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Tour Details

 Durations : 5 Night / 6 Days
  • 2 Night Engelberg
  • 1 Night Geneva
  • 2 Night Paris
Switzerland's snow capped mountains surrounded by lush meadows and Paris's flair for fashion and its affinity to everything that glitters, this getaway isn't about getting acquainted with Europe. Swiss Paris Delight the most extensive holiday experience that will take you through two of the most beautiful countries in Europe for visits to their most incredible vistas. Nature, architecture, people, places and things, each day of the tour is packed incredible sightseeing tours and excursions. You're going to love it. We certainly loved bringing it to you.
 
 Tour Itinerary
Day 1:
Arrival In Switzerland
Welcome to Switzerland, a landlocked country in the cultural and geographical heart of Europe. Renowned for its snow-capped Alps, lush green meadows and its fresh water lakes, the prosperous country of Switzerland has a distinct character and dynamism. Today, visit Lucerne, which is a beautiful city located at the northern tip of Lake Lucerne, where you will see the Lion Monument called Lowendenkmal, which was built in memory of the loyal Swiss guards. Thereafter, stroll along the banks of Lake Lucerne to experience attraction like the Kapellbrucke, the Chapel Bridge and the Spreuerbrucke, the two traditional wooden bridges of Lucerne. In the evening, enjoy some free time shopping at the famous Bucherer for Swiss watches, jewellery and souvenirs. Return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Meals: Dinner
Day 2:
Switzerland | Optional Tour Of Jungfraujoch, Interlaken & Trummelbach Falls With Lunch
After breakfast today, enjoy the day at leisure in the serene and soothing environs of Switzerland or make use of the free time to embark on an optional tour to visit Jungfraujoch, Interlaken and the famous Trumellbach Falls. Jungfraujoch makes for a memorable encounter with snow and ice, and has all it takes to become the high point of any tour of Europe. Tourists are often amazed at the scenic splendour they witness from the 'Cog-Wheel' train, which climbs up to a height of 11333 feet to reach Jungfraujoch, the highest railway station in the world! The views of Switzerland from atop the mountain are amazingly panoramic and breathtaking. Later on, drive to Interlaken, which is a world famous Swiss town located in the Bernese Oberland Mountains between the lakes of Thun and Brienz. After enjoying some leisurely time in the town, visit Trummelbach Falls, which is the only glacier waterfall in Europe. This fascinating sight is not to be missed for anything. Finally return to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Day 3:
Mt. Titlis (Optional Tour) | Transfer To Geneva
After a scrumptious breakfast, enjoy the morning at leisure OR begin the adventurous journey to Mt. Titlis. On a hair-raising and unforgettable 45 minutes long ride to the top, switching three different cable cars, the ride is nothing short of awe-inspiring as you'll witness the scenery change from green meadows and scenic lakes to snow clad mountains. The last leg of the ride is on the famous Rotair, which is the world's first revolving cable car that offers beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding glaciers, mountains and scenery. Once atop Mt. Titlis, what awaits visitors is breathtaking views of the Alps from either the sun terrace or from the famous "south face window" of the mountain. However, there's more. Also enjoy a thrilling ride on the famous 'Ice Flyer' if weather permits. After the incredible Mt. Titlis Experience, proceed to Geneva, which is the most orderly and serene of all major European cities. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel for a comfortable overnight stay
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 4:
Geneva - Paris | River Seine Cruise And Optional Lido Show And Illumination Tour Of Paris
After breakfast today, embark on an orientation tour of Geneva and make a stop at the English Gardens Jardin Des Anglais for a stroll past the lakefront. Witness the famous 'Jet Eau', which is a 130 metre-high jet of water on the lake. Thereafter, enjoy a drive past the Brunswick Monument and see the Palais De Nations, the European Headquarters of the UNO, the Red Cross Museum and the Botanical Gardens. Later, continue your drive past the famous mustard fields of Dijon and the vineyards of the Burgundy region to arrive in the city of Paris. On arrival, enjoy the Seine river cruise. After checking-in to the hotel, enjoy your time at leisure or embark on an exceptional optional tour to experience the glamour and lights of Paris. The brilliant 'Illumination Tour of Paris' includes drives past the famous monuments and buildings of Paris at night to witness their dazzling illumination. The optional tour also includes the Lido De Paris show.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 5:
Paris | Visit To Eiffel Tower & Disneyland
After enjoying breakfast, visit the most famous landmark of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, and enjoy a panoramic view of the city from its 2nd level. After the Eiffel Tower experience, enjoy an adventurous and fun-filled day at Disneyland Paris, where you can enjoy many thrilling rides and fascinating shows. Meet your favourite cartoon characters and enjoy the jovial atmosphere with your whole family. The resort offers a plethora of attractions and theme parades from the wonderful world of Disney. Thereafter, spend some leisurely time at Galeries Lafayette, the departmental store capital of Fashion followed by a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 6:
Paris (City Tour) | Departure
After a scrumptious breakfast, embark in a city tour of Paris to witness sights such as Arc De Triomphe, Champs Elysees, Grand Palais, Petit Palais, National Assembly, Alexander Bridge, Concorde Square, Magdalene Church, Opera Garnier, Louvre Palace, Cite Island, French Academy, Sorbonne University, Orsay Museum, Church of the Invalides, Military Academy, Trocadero Square, Palais De Chaillot and the Notre Dame Cathedral. Thereafter, bid goodbye to Paris and Europe and receive a transfer to the airport in time to board your flight back home.
Meals: Breakfast
 
