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COVID-19 : SWITZERLAND is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 09 Sep 2020
Latest Information on Travelling to SWITZERLAND?

Entry is allowed for leisure travel to citizens from Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Canada, Morocco, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Tunisia, Thailand, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican. Rescue flights are operational from Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, and 10+ other destinations.

  • Entry restrictions eased for citizens of 21 countries from 20 July
  • Travellers from 42 high risk countries have to undergo a 10-day quarantine on entering Switzerland
  • Face masks are mandatory on public transport, most shops, Basel Airport and Geneva Airport
  • Museums, restaurants, bars, zoos, theaters, and mountain transport services have been allowed to reopen
  • Rules at individual public establishments like restaurants, shops and museums must be followed by visitors mandatorily

Travellers entering Switzerland from high risk countries have to go under a 10-day quarantine. A negative test result does not shorten this time period. See a list of countries here


Rescue flights are available from Greece, US, Singapore, Germany, Denmark, Austria and 10+ more destinations to Zurich Airport

Local Transport

All local transport including buses, trains, and taxis are running. Wearing masks is mandatory for all passengers.

Most destinations, hotels and tourist attractions in Switzerland are following all safety measures to keep travellers safe. Thrillophilia recommends you to follow the safety measures and guidelines issued by the government and practice personal hygiene to stay safe.

Switzerland tops the ‘Safest Country To Travel’ Post-Covid list Updated: 26 Aug 2020

A study by the Deep Knowledge Group (DKV), a consortium of commercial and non-profit organisations active in many fronts in the realm of DeepTech and Frontier Technologies, listing the safest countries in the post-Corona world has placed Switzerland as the ‘Safest Country to Travel’ in the world. Read more.

Indian citizens holding long term visa or valid residence permit allowed entry Updated: 24 Aug 2020

Indian citizens' immigration into Switzerland will currently only be possible if you possess one of the following residence permits/visas (as per directive of the State Secretariat for Migration in Berne)

  • Valid residence permit C, B, L or a legitimation card
  • Long-term Visa type D only
  • Refugee’s travel document issued by Switzerland with a permanent residence permit or a valid F permitRead more.
Zermatt reopens for snow sports from June 6 Updated: 11 Aug 2020

Zermatt, one of the best skiing and snow sports destination in Switzerland has been reopened for tourists on June 6

Most hotels in Switzerland reopen for tourists with strict safety measures Updated: 11 Aug 2020

More than 3000 hotels in Switzerland have reopened for tourists with enhanced sanitization and cleanliness protocols and social distancing enablers in place to keep the travellers safe

Entry restrictions eased for citizens of 21 countries from 20 July Updated: 06 Aug 2020

Citizens of Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Canada, Morocco, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Tunisia, Thailand, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican are now allowed entry into Switzerland.

Travellers from 42 high risk countries have to undergo a 10-day quarantine on entering Switzerland Updated: 04 Aug 2020
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Recommended safe distance between people is reduced to 1.5 meters Updated: 04 Aug 2020

The recommended safe distance between people has been reduced from 2 m to 1.5 m in Switzerland

Zoos, theaters, mountain transport services, restaurants and bars reopen in Switzerland Updated: 04 Aug 2020

Zoos, botanical gardens, swimming pools, theaters, cinemas, mountain transport services, educational institutions, restaurants and bars have been reopened in Switzerland from June 6

Activities to Do in Switzerland in July

Mount Pilatus, Old Town of Bern, Lake Geneva, Rhine Falls, Sulwald Lake Lucerne, Bernina Express Through the Swiss Alps, Zurich, Schilthorn Zurich, Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, Grindelwald, Jungfraujoch, Simme River and Harder Kulm.

A trip to Switzerland in July is an excellent idea and you can plan a trip of a lifetime around this time! There are quite a few things that make it the perfect time to visit; firstly, the Switzerland weather in July is warm and mild which allows plenty of outdoor opportunities.

From hiking up mountains to swimming across rivers and lakes, from canyoning in the gorges to walking around town centres, July offers warm and relatively dry weather to do all the above! Summers are a fun time to be in the Alpine country.

The list of the most fun things to do in Switzerland in July is long; including boat rides on vast lakes like Lake Geneva, scenic train journeys onboard the Bernina Express and hikes to Harder Kulm. Apart from this, you can also spend your time discovering some fascinating places to visit in Switzerland in July.

