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It was a trip of a lifetime—So much more than I expected. - J.P. - Ohio
Enjoy spectacular Switzerland at its holiday best. With the glistening peaks of Swiss Alps as your backdrop, you'll experience the holiday traditions of Europe on an active itinerary as you explore Switzerland during the Christmas season.
You'll visit historic Basel, Bern, Luzern, Lugano, Montreux, and Zurich as they are lit up and decked out for the holidays. In local Christmas markets you’ll find foods, crafts and unique gifts in winter settings as charming as any Christmas card. You'll be on hand for the music, lights, and authentic traditions that make Christmas in Switzerland so memorable.
You’ll discover the origins of many of our most memorable Christmas traditions—Christmas trees, nutcrackers, twinkling lights, and gingerbread. Christmas magic in the Swiss Alps is the perfect start to your holiday season.
We visit the German, French, and Italian areas so you'll seee more of Switzerland than you ever thought possible. You'll discover the traditions, holiday foods, music, and other festivities in culturally vibrant and charming Alpine towns.
Visiting Zermatt and the Matterhorn is always a special event, and especially during the Christmas season. We take the Gornergrat cogwheel railway to an elevation of over 10,000 feet where we have panoramic views of the Matterhorn, the Gorner Glacier, and many of the highest peaks of the Swiss Alps surrounding us.
Day 1 – Arrival in Luzern, and off to Basel
Day 2 – Lugano and Luzern
Day 3 – Luzern to Bern - Kussnacht Klausjagen
Day 4 – Luzern to Basel and on to Montreux
Day 5 – Montreux, Vevey
Day 6 – Montreux to Zermatt
Day 7 – Zermatt
Day 8 – Zermatt to Zurich
Day 9 – Departure
$3,695 USD per person, double occupancy from Geneva or Zurich, Switzerland (does not include airfare)
$399 single supplement
Reserve your place on this tour with a $500 per person deposit
03 December 2018 - 11 December 2018
Switzerland's most scenic and historic cities—Basel, Zurich, Luzern, Lugano—lit up for Christmas
Christmas festivities in three cultures—German, French, and Italian
Switzerland's largest Christmas market, Montreux's Marché de Noel
Zermatt with the snow-covered Matterhorn