 Package Price
Rs. 83,790/- *
USD 1,580.50/- *
EUR 1,215.19/- *
GBP 979.078/- *
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 Destination
ENGELBERG
A summer snow paradise, Mount Titlis overlooks Engelberg in Central Switzerland, and at over 10,000ft (3020m), it is the highest viewpoint in the region. Offering snow and ice all year round, it is also an alpine-sports centre, where you can ski, snowboard, and skate. The Titlis Glacier is stunningly beautiful, and attracts tourists from all over Europe. It is in fact one of the most accessible snow paradises in Switzerland, only about 1.5 hours from Lucerne, Zurich, Basil, or Berne. There is a lot to do here even for those with no inclination towards alpine sports.

Food:
The food available is up to international standards, and there is much to offer: Mamma Mia the Italian Pizzeria, Restaurant Chandra and its Indian delicacies, and Titlis - Stubli for its Swiss Cuisine.

Shopping:
There is the usual Swiss set of things to be procured in Engelberg, including many varieties of excellent local cheese, springy wines, and exquisite local chocolates. Swiss souvenirs like cow bells, Swiss Army knives, and models of Mt. Titlis are also readily available.

Must Do:
There is much to do at Mt. Titlis other than indulge in the various alpine sports on offer. Must dos include hiking around the green fields of Lake Trubsee and kayaking there, enjoying a downhill ride on Devil Bikes from Jochpass to Trubsee, or taking a Trotti-Bike (scooter) ride from Gerschnialp to Engelberg. Then of course, is the world famous Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car. Take the Rotair, and enjoy the view at 3020 metres above sea level, slowly revolving to unfold a panorama. You can see as far as the Black Forest in Germany.

Visiting the Titlis Glacier Park is a unique experience, where you can enjoy many fun packed rides on snow tubes, snow snakes, balancers, scooters and sledges. The park is open from May - October, and is very accessible via the moving walkways called the Magic Carpets. Another experience not to be missed is visiting the Glacier Grotto, a 150 metre long tunnel in the glacier where you can descend up to 20 metres below its surface. The cave is bathed in atmospheric lights that slowly change colour through the translucent ice, it is a surreal experience. The last and definitely not the least is the Ice Flyer Chairlift, a thrilling ride that allows you to truly experience the snow and ice on top of Mount Titlis, with the panoramic views over the glacier crevasses.

 
GENEVA
The towering snow-capped Alpine peaks are a perfect backdrop to the green valleys of the Swiss countryside. The charming city of Geneva like all other Swiss cities is rich in history and architecture with several world-famous structures finding a home here making it undoubtedly one of the world's most beautiful cities. There are several cultures that come together in Geneva too, giving it a true international flavour. Politically lauded for being a neutral territory, Geneva is where many international treaties have been and many international organizations like the Red Cross and United Nations are headquartered.

Places to See:
Visit the Horloge Fleurie, the famous flower clock's 20-ft face requires over 6,500 plants and features the worlds-largest second hand. Take a tour of the beautiful Swiss countryside and take in the fresh clean air of Alps. Geneva has the largest surface area of parkland in Switzerland. Admire the splendour of the 40,000 roses that bloom in the parks and along the promenades in the city. You can also visit the famous museums and the Botanical Gardens located below the United Nations building.

