Region Flag

Welcome to Trafalgar's Australian website. Would you like to visit Trafalgar's US website instead?

Navigation Close Icon

Best of Switzerland

Get a slice of Switzerland on this breathtaking trip, guiding you seamlessly through mountainous landscapes, serene lakes and picturesque towns.

All the Best of Switzerland with a side visit to Italy. What could be better? Your travels will take you to Lake Geneva for local wine, cheese and delicious desserts in Lavaux, Lord Byron's enchanting Chillon Castle and the pretty town of Brienz for a masterclass in Swiss wood carving.

Trip code SWBO
From $3,326
Was $3,695
Utility Savings Icon
Save $369
Review Star Icon
Don’t miss out – save your place today
Back to trip navigation

Select a day

Back to trip navigation

About this trip


What's included

Trip Summary Accomodation Icon

8 nights

Accommodation

Trip Summary Meals Icon

12 Meals

8 breakfasts, 1 lunch (Be My Guest), 3 dinners

Trip Summary Transport Icon

On-trip Transport

All transport shown


The Trafalgar difference

Connect with Locals

Explore centuries of wine tradition at the 15th-century terraced vineyards of the Lavaux, a UNESCO world heritage site since 2007, during an unforgettable 'Be My Guest' lunch in charming Chexbres. (Day 3)

Stays with Stories

Enjoy the elegance of yesteryear and sweeping lake vistas at the Grand Hotel Europe in Lucerne, where warm Swiss hospitality and a grand past span over a century. (Day 7)

Dive into Culture

Explore the wood-carving heritage of Switzerland's picture-perfect lakeside town of Brienz. (Day 8)


Sightseeing highlights

Experience Ti Filled Icon

ORIENTATION of Zurich and Lucerne

Experience Ti Filled Icon

VISIT Bern, Chillon Castle, Montreux, Zermatt, St. Moritz, Interlaken and Brienz

Experience Ti Filled Icon

VIEW the Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument in Lucerne, the Jungfrau and Matterhorn mountains (weather permitting), Lake Maggiore and Lake Como

#TTBestofSwitzerland

Real moments from real travellers, creating the greatest travel stories they’ll ever tell

Or search for something else