Interlaken – Jungfraujoch – Lucerne – Pilatus
The geography of Switzerland is notable for its great diversity. Switzerland’s three main geographical regions are the Jura, Plateau and the Alps. The geography of Switzerland means that the climate varies greatly from one region to another. Depending on the area and the time of year, Switzerland experiences conditions reminiscent both of Siberia and of the Mediterranean.
Arrival at Interlaken by 2nd class in train from the Swiss border or any Swiss airport. Overnight stay at Interlaken.
Proceed for excursions from Interlaken up to the Jungfraujoch also known as Top of Europe. From Interlaken Ost, proceed via Lauterbrunnen where you have to change trains and Wengen to the Kleine Scheidegg situated at the foot of the famous Eiger North Wall. Further proceed by Jungfrau Railway to the Jungfraujoch situated at a height of 3454 m/11’333 ft making it the the highest railway station in Europe. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Aletsch Glacier which is the longest glacier in the Alps. Overnight stay at Interlaken.
Proceed from Interlaken to Lucerne on a rail trip by Brunig Express. Panoramic seats in 1st class are the only class available. Overnight stay at Lucerne.
Enjoy a fine cruise on Lake Lucerne from Lucerne to Alpnachstad. Further proceed up to the Pilatus situated at a height of 2132 m/7000ft by the steepest cogwheel railway in the world. It’s operational in summers from June to end of September. During winter, you can take the bus from Lucerne to Kriens and further to Pilatus from Kriens in a panoramic gondola. Spend your time at leisure. Overnight stay at Lucerne.
Return to Swiss border or airport or continue your stay in Switzerland at your own request.