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Thank you for a wonderful trip that we will remember for a lifetime! Boulder fields, ladders, snow, ice, rocks, huts, cows, cheese, chocolate—this trip had it all. I can now check off a major milestone on my bucket list and I can REST! Thank you! - L. & K. M. - Colorado
Although you might get some flak from the French, Switzerland can rightly claim title as the culinary capital of Europe. Its restaurants have more Michelin stars per capita than any country in the world. Its award winning cheeses and fine chocolates are world renowned. The Swiss invented meringues, fondue, and raclette. They've spent decades refining and cultivating culinary tradition instead of fighting wars.
Switzerland boasts an agricultural abundance starting with rich dairy cream, tender spring asparagus, and orchards bursting with succulent cherries, plums, apricots, and pears. The Romans left a legacy of viniculture which flourishes on the sundrenched lower slopes of Valais. Artisan rye breads are favored at tables in homes and restaurants and regional specialties like Emmentaler cheese, Gruyere cheese, and Raclette, reflect time-honored alpine traditions. Air-cured meats and smoked sausage are ideal additions to our picnic lunches.
Join us as we link Alpine meadows, farms, dairies, and vineyards with some of the most spectacular scenery in the Alps. As we walk in the shadows of Alpine peaks, we immerse ourselves in the vanishing rural culture of Alpine farmers. By day, we make cheese, tend a vineyard, and indulge in the finest chocolate. By night we savor the rich culinary tradition of the region—fondue, raclette, alp cheese, artisan rye breads, Pinot Noir wines, and a continual supply of Swiss chocolate.
Join us in savoring Switzerland on a gourmet tour in which we uncover the natural splendor, traditional cuisine, and rural charms of Switzerland's finest culinary regions.
Day 1 – Lucerne
Day 2 – Jungfraujoch, Grindelwald
Day 3 – Cheesemaking on Eigeralp, Grindelwald
Day 4 – Gruyères
Day 5 – Gruyères
Day 6 – Montreux
Day 7 – Rhone Valley, Zermatt
Day 8 – Zermatt and on to Zurich
Day 9 – Depart Zurich
$3,895 per person, double occupancy from Geneva or Zurich
$399 single supplement
Reserve your place on this tour with a $300 per person deposit