One Month Swiss Tour Itinerary

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How to Spend 28 Days In Switzerland

If you are planning to spend a month in Switzerland, look no further than our 28-day private tour itinerary, meticulously designed to showcase the nation’s unparalleled beauty.

With our ultimate Swiss tour plan, you’ll journey from Zurich’s historic lanes to the towering mountains of Zermatt and St. Moritz, which will take you to the core of Swiss splendor. Delight in the exhilaration of alpine skiing, the tranquil beauty of waterside villages, and the picturesque allure of vine-covered terrains.

Destinations on Our 28-Day Swiss Tour Itinerary

Days 1-4: Zurich

Rhine Falls and Schaffhausen



Days 5-8:Lucerne 

Mount Pilatus and the Dragon Path

Mount Rigi for panoramic views and spa experience

Engelberg and Titlis for glacier views

Days 9-12: Interlaken 

Jungfraujoch, the “Top of Europe”



Days 13-16: Zermatt


Gornergrat railway 

Klein Matterhorn and Glacier Paradise

Days 17-20: Lausanne 

Lavaux Vineyard Terraces

Montreux and Chillon Castle


Days 21-24: Lugano 

Swissminiatur in Melide


Morcote, voted the most beautiful village in Switzerland

Days 25-28: St. Moritz – Ski Destination

Day 1: Zurich Highlights

Zurich, Switzerland

Our grand 28-day tour of Switzerland gets underway in Zurich, the country’s largest city, set against the beautiful backdrop of snow-capped mountains and serene Lake Zurich. 

Your Switzerland odyssey begins with your guide collecting you from the airport or meeting you at the hotel’s doors in the city.

Old Town Exploration

Delve into the heart of Zurich’s Old Town, where medieval houses, narrow lanes, and town squares reveal centuries of history. Admire the Grossmünster’s iconic twin towers and the stained-glass beauty of Fraumünster Church.

Bahnhofstrasse Shopping

Stroll down Bahnhofstrasse, one of the world’s most exclusive shopping streets. Luxury boutiques, department stores, and Swiss watch shops offer a premier retail experience.

Lake Zurich and Surroundings

Embark on a scenic cruise on Lake Zurich, taking in the tranquil waters and stunning vistas of the Alps. Explore lakeside parks and the charming villages dotting the shoreline.

Art and Culture at Kunsthaus

Visit the Kunsthaus Zurich, home to one of the most significant art collections in Switzerland. It features works from the Middle Ages to contemporary art, including pieces by Munch, Picasso, and Giacometti.

This private tour of Zurich promises an immersive experience of the city’s rich heritage, bustling modern life, and natural beauty, all guided by your local expert.

Day 2: Rhine Falls & Schaffhausen Day Trip

Rhine Falls, Switzerland

Your private driver will collect you in the morning for your day trip to the majestic Rhine Falls, which are just 30 minutes outside of Zurich.

Majestic Rhine Falls

Witness the awe-inspiring Rhine Falls, Europe’s largest waterfall, where the mighty Rhine River cascades down a 23-meter drop. Feel the mist on your face and hear the mighty roar of the falls at this natural wonder, offering spectacular photo opportunities and scenic boat rides.

Capture stunning photos from various vantage points, and for a closer encounter, embark on a scenic boat ride that takes you right to the base of the falls, offering a unique perspective of their magnificence.

Historic Schaffhausen

After immersing yourself in the beauty of Rhine Falls, continue your journey to the picturesque town of Schaffhausen. 

Steeped in medieval charm, Schaffhausen boasts a well-preserved old town adorned with oriel windows, frescoed facades, and cobblestone streets that whisper tales of centuries past. 

Explore the iconic Munot Fortress, perched atop a hill, offering panoramic views of the town and the vineyards stretching along the Rhine. Wander through the town’s charming streets, discovering hidden gems around every corner, before bidding farewell to Schaffhausen and returning to Zurich.

Day 3: Day Trip to Rapperswil, the Town of Roses

Rapperswil, Switzerland

Known affectionately as the “town of roses,” Rapperswil is a delightful destination for a day trip from Zurich.

