Switzerland, situated in the heart of Europe, is a beautiful country consisting of crystal blue lakes and peaks of the Alps covered with snow. Switzerland tour packages offer the guests a beautiful array of sightseeing attractions and activities to be done. The travelers can enjoy the historic creations, nature, scenery and bright landscape.
Switzerland tour packages provided by Mollyson Holidays gives you a variety of packages and inclusions to choose from. The packages can also be customised according to the requirement of the customer. For those travelers who wish to enjoy the scenic beauty of Switzerland, can visit the Lucerne lake region. On the other hand, hikers can enjoy the challenging routes of Jungfrau, Appenzell and Engadine. Other than the landscape and scenery, Switzerland also defined by its high-end shopping streets, diverse cuisine, culture and history.
Switzerland is a unique holiday, travel and conference destination in the heart of the Alps. The country’s motto “get natural” applies everywhere: unspoilt nature and majestic mountains, genuine people and thrilling adventures all present endless holiday possibilities. Switzerland’s magnificent natural landscapes thrill and inspire countless visitors. With our Switzerland tour packages you can discover the magic of our mountains, glaciers, forests and lakes – and experience natural highs that you’ll never forget.
Even if Switzerland is only a small country, it’s a land of four different cultures, languages and a diversified landscape. Prosperous medieval cities have kept their old centres intact. You can explore unspoilt villages nestle in the valleys, or commanding views from the hilltops with our Switzerland tour packages. The variety in building style is dazzling: half-timbered houses in the east, richly painted facades in the centre, delicate stucco in Graubünden.
The Swiss have been looking after their visitors for at least two centuries and know how to cater for every taste. The magnificent five-star hotels in the top resorts are the last word in luxury. Guests with simpler tastes may perhaps choose a historic hotel, tastefully refurbished to meet all modern demands, or get closer to the Swiss way of life with a farm stay or bed and breakfast in a family home. Many hotels and homes make a virtue of serving local produce.
Touring Switzerland is almost like visiting all of Europe in one small country. This country is a fascinating mix of French culture in the west, German in the east and Italian in the south. Most Swiss also speaks English, so you will have no trouble communicating. Y
The most famous peak of all Star of many a chocolate box and calendar, the mountain with the crooked peak is a symbol of Switzerland. A challenge to mountaineers, but less energetic visitors can enjoy its tranquil beauty from afar. You know it from photos, but can you leave without seeing the real thing? So see yourself with our Switzerland tour packages. Be it, winter or summer, a ride in the Gornergrat railway from the village of Zermatt takes you to the starting points of unforgettable tours focussed on the mythical mountain.
At 3,883 meters above sea level in the Valais Alps, the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise tourist center offers a breathtaking view of 38 four-thousanders in the Swiss, Italian and French Alps. Located on the Klein Matterhorn, the tourist centre attracts around half a million visitors from all over the world every year and serves as starting point for mountaineers wishing to explore the Zermatt ski area.
- CHAPEL BRIDGE
The most characteristic sight in Lucerne is the Kapellbrücke (chapel bridge), a covered wooden bridge running diagonally across the Reuss. Apart from being a picturesque centerpiece for Lucerne, the bridge, built in 1333, is interesting for the more than 100 17th-century pictures hanging from the roof rafters inside, depicting patron saints and scenes from the town’s history. The Kapellbrücke was severely damaged by fire in 1993 but has been completely rebuilt and restored. Beside it is the octagonal Wasserturm, a 13th-century water tower more than 34 meters high and once part of the town’s fortifications. The bridge and tower are among the most photographed scenes in all Switzerland.
- Mt. Jungfraujoch.
Switzerland tour packages provides you an unforgettable Alpine tour to the majestic world of Jungfraujoch at 3,454 metres.This spectacular region lies in the heart of Switzerland, in the Bernese Oberland at the foot of the mighty Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau massif. The region offers a unique and diverse array of natural attractions including Lakes Thun and Brienz, a high-Alpine glacier world, quietly flowing rivers and thundering waterfalls.
- 4. MT TITILIS
Engelberg-Titlis is the largest winter and summer holiday destination in central Switzerland. The attractive village with the famous monastery offers a wide variety of holiday activities for families, newcomers and those in the known. With many exciting options Switzerland tour packages will make your stay an unforgettable mountain experience.
The excursion up the Titlis- one stretch by “Rotair”, the world’s first revolving areal cableway- is a real treat: Stunning Alpine scenery around the 3000m/9850ft summit, tempting restaurants, sun terraces and a “Glacier Cave” (free admission) all blend into an outstanding Swiss Alpine experience. The “Titlis Cliff Walk”, Europe’s largest suspension footbridge, is not for the faint of heart. The airy chairlift “Ice flyer” takes visitors high above the Titlis glacier to the “Titlis Glacier Park” to enjoy its many free attractions.
- SWISS MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
The Swiss Museum of Transport shows the past, present and future development of transport and mobility on road, rail and water as well as in the air and space plus modern communication worlds in a tangible, exciting and diverse way. They form the core themes of the museum. More than 3000 objects on an exhibition area of some 20,000 m² are witnesses to a moving (in the truest sense of the word) history or point to future challenges in the fields of transport, mobility and communication. The history of mobility and communication is documented in exhibitions and theme parks, with simulations, interactive stations and films. Attractions found nowhere else in Switzerland such as the Film theatre, Planetarium, Swiss arena and Gotthard Tunnel Show, as well as the Hans Erni Museum and many other interesting features, make a visit to the Swiss Museum of Transport exciting and unforgettable. The Swiss Museum of Transport is justly entitled to call itself the most-visited museum and one of the most popular excursion destinations in Switzerland.
The large complex of exhibition halls and outdoor exhibits cover all forms of transport, as well as communications and tourism. Through rolling stock and railway locomotives and both models and actual examples of ships, aircraft, rockets, and automobiles, you’ll follow the development of transportation from its earliest days, especially in its mechanized forms. A 3D film theater replaces the previous IMAX theater with the largest screen in Switzerland, and a 150- projector Planetarium also offers daily shows.
Just north of Löwenplatz is the famous Lion Monument, a huge figure of a dying lion hewn from the face of the rock ledge. Designed by Thorwaldsen in 1820, the monument commemorates the death of 26 officers and more than 700 troops of the Swiss Guards, mercenary soldiers who were killed while protecting King Louis XVI during the attack on the Tuileries in the French Revolution in 1792. The touching monument is one of the best-known sights in Lucerne.
Sechseläutenplatz, Zurich’s largest and most famous Public Square served as a place to meet for visitors and fans. Located in the heart of the city, Sechseläutenplatz portrays the multifaceted host country, Zurich’s open-minded, sport-enthusiastic residents, and the city’s international atmosphere. Just as Zurich, the square is a thoroughly urban location which, at the same time, seems to be in close touch with nature at all times. It hints at the country’s extraordinary setting, its lakes, mountains, and forests, as well as at its history, traditions, and its cultural abundance.
This covers about 2⁄3 or 60% of the country. It is made up of a complicated mountainous zone formed by a number of folded mountain systems which include the Bernese oberland, Rhaetian alps, Glarus alps, Leopontine alps, Pennine alps and Adula alps. It extends from Lake Geneva to Austria and Germany in the East and North respectively. It also extends to Italy in the south. It is a region of low agricultural value since the soils were heavily eroded by glaciers and is sparsely populated. It has a population density of about 25 persons per Km2. A number of tourist attractions and more so glaciated scenery exist in the region. Winter sporting activities are also carried out in the region.