Languages spoken:
French is the main language, and German, English, Italian, and Swiss-German are also widely spoken.

When to Go:
Geneva, located in the Alps besides the largest lake in Switzerland, has varied weather conditions through the year, with an average summer temperature of 20°C, and a winter temperature of 5°C. Geneva is the busiest during the summer, and the months of May-June and September-October are thought to be the best times to visit. Winter also attracts many tourists, as this is when the ski season starts, with plenty of opportunities around Geneva.

Local Transport:
Geneva's public transportation is highly efficient, much like the rest of Switzerland, and its Transports Publics Genevois provides great connectivity with a wide network of bus, tram, 'mouette' (boat), and suburban train services throughout the city and canton. Inexpensive travel passes are easily available, and quite useful. Cycling about town is also a great way to explore the city's many avenues of opportunity.

 
PARIS
Paris is the ultimate cosmopolitan capital, and is a city like no other. Popularly known as The City of Lights, it is much more than that! Home to historical and cultural wonders like the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Notre Dame Cathedral and the hub of fashion haute coutre, it has something for everyone, throughout the year.

Located in the Northern part of the country on the River Seine, Paris has the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities, brimming with historic associations and remaining vastly influential in the realms of culture, art, fashion, food and design. The heart of Europe, it throbs its way into people's inner sanctums, romancing them, making them love it. Paris (Pah-Ree to the locals) makes you indulge, fulfilling your desires and stimulating your senses. Paris is a city that never sleeps, and is a stunning contrast of decadence and vitality, of old-world charm and avant-garde restlessness. From vibrant gay and lesbian outbursts to avant garde theatre, Paris has it all - a dream destination which has to be visited at least once in a lifetime!

 
 Package Inclusion
  • Cost of the round trip, return economy class airfare valid for the duration of the tour
  • Airport taxes
  • Schengen visa charges
  • Travel insurance valid for the duration of the tour
  • Services of a tour manager
  • Accommodation in double or twin bedded rooms in hotels stated in itinerary or similar
  • Meals, coach tours, transfers, entrance fees, sightseeing tours and surface transportation as indicated in the itinerary
  • Visit 2 countries in 6 days, i.e. Switzerland & France
  • Accommodation at handpicked hotels chosen with your comfort and convenience of location in mind
  • Professional and experienced tour directors
  • Travel in comfort aboard climate controlled luxury coaches
  • Enjoy extended continental breakfasts every morning
  • Enjoy Indian lunches and dinners in Mainland Europe
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in Switzerland
  • Orientation tour of Lucerne
  • Orientation tour of Geneva
  • Accommodation for 2 nights in Paris
  • Guided city tour of Paris
  • A visit to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower
  • River Seine Cruise
  • Visit to Disneyland, Paris, the most famous theme park in Europe.
 
 Remarks
  • All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two (2) persons travelling at one time. Rates valid for Indian Nationals only
  • Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation.
  • Rates are based on Standard category of rooms.
  • Rates not valid during conventions and special events.
  • In case carrier is Air Asia, package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals.
 

Destination Information

ABOUT THE TERRITORY:
Switzerland is a landlocked country geographically divided between the Alps, the Central Plateau and the Jura, spanning an area of 41,285 km2 (15,940 sq mi). While the Alps occupy the greater part of the territory, the Swiss population of approximately 7.9 million people concentrates mostly on the Plateau, where the largest cities are to be found. Among them are the two global cities and economic centres of Zurich and Geneva. Switzerland is the birthplace of the Red Cross and home to a large number of international organizations, including the second largest UN office. On the European level, it is a founding member of the European Free Trade Association and is part of the Schengen Area. Switzerland also has one of the world's largest account balances as a percentage of GDP. Zurich and Geneva have respectively been ranked as the cities with the second and third highest quality of life in the world. Switzerland comprises three main linguistic and cultural regions: German, French, and Italian, Switzerland has existed as a state in its present form since the adoption of the Swiss Federal Constitution in 1848. The precursors of modern Switzerland established a protective alliance at the end of the 13th century (1291), forming a loose confederation of states, which persisted for centuries.

