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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)

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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

Things to Do in Switzerland in March

Go Skiing, Travel On St. Bernina Express, Visit A Chocolate Factory, Go Dog Sledding, Explore The Archaeology of World at Rietberg Museum, Visit the Old Town - Altstadt, Enjoy at Zurich zoo, Stroll around the Cern, Matterhorn, St. Moritz, Lake Geneva and many more.

Witness the charm of Switzerland in March, as this country which is boastful of its natural beauty, is at its peak during this time of the year. The landscapes carpeted with pastures and meadows, the valleys exuding vibrancy, the patchy snow-laden areas and a range of fun activities at offer are all that you can experience during your holiday.

Since the country transitions from winter to spring, there are many contrasting sceneries that give way to many different Things to do in Switzerland in March. During this time, you can go skiing in Interlaken or hop-on the St. Bernina Express to go around the countryside from Switzerland to Italy.

Besides this, the places to visit in Switzerland in March are many and of varying degrees of beautiful. From experiencing the winter chills in Arosa, Matterhorn among other places, to touring the spectacular attractions including the Swiss Museum of Transportation in Lucerne, The Abbey of St. Gall and more. Your Switzerland travel itinerary for a March holiday would offer an excellent experience.

Here is a list of things to do in Switzerland in March:


Switzerland Weather In March

Switzerland Weather In March
In the month of March, winter begins to recede in Switzerland making way for spring, which begins especially in the southern part of the country. Temperatures vary between 11°C by day and 1°C by night, with an average of 6°C.

While some parts of Switzerland continue to witness some snowfall and winter fog, the southern area welcomes you with lush greenery, blooming meadows and flowering trees. Lake Geneva, Lake Lugano, St. Moritz and Zermatt are must-visit destinations especially in early spring while the weather is pleasant and the blue skies and snow-clad mountains make for mesmerising scenery.

While you enjoy this lush beauty around, the higher altitudes are great for skiing, so you experience the best of both seasons. Owing to the weather in Switzerland in March, this is perhaps the best time to ski across the Swiss slopes because it isn’t too chilly, there’s a good amount of sunshine, and fewer people around, as well.

Why to Visit Switzerland in March

Why to Visit Switzerland in March
Known to be a great winter destination, Switzerland in March makes for an ideal destination. This isn’t peak winter or peak summer and the weather is just perfect for the month. Some towns are covered in blankets of snow while others reveal beautiful greenery and picturesque visuals all around.

March is also a popular month owing to the many festivals and events that Switzerland hosts in this month. There’s the Geneva Motor Show which is like a ramp walk for the coolest cars. Then there’s the Basler Fasnacht which is the biggest carnival where all of Switzerland is covered in confetti, and of course the Festichoc.

When you’re in the land of Swiss chocolates, you simply can’t miss out on Festichocs which pays ode to all things chocolate with sculptures, liquid chocolate, and bars, all of which you can buy! The Lucerne Music Festival is also held sometime in March.

Apart from all of this, the weather in Switzerland in March is a great time to travel through the country and experience the best of adventure activities like skiing and plenty of sightseeing too. From castles and caves to lakes and lush green forests, Switzerland seems like a location right out of a fairytale!

Things to Pack

Things to Pack
- Light raincoat
Travel umbrella
A pair of walking shoes
A pair of snow or thermal boots with good grip
Warm hat
Light woollens 
Smart-casual dresses (preferably warm ones) 
Warm t-shirts 
Warm pairs of pants 
Walking pants
Ski essentials
A shoulder-bag
A reusable bottle to fill potable water on the go
Portable charger
Travel light and make space for lots of souvenirs. Especially, chocolates and cheese!

Things to Do and Places to Visit in Switzerland in March

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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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Travel on St. Bernina Express

Travel on St. Bernina Express
Want to get from lush palm trees to glacial beauty in a span of 2 hours? Welcome to the St. Bernina Express which is one of the few trains that’ll let you explore both sides of Switzerland in March. Along the Bernina Express route the Swiss scenic train serves cities including Lugano, St. Moritz, and Chur to Tirano.

