Two Weeks in Switzerland & Italy Itinerary

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Explore Switzerland & Italy in 14 Days

Our 14-day itinerary weaves through the picturesque landscapes of Switzerland and the rich tapestry of Italian culture and history.

From the serene beauty of Lucerne and the majestic Alps to the artistic allure of Florence and the timeless elegance of Venice, this tour offers an unparalleled exploration of iconic destinations in just 2 weeks.

Destinations on Our 14-Day Switzerland & Italy Tour

Day 1: Zurich to Lucerne

Day 2: Lucerne Adventures

Day 3: Journey to the Alps

Day 4: Jungfraujoch Mountain

Day 5: Visit Harder Kulm

Day 6: Matterhorn Experience

Day 7: Zermatt to MilanAfternoon Walking Tour of Milan

Day 8: Florence

Day 9: Cinque Terre 

Day 10: Artistic Florence

Day 11: Siena and San Gimignano

Day 12: Arrive in Venice

Day 13: Iconic Venice

Day 14: Murano and Burano Tour by Private Boat

Day 1: Private Transfer from Zurich Airport to Lucerne Hotel

The Chapel Bridge, Lucerne, Switzerland

Enjoy a seamless private transfer from Zurich Airport directly to your hotel in Lucerne. Sit back in the comfort of a premium vehicle as our professional driver navigates the picturesque route, ensuring a stress-free start to your Swiss adventure.

Guided Tour of Lucerne

Join us on this guided tour of Lucerne, where every corner reveals the seamless blend of tradition and innovation that defines this enchanting Swiss city.

The Charm of Lucerne’s Old Town

Wander through the car-free old town, where historic houses boast intricate frescoes, adding color and life to the quaint town squares like the Weinmarkt. 

Lucerne’s vibrant history is echoed in its beautiful squares and numerous churches, each telling a story of the city’s cultural and spiritual life.

Chapel Bridge: A Medieval Marvel

Discover the heart of Lucerne with a visit to the iconic Chapel Bridge. 

This medieval wooden structure, adorned with historic gable paintings, is one of Europe’s oldest covered bridges. It offers a glimpse into the city’s rich past and serves as a key landmark in the Lucerne townscape.

Museggmauer: Lucerne’s Fortified Wall

Explore the historic Museggmauer, Lucerne’s well-preserved fortified wall. With its imposing towers, the wall offers a rare insight into the city’s medieval defenses and stands as a testament to Lucerne’s strategic importance and architectural heritage.

Architectural and Cultural Landmarks

Admire the Baroque beauty of the Jesuit Church and the iconic twin towers of the Hofkirche, key elements of Lucerne’s skyline. 

Visit the poignant Lion Monument, a rock relief commemorating the Swiss guards’ sacrifice, and the Bourbaki Panorama, one of the world’s few remaining giant circular paintings.

Return to your hotel in Lucerne for the evening.

Day 2: Mount Pilatus & Lake Lucerne Boat Tour

Mount Pilatus from Lake Lucerne, Switzerland

Day 2 of our itinerary promises a day filled with adventure, natural beauty, and relaxation. It showcases the best of Lucerne, from the peaks of Mount Pilatus to the gentle waves of Lake Lucerne.

Ascend to Mount Pilatus

Your journey begins with an exhilarating trip to Mount Pilatus, often called the “Dragon Mountain.” 

This adventure starts with a ride on the world’s steepest cogwheel railway, climbing through lush landscapes to reach the summit. At the peak, immerse yourself in the stunning 360-degree panorama of the Swiss Alps and the surrounding lakes. 

Take time to explore the mountain’s trails or enjoy a meal at one of the summit restaurants, all while soaking in the breathtaking vistas.

Lake Lucerne Boat Tour

As the day transitions into the early evening, descend from the alpine heights to the tranquil shores of Lake Lucerne for a scenic boat tour. 