You can plan visits to the summit of Mount Pilatus, explore the old town of Bern, go to the Matterhorn glacier and discover art and culture in Zurich.

Here are the best things to do in Switzerland in July:


Switzerland Weather In July

Switzerland Weather In July
July is considered the peak summer season in Switzerland and this is the time the country experiences the maximum influx of tourists. Depending on which part of the country you are in, you can experience warm, pleasant to cold climates. Jungfrau is one of the few places where you can still experience snow and ice.

On average, the Switzerland weather in July remains pleasant throughout the month with the average low dropping till 14 degrees Celcius and the average high reaching 24-degree Celsius. You can expect average sunshine hours to be around seven hours, allowing you ample time to discover the place. 

With the sun, it also arrives rainfall and July receives an average of 80mm rainfall with around seventeen rainy days. Therefore, it is advisable to carry a raincoat or an umbrella when on a holiday in Switzerland in July.

Why to Visit Switzerland In July

Why to Visit Switzerland In July
July is the time of the year when the snow starts to thaw in Switzerland, even in the higher passes. This makes it the perfect time to go discovering the country as it allows you to hike in the remotest and most beautiful corners of Switzerland.

The daylight hours are also at their maximum in Switzerland in July, with seven to eight hours of sunlight on average. Longer days ensure that you can spend more time outdoors, discovering the different wonders the place has to offer.

Milder weather also means that you can visit the highest peaks like the Bernese Oberland, Graubünden and Valais without having to deal with extreme weather. Apart from the peaks and snow-capped destinations, the lakes and canyons of Switzerland also become more approachable.

Mild weather offers greater opportunities for going swimming in the lakes and rafting in the rivers, which swell in size in summers. Activities like canyoning also become more popular in summers as you do not have to deal with freezing cold water as you dive off cliffs or float in water pools.

What To Pack For Switzerland In July

What To Pack For Switzerland In July
Switzerland in July has mild weather almost everywhere, other than the higher slopes. Therefore, you can get away with packing the following:

- A light jacket for the evenings

Several layers of thin clothes to shed according to the weather 

Comfortable sandals to walk in 

Umbrella and raincoats since it is the rainy season 

Lightweight fleece sweater 

Hat for protection against the sun 

Sunscreen for skin protection 

Sunglasses to protect your eyes against the afternoon sun 

A pair of comfortable hiking shoes if you plan to hike 

A swimming costume if you plan to take a dip in the freshwater lakes

A power adapter 

Camera and batteries for pictures 

Formal clothes if you are planning a fine dining experience

Things to Do in Switzerland in July


Go to Mount Pilatus

Go to Mount Pilatus
If you are in or around Lucerne in Switzerland, you must take the cogwheel train to the top of Mount Pilatus. The train journey in July offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and green forests and you can also take a break at Fräkmüntegg on your way to the summit.

The place has a toboggan run, a rope park and a restaurant. When travelling to Mount Pilatus, you get to ride on the steepest cogwheel in the world. The journey offers unforgettable thrills as you climb along the rock walls and stare into the impressive landscape.

When you reach the top, you can enjoy a scenic meal at one of the several restaurants and cafes or visit the ‘Dragon Path’ where you can get information about the myths around the mountain. 

Location: Mount Pilatus, 6010 Alpnach, Switzerland

Timings: May to October (8:30 AM - 4:30 PM)

Price: Rs. 5,329 per person
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Jungfraujoch Train Tickets from Interlaken @ Flat 28% off
  • 7H
  • Interlaken
  • 7H
₹22,707 ₹16,349
Land of stereotypes, Switzerland boasts of expansive greenery, picturesque landscapes, chocolate, cheese, and watches. One of the most beautiful places in the world, the country can be called a stylish tourist destination. We have for you a package to make your trip to Switzerland complete.

Jungfraujoch Train Ticket From Interlaken:
When in Europe taste the beauty of heaven by reaching 3,454 meters above sea level. Discover UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Swiss Alps which offers views of the most stunning snow-capped mountains in all of Switzerland. The place is covered with snow 365 days of the year which will help you have some fun snow activities.

The quest starts from Interlaken Ost train station from where we will head for Grindelwald or Lauterbrunnen and change trains. From there we get to go upwards to Klein Scheidegg and making the last train change up to Jungfraujoch. Witness the peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau are what awaits us at the summit.