You’re welcomed by the countryside as you ride from Switzerland to Italy while enjoying stunning vistas of Alpines and enthralling gorges. You’ll glide across nearly 200 bridges and more than 50 tunnels, winding down, as you witness spectacular panoramic views from the train's spacious windows. From Lake Como in Italy to Lugano in Switzerland, prepare to experience it all!
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Swiss Museum of Transport Tickets, Book @ Flat 15% off
  • 7H
  • Lucerne
  • 7H
₹1,325 ₹1,126
Are you a lover of trains, planes, automobiles, and other forms of transportation then this is the deal for you. Get a ticket to the Swiss museum of transport in Lucerne. The museum was opened in 1959 shows a large collection of the forms of transport. 

About Swiss Museum of Transport Tickets:
Learn about the history and operating systems of all 
road, rail, water, and air-borne mobility, and even space travel transports at the Swiss Museum of transport. Interact with the 3,000+ displays and visit the Aviation hall where the high-tech simulators will give you the realistic feeling of flight. You can learn to fly an airplane or helicopter using the high-tech flight simulators.

Explore the history of flying machines with a large aerial photo collection. Get to know about the communication technology at the Media World. 

Swiss Museum Of Transport Ticket options:
Ticket to Swiss Museum of transport and entrance ticket to Media World.
Ticket to Swiss Museum of transport, entrance ticket to Media World with a visit to Swiss chocolate adventure and access to the daily screenings/shows in the Filmtheatre and Planetarium.
The Swiss chocolate adventure in German, Chocolate tasting session by a Lindt master chocolatier and audio guide in French, Italian, English, Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, and Portuguese languages. 

Museum Opening Hours: 10:00 am-05:00 pm

Swiss Museum of Transport, Lidostrasse 5, CH-6006 Lucerne

How to reach 
Swiss Museum Of Transport:
By train- From Lucerne railway station take S3 or Voralpen-Express for 8 minutes and get off at stop Luzern Verkehrshaus
By bus- Take bus number 6, 8 or 24 to bus stop Verkehrshaus and walk for 3-4 minutes to the museum entrance

Children aged 6-15 years can book the child Swiss Museum of Transport ticket.
The minimum recommended age for the daily travelers at the Filmtheatre and Planetarium is age 6 years.
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Go Dog Sledding

Go Dog Sledding
Switzerland in March is rightly called snow paradise owing to all the enthralling adventure sports it offers in the winters. One such magical, unique sport is dog sledding which is probably the best way to experience the country’s beautiful winter landscape.

Healthy huskies pull your carts as you glide through the slow and enjoy the gorgeous Swiss Alps along the way. They race across spectacular routes while you lie in the lap of nature, comfortably sitting in the cart and watching skiers and snowboarders riding down the slopes. You can choose a short 20-minute ride or a long tour to enjoy the expansive snow-covered alpine beauty.
Rietberg Museum
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Housing a diverse collection of artefacts from America, Asia, Africa and Oceania, Rietberg Museum, also known as ‘Emerald’ is situated in Zurich, Switzerland. Primarily focusing on the non-European arts and designs, the museum has become a great site of historical splendours. 

Crowned as the third largest museum in Switzerland, it is sprawling across the heart of Zurich on around 17 acres of land. This entire piece of land not only houses the museum but also several historical buildings amidst lush greenery. These buildings include Remise, the Wesendonck Villa, the Schonberg Villa and the Rieter Park-Villa.

Converted into a museum in the year 1949, Rietberg houses an expansive artistic collection of Baron von der Heydt. Displaying around 30,000 artefacts out of them, the museum features four to six permanent exhibitions every year. All these collections are from notable artefacts of Chinese Ceramics, Indian paintings, African art, and Meiyintang collection of art.

Not situated far from the lake Zurich, the museum is considered a world treasure in the terms of its distinctive art. Along with that, the museum houses various exhibitions which attracts tourists from around the world.
Besides all this, the museum is also famous for its architecture which is a great modern villa.

