A country of contrasts
Switzerland is a country of contrasts, not only in its rich and varied geography, but in its cultural diversity and four official languages. Its stunning landscape includes dramatic snow-dusted peaks, tranquil shimmering lakes, and charming, picturesque towns and villages. Unique and admired the world over is its fantastic transport system, encouraging visitors to explore the most beautiful corners of this country in their own time, by boat, bus, train and mountain railway, all without a hitch. We have a wide range of destinations for you to choose from on Switzerland holidays, plus an enthralling selection of scenic tours, by rail and/or lake steamer, some for the more independent traveller, and one escorted by an experienced Inghams guide. We also offer the chance to travel by rail all the way from the UK to our hotels in Switzerland. Highlights of holidays in Switzerland include trips to see the magnificent Matterhorn and resorts such as Zermatt, Grindelwald, Davos, Montreux and Kandersteg.
The Swiss Half-Price Travel Card
Half-Price Travel Card worth over £80 included. This free card entitles you to up to 50% reduction on first and second class travel on most of the superb Swiss transport network (trains, cable-cars, boats etc). It also gives free travel to children from 6 to 15 years old, when accompanied by a parent with the Family Card. Grandparents travelling with grandchildren are also able to benefit from this offer with the purchase of the Grandparents Card (pay locally).
Switzerland is a pleasure to explore independently using the world-renowned network of mountain railways, steamboats and buses. There is a wealth of excursions available from pretty lakeside towns and castles to stunning waterfalls, mountains and glaciers. Using your half-price travel card included in your holiday is a gread value way to explore all that Switzerland has to offer!
No. of Airports: 2
Fly from: London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Luton, London City, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Cambridge, Jersey, Newcastle, Leeds-Bradford & Amsterdam.
The town of Davos lies in a beautiful Alpine valley, right in the heart of Switzerland’s Graubünden and with over 700km of marked walking trails, is one of Switzerland’s top walking destinations.More information
Set at the foot of the impressive ‘North Face’ of the Eiger, with its dramatic glaciers in full view, Grindelwald is a friendly mountain village with chalet-style houses, cafés, restaurants and a good variety of shops.More information
Interlaken is set between the sparkling waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, and enjoys a magnificent setting on the banks of the River Aare with the snow-capped peaks of the Jungfrau, Mönch, and Eiger forming the perfect backdrop.More information
Kandersteg is an attractive alpine village enjoying a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery in all directions. The main street is lined with inviting cafés and restaurants, and small shops selling local produce and the walking possibilities are excellent with an abundance of trails around and above the village,More information
Set in a stunning valley of green meadows strewn with farms and sun-worn chalets, Klosters is a peaceful, quiet village, with wonderful scope for walking. It is surrounded by rolling hills and rural activity, providing a spectacular backdrop for the varied walking terrain.More information