Glide across the serene waters as the setting sun casts a golden hue over the landscape, illuminating the city’s historic architecture and the rugged mountain backdrop in a soft, enchanting light. 

This peaceful cruise offers a unique perspective of Lucerne and its surroundings, providing an ideal setting to reflect on the day’s adventures.

Lucerne in the Evening

Upon returning to shore, take the opportunity to explore Lucerne as it comes alive in the evening. 

Stroll along the lakeside promenades, enjoy dinner at a lakeside restaurant, or simply wander through the city’s charming streets, admiring the blend of medieval and modern architecture under the twilight sky.

Day 3: Lauterbrunnen Valley & Grindelwald

Lauterbrunnen Staubbach Fall, Switzerland

Enjoy a comfortable 1-hour private transfer from your Lucerne hotel to Interlaken. 

Sit back in luxury as your driver navigates the scenic route, ensuring a smooth journey from the heart of Lucerne to the gateway of the Swiss Alps in Interlaken, setting the stage for your next adventure amidst Switzerland’s breathtaking landscapes.

Lauterbrunnen Valley

Begin your journey in the Lauterbrunnen Valley, celebrated for its enchanting waterfalls and verdant landscapes. 

This leg of the tour offers an immersive experience into the heart of Swiss natural beauty, where every view is postcard-perfect.

Staubbach Falls

Marvel at the majestic Staubbach Falls, one of Europe’s highest waterfalls, cascading gracefully into the valley. 

Learn about the waterfall’s significance to the region and the natural processes that sustain its beauty.

Village of LauterbrunnenWander through the idyllic streets of Lauterbrunnen, a village that encapsulates Swiss charm with its traditional chalets and serene atmosphere. 

Discover the village’s history and how it seamlessly blends with the surrounding natural splendor.

Trümmelbach Falls

Experience the awe-inspiring Trümmelbach Falls, a series of powerful waterfalls inside the mountain. 

Explore the carved pathways that offer an up-close view of this natural marvel and gain insights into the geological forces at play.

Grindelwald: The Heart of the Bernese Alps

The tour continues to Grindelwald, a village at the foot of the imposing Eiger north face. Known as the Eiger village.

Immerse yourself in the panoramic vistas of the Eiger and the Wetterhorn from Grindelwald, providing a stunning backdrop to this alpine village.

Learn about Grindelwald’s evolution into a beloved holiday destination and its significance in the Jungfrau region’s skiing culture.

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Day 4: Jungfraujoch Mountain

Jungfraujoch, Sphinx Observatory, Switzerland

Embark on an unforgettable expedition to Jungfraujoch, the pinnacle of the Swiss Alps, where icy breezes, pristine snow, and awe-inspiring panoramas await. 

At 3,454 meters above sea level, every step introduces you to the mesmerizing beauty of a world apart.

Cable Car to Eiger Glacier

Board a 15-minute cable car journey to the Eiger Glacier. 

This segment of the trip offers spectacular views of the iconic Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks, setting the stage for the incredible experiences that lie ahead.

Jungfraujoch Train Ascent

Next, the Jungfraujoch train will whisk you to the summit.

At the top, immerse yourself in the high-alpine wonderland, where eternal ice and rugged rockscapes stretch as far as the eye can see.

Alpine Sensation and Sphinx Observation Terrace

Don’t miss the Alpine Sensation adventure tour, celebrating the centennial of the Jungfrau Railway, and revel in the panoramic vistas from the Sphinx Observation Terrace. 

Gaze over the vast snowfields and the Aletsch Glacier, surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Alps.

Ice Palace Exploration

Venture into the Ice Palace, a network of tunnels carved into the glacier, for a surreal experience amidst the ice sculptures and frozen chambers. 

This magical realm offers a unique perspective on the heart of the Jungfraujoch.

Return to Interlaken

Your private driver will be ready to escort you back to Interlaken, where you will spend the night.