Activities such as Ice Palace, Sphinx Vantage Terrace, 360° Cinematic Experience, Alpine sensation, Snow Fun Park, and Hole in One plus is ready to thrill you. Not to mention you can also try different kinds of local food there. Book this once-on-a-lifetime experience now.

Operating Hours:
Most Jungfraujoch attractions: Open during railway operating hours, daily
Lindt Swiss Chocolate Heaven: 10:00 am-5:00 pm, daily
Restaurant Bollywood: Open from Apr-Oct during railway operating hours, daily

Timings: 6:50 AM

Meeting Location:
Interlaken Ost Train Station

How To Reach:
By train from outside Interlaken
By bus within Interlaken: Take bus number 21, 102, 103, 104 to Interlaken Ost Train Station

Children Aged 6 - 15 years can avail child tickets for Jungfraujoch train ticket from Interlaken.
Children aged 0- 5 years can avail the train ticket to Jungfraujoch for free when accompanied by a paid adult.
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Grindelwald Skiing from Interlaken | Book Online & Save 40%
  • 6H
  • Interlaken
  • 6H
₹15,062 ₹9,037
Known for its impressive mountain scenery, Interlaken is an ideal starting point for countless excursions. Contemporaries such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Felix Mendelssohn has traveled to these mountains. If you are looking for an offbeat activity from this place, we have a perfect one for you.

About Grindelwald Skiing:
Take a break from sightseeing around Interlaken and taste the colors of thrill. A village near Eiger Mountain popular for being a winter sports paradise awaits you with all the adventure you were looking forward to in Switzerland. With this package, you have two options available: Full Day Beginner Package and Half-Day Beginner Package.

Let your adrenaline rush with this skiing activity and learn to ski from scratch. The lesson is about 2 hours and 30 minutes in the half-day package whereas it lasts for 5 hours and 30 minutes in the full-day package. 5 hours and 30 minutes in the full-day package also include a lunch break at your own expense.

Half-Day Package
10:45 am: arrive at the meeting point
11:00 am: start of the activity
12:00 pm: depart from Interlaken
Arrive at Grindelwald
1:00 pm: meet up with your skiing instructor
1:30 pm: skiing lesson begins
4:00 pm: end of the lesson
4:30 pm: depart for Interlaken

Whole Day Package:
7:45 am: arrive at the meeting point
8:00 am: get picked up
8:50 am: depart from Interlaken
Arrive at Grindelwald
10:00 am: skiing lesson begins
Lunch (at your own expense)
Resume skiing lesson
3:30 pm: end of the lesson
5:00 pm: end of the activity

Meeting Location:
Outdoor Interlaken HQ, Hauptstrasse 15 in 3800 Matten bei Interlaken

You must be at least 12 years old to participate in Grindelwald Ski Package from Interlaken.
Children aged 12 - 15 years must be accompanied by paying adults.
Please arrive at the meet up location at least 10-15 minutes before the scheduled time
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Sulwald Snowshoeing Trip from Interlaken, Book @ 11% off
  • 4H
  • Interlaken
  • 4H
₹6,235 ₹5,535
One of the outdoor capitals of the country, Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking are some of the activities that you can enjoy here. We have an activity for you that will take you to a journey of amazement.

About Sulwald Snowshoeing Trip from Interlaken:
With Thrillophilia, get a chance to go snowshoeing around Sulwald. Gorgeous snowscapes of the Swiss Alps await you as you hike up and feel the cold embrace of winter on your feet. Summit is ready to mesmerize you with panoramic breathtaking views of the land below.

We have for you latest top-grade snowshoeing gear for this activity. Do not forget your camera or less you will miss amazing views from the Alps. This activity is all set to rush your adrenaline. Book now and leave with a lot of memories to take back home.

Snacks and a drink are included in the package.

Time: 11:00 am

Location: Outdoor Interlaken HQ, Hauptstrasse 15 in 3800 Matten bei Interlaken

Minimum age to book the activity is 8 years.
Children aged 8 -11 years need to be accompanied by paying adults.
Please wear multiple layers of warm clothes during your Interlaken sulwald snowshoeing trip.
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Paragliding in Interlaken | Book Now & Get 3000 Cashback
  • 2H
  • Interlaken
  • 2H
₹14,889 ₹11,909
Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Known for its impressive mountain scenery, the place is an ideal starting point for countless excursions. We get you one of those activities with this package.Are you ready to challenge yourself to be a part of great heights? Soar like an eagle to enjoy 10-20 minutes worth amazing bird's eye view of Interlaken. Let your adrenaline rush and help yourself creating a memory that will be stored in your heads till your last breath.