Rapperswil’s Floral Charm

Upon arrival at Rapperswil, you’ll be greeted by the town’s floral charm and picturesque surroundings. 

Discover the enchanting rose gardens, boasting over 15,000 roses in hundreds of varieties, creating a kaleidoscope of colors and fragrances that enchant the senses. 

Stroll through the cobblestone streets of the old town, marveling at the historic buildings and quaint cafes that line the waterfront. 

Explore Rapperswil Castle, a medieval fortress offering panoramic views of Lake Zurich and the surrounding countryside, before indulging in a leisurely lunch at one of the town’s charming eateries.

Lake Zurich Cruise from Rapperswill

Before returning to your central accommodation, our itinerary takes you on a serene boat ride across Lake Zurich, offering unparalleled views of the shimmering waters and the Alpine silhouette in the distance. 

Arrive back in Zurich refreshed and rejuvenated, with memories of Rapperswil’s floral charm lingering in your heart.

Day 4: Day Trip to Winterthur

Winterthur City, Switzerland

Our next day trip from Zurich is to Winterthur, often celebrated as Switzerland’s cultural treasure trove. This city seamlessly marries its industrial heritage with a vibrant arts scene, housing an impressive array of museums, galleries, and theaters that beckon culture enthusiasts from near and far.

Museum and Art Exploration

Immerse yourself in the artistic splendor of the Oskar Reinhart Collection at the Museum Oskar Reinhart am Stadtgarten with a private guided tour showcasing European art from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. 

Villa Flora and Hahnloser Collection

Your artistic journey continues through Villa Flora, home to the Hahnloser Collection, where intimate spaces display works by Van Gogh, Cézanne, and Matisse, among others. 

This private tour offers a glimpse into a passionate art-collecting family’s legacy within their former residence, surrounded by lush gardens.

Brühlberg Park and Panorama

Before traveling back to Zurich for the evening, we would suggest enjoying a wander through Brühlberg Park, a green oasis offering sweeping views of Winterthur. 

Day 5: Lucerne

The Chapel Bridge, Lucerne, Switzerland

Day 5 begins with a seamless one-hour private transfer from Zurich to Lucerne, which will be your base for the next four days.

Guided Tour of Lucerne

Upon arrival in Lucerne, your adventure begins with a guided tour through this quintessential Swiss town, known for its preserved medieval architecture and situated by the tranquil waters of Lake Lucerne. 

Landmarks and Lakeside Wonders

Join your guide as you stroll across the famous Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke), an iconic wooden bridge adorned with centuries-old paintings, leading you to the historical heart of Lucerne. 

Explore the well-preserved old town, with its colorful facades and bustling market squares, and marvel at the impressive Water Tower. 

Visit the poignant Lion Monument, a tribute to Swiss Guards who perished during the French Revolution, and take in the serene beauty of the lake promenade, offering breathtaking views of Mount Pilatus and the surrounding peaks.

You can choose to enjoy evening entertainment in the town or retire to your hotel before the next three days of planned Swiss Alps mountain experiences!

Great service. Excellent and experienced guide (Marc). Peaceful day with beauty all around us. Marc took us to places off the beaten path and was intent to insure we did the things we wanted to do most. Very attentive to our needs. Highly recommend this high value tour!
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Day 6: Mount Pilatus and the Dragon Path

Cable Car to Mount Pilatus, Switzerland

Your journey to Mount Pilatus begins with a scenic ride up the world’s steepest cogwheel railway, leading you to the summit of this legendary mountain, steeped in tales of dragons and ancient spirits. 

The ascent offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes, setting the stage for a day of exploration and awe.

The Dragon Path and Alpine Vistas

At the summit, embark on the Dragon Path, a captivating trail that weaves through the mountain’s rugged terrain, offering panoramic vistas at every turn. 

Marvel at the sweeping views of the Swiss Alps and the pristine lakes below. The experience culminates with a descent via aerial cableway and gondola, providing a different perspective of the majestic scenery.

Day 7: Mount Rigi and Spa Experience

Mount Rigi, Switzerland

Your day trip to Mount Rigi, known as the “Queen of the Mountains,” begins with a tranquil boat ride across Lake Lucerne to Vitznau, where you’ll board the historic cogwheel train to the summit.