Day 5: Harder Kulm and Zermatt

Harder Kulm Panorama, Interlaken, Switzerland

We have designed this section of our 2 week Switzerland and Italy tour for you to enjoy the panoramic vistas from Harder Kulm and explore the historic streets of Zermatt.

Arrival at Harder Kulm

Arrive at Harder Kulm, Interlaken’s very own mountain peak, offering panoramic views of the surrounding Bernese Oberland. 

Ascend to the summit via the funicular railway, soaking in the stunning vistas of lush valleys, serene lakes, and towering peaks along the way.

Once atop Harder Kulm, take your time to savor the awe-inspiring scenery stretching before you. Capture memorable photos of the iconic Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks framed against the azure sky. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature, surrounded by pristine alpine beauty.

Scenic Drive to Zermatt

Bid farewell to the enchanting vistas of Interlaken as you embark on a picturesque drive to Zermatt.

Zermatt Walking Tour

Upon reaching Zermatt, be greeted by the majestic sight of the iconic Matterhorn towering over the picturesque town. 

Your driver guide will escort you to the heart of Zermatt, where your private guide will accompany you through the charming streets of Zermatt’s Old Town, adorned with traditional wooden chalets, cozy cafes, and boutique shops. Let your guide regale you with fascinating tales of the town’s history, from its humble beginnings to its rise as a world-renowned alpine destination.

Discover Zermatt’s most iconic landmarks, including the historic St. Mauritius Church and the charming Bahnhofstrasse. Delve into hidden alleyways and quiet squares, uncovering hidden gems and local secrets along the way.

Day 6: Journey to Matterhorn Glacier Paradise

Zermatt, Matterhorn, Switzerland

Welcome to the Matterhorn, Switzerland’s legendary peak, known as much for its challenging ascents as for its breathtaking beauty. 

Ascent to the Klein-Matterhorn

Board the Matterhorn Express in Zermatt and transition to the cable car towards Trockener Steg en route to the Klein-Matterhorn. 

This adjacent peak offers unparalleled views of the Matterhorn itself, separated only by the expanse of the Theodul Glacier.

Reach the zenith of your journey at the Matterhorn glacier paradise, home to the Alps’ highest cable car station at 3820 meters. The peak lift carries you to the summit, where a 360° viewing platform awaits, offering a slice of alpine paradise with sweeping views of 38 towering peaks and 14 glistening glaciers.

Glacier Palace

Explore the enchanting glacier palace beneath the surface, a realm of ice sculptures and tunnels that captivate the imagination. 

Above ground, the cinema lounge and exquisite dining options provide a taste of luxury amidst the high-altitude splendor. 

For those seeking more than just views, the areas around Trockener Steg and Schwarzsee offer hiking and biking trails set against the backdrop of the Matterhorn. Whether on foot or two wheels, the region’s natural beauty promises an unforgettable experience.

This concludes the Switzerland section of our itinerary. Get a good night’s rest in your hotel in Zermatt, as we will make the transfer to Milan the next morning.

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Day 7: Transfer to Milan & Explore the City

Duomo Cathedral, Milan, Italy

Rise early on day 7 for the comfortable and scenic private transfer to Milan, the bustling fashion capital. This journey, lasting just under 3 hours, offers a smooth transition from Switzerland’s serene landscapes to the vibrant streets of one of Italy’s most iconic cities.

Afternoon Arrival: Milan Walking Tour

Upon arrival in Milan, embark on a guided walking tour designed to showcase the city’s rich history, stunning architecture, and world-renowned art scene. 

Your local guide will lead you through the heart of Milan, revealing the stories and secrets behind its most famous landmarks.

Duomo di Milano

Your first stop is the awe-inspiring Duomo di Milano, an architectural masterpiece that took nearly six centuries to complete. 

Its intricate façade and stunning spires dominate the city’s skyline, while its vast interior houses a wealth of art and history.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Next, stroll through the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the world’s oldest shopping malls. 