Swiss mountain ranges Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau lined along the deep cyan lakes of Brienz and Thun are ready to mesmerize you with their breathtaking sites. With this activity, land on the rich mangroves of Harder Kulm, Interlaken's local mountain. Freefall gently over a paradise of stunning landscapes and make it a memorable experience.

Paragliding In Interlaken Timings:

Summer: 31 Mar-26 Oct 2019
Time: 8:00 am, 9:15 am, 10:30 am, 11:45 am, 1:30 pm, 2:45 pm, 4:00 pm, 5:15 pm daily
Winter: 27 Oct 2019-28 Mar 2020
Time: 8:30 am, 9:45 am, 11:00 am, 12:15 am, 1:45 pm, 3:00 pm, daily

Address: Restaurant Schuh, Höheweg 56, 3800 Interlaken.

How To Reach:
By bus: Take bus 21, 102 or 103 and get off at Jungfraustrasse
By train to train station Interlaken West: Upon exiting the train station, walk straight on Bahnhofstrasse for about 200 meters. Then continue onto Hoheweg for further 200 meters to reach the meeting point

Children above the age of 4 can book this paragliding in Interlaken experience.
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Simme River Rafting, Book Online & Get ₹2000 Cashback
  • 5H
  • Interlaken
  • 5H
₹10,862 ₹8,146
Interlaken is home to numerous activities; canyoning, white water rafting and paragliding are to name some. If you are here and willing to let your adrenaline rush, this activity is for you. The Simme river rafting experience promises you to make your trip to Switzerland complete.

About Simme River Rafting:
With Thrillophilia, get a chance to join a thrilling rafting adventure along the Simme River. Navigating against the raging water is one of the things people love to do and if you are one of them, you own this package. Let the white water awake the adrenaline junkie in you.

Be alone or take your friends along, this river rafting in Simme experience is ready to mesmerize all of you. Remember to hold your raft tight or you might get off it. A  holiday in Switzerland never completes unless you have done an activity like this. Book now and get ready to face the best of adventure.

A drink after the trip is included in the package.

2:45 pm

Location: Outdoor Interlaken Rafting Base

How To Reach:
Ride Bus 104 or 105, which makes a stop 100 meters away from Hauptstrasse. You can walk to the office from there.

People above 10 years of age can book Simme river rafting experience.
Maximum weight allowed is 125 Kg
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Jet Boating Interlaken, Scenic Boat Ride @ Flat 14% off
  • Interlaken
₹7,599 ₹6,531
Famous for activities like Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking, Interlaken is one of the outdoor capitals of the country. If you are visiting this famous tourist spot you cannot miss experiencing the Jet Boat ride.

About Scenic Jet Boat Ride from Interlaken:
Hop on a jet boat ride to the famous Giessbach Waterfalls from Bönigen and let your adrenaline come to action. Interlaken’s crystal waters await you to board a modern jet and prepare yourself for a wet and wild ride. Let the thrill and excitement speak for you.

As you capture the sprawling 360-degree views of the surroundings get ready to learn fun facts and trivia about the area. Catch a glimpse of the well-known fishing village of Iseltwald and be ready to dive into the adventure. Book now and complete your trip to Switzerland with this activity.

15 Apr-21 Oct: 12:00 pm, 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm, daily
9 May-15 Sep: 10:00 am and 6:00 pm, daily
Winter season (26 Dec-1 Apr)
Mondays-Fridays: 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm
Winter Fondue
Fridays-Sundays: 3:00 pm

Children aged 5 - 16 years can avail of the child ticket for scenic jet boat ride from Interlaken.
Children aged 0 - 4 years are not allowed to participate in Interlaken jet boat ride.
Two adults and two children can avail of a family ticket.
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Schilthorn Cable Car Tickets | Book Online & Get 22% off
  • 1D
  • Interlaken
  • 1D
₹10,000 ₹7,774
Lying at the entrance to the upper Lauterbrunnen valley, Stechelberg boasts of being a place carrying natural beauty. With Thrillophilia, get a chance to avail Schilthorn Round Trip Cable Car Ticket from Stechelberg.