Summit & Spa

At the summit, indulge in the panoramic views that stretch across the Swiss Plateau to the Black Forest in Germany. 

After soaking in the vistas, descend to Rigi Kaltbad to enjoy a rejuvenating spa experience at the Mineral Baths & Spa, where natural mineral springs and modern design create a serene wellness retreat amidst the mountains.

Day 8: Engelberg & Titlis Glacier

Engelberg Village, Switzerland

Just 30 minutes from Lucerne with your private driver, you will arrive in the charming alpine village of Engelberg. Wander through the village, admiring its traditional Swiss architecture and the serene natural beauty that makes Engelberg a gem in central Switzerland.

Titlis Glacier Experience

From Engelberg, ascend to the summit of Mount Titlis via the rotating Titlis Rotair cable car, offering 360-degree views of the Alps. 

At the top, step onto the Titlis Glacier and cross the highest suspension bridge in Europe, the Titlis Cliff Walk. Explore the glacier cave and, if you’re feeling adventurous, take a ride on the Ice Flyer chairlift over the glacier crevasses.

Your guide will deliver you back to Lucerne in the evening as you prepare for the next section of our ultimate 28-day Switzerland tour, based in the adventurous town of Interlaken!

Day 9: Interlaken

Schynige Platte, Train, Switzerland

Interlaken serves as the adventure capital of Switzerland. With its unique location and breathtaking scenery, this enchanting town is a gateway to outdoor activities and a haven for nature lovers. 

The town, just an hour’s drive from Lucerne, will be your base for the next four nights.

Beatus Caves

Explore the mystical St. Beatus Caves, where legend meets natural wonder. 

Venture into the heart of the mountain to discover vast caverns and cascading waterfalls, illuminated to reveal their full splendor, and learn about the legend of Saint Beatus, the dragon slayer.

Schynige Platte Railway

Take a nostalgic journey on the Schynige Platte Railway, a historic cogwheel train that winds through alpine meadows and pastures. 

At the top, discover the Alpine Garden, home to over 650 species of high-altitude flora, and soak in the panoramic vistas of the Bernese Alps.

This private tour of Interlaken unveils the natural beauty and adventure that make this Swiss town a must-visit destination and the ideal location for the following three days of action-packed tours!

Day 10: Jungfraujoch, the “Top of Europe”

Jungfraujoch, Sphinx Observatory, Switzerland

Day 10 begins with a scenic train ride through picturesque alpine landscapes to Jungfraujoch. Ascend through the Eiger and Mönch mountains, marveling at the stunning vistas unfolding with each track turn.

Summit At The “Top of Europe”

Upon reaching Jungfraujoch, the highest railway station in Europe, immerse yourself in the high-alpine wonderland of snow, ice, and rock. 

Visit the Sphinx Observation Deck for breathtaking panoramic views, explore the Ice Palace, and step out onto the Aletsch Glacier, experiencing the beauty and majesty of the Swiss Alps from the very top.

After your full-day guided tour, your driver will be waiting for you at the bottom of the mountain to deliver you back to your hotel in Interlaken for a well-earned rest! 

Me and my husband wanted to see the unseen parts of Switzerland. In this attempt, we were googling through a lot of things and came across Private Tours Switzerland and we are happy that we did. Since this was weekend outing, we decided for the hidden gems day trip. Joshua was always responsive and was clear about everything during the entire booking process. On the day of the trip, our guide Roland was on time and was great - friendly, cooperative and enthusiastic. He was experienced about the weather so we are able to get better views everywhere. We loved the trip, the places were serene and beautiful. The car was comfortable. Would definitely contact them in future for more interesting and longer trips to explore Switzerland..
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Day 11: Grindelwald

Grindelwald, Switzerland

The action and adventure continue as you make your way to Grindelwald, 30 minutes outside of Interlaken. Start with a thrilling ride on the First Flyer, a zip line that offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.

First Flyer Zip Line

Your Grindelwald tour gets underway with an adrenaline rush on the First Flyer, a thrilling zip line that offers sweeping panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. 