This elegant arcade, with its glass-vaulted ceilings and mosaic floors, is not just a shopping destination but a symbol of Milanese luxury and style.

Sforza Castle and Parco Sempione

Continue to the imposing Sforza Castle, a fortress turned cultural center that now hosts several of the city’s museums and art collections. 

Beyond its walls lies Parco Sempione, a green oasis perfect for a leisurely walk or a moment of relaxation.

Teatro alla Scala

Conclude your tour with a visit to the legendary Teatro Alla Scala, one of the most prestigious opera houses in the world. Even if you don’t catch a performance, the theater’s rich history and opulent interior are a spectacle in themselves.

After the walking tour, enjoy some leisure time to explore Milan at your own pace. Whether you choose to indulge in the city’s exquisite culinary offerings, continue exploring its myriad boutiques and galleries, or simply soak in the ambiance of its lively streets, the evening is yours to savor Milan’s unique blend of tradition and modernity.

Day 8: Transfer to Florence & Walking Tour

Florence, Italy

Start your day with a high-speed train ride from Milan to Florence. This efficient journey brings you into the heart of Tuscany in comfort and style, setting the stage for an unforgettable day in one of Italy’s most enchanting cities in just 3 days.

Private Walking and Food Tasting Tour in Florence

Upon arrival in Florence, meet your private guide for an immersive walking tour that combines the city’s rich history with its equally rich culinary traditions.

Ponte Vecchio and the Arno RiverBegin at the iconic Ponte Vecchio, the storied bridge that spans the Arno River. As you cross, delve into its history and explore the quaint shops that have made this bridge a symbol of Florence’s enduring charm.

The Duomo and Baptistry Doors

Next, marvel at the architectural wonder of the Duomo, with Brunelleschi’s magnificent dome dominating the skyline. 

Nearby, the Baptistry doors, known as the “Gates of Paradise,” offer a glimpse into the artistic heritage that Florence is famed for.

Historical Squares and Palaces

Continue to the heart of Florence’s civic life with visits to Piazza della Signoria and Palazzo Vecchio. 

These squares tell the story of Florence, from its Roman origins to its role as a Renaissance powerhouse. Piazza Repubblica’s evolution from an ancient Roman forum to a modern-day gathering place adds another layer to your understanding of the city.

Orsanmichele Church

At Orsanmichele Church, take a moment to admire its unique structure and art, and don’t forget to rub the nose of the Porcellino pig for a bit of Florentine luck.

This full-day itinerary from Milan to Florence offers a perfect blend of cultural immersion and culinary exploration, making for an unforgettable experience in the heart of Tuscany.

Day 9: Cinque Terre Discovery from Florence

Cinque Terre, Vernazza, Italy

Our day trip will see you join your private driver as you make your way towards the enchanting region of Cinque Terre. Meet your guide in La Spezia, the gateway to this breathtaking coastal area, where a day of exploration and wonder awaits.

Exploring Monterosso al Mare

First, visit Monterosso al Mare, the largest and oldest of the Cinque Terre villages, dating back to 1056. 

Wander between the historical old village and the more tourist-centric Fegina, uncovering significant monuments that tell the tale of Monterosso’s rich past and vibrant present.

The Charm of Vernazza

Continue to Vernazza, often hailed as the most picturesque of the five villages. Its medieval architecture, including the impressive “castrum” forts and a cylindrical castle, highlights the village’s historical significance and enduring beauty.

Corniglia & Manarola

Venture to Corniglia, perched atop a rocky promontory and unique for its separation from the sea. The village’s architecture, reminiscent of inland traditions, offers a different perspective on the Cinque Terre’s diverse charm.

Next, discover Manarola, a jewel of town planning with its Genovese-style tower houses. Delve into the history of this 12th-century village, named possibly for a large mill wheel that once stood here, and admire its scenic beauty.

Historic Riomaggiore

Conclude your village tours in Riomaggiore, where notable sites like the Church of San Giovanni Battista and the Oratory of St. Mary Assumption house significant artworks and relics.