About Schilthorn Cable Car Tickets:

Views of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau peaks await you as you reach the Schilthorn summit and its Piz Gloria deck. Here you can visit the world's first revolving restaurant which rotates around its axis in 45 minutes. Schilthorn is the highest peak of the Bernese Alpine foothills at about 3,000 meters.

It takes about 30 minutes in the cable car. At the summit, capture mesmerizing pictures of Piz Gloria observation deck, and spot the Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau peaks. Or you can visit Bond World as you follow the footsteps of Secret Agent 007 James Bond.

Access to Bond World, Bond Cinema, Walk of Fame, View Lounges, Touch the Snow, Thrill Walk, Skyline Walk, and more are included in the ticket. Book now and create memories that you can't stop sharing with your friends and family members back home.

Opening Hours:
Ticket Office
7:05 am-6:55 pm, daily
Cable Car
Departure times from Stechelberg:
7:55 am-3:25 pm (winter), daily, Dec-Apr
7:25 am-4:25 pm (summer), daily, May-Jun and mid Aug-Nov
7:25 am-5:25 pm (Jul-mid Aug), daily
Frequency: Every 30 minutes
First ascend up to Schiltorn departs at 7:25 am from Stechelberg
Last descend to Stechelberg departs at 6:55 pm from Schilthorn

How To Reach:
By car: From Interlaken, follow the signs towards Lauterbrunnen/Stechelberg
By bus from Lauterbrunnen: Take bus 141 from the train station and get off at bus stop Stechelberg, Schiltornbahn

Children aged 6 - 15 years can avail of child tickets for Schilthorn cable car.
Children aged 0 - 5 years can avail tickets for Schilthorn cable car round trip for free.
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Night Sledding, Interlaken | Book Now @ Flat 17% off
  • 2H
  • Interlaken
  • 2H
₹5,990 ₹4,961
One of the adventure capitals of the country, Interlaken is a famous tourist spot. Skydiving over the Swiss glacier, water-skiing, skiing, and hiking are some of the activities that you can enjoy here. We have an activity for you that will take you to a journey of amazement.

About Night Sledding Interlaken:
With Thrillophilia, get a chance to ride
 a snow sled at night around the village of Sulwald and experience the thrill. Breathtaking views of Swiss Alps’ lush landscapes covered in snow await you. Gaze the sky full of stars and make it a perfect evening.

With this package, there is an option to choose a warm fondue dinner that you can relish after a few hours of night sled. Let the thrill come to action and let the adrenaline rush. Book and leave with everlasting memories of the activity.

Package types:
Night Sledding Experience
Night Sledding Experience with Fondue Dinner

6:30 pm

How to Reach:
Ride Bus 104 or 105, which makes a stop 100 meters away from Hauptstrasse. You can walk to the office from there.

Children aged 0-9 are not allowed to participate in Sulwald night sledding experience.
Children aged 10-11 must be accompanied by paying adults
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Explore Old Town of Bern

Explore Old Town of Bern
Bern is the capital city of Switzerland and like all major cities in the world, is situated on the edge of a river, River Aare. The oldest part of the town, known as Altstadt, goes as far back as the 12th century, giving the town an interesting character. The place attracts thousands of tourists every year with the top attractions being Zytglogge, a 13th-century tower with a 15th-century astronomical clock which is also the town's oldest monument.

On a trip to Bern, you must also visit the local gothic cathedral known by the name of Munster of Bern, walk on the oldest bridge, Untertorbrücke, spend your day visiting the local art museums known for their eclectic design or spend your time enjoying a meal by the riverside.

Location: Altstadt, Bern

Take a Boat Ride on Lake Geneva

Take a Boat Ride on Lake Geneva
If you are in Geneva, then taking a boat out into Lake Geneva during sunset is one of the most popular things to do in Switzerland in July. You can spend hours together boating and cruising on one of Western Europe’s largest lakes.

What makes Lake Geneva special is the fact that it shares its waters between two countries; Switzerland and France. When on the water, you can enjoy scenic sunsets and cool evening breeze as you travel through the lake. Depending on the boat and cruise you choose, you can also enjoy delicious food and live music during your ride.

Location: Lake Geneva

See Rhine Falls

See Rhine Falls
One of the top things to do in Switzerland in July is paying a visit to the magnificent Rhine Falls. The falls are situated in the town of Schaffhausen in northern Switzerland and make for an excellent half-day trip from Zurich.