Feel the wind in your hair as you soar high above the alpine landscape, taking in the majestic beauty of the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau mountains from a unique vantage point.

Hiking the Alpine Trails

After your aerial adventure, lace up your hiking boots and set out to explore Grindelwald’s extensive network of hiking trails. 

Our tour planning team will help you choose from a variety of routes that cater to all skill levels, from strolls to challenging ascents. 

Traverse meadows adorned with wildflowers and cross babbling streams, and ascend to panoramic viewpoints that offer awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding peaks. 

Whether you opt for a stroll or an adrenaline-fueled trek, you’ll be rewarded with unparalleled views and a profound connection to the pristine alpine wilderness.

Overnight in Interlaken.

Day 12: Thun Day Trip

Thun Castle, Switzerland

Thun is a medieval town adjacent to Lake Thun and famous for its historical Thun Castle, which dates back to the 12th century.

Located just 30 minutes from Interlaken with a private driver, or alternatively, you may wish to take one of the famous paddle steamer boats from Interlaken to Thun for a more stylish arrival or departure!

Thun Castle Tour

Your first stop is the iconic Thun Castle, symbolizing the town’s rich heritage and architectural prowess. 

Ascend the winding pathways to the castle’s imposing gates, where you’ll be greeted by sweeping views of the surrounding landscape and the shimmering waters of Lake Thun. 

Step inside with your guide to uncover centuries of history within the castle’s walls, from its medieval origins to its role as a strategic fortress and noble residence. 

Marvel at the intricate details of the castle’s interior, including ornate furnishings, ancient artifacts, and captivating exhibits that offer insight into Thun’s storied past.

Old Town Exploration

After immersing yourself in the grandeur of Thun Castle, venture into the heart of the Old Town, where narrow alleys and charming squares await exploration. 

Wander through centuries-old streets lined with colorful facades, traditional shops, and quaint cafes, each corner revealing a new story of Thun’s vibrant history. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Town Hall, stroll along the River Aare’s picturesque banks, and pause to admire the ornate fountains that adorn the town squares. 

Your knowledgeable guide will regale you with tales of Thun’s illustrious past, from its medieval origins to its rise as a thriving center of commerce and culture.

Lake Thun Promenade

Conclude your tour with a leisurely stroll along the scenic promenade that borders Lake Thun. This promenade offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and crystal-clear waters. 

Breathe in the fresh alpine air as you meander along the lakeshore, pausing to admire the swans gliding gracefully across the water and the sailboats dancing in the breeze. 

Your driver will deliver to your Interlaken accommodation in advance of the next section of our itinerary, which will see you take to the slopes in Switzerland!

Day 13: Zermatt

Zermatt, Matterhorn, Switzerland

Home to the famous Matterhorn, Zermatt is a testament to alpine beauty and outdoor adventure, drawing visitors into a world where nature’s grandeur meets timeless Swiss charm. 

With its breathtaking mountain vistas and pristine environment, this car-free village will be your base for the next four nights.

Matterhorn Museum – Zermatlantis

Dive into the heart of Zermatt’s past and the saga of the Matterhorn at the Zermatlantis museum, where the village’s mountaineering heritage and the tragic first ascent of the Matterhorn are brought to life through immersive exhibits and artifacts.

Cheese Factory Visit

Gain insight into the art of Swiss cheese-making with a visit to a local cheese factory in Zermatt. 

Witness the meticulous process of turning fresh Alpine milk into delicious cheese varieties, and enjoy a tasting session that allows you to savor the rich, authentic flavors that make Swiss cheese celebrated worldwide.

Day 14: Skiing or Snowboarding on the Slopes of the Matterhorn

Skiing Zermatt, Matterhorn, Fondue, Switzerland

Embrace the exhilaration of skiing or snowboarding on the pristine slopes of the Matterhorn, where world-class pistes offer challenges and joys for all skill levels. 

Glide over fresh snow with the iconic Matterhorn in constant view, providing a stunning backdrop to an unforgettable day in the mountains.

Après-Ski in Zermatt

After a day of carving through the snow, unwind in Zermatt’s vibrant après-ski scene. 

Warm up in cozy mountain lodges or chic bars, where you can share tales of your slope adventures over mulled wine, local brews, and traditional Swiss fare.

