Custom Tours of the Swiss Alps: Andermatt, Zermatt & More - Switzerland
Facing the giants: car-free paradise around Mürren
Facing the giants: car-free paradise around Mürren IMAGE


Mountain Paradise:
The Best of West Switzerland

Andermatt – Zermatt – Lake Geneva – Mürren – Lucerne

9 days | from EUR 1,449.00 pp in dbl-room*

Stay at a hotel only accessible by cable car on a tour of the spectacular Alpine landscapes of Western Switzerland. The round-trip tour from Zurich includes Switzerland's highest mountain, deepest valley and most stunning lakes.

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Day 1 to 3: Andermatt

Rental car pick-up
Broker: Sunny Cars
Vehicle: Mietwagen Sunnycars
Rate: Sunnycars (Stand: 08.11.2018): DC – Volvo V40 /AC/A/4dr oder ähnlich, All-in/FF
Location: Zürich Airport

To Andermatt110 km | 2 hours


The city at the northern end of Lake Zurich began as a Roman settlement called Turicum. Zurich didn't become a free city until the 13th century, and shortly after that joined the newly established Swiss Confederation. The town's rise to prominence began during the era of Protestant reformer Ulrich Zwingli, who lived in Zurich from 1484 to 1531 and laid the foundation for the emergence of a Puritan-capitalistic culture. Today Zurich is one of the world's richest cities in terms of per capita income and its citizens enjoy the best quality of life in the world according to a survey conducted in 2007. Millionaires and billionaires from around the globe have established a residence in the city because of Swiss bank privacy laws and the country's low tax rate. Yet Zurich has much more to offer than secret bank accounts and low taxes: an attractive old town with chic cafés and bars, over 40 museums, and the famous Bahnhofsstrasse, one of the most elegant shopping avenues in Europe.

A hotel in Andermatt2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

In the beautiful village of Andermatt, directly on the Reuss river and close to the Gotthard massif, stands the 300-year-old building which now houses a boutique hotel. During its renovation, the old charm was consciously preserved – old materials such as wood panelling, beams and masonry were combined with modern elements in high-quality design. Each of the three categories offers rooms that have been furnished with a lot of attention to detail. Their design was influenced by Feng Shui and their alpine environment. In the morning a rich breakfast buffet with many local products awaits and provides a perfect start into the day. In the bar of the hotel, one can not only choose from 30 types of whisky, but there are also regular special events around the topic of single malts.



Day 3 to 5: Zermatt

From Andermatt to Zermatt105 km | 2 hours 30 minutes


With an elevation of 2,005 meters, this pass connects the Rhône Valley in the Swiss canton of Wallis with the Val d'Ossola in the Italian province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola. People have been using the pass since prehistoric times. It was even later used by Roman emperors. The influential merchant Kaspar von Stockalper built the first road here in the 17th century, which is now a hiking trail. The modern road through the pass follows Napoleon Bonaparte's route. At the top of the pass there is a hospice. Coming down the southern side, you will find the Mediterranean-looking town of Simplon and the the romantically wild Gondo Gorge with the majestic, glacier-covered Fletschhorn towering above it. 

A colourful boutique hotel2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

Red and zebra is the surprisingly attractive colour combination that greets guests to this tastefully decorated hotel, in which every room is different, and every room features a carefully coordinated colour scheme. As guests will happily discover, the entire property has been thoughtfully designed to please the body and soul, from the gourmet restaurant in the warm, wood-panelled dining room to the full three levels of swimming pool and spa facilities. The extraordinary hotel endeavours to make a stay there an intrinsic part of the Zermatt experience. And it succeeds.



Day 5 and 6: Genf

From Zermatt to Genf233 km | 3 hours


A B&B in Geneva1 Night | Bed & Breakfast

The B&B is situated on a large green plot in a rural atmosphere in Petit-Saconnex, a quiet part of Geneva. Alain and Sylvie first renovated the former home of Sylvie's grandparents in 2012, which was built in 1923 and is now a listed building like many other houses in the neighbourhood. After moving in with their children in 2013, they decided to convert an outbuilding into a guest house. Today, the hosts offer three tastefully furnished rooms, whose design takes up typical Swiss themes (mountains, lakes and pastures). All rooms are equipped with a kitchenette, in addition a common kitchen can be used; in the morning a freshly filled basket with breakfast ingredients is brought to the rooms. In a neighbouring villa two apartments are also available for self-catering. The city center with shopping and business districts and the lake can be reached quickly.



