glacier Express tickets
  • Arrange Day 3 to Day 9 train ticket and cable car and Boat ticket at Luzern.
  • Telephone 3 SIM cards Unlimited Switzerland
  • 3950 CHF (for 2 adults and 15 years child)

Option 2 Included

  • Welcome to drink-free water bottle
  • Standard/luxury vehicle (Day 1 , Day 2 and Day 7, Day 8)
  • Accommodation for Overnight stay ( Hotel, Guest house, Apartment hotel or Air B& B)
  • English-speaking Driver Day 1 and Day 2 that He will guide you to find the way and
  • explain you the Icons bit (He is not a professional tour guide )
  • Gruyère cheese factory and Cailler chocolate factory entrance ticket.
  • Glacier Express tickets
  • Arrange Day 3 to Day 6 train ticket and cable car and Boat ticket at Luzern.
  • Telephone 3 SIM cards Unlimited Switzerland
  • 4800 CHF – Nomad voyages special price offer (for 2 adults and 15 years child)

Option 1 and option 2 Not Included

  • Food and beverages (Breakfast Lunch,Dinner water,Ice cream etc.)
  • Personal expenses and all other expenses
  • Any all-other entrance & activities fees
  • No professional Guide all over the tour.
  • Entrance tickets for UN inside visit.
  • Travel insurance ,
  • Ski training, paragliding etc..
  • Jungfraujoch or Schiltron ,Rigi ,Mountain entrance fees
  • Any other not entrance fees


  • Easy jet 430 CHF 23kg ( this price will change according to availability)
  • Train 440 CHF (This is will change according to availability)
Not allowed
  • Pets
  • Smoking in the vehicle
Cancellation Policy