Day 15: Gornergrat Railway for Mountain Views

Gornergrat Train Station, Zermatt, Switzerland

Board the Gornergrat Railway, a cogwheel train that takes you on a scenic ascent to the Gornergrat summit. 

Witness the changing landscapes, from lush greenery to snow-covered peaks, as you climb higher, with the Matterhorn ever-present on the horizon.

Panoramic Alpine Splendor

At Gornergrat, stand in awe of the 360-degree views encompassing 29 peaks over 4,000 meters, including Switzerland’s highest, Monte Rosa, and the expansive Gorner Glacier. 

This natural balcony offers some of the most breathtaking vistas in the Alps, making it a photographer’s and nature lover’s paradise.

Had a wonderful day with Marc as we toured hidden gems. Each location was beautiful and we had perfect views and hikes tailored for our family of 5. He was knowledgeable on the area and flexible in changing to meet whatever we were wanting. We had a traditional picnic in the base of a lovely mountain and hiked to several waterfalls. No one else on the trail. I would highly recommend if you like to be off the beaten path.
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Day 16: Klein Matterhorn and Glacier Paradise

Ascend to Europe’s highest cableway station at Klein Matterhorn, stepping into a world where snow and ice reign supreme. 

The journey upwards presents a tapestry of alpine beauty, culminating in an awe-inspiring arrival at Glacier Paradise.

Ice Sculptures and Eternal Snow

Explore the mesmerizing Glacier Palace, a realm of ice sculptures and crevasses beneath the glacier’s surface. 

Venture onto the observation platform, where views of Italy, France, and Switzerland converge in a stunning alpine panorama. 

For the adventurous, the snow park offers skiing and snowboarding, ensuring that the thrills continue even at 3,883 meters above sea level.

These three days of day trips from Zermatt to the heart of the Swiss Alps offer a blend of high-octane adventure, breathtaking natural beauty, and moments of serene contemplation amidst the snow-capped peaks. They make for an unforgettable part of your Swiss journey before you travel to Lausanne the following day.

Day 17: Lausanne

Lausanne, Switzerland

Lausanne, with its steep hills and stunning lake views, offers an array of experiences from historical explorations to contemporary arts.

Lausanne Cathedral

Discover the Gothic splendor of Lausanne Cathedral, Switzerland’s most impressive early Gothic edifice. 

Your guide will reveal its history and tales from the past as you admire the intricate stained glass, and climb the tower for a panoramic view of the city and Lake Geneva.

Collection de l’Art Brut

Venture into the unique world of outsider art at the Collection de l’Art Brut, where works by untrained artists offer profound insights into creativity beyond conventional boundaries. 

This museum houses an exceptional array of pieces, each with its own story and raw emotional power.

Day 18: Lavaux Vineyard Terraces for Wine Tasting

Lavaux Vineyards, Wine Tasting, Switzerland

Today’s day trip involves joining your private driver for a guided tour through the UNESCO-listed Lavaux Vineyard Terraces, where centuries of winemaking tradition are etched into the landscape. 

Wine Tasting Experience

Savor the region’s flavors with a private wine-tasting session at a local winery nestled within the terraces. 

Under the guidance of a local expert, sample a selection of wines produced from grapes ripened under the Swiss sun. Each wine reflects the terroir’s distinct character and the winemakers’ skill.

Village Charm and Panoramic Views

Conclude your day with a visit to one of the charming villages dotting the Lavaux region. 

Enjoy the area’s serene beauty and take in the panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Alps, providing a perfect backdrop to reflect on the day’s discoveries.

Day 19: Montreux and Chillon Castle

Chillon Castle, Switzerland

Begin your day in the enchanting town of Montreux, nestled along the shores of Lake Geneva. Known for its mild climate and vibrant cultural scene, explore the beautiful lakeside promenade adorned with flowers and sculptures and catch a glimpse of the famous Montreux Jazz Festival venues.

Chillon Castle

Venture to the water’s edge to explore the medieval Chillon Castle, Switzerland’s most visited historic monument. 