Day 6 to 8: Mürren

From Genf to Mürren231 km | 3 hours

A hotel accessible by cable car2 Nights | Bed & Breakfast

Like the entire town of Mürren in which it is located, the unique mountain hotel is only accessible by cable car. It stands right next to the cable car station and offers 26 rooms with sensational views of the Bernese Alps. The restaurant with its panoramic view terrace serves cheese fondue and other Swiss specialities. The in-house sauna and the local indoor swimming pool are available to guests at no charge. Local activities include a thrilling ride on the cable car to the top of Mount Schildhorn, hiking on any of numerous marked paths, and a visit to nearby Trümmelbach Falls. A ride on the historical train that runs along the top of the valley from Mürren to the Lauterbrunnen cable car station is also recommended.



Day 8 and 9: Lake Lucerne

From Mürren to Luzern84 km | 2 hours


Ballenberg Open Air Museum
In the open-air museum you can find over 100 original, centuries-old buildings from all parts of Switzerland, 250 native farm animals, mainly endangered breeds, as well as historical useful plants (vegetables, herbs, cereals). In addition, demonstrations of traditional crafts and special events take place, which give insight into the former life. The museum is supported by a private charity founded in 1968.

A rustic hotel in downtown Lucerne1 Night | Bed & Breakfast

The unique hotel was constructed of seven carefully restored buildings in the medieval old town of Lucerne. Every room in the inn has a character of its own, which makes guests feel as if they were staying in a private home rather than a hotel. The restaurant specializes in French cuisine, and during the summer months meals are served on the rooftop terrace overlooking the irregular medieval townscape of Lucerne and the lake beyond.


Day 9: Zürich

From Luzern67 km | 46 minutes

Rental car drop-off
Location: Zürich Airport

Additional Services

Climate Compensation
In order to compensate part of the CO2 emissions caused by your travels, we raise a voluntary donation, which is being transfered in its entirety to the Klima-Kollekte GmbH in Berlin or Wildlands South Africa. 

With your donation CO2-saving projects are supported; one example being solar cookers for Lesotho. Further information can be found at and

If you wish to opt out of the Umfulana climate initiative, please note this on your booking form.


Company: Sunny Cars
Rate: Sunnycars (Stand: 08.11.2018): DC - Volvo V40 /AC/A/4dr oder ähnlich, All-in/FF


The cost is per person based on two people sharing a double room and includes accommodation and meals per itinerary.

from USD 1,619.00*
(from EUR 1,449.00)*

You can start this tour on any date.
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Upon booking this tour you will receive:
» the names, addresses and telephone numbers of each accommodation
» Your vouchers
» detailed directions to each accommodation

Please call us if you would like to request a customized itinerary, book a tour or just ask quesitons about our range of services.

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Your Consultants

Your Consultants Jessica Parkin
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-23

Your Consultants Melissa Nußbaum
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-57

Your Consultants Leslie Jalowiecki
Ph.: +49 (0)2268 92298-67

Booking Process

1. Your Tour Specifications
Request a tailor-made tour proposal. Indicate your interests, desired destinations, travel period and budget.

2. Consulting + Itinerary
Our experienced staff will provide professional consulting and prepare a tailor-made proposal based on your specifications.

3. Booking
To book a tour, simply fill out and submit the form. We will make all tour arrangements for you.

4. Payment + Travel Documents
After completion of the booking process, you will receive a confirmed itinerary. The complete travel documents will be forwarded to you on receipt of the remaining balance following payment of the deposit.

5. Tour
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*) The price is per person based on two people sharing a double room. Prices may vary by season and due to differences in available services.
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Prices indicated in other currencies are for informational purposes only and may vary in accordance with changes in exchange rates.