Due to the unexpected situation, Switzerland is not as crowded as usual. Thus, it is a unique chance to avoid mass of tourists this year. The world-famous natural beauties of Switzerland can be discovered particularly well on a car trip. Take a few days off, leave your worries behind and enjoy the impressive mountains and wonderful lakes. We collected the most beautiful routes and you can also have a look at our private excursions in our virtual booklet.
From Gstaad to Lucerne
Stop in Interlaken and take the cog railway to the Schynige Platte to see the Bernese giants Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau are close to check. The journey continues along Lake Thun to Bern and through Entlebuch to Lucerne. A round trip in a steamboat on Lake Lucerne ensures that this 310-kilometer tour is completed perfectly.
From Davos to Lugano
The 290-kilometer section of the Grand Tour through Switzerland from the meeting point of the Jetsets in Graubünden to the shores of Lake Lugano is particularly scenic. Along the route, countless sights await you from the national park near Zernez via the picturesque Engadine houses to the spectacular Viamala Gorge.
Great St. Bernhard (Grosser St. Bernhard)
In summer, instead of the tunnel, take the mountain route that leads to the 2 469-meter-high pass, the third highest pass road in Switzerland. At the top is the hospice, founded in 1050 by Saint Bernard of Aosta. In the hospice you can see the famous rescue dogs - Barry was the star among them - that were bred here, and which saved many stray travellers from freezing with a sip of the schnapps keg.
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** If there would be the smallest chance of infection or other needs of our clients, the capacity of Swiss Hospitals is high, and all institutes are well prepared.