Even in Switzerland, we can make time stand still
There are parts of Switzerland that haven’t changed for millions of years. Glaciers. Alps. Even natural hot tubs. So it should come as no surprise that the best way to travel in Switzerland hasn’t changed either, by train.
With a Swiss Mountain Peaks rail inclusive package from Rail Europe. It includes 4 rail trips and 3 nights in a 3-star hotel as part of a dramatic journey. Your travel begins by experiencing the spectacular views of Switzerland from Schilthorn/Piz Gloria (if it looks familiar, than you must be a James Bond fan).
And there’s the equally awe-inspiring excursion to the kingdom of ice otherwise known as Mt. Titlis, a glacial paradise you’ll access by boat in summer and mountain train in winter. So even as you pass Alps 15,000 feet above sea level, you’re never above see level. Once again, it seems Rail Europe really has thought of everything.
Here's what you get:
- Swiss Card with 4 rail transfers in 2nd class.
- 3 nights accommodation with breakfast in 3 star hotels (1 night each in Interlaken, Engelberg, and Zurich).
- Excursion to Mt. Schilthorn
- Excursion to Mt. Titlis
Level of Service
Package offers second-class rail and 3 star hotels. First-class rail, four-star hotels, and additional hotel nights also available.
Conditions of Use
The itinerary cannot be changed, however the traveler can choose the direction in which they would like to travel.
Reservations are not included in the rail pass and are an additional cost.
Reservations are required for all scenic trains.
All changes to the package, once the hotels have been confirmed, will incur a $30 fee per change.
The package is 100% refundable up to 30 days prior to first hotel stay. There will be a $30 cancellation fee.
From 29 – 6 days prior to 1st hotel stay the package is 85% refundable.
From 5 – 2 days prior to the 1st hotel stay the package is 70% refundable.
From 1 day prior to the first hotel stay the package is non refundable.
Packages do not qualify for the Rail Protection Plan ™.
Prices are subject to change.