These are the largest falls in entire Central Europe and if you really want to witness their strength, you must visit during the summer months of July and August when the ice from the glaciers melts, making the falls swell in size. The Jurassic limestone landscape offers a Stark contrast, making these a sight to behold! You can view them from the viewing platforms or from a cruise on the river.

Location: Rheinfallquai, 8212 Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland

Timings: Open 24 hours

Price: Rs. 3,699
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Go Boating on Lake Lucerne

Go Boating on Lake Lucerne
Lake Lucerne is one of the most beautiful and vast lakes in the entire country and if you are in the region during summer, you must plan a boating trip on the lake! It offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy a romantic evening with your significant other.

You can choose to rent a boat, ferry or book a table on a steamer and enjoy fine dining as you cruise down the lake. Depending on the cruise you go for, you can choose to stay for a colourful sunset on the waters or have an early breakfast as the town wakes up with the sun. Audio guides are also available on these tours, offering options to choose the language of your choice.

Location: Lake Lucerne

Price: Rs. 1,349

Ride the Bernina Express Through the Swiss Alps

Ride the Bernina Express Through the Swiss Alps
One of the best things to do in Switzerland in July is to take a ride on the Bernina Express. The railway line that connects Albula/Bernina enjoys a rare status of being featured on the list of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The train's carriages have been especially designed to facilitate sight-seeing through their panoramic glass windows that run the entire length of the train.

The train journeys through some spectacular scenery, including several iconic viaducts, long tunnels which go on for several kilometres at a time, pristine Alpine landscapes and beautiful Swiss chalets sitting in the middle of nowhere. The 122-kilometre long route passes over 200 scenic bridges and some beautiful scenery which looks truly spectacular in the summer months, when the ice melts and the greenery blossoms.

Location: Chur to Tirano 

Price: CHF 148 or Rs. 10,600 for a return journey

Visit Zurich

Visit Zurich
One of the top places to visit in Switzerland in July is its largest city, Zurich. This metropolitan centre, which was founded by the Romans, offers a glance into the heart and culture of Switzerland with its wide array of museums, gardens and collection of World Heritage Sites.

When here, you can spend your time discovering churches and cathedrals; some of the most noticeable ones include the Old Minster, Women’s Minster and St. Peter’s. Apart from the churches and cathedrals, Zurich is also home to some of the country’s best museums, including the Zurich Museum of Art, the Swiss National Museum, Centre Le Corbusier and the Museum of Design. 

Location: Zurich, Switzerland
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Enjoy the Thrills at Matterhorn Glacier Paradise

Enjoy the Thrills at Matterhorn Glacier Paradise
A visit to an Alpine peak at Europe’s highest mountain station, at the height of 3,883 metres above sea level, is a must thing to do in Switzerland in July. A thrilling ride on a lift takes you up to the viewing platform which offers 360-degree views of the stunning four-thousand-metre peaks and fourteen glaciers! 

When on the top, you can explore an actual glacier palace, catch a movie at the cinema lounge, go skiing and even enjoy fine dining. During the summer months, many hiking trails also open up, offering several opportunities to explore the lush greenery of the area.

Location: Klein Matterhorn, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland

Go Hiking at Harder Kulm

Go Hiking at Harder Kulm

Harder Kulm is the nearest mountain to the city of Interlaken and takes only a 10-minute ride on a 100-year-old funicular railway to reach. Once on the summit, you can choose from the hundreds of hiking trails and enjoy your day discovering the pristine landscape.

Standing at a height of 1,322 metres above sea level, the mountain affords breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks of Eiger, Jungfrau and Monch. No matter where you choose to hike, you are sure to enjoy dramatic scenery and hiking routes fit for almost every fitness level. If you are not afraid of heights, you can enjoy even better views of this masterpiece of nature from the overhanging Two-Lakes-Bridge or Zwei-Seen-Steg.

