With ever increasing numbers of (FIT) tourists travelling to Switzerland requiring more personal experiences, I thought it would be a wonderful idea to share my experiences of this enchanting country with inquisitive tourists who are keen to see the most amazing places here in a private/small group but also to show them the myriad of lakes, mountains, gorges, villages that are not in every brochure or website and which are Typically Swiss. Plus I enjoy showcasing these places to people and at the same time, ensuring that they have an enjoyable time along the way so they feel the relaxed and looked after.
Experience a mix of delicious chocolate, stunning nature and crashing water, hustle and bustle in a cosmopolitan city and history in one of Switzerland`s oldest towns.
Drive to the famous Lindt Chocolate Factory and experience their new visitor attraction, no doubt sampling some delicious chocolate before sampling some yourself. Journey onto the medieval Stein am Rhein, known for preserved half-timbered medieval houses with painted facades. Stroll along the Rhine for some memorable photos and stop for an ice cream or a coffee in the Rathausplatz, before the short drive to Hohenkingen castle for lunch with a view over Stein am Rhein itself.
Start your journey back and stop at the Rheinfalls and see torrents of water crashing over the rocks. Take the glass elevator or walk down to the viewing platforms for some great photo opportunities and take a boat ride to get up close and personal but beware you may get wet !
Zürich, Switzerland`s biggest city awaits you and a quick tour round the main sites. Take a trip to the shoppers paradise of Bahnhof Strasse and see all the biggest high street brands. Walk to Lindenhof where Zurich dates back to Roman times. Visit the centuries old Frauen and Gross Munster before finishing in the alleys of the old town.