With your guide, delve into the castle’s rich history, from its strategic military role to its inspiration for artists and writers, and wander through its grand halls and deep dungeons.

Freddie Mercury’s Legacy

Pay homage to Freddie Mercury, who found inspiration and solace in Montreux, with a visit to his statue overlooking the lake. 

Learn about his connection to the town and the recording studio where Queen created some of their most iconic music.

Day 20: Geneva

United Nations Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland

Discover Geneva, the city of peace, known for its role in international diplomacy. 

On our day trip, you will explore landmarks such as the United Nations Office, the Red Cross Museum, and the Broken Chair sculpture, each narrating part of Geneva’s contribution to global governance and humanitarian efforts.

Old Town and Jet d’Eau

Stroll through Geneva’s picturesque Old Town, where cobblestone streets lead to the stunning St. Pierre Cathedral. 

Then, witness the iconic Jet d’Eau, one of the world’s largest fountains and a symbol of the city’s creativity and ambition.

Lake Geneva Cruise

Cap off your day with a relaxing cruise on Lake Geneva, offering a different perspective of the city’s landmarks and the surrounding natural beauty. 

Glide past elegant shoreside villas, lush vineyards, and against a backdrop of the snow-capped Alps, reflecting on the rich experiences these three days have offered.

Great day tour! Marc picked our family of four up from the Zurich airport during a long 12 hour layover for a day tour of the sights. We went to many great lesser known hidden gems and views! This included the amazing country side with cows/sheep, cheese factory, William Tell, great picnic with raclette, and waterfalls!. Marc was very flexible an tailored the day to what we wanted to see and do.
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Day 21: Lugano

Lake Lugano Cruise, Switzerland

Lugano, celebrated as one of Switzerland’s sunniest locales, features a bit of everything that makes Switzerland such an unmissable destination. Its distinctive Italian heritage makes it a fabulous base for the next section of our ultimate one-month tour.

Lake Lugano Cruise

Your driver will deliver you to the lakeside promenade to board your cruise boat, where you’ll be greeted by friendly staff ready to whisk you away on a scenic journey.

Cruise Across Lake Lugano

As the boat sets sail, find a comfortable spot on deck to take in the panoramic views of Lake Lugano. Listen to the soothing sounds of the water lapping against the hull as you relax and unwind amidst the lake’s serene beauty.

Throughout the cruise, listen to engaging commentary from knowledgeable guides who share fascinating insights into the region’s history, culture, and landmarks. Learn about Lugano’s storied past, from its ancient origins to its emergence as a modern-day cultural hub.

Take advantage of opportunities to disembark at charming lakeside villages and explore their hidden treasures. Stretch your legs with a stroll along the promenade, pausing to admire colorful flower gardens and scenic viewpoints. Indulge in a leisurely lunch at a waterfront restaurant, savoring local specialties while basking in the tranquil ambiance of Lake Lugano.

Disembark at the lakeside promenade, where you can spend the remainder of the day exploring the city’s vibrant streets, browsing boutiques, or simply relaxing by the water’s edge as the sun sets over the horizon.

Day 22: Swissminiatur in Melide

Swissminiatur, Melide, Switzerland

After breakfast, set out on a short journey to the charming village of Melide, home to the enchanting Swissminiatur park. 

Located on the shores of Lake Lugano, this delightful attraction offers a unique opportunity to explore Switzerland in miniature, with meticulously crafted replicas of iconic landmarks and landscapes.

Discover Swissminiatur

Step into the miniature world of Swissminiatur and marvel at the intricate craftsmanship of the scaled-down replicas that dot the landscape. 

The miniature villages are complete with quaint houses, bustling markets, and winding streets lined with tiny shops. Admire the precision of the miniature trains as they chug along tracks, traversing bridges and tunnels with remarkable realism.

Scenic Stroll and Lakeside Relaxation

After exploring Swissminiatur, take a leisurely stroll along the lakeside promenade, soaking in the tranquil beauty of Lake Lugano.

Spend your evening in Lugano indulging in a delicious dinner at a local restaurant, recounting the highlights of your day, and planning your next Swiss adventure.