RELIGION:
Switzerland has no official state religion, though most of the cantons (except Geneva and Neuchâtel) recognize official churches, which are either the Catholic Church or the Swiss Reformed Church.Chirstianity is the predominant religion of Switzerland, divided between the Catholic Church and in various Protestant denominations. The country is historically about evenly balanced between Catholic and Protestant, with a complex patchwork of majorities over most of the country. One canton, Appenzell, was officially divided into Catholic and Protestant sections in 1597. The larger cities (Bern, Geneva, Zurich and Basel) are predominantly Protestant. Central Switzerland, as well as Ticino, is traditionally Catholic.Some more religions are here with:

Other Religions in Switzerland
Buddhism in Switzerland:
Buddhism came to Switzerland with refugees from Tibet in 1959, Switzerland was the only European country to grant asylum to 1000 Tibetian refugees. The Buddhist Tibetians have kept up their religious traditions, the community has grown to about 2000 people over the years and nowadays there is even a Buddhist monastery in Switzerland. There are only very few native Swiss people confessing to be Buddhists, however. The number of Buddhist refugees is quite small and they practice their religion in their private homes. So for most Swiss people Buddhism still belongs to the religions they know very little of.
Islam: Muslims in Switzerland:
Until the 1970's there were hardly any Muslims in Switzerland. But since then, immigration from Turkey, Bosnia, Albania, Kosovo and Northern Africa has increased substantially and today there is a noticeable Islamic community in the country. Muslims have become the third largest religion and have surpassed three of the five traditional religions (dissident Protestants and Catholics as well as Jews).
Hinduism in Switzerland:
Finally, Hinduism came with Tamil refugees in the late 1970's and 1980's. On Sundays, many Tamil refugees can be seen at places like Einsiedeln and Maria stein. Maybe the special atmosphere of these classical pilgrim churches reminds them of Hindu temples in their native country. One might take this as a sign of peaceful coexistence between religions in Switzerland.

CULTURE:
Swiss culture is characterized by diversity, which is reflected in a wide range of traditional customs. A region may be in some ways strongly culturally connected to the neighboring country that shares its language, the country itself being rooted in western European culture.
Switzerland is home to many notable contributors to literature, art, architecture, music and sciences. In addition the country attracted a number of creative persons during time of unrest or war in Europe. Strong regionalism in Switzerland makes it difficult to speak of a homogeneous Swiss culture. The influence of German, French and Italian culture on their neighboring parts cannot be denied. The Rhaeto-Romanic culture in the eastern mountains of Switzerland is robust.

CLIMATE:
The Swiss climate is generally temperate, but can vary greatly between the localities, from glacial conditions on the mountaintops to the often pleasant near Mediterranean climate at Switzerland's southern tip. Summers tend to be warm and humid at times with periodic rainfall so they are ideal for pastures and grazing. The less humid winters in the mountains may see long intervals of stable conditions for weeks, while the lower lands tend to suffer from inversion, during this periods, thus seeing no sun for weeks. Autumn is the driest season, winter receives less precipitation than summer, yet the weather patterns in Switzerland are not in a stable climate system and can be variable from year to year with no strict and predictable periods.
The weather in Switzerland varies greatly between different places. The highest precipitation receives Rochers de Nave, a mountain near Montreux, with approximately 260 cm per year. Precipitation is generally higher in the western part of Switzerland where often clouds come in from the Atlantic coast. Also the parts south of the Alps get quite some rain. . If the winds blow in clouds from the south, they get blocked at the Alps and drop their water. Usually this causes dry and warm weather north of the Alps, often accompanied with heavy winds and an extremely good view where the mountains appear much closer than they are. This phenomenon is known as Foehn. Many people claim that they get headaches under these conditions.

On the other hand, the valleys Engadin in the very east and Valais in the southwest of Switzerland receive relatively little precipitation. Scoul receives about 70 cm, Staldenried about 53 cm per year.

LANGUAGE
There are clearly defined regions for all four official languages (German in northern, central and eastern Switzerland, French in western Switzerland, Italian in southern Switzerland and Rumantsch in southeastern Switzerland. As far German is being used in parallel to Rumantsch in all Rumantsch areas and in parallel to French in the bilingual cities of Biel/Bienne, Fribourg/Freiburg, Murten/Morat and in some smaller towns and villages along the language border in western Switzerland. Immigrants to Switzerland come from a broad variety of countries with very different cultural and language backgrounds use six non – official languages like: Spanish. English, Portuguese, Turkish, Serbo-Croatian, and Albanese. Therefore none of these languages is understood by more than 2% of the resident population.
Many immigrants do not even know some key words they use in their professional life in their mother tongue since these are related to technologies not used in their native countries. So there are several practical reasons to the fact that immigrants use the official regional language in everyday life.
So there are several practical reasons to the fact that immigrants use the official regional language in everyday life. Among friends (insofar as having the same nationality) and within the family, the mother tongue is of course used.

