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- Discover the shimmering lakes and towering peaks as you travel through Germany, Italy, and Switzerland.
- Hop aboard the Glacier Express and Bernina Express as you explore both countryside and city in these stunning European gems.
- Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey as you explore a Summertime Alpine wonderland.
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Your Destinations —
With more than 40 museums and 70 galleries on offer, this Bavarian capital is a culture lover's dream. Don’t miss Stachus square, with its shops boutiques, restaurants and cafés, or City Hall on Marienplatz, and luxury boutiques on Maximilianstrasse. Then head over to the dynamic Schwabing district, touristic Frauenkirche, the renowned Englischer Garten park with its big beer-garden in the summer, a must visit when in Germany!
The capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck is an Alpine masterpiece. From its quaint streets, to the jagged rock spires of the Nordkette mountain range, to its Alpine valleys replete with grazing cows, here you will feel the magic of nature and marvel at its unobstructed beauty. Innsbruck is comprised of late-medieval architecture and colourful buildings and is presided over by the grand and imposing Habsburg Palace. A mélange of urban and the great outdoors, Innsbruck is truly a sight to behold.
With a thousand year history and the newly appointed status of future host to the Alpine SKi World Championships of 2021, Cortina d'Amprezzo is a rapidly developing resort with upscale accommodation, dining, and shopping. Sitauated in the picturesque Ampezzo Valley and surrounded by majestic peaks and part of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage, this Alpine wonderland is a treat to experience in the Summer months. Embark on a brisk trek or hike, hop on a mountain bike, or seek out a pristine golf course - you can do it all here in Cortina.
This Italian city is built on German and Italian roots and its character is purely Alpine. The gateway to the Dolomites, Bolzano resides in a quiet valley and is surrounded by forest-clad slopes and limestone. The city encapsulates a kaleidoscope of colourful Medieval, Gothic, and Bell Époque buildings with towering steeples and faded frescoes. Its main square is strictly car free, so be sure to enjoy a coffee and some fabulous people watching as you while away an afternoon.
Switzerland's original winter wonderland and the cradle of Alpine tourism, St Moritz has been luring royals, celebrities and moneyed wannabes since 1864. With its shimmering aquamarine lake, emerald forests and aloof mountains, the town looks a million dollars and is a superb Summertime destination.
Yet despite the string of big-name designer boutiques on Via Serlas and celebs bashing the pistes (Kate Moss and George Clooney included), this resort isn't all show. The real riches lie outdoors when the snow melts with blossom-filled views, seemingly endless sunshine, and miles of hiking and biking trails.
In the north of Italy you will find a string of narrow, glacial lakes set magnificently between Alpine foothills, straddled by the border of Switzerland - a place of such exquisite natural beauty that you will wonder why you have not been before.
Imagine vistas of crystal blue waters shining silky smooth in the sun, set against plummeting alpine mountains and dotted with sleepy cobblestone villages - then you will have some idea of the Italy that will steal your heart. Treat yourself to a divine gelato in secluded gardens, or sit beside the lake and marvel at the jaw-dropping views of glitzy yachts bobbing along the water with a glass of wine in hand.
This spectacular destination is one of Italy’s jewels and its abundant beauty will stay with you forever.
Only an hour’s drive from the French border and a little more to the Mediterranean sea, the cosmopolitan city of Torino sits in the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy and is proudly overlooked by the majestic Alps.
Boasting simple stunning views of the mountain range beyond, this special city is a hub of excellent Italian restaurants and sophisticated shops. Torino boasts a fine, aristocratic atmosphere, and is comprised of grand boulevards and palaces, leafy parks, and several art galleries. With the Po River flowing through its heart and the surrounding genteel hills scattered with gorgeous villas, heralded by the Alps in the distance, Torino truly is an undiscovered gem.
Zermatt is a picturesque village at the foot of the iconic Matterhorn, the most photographed mountain in the world. This is a pedestrian only village, perfect for relaxing strolls and sightseeing. Against a stunning backdrop of thousand-metre peaks, here you will find beautiful hotels, world-class gastronomy, and traditional Alpine charms. Enjoy the sunshine with invigorating mountain hikes, gaze out on verdant vistas, and breath in the fresh mountain air.
For those who wish to immerse themselves in everything Swiss, Lucerne is ideal, with its quaint old town filled with famed medieval towers and bridges. Discover the cultural attractions and shopping experiences in the city, with views of the sparkling Lake Lucerne and the snow-tipped mountain peaks – including the Pilatus, Titlis and Rigi mountains. Nature lovers will be dazzled by the exceptional panoramic views and mild climate. After a day of exploring Lucerne, be sure to treat yourself to a taste of Swiss chocolates!
Zurich is a city by the water with magnificent views and unique charms. With snow-capped alps on the horizon, Zurich offers a unique mixture of attractions and cultural treasures in a charmingly Alpine setting. Here you will find over 50 museums and more than 100 art galleries. Shopaholics can indulge in upscale international fashion labels and designs, and Alpine adventurers can revel in the fresh air and panoramic vistas on one of the area's spectacular hiking trails.
Your Itinerary —
Your Hotels —
Sleeps up to
As part of our offer, our members will stay in the following hotels in a Standard Room with meals as per itinerary. Please note that depending on availability, guests will stay in the following hotels or alternatives of a similar standard.
Munich area: Achat Premium Munchen
Innsbruck: Bonalpina Igls
Cortina: Villa Argentina
St. Moritz: Hotel Baren
Lake Como: Lario at Mezzegra
Torino: NH Lingotto or NH Tech
Zermatt area: Mattherhorn Resort at Taesch
Lake Lucerne: Drei Koenige at Lucerne
Zurich: Novotel West
Please note: some dining outlets/menu items and premium, branded and international drinks may not be included and may incur a surcharge payable locally. Meals, snacks and drinks may be available at selected times only
Your Journey —
Flights: Included with EasyJet (Airline Carrier)
Outbound: LGW 6:20 - MUC 9:10
Inbound: ZRH: 15:35 - LGW: 16:15
All flight times are local
Transfers: Transfers are included throughout the tour.
Distance from MUC airport: 46km / 40 minutes
Distance to ZRH airport: 11km / 15 minutes
Please note: flight details are given as a guide only and may change. We will however notify you in advance if flights are more than 2 hours outside the time range given. Flights are non-changeable and non-refundable at time of booking.
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