Return to Florence

This full-day tour from Florence to Cinque Terre offers a comprehensive exploration of this UNESCO World Heritage site, blending natural beauty with rich history for an unforgettable Italian Riviera experience.

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Day 10: Private Florence Museums Tour: Uffizi & Accademia

David, Galleria dell’Accademia, Florence, Italy

Join your private guide on a journey through Florence’s artistic heritage with a private tour of two of its most renowned museums: the Galleria dell’Accademia and the Galleria Uffizi. 

Immerse yourself in the masterpieces of the Renaissance era, marveling at works by iconic artists such as Michelangelo, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, and more.

Galleria Uffizi

Begin your tour at the Galleria Uffizi, one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art museums. 

Accompanied by your knowledgeable private guide, delve into the rich tapestry of Renaissance art spanning from the 12th to the 16th century. Admire priceless works by renowned masters, including:

  • Sandro Botticelli: Primavera, The Birth of Venus
  • Michelangelo: The Holy Family (Doni Tondo)
  • Leonardo da Vinci: The Annunciation, Adoration of the Magi
  • Raphael: Madonna of the Goldfinch, Portrait of Leo X
  • Titian: Flora, Venus of Urbino
  • Caravaggio: Bacchus, Sacrifice of Isaac, Medusa
  • Rembrandt: Self-portrait as a Young Man

Your private guide will provide insightful commentary on each masterpiece, unraveling the stories behind the art and the techniques that revolutionized the Renaissance period.

Galleria dell’Accademia & Michelangelo’s David

Continue your artistic odyssey at the Galleria dell’Accademia, home to Michelangelo’s iconic statue of David. 

Marvel at the awe-inspiring 5.17-meter marble masterpiece, which symbolizes the biblical hero David’s strength and courage. Your private guide will share captivating insights into Michelangelo’s life, the significance of the statue, and its historical context.

In addition to Michelangelo’s David, explore other notable works housed in the Galleria dell’Accademia. Discover captivating pieces by artists such as Paolo Uccello, Sandro Botticelli, Andrea del Sarto, and Giambologna, each contributing to Florence’s rich artistic legacy.

Day 11: Day Trip to Siena & San Gimignano

Siena Cathedral, Italy

Enjoy the rich history, stunning architecture, and authentic Tuscan charm as you explore these iconic destinations. Siena and San Gimignano on a day tour from Florence.

Arrival in Siena

Upon arrival in Siena, you’ll be captivated by its medieval splendor and distinctive red-brick buildings. 

Begin your exploration with a visit to the heart of the city, the stunning Piazza del Campo. Marvel at the architectural masterpiece of the Palazzo Pubblico and the iconic Torre del Mangia, which offers panoramic views of the city and surrounding countryside.

Guided Walking Tour of Siena

Embark on a guided walking tour of Siena’s historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Stroll through narrow cobblestone streets lined with elegant palaces, centuries-old churches, and charming cafes. Admire the intricate marble facade of the Siena Cathedral (Duomo di Siena) and step inside to marvel at its exquisite artworks, including frescoes by renowned Renaissance artists.

San Gimignano Excursion

After lunch, continue your journey to the medieval hilltop town of San Gimignano, known for its iconic skyline of medieval towers. 

Explore the charming streets lined with artisan shops, gelaterias, and family-owned wineries. Visit the Piazza della Cisterna and the Piazza del Duomo, where you can admire the medieval architecture and breathtaking views of the Tuscan countryside.

Wine Tasting Experience

Conclude your day with a memorable wine-tasting experience at a local winery in the San Gimignano countryside. 

Sample a selection of fine Tuscan wines, including Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Chianti Classico, and Super Tuscans, while learning about the region’s winemaking traditions from knowledgeable sommeliers.

Return to Florence

Bid farewell to the enchanting towns of Siena and San Gimignano as you board your private vehicle for the return journey to Florence. 

