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The land of four languages, Switzerland is more than just its chocolate, cuckoo, and yodeling. With its enchanting Alpines and urban culture, Switzerland is a place to experience a once in a lifetime journey.

Destination in a Nutshell

41,285 km²


8.637 million




Quick Facts

  • The Alps make up almost 60% of the country

  • Travel Adaptor is a must as Switzerland’s socket has three holes, unlike in most Europe with only two.

  • Switzerland is famous for its many specialties such chocolate, cheese, and Swiss watch.

  • Currency: Swiss Franc

  • Language: German, Italian, Romansh, French

  • Time zone: GMT +2

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: April to June and September
  • Best time to avoid crowds. This is the best time for honeymooners and families to book as the crowds thin out, accommodation deals, traveler hot spots become more commonplace, and the best restaurants finally have some space available.

  • Spring in Switzerland is idyllic, with warm temperatures, blooms of wildflowers and local produce in abundance.

High Season: July to August and December to April
  • Best time for exploring outdoor

  • The summer months, particularly July and August, are when walkers tie up their hiking boots and hit Switzerland's high-altitude trails.

  • Christmas and New Year see serious snow-sports action on the slopes: skiers, snowboarders and spa-goers book their hotels early to secure access to the finest powder.

Low Season: October To March
  • Best time for budget travelers.

  • Some sights will have shorter hours and there will be fewer trains to famous tourist spots like Jungfraujoch. Other places, like Le Corbusier’s Villa Le Lac, will be closed entirely.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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