Our Swiss City Breaks 

Romantic alleyways, people in love with life, designer boutiques and modern architecture – all these trends and traditions are within easy walking distance when you visit the Swiss cities.



Nestled in the Three Countries of Germany, France and Switzerland, Basel is a city full of surprises. The city canton with roughly 190,000 inhabitants and a 2000-year history is located on the bend of the Rhine on the borders with France and Germany. The city offers a unique range of culture and art, and possesses one of Europe's most attractive and best-preserved Old Towns.


Bern is the Capital of Switzerland and seat of the Swiss Federal authorities. Dating back to the 12th century, it‘s still the fine old city of by-gone days. Nothing could spoil its charming appearance, those ancient fountains and towers, the sandstone steps which were worn down by past and present generations of walkers, and the famous 4 miles of the arcaded streets with their beautiful and tempting shops – a paradise for shoppers and browsers. 


The city tour of Geneva will bring you to visit the International part of Geneva through the centre of the world’s peacemaking organizations followed by a tour of the main tourist attractions of the city like the Fountain and the wonderful Flower clock. Then get a taste of Geneva’s history with the mini-train Tramway Tour and dig even deeper into the Old Town with your guide on a walking tour.


Interlaken lies at the foot of the world-famous Jungfrau Mountain in the very heart of Switzerland between the Lakes of Thun and Brienz. As one of Europe’s oldest resorts, English and Russian royalty once came here, built their summer castles and stayed for “the season.” Some of the castles have disappeared, and some remain, but the feeling of the past, of gentler times and quieter days, is still very much a part of the town.


The world-famous, historical city of Lucerne lies in Switzerland in the heart of Europe. Because of its central location right on Lake Lucerne, which is surrounded by grand mountains like Mount Titlis at 3000 meters high or the impressive Mount Pilatus, Lucerne is considered to be the "Switzerland in Switzerland"


Thanks to its geographical configuration Lugano is often called the „little Rio de Janeiro“ of the Old Continent. Its subtropical vegetation and pleasant climate all year round make Lugano one of the most popular Swiss holiday resorts. Lugano offers all the amenities of a cosmopolitan city in a charming and relaxing atmosphere. 


Zurich is top for leisure and pleasure. Gentle hills, peaceful woods, the unpolluted lakes and rivers, picturesque villages - and all just a stone's throw from the Alps. Enjoy the pretty old town of Zurich, the trendy new Zurich West district and the glorious lake. With opera, ballet, theatre premieres, shows, musicals, art exhibitions in over 50 museums and 100 galleries, time never drags in Zurich. The famous Bahnhofstrasse and the Limmatquai are a shopper's paradise.