CUISINE OF SWITZERLAND:
Switzerland is famous all over for its natural beauty, along with its Cuisine is also world famous. Switzerland dishes cooked with raw and traditional touch are popular all over. Switzerland hotels and resorts take uttermost care in the matter of cuisine. Switzerland Cuisine is mainly famous for its unusual combination of meat and potatoes along with cheese. The most demanded, Yummy sauces work as the great supplement to vegetables and deserts. While Swiss Cuisine does not offer much delicacy but has dominating effect of French cuisine in western part, Itlalian cuisine effect in the south and German taste in the north and east of Switzerland. Major cities like Geneva, Zurich, Montreux, Fondue have its different flavor and air-dried meat, in form of wafer-thin slices, named as Bundner fleisch, are the special variety in Swiss Cuisine. Other than these, delicious cheese and Swiss chocolate also force tourists to have more than their appetite.
Fondue and Raclette are the popular cheese dishes. Popular breakfast flavor is Rosti, a potato dish eaten all over in Switzerland.
Muesli is also another commonly eaten breakfast dish. Swiss dinner is mainly comprised of combination of bread and cheese.
Among popular traditional dishes, Tarts and Quiches are the famous one. Zurigschnatzlets-a dish made by thin strips of veal with mushrooms in a cream sauce served with rosti, is one example of regional flavor.
Switzerland Cuisine is incomplete without beverages.
Apple juice, wine and the chocolate drink Ovomalitine formed the beverage part of Swiss cuisine.
Italian cuisine is mainly preferred in Switzerland other than regional and traditional dishes.
The most popular alcoholic drink in Switzerland is wine. Switzerland is notable for the variety of grapes grown because of the large variations in terrors, with their specific mixes of soil, air, altitude and light. Swiss wine is produced mainly in Valais, Geneva and Ticino, with a small majority of white wines. Vineyards have been cultivated in Switzerland since the Roman era, even though certain traces can be found of a more ancient origin. The most widespread varieties are the Chassel and in Pinot Noir. The Merlot is the main variety produced in Ticino.

TOUR ATTRACTIONS:
A tourist planning for a Switzerland Tour is always inquisitive about the tourist places to be visited during that Switzerland Tour. Fortunately in the whole of Western Europe, which is thronged by the travelers during the vacations, Switzerland is the most popular tourist country. The most popular tourist places within Switzerland are Geneva, Zurich, Lucerne, Zermatt, and Interlaken etc. Apart from these, there are other ones too, though less popular yet picturesque. Switzerland Tourism Department is also active in the area of promoting travel and tourism in the country. Here under we are providing you the information valuable for you while your Switzerland vacation.

The Major tourist places in SWITZERLAND are:
• GENEVA
• ZURICH
• LUCERNE
• INTELAKEN
Some other destinations located over there as if: Basel, Bern, Chur, Firbourg and many more.

Now the most 10 attractive places located at Switzerland are:

• The Jungfrau Region
• Chateau de Chillon, Montreux
• Fasnacht Spring Carnival, Basel
• Swiss National Park, Zernez
• Geneva
• The Matterhorn, Zermatt
• St. Moritz
• Mt. Pilatus
• St. Gallen
• The Rhine Falls

CONCLUSION:
Above details are prescribes as a pleasuring and attractive documents by our side. Hope we can able to make our customers satisfied through our online process and makes our customer feel happy with the journey of: MESMERISING SWITZERLAND

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Cost and Dates

Package Type: Price Per Person on Twin Sharing
Rs. 83,790/- *
USD 1,580.50/- *
EUR 1,215.19/- *
GBP 979.078/- *
Validity: Upto - June 28 Th, 2012
(For other location please contact OR Send Query)
 
 

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Hotel: MERCURE ANNEMASSE
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City: Geneva

Hotel: HOTEL TERRACE
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City: Engelberg

Hotel: MERCURE PARIS ORLY
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City: Paris
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