Day 12: Venice Discovery and Culinary Delights

Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy

On day 12, we arrive in Venice, our final destination on the two-week tour. Take the fast train from Florence to Venice, where a day of exploration and indulgence awaits. Prepare to immerse yourself in this iconic city’s unique charm and beauty, built on water.

Guided Walking Tour of Venice

Meet your guide and set off on a walking tour designed to showcase the best of Venice, tailored to your interests and the day’s timing. Explore the intricate network of typical canal pathways, each turn revealing another picturesque scene.

Venice’s Iconic Sights and Hidden Gems

Rialto Bridge: Admire the architectural marvel of the Rialto Bridge, a historic crossing of the Grand Canal and a bustling marketplace.

Fondaco dei Tedeschi: Discover the grandeur of the Fondaco dei Tedeschi, a storied building transformed from a German trade house to a luxurious retail space.

Marco Polo’s Neighborhood: Wander through the area that famed explorer Marco Polo called home, steeped in history and intrigue.

Campo S. Maria Formosa: Conclude your walking tour in the vibrant Campo S. Maria Formosa, a square rich in history and local life.

After exploring Venice’s sights, dive into the local culinary scene at one of Venice’s renowned “bacari” wine bars. Here, you’ll be treated to true Venetian hospitality and a genuine local experience.

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Day 13: Venice’s Cultural Riches & Serene Waterways

Doge’s Palace, Venice, Italy

On the penultimate day of our itinerary, we get further acquainted with the iconic highlights of Venice.

Visit to St. Mark’s Basilica

Delve into the history and grandeur of St. Mark’s Basilica, a stunning example of Byzantine architecture. 

Learn about its inception in 828 to house St. Mark the Apostle’s relics and its evolution into a symbol of Venetian power and independence.

Admire the basilica’s blend of styles, from its Greek cross layout and five domed structure to the Gothic arches and intricate mosaics spanning over 4,000 square meters. Each element tells a story of Venice’s rich past and artistic mastery.

Doge’s Palace Guided Tour

Step inside the Doge’s Palace, where Venice’s illustrious history unfolds. Explore the luxurious residence of the Doges, adorned with art by Titian and Veronese, and learn about the political intrigue and splendor of the Venetian Republic.

Gondola Ride from Bacino Orseolo

What tour of Venice would be complete without a gondola ride, a quintessential Venetian experience? 

Glide through the calm canals, admiring the city’s beauty from the water and reflecting on a day filled with cultural discovery and historical insights.

Day 14: Murano & Burano Artisan Tour

Murano & Burano Day Trip, Italy

On the last day of your 14-day tour, we will explore the vibrant and historic islands of Murano and Burano. Your private guide will meet you at your hotel, from where you’ll board a water taxi to Murano, the renowned Island of Glass.

Discovering Murano: The Island of Glass

In Murano, delve into the island’s illustrious history of glassmaking, a craft that has thrived here since the 13th century. 

Learn about the origins of this art form and the ancient law that transformed Murano into the glassmaking capital of the world. 

Visit a working glass factory where you’ll witness master glassmakers shape molten glass into exquisite pieces, from delicate beadwork to grand chandeliers. Your guide will unveil the intricate processes and storied traditions behind each creation.

Burano’s Lacemaking Legacy

Continue your journey to Burano; the island celebrated for its exquisite needlepoint lace. Here, you’ll have the unique opportunity to watch artisans craft lace with age-old techniques, keeping the rich heritage of lacemaking alive.

A Stroll Through Color

Burano is also famed for its vividly painted houses, which line the canals and streets in a dazzling array of colors. 

Enjoy a leisurely walk with your guide through this picturesque setting, capturing the essence of the island’s vibrant spirit.

 As your day trip to Murano and Burano concludes, reflect on these unique islands’ artisan culture and rich histories. Your private water taxi will transport you back to Venice, bringing an end to a day filled with artistic discovery and colorful explorations.

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