Early in the morning of our sixth day, we will leave the grand urban life behind and head for the quiet haven of the mighty Swiss Alps.

First stop: Engelberg resort, where we can take the cable car to the summit of the ever-frozen Mt. Titlis (info in the box that’s below).

Beware, though: the journey to the top is long and requires three stops, although the effort will be worth it. Plus you’ll have the chance to board the first revolving gondola in the world, called the Titlis Rotair, a perfect vantage point for the most spectacular views over the glaciers, lush forests, winding valleys and summits below. On top, you can take a moment to breathe in the crisp air and take a beautiful phono on the sun terrace. We’ll also cross the highest suspension bridge in Europe, also at Mt. Titlis. When we’ve had enough of the altitude, we’ll descend across the hills and stop by the lakeside. Some say that the way to taste the real feel of Switzerland is to visit Lucerne, a wonderfully picturesque town that makes the subject of so many postcard images, with its lakes and pastures, edelweiss-filled meadows and Alpine villages hiding at the foot of the imposing mountains.

We’ll have plenty of time to wander about and even admire the Lion Monument, famously described by Mark Twain as “the most mournful and moving piece of stone in the world”. But don’t let that spot bring you down: the city is a happy, sunny place and in the afternoon, we can take a moment to eat chocolate and shop for souvenirs and then embark for our trip to Zurich at Lucerne Central Station.

We’ll stay in Zurich or nearby overnight. The hotels we usually use are Radisson Blu Hotel Zurich Airport and  Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Zurich Airport but you  may be accommodated in a different but equal three-star hotel in the city or a city nearby.

More about Mount Titlis

Covered in snow all year round, the mighty Mount Titlis is one of the most popular skiing destinations in Switzerland. But even if gliding on the pristine snow isn’t exactly your activity of choice, you can hike around the glaciers, explore the caves or simply walk over the highest suspension bridge found in Europe. Mount Titlis is also renowned for featuring the first revolving cable car, the Titlis Rotair, which affords the most scenic views over the mountainous landscape below.

Prices for the Blue Line –  MUNICH – MT. TITLIS – LUCERNE – ZURICH tour:

  • Price per person per night on a twin-share basis:

Adult: €73, land-only price
Children: €63 (Aged 2-11)* land-only price
Infant: No charge (Aged under 2)**
* Children occupy a seat on coach, shares a room with two adults – without extra bed.
** Infant does not occupy a seat on coach (on lap) shares a room with an adult, no extra bed.

Plus mandatory tip for the tour manager and driver of €5 per person per day (€3 for the tour manger and €2 for the driver, which will be collected by the tour manager whilst on tour).

  • Single Supplement

€30 per room/per night

Payable at the time of booking. If single share option is chosen and confirmed, the total single supplement will be refunded.

  • Pre/Post Accommodation

€35 per person per night (twin share basis) same hotel as the tour (in the city or a city nearby)*

*This price is only available when booked the (one) night before the tour starts and the (one) night when the tour finishes.

Note: No charge for child sharing a room with two adults, without extra bed. Additional night(s) can to be requested, at a different price. Information about pre and/or post accommodation bookings for more than one night is a follows:

– Should your customer request extra nights’ accommodation in addition to the one night pre and/or post in the tour hotel, we are happy to facilitate this but we cannot guarantee the same tour hotel and the same rate for these additional nights.

– We cannot guarantee the hotels will be in the city center, therefore we cannot guarantee there will be easy access to public transportation, except by taxi. Hotel information will be confirmed closer to the time of travel, as such information is released 24 hours prior to check-in.

Transfers – Airport/Train/Hotel/Meeting Point Pick-up/Drop-off

€25 each way/per person (Minimum 2 persons)

Only available between 07:00 – 22:00

Airport transfers are available only to/from Paris (CDG/ORY), Amsterdam (AMS), Frankfurt (FRA) Rome (FCO/CIA), Prague (PRA), Budapest (BUD), and Vienna (VIE).

If you are arriving from/to another city or airport and outside of the transfer times above, this will be on a request basis.

With airport/train station transfers, the driver allocated to you reserves the right to leave the premises after 90 minutes of scheduled pick-up time, if the customers are a ‘no show’. If this happens, yourpayment will be forfeited. If the service is still required, full payment will be required again at the time of re-booking.

In the event of flight delays or cancellations, please  get in touch with your assigned driver at your earliest opportunity to re-schedule a new time. For any missed transfer as a result of a flight/train/ferry delay, please make a claim directly to the relevant company, as we do not accept responsibility for such losses/additional expenses.

If you are interested in our offer just send us an email and we can make you a detailed offer.


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