Location: Harder Kulm, 3800 Unterseen, Switzerland

Entrance Fee: Free

Timings: The funicular railway runs every day from 9:10 AM to 9:40 PM

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19 September 2019
The best fun I had at night in Switzerland was with sulwald Sledding experience at Interlaken. The activities are really organized and the guide gives thorough instruction about the details of the night. I must say that these instructions can get really boring but the guide found a way to make it really fun. I and my partner I was able to get into the action really fast with Sledging which followed dinner. All in all, I must thank Thrillophilia for making our night adventurous.
21 December 2020
Riding on a supremely comfortable coach through the picturesque landscapes, the Jungfraujoch Trip was a once in a lifetime experience for me. The entire journey was just really beautiful and we had a ton of fun throughout the voyage.
06 February 2020
I was traveling with my family and it was a great journey. We were able to capture some amazing shots of the natural delight the place had to offer. The kids had a lot of fun. The customer support team of thrillophilia was also very helpful in clearing out a number of doubts I had about the tour. Remember to carry your voucher with you, a mobile voucher with you will also do, if not physical.
27 December 2019
Visited the church, the chapel, and many other historic sites around the place. It was really engaging and we got to learn a lot about the culture of the place. The guide was well informed. Don't forget to carry enough water to the trip. There is a lot of walking around to do and you would not want to get thirsty. All the best for your trip!
16 February 2020
If you love to indulge in some adventure with your family and friends, the Mount Titlis is the place to be. To start with, the package is totally affordable and delivers every bit of it. The view from the cliff walk is surreal. The safety is on it's place and the guide too is very good there.
23 January 2020
The Mount Titlis Day Tour with Cable Car was a delightful experience for me. I was traveling with my spouse. The views were gorgeous and something that I can never forget about, it was dramatically gorgeous. If you are visiting Switzerland then Mount Titlis cable car ride is a great way to spend some time in the arms of nature and enjoy a great time. I was also able to capture some really good photos of the cute little snow penguins.
17 October 2019
The best time I spent with my family throughout our Switzerland tour was with Mount Titlis Day. The cliff walk was really amazing and my family was thrilled to enjoy such a breathtaking view from so high up. The tickets are also very reasonably priced and believe me I searched a lot of the tickets and found the best price here at Thrillophilia.
10 February 2020
The fully rotating cable car experience topped with interacting with the snow penguins makes for a really fun time to enjoy. I recommend everyone should once visit the Mount Titlis and do the Cable Car ride. And I must say that the view from the cable car was amazing.
04 November 2019
It was great to spend such a great evening enjoying a ton of fun activities. I had a lot fun sledding and I must say that the fondue dinner was delicious. Fun and food, a great way to spend a night indeed.
10 December 2019
The dinner was on point, the activities were really fun and I along with my kids had a lot of fun exploring the night night sledding experience. If you are in interlaken you have to take one night out and enjoy this thrilling adventure with your family or your friends. The drinks served were also delicious.

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  1. Is July a good time to visit Switzerland?

    Yes, July is a great time to visit Switzerland. You can enjoy mild weather and several experiences that would otherwise be unavailable. The major cities are bustling with festivities, cultural programs and tourists, making it a fun time to visit the place. The warm weather means that the scenery is dominated by wildflowers growing across the valley, snow capped peaks and mountaineers trying to make their way to the summit.
  2. How is the weather in Switzerland in July?

    The Switzerland weather in July is mild and most of the mountain passes are open and accessible. You can go on hiking, bike-riding and skiing expeditions to many places which are otherwise shut. Even on the higher passes, the weather is cold but not unbearably so, like in the winters. So, you can visit the summit and enjoy all the fun activities, including walking through glaciers without freezing. The many lakes and rivers of Switzerland also become accessible to the swimmers and they can enjoy swimming in the warm waters. July experiences around 17 rainy days on average but the rainfall is moderate and most of the time, will not interrupt your itinerary.
  3. Is there snow in Switzerland in July?

    It is hard to find fresh snow anywhere in Switzerland around this time of the year. If you visit the higher passes, you can experience the old, hardened snow. Places like Matterhorn offer frozen glacier walks at the summit as well!
  4. How cold is Switzerland in July?

    Switzerland experiences warm weather in July and the average temperature remains around 18 to 28 degree Celsius. The higher passes like Jungfrau remain cold and you can experience temperatures around freezing when at the summit.
  5. Is July a good time to visit Europe?

    Yes, July is an excellent time to visit Europe. You can expect mild weather almost across the continent, no matter whether you are visiting Italy, France or Germany. Even in the colder, Scandinavian countries like Norway, Ireland and Denmark, the temperatures come down, making it a pleasant time to go exploring.

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