Day 23: Day Trip to Bellinzona’s UNESCO Castles

Walls of Montebello Castle in Bellinzona, Switzerland

Just a 40-minute journey from Lugano, your guide awaits to unveil the grandeur of Bellinzona’s ancient castles on a private tour.


Delve into the heart of Bellinzona by exploring Castelgrande, standing tall with panoramic views and a rich historical tapestry within its walls. The museum within offers a deep dive into its legacy through fascinating exhibits.


Next, Montebello Castle captivates with its medieval charm, from the iconic square tower to the panoramic vistas from its summit, offering a glimpse into the Middle Ages.

Sasso Corbaro: The tour culminates at Sasso Corbaro Castle, perched high with strategic views. Its exhibitions narrate the tales of Bellinzona’s illustrious past and the natural beauty that cradles it.

After a day of ancient castle exploration, you will return to Lugano with your driver in the evening.

Day 24: Morcote, the Most Beautiful Village in Switzerland

Morcote Village, Lake Lugano, Switzerland

Experience the timeless beauty of Morcote, which is voted the most beautiful village in Switzerland. 

Join your driver guide to discover hidden courtyards and quaint squares, each with its own story, and pause to admire panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains from vantage points throughout the village.

Santa Maria del Sasso

Visit the stunning hilltop church of Santa Maria del Sasso, an architectural masterpiece that overlooks the village of Morcote. 

Step inside to discover a treasure trove of religious art and artifacts, including frescoes and sculptures that date back centuries. 

Climb the church’s bell tower for sweeping views of Morcote and Lake Lugano, offering breathtaking views of the town and beyond.

Parco Scherrer

Explore the lush grounds of Parco Scherrer, a botanical garden nestled on the slopes above Morcote. 

Wander through verdant pathways lined with exotic plants and colorful flowers, pausing to admire tranquil ponds and cascading water features. Discover hidden grottos and shady groves, perfect for quiet reflection amidst nature’s beauty. 

Be sure to visit the park’s charming pavilions and sculptures, which pay homage to the park’s creator, Swiss entrepreneur and art collector Arturo Scherrer.

Return to Lugano and prepare for the final leg of our month-long itinerary, where you will be based in St Moritz for your skiing sojourn.

From start to finish, Joshua and Rilana our tour guides demonstrated the utmost patience and care for our needs, ensuring that every moment was enjoyable. Their attention to detail and willingness to customize the tour to our interests was unparalleled. Their enthusiasm was palpable, which made the experience truly memorable. Excellent time management and people skills were evident throughout the day. We were thoroughly impressed with the level of service provided throughout our nature-filled tour. They showed us hidden locations and the best spots for pictures, ensuring that we left with unforgettable memories. We can't thank them enough for being patient and caring for our needs all day, and we highly recommend Private Tours Switzerland services to anyone looking for an exceptional tour experience.
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Days 25-28: St. Moritz – Skiing or Snowboarding in the Engadin Valley

St. Moritz, Ski Trip, Switzerland

Embrace the thrill of winter sports as you spend your final days of our Switzerland itinerary skiing or snowboarding in the renowned Engadin Valley. St. Moritz offers an unforgettable alpine experience for skiers and snowboarders of all levels with its pristine slopes, panoramic vistas, and world-class amenities.

Choose Your Adventure

Whether you’re a seasoned expert or a novice eager to learn, the Engadin Valley caters to all skill levels with its diverse terrain and trails. 

Strap on your gear and carve through freshly groomed runs, weaving through snow-covered forests and open meadows against the backdrop of majestic peaks.

Expert Instruction

St. Moritz boasts top-notch ski schools and instructors who provide expert guidance and personalized instruction for those new to skiing or snowboarding. 

Learn the fundamentals of technique, gain confidence on the slopes, and experience the joy of gliding effortlessly through the snow under the guidance of seasoned professionals.

Après-Ski Delights

After a thrilling day on the slopes:

  1. Unwind with après-ski delights in St. Moritz’s charming village.
  2. Indulge in hearty alpine cuisine at cozy mountain restaurants, savoring traditional dishes like fondue or raclette paired with local wines.
  3. Share stories of your day’s adventures with fellow skiers and soak in the warm ambiance of après-ski gatherings.
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