The classic beige colors look very beautiful in contrast to all the greenery around it. After touring the museum thoroughly, one must stop in the garden to get some great pictures against the Rietberg Museum.
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Old Town (Altstadt)
Steeped in history and packed with a whole lot of sightseeing and shopping, Altstadt is the oldest part of the city and among the best tourist places in Zurich. The Roman Empire of Zurich came into being in the Old Town which makes this attraction more than 2000 years old.

Resplendent with archaic architecture and boasting of Zürich's heritage, today the Old Town is known for some of the best attractions, shopping and dining destinations in the city. With the Limmat River flowing through the centre of the town, guild houses, churches and historic places line the quaint little streets.

Largely divided into four quadrants,Medieval houses, Renaissance buildings and narrow lanes make up the Old Town. The crowd and the happy vibes that make their way through the streets of the Old Town are definitely worth looking forward to on your visit. 

Highlights: Bahnhofstrasse, Town Hall, Fraumunster Church Houses, Nightclubs, Bars

Location: Niederdorfstrasse 19, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland

Timings: 24 hours
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Zurich Zoo
Nestled amidst the lush greenery of tropical forest, Zoo Zurich is the perfect escape from the hum-drum of urban life and a memorable encounter with exotic wildlife. This zoo could be located in the Fluntern quarter of Zurichberg in Switzerland. Locally popular by the name Zurich Zoologischer Garten, the zoo has existed at its place since 1929.

The credit for the popularity of the zoo goes solely to the tropical variety of more than 380 species which multiplies to at least 2,200 animals and birds in total. Among these animals lives the oldest resident of the zoo Nigrita, the Galapagos giant turtle, who has been existing there for 73 years.

Upon visiting the zoo you must explore all of its sections including ‘Lewa Savannah’ which is the biggest courtyard housing rhinos, giraffes and zebras. ‘Masoala Rainforest’ is also a great spot of the zoo in which geckos, turtles, snakes, parrots and many other rainforest species live merrily.

You must not miss the ‘Australian Enclosure’ which lets you get sights of koalas, kangaroos, perenties and emus whereas ‘Kaeng Krachan Elephant Park’ houses eight Asian Elephants for you to witness.

The zoo also has an ‘Aquarium’ with 70 species of fish in it, a ‘Mongolian Steppe’ which is a home to Bactrian camels, domesticated yaks and cashmere goats along with a ‘Pantanal’ which has capybaras, squirrel monkeys, giant anteaters and other mammals and birds.

Upon your visit do not miss visiting all these enclosures including the ‘Zoolino’ to have a memorable and cherishable experience at the Zurich Zoo among the exotic wildlife from around the world.
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Stroll Around the Cern

Stroll Around the Cern
Cern is known to be the largest particle physics laboratory in the World and one of the best places to visit in Switzerland in March. It houses two permanent exhibitions, guided tours and a cycle route. You can visit the Universe of Particles exhibition to understand the problems CERN’s physicists are trying to solve.

Head to the Microcosm exhibition to discover the huge apparatus physicists use and meet engineers and physicists who work at CERN. Ride around the Big Bang cycle path to understand how CERN’s giant machines work and end your tour with the Globe of Science and Innovation to experience cutting-edge technology and other daily-life applications.


The Matterhorn is a massive cragged rock shaped like a tooth at a height of 4,478 metres, which attracts adventure lovers and peace seekers from all around. Surrounded by alpines, mountains, and aesthetic beauty in equal measure there are plenty of attractions to discover around the Matterhorn.

Visiting the Matterhorn is probably one of the best things to do in Switzerland in March. You can travel the 3000 metre mountain ridge for exemplary views, or you can travel up to the Rothorn to enjoy classic views of the Matterhorn.

The Matterhorn is the highest summer ski region in Europe and is open 365 days a year. At other times you can bask in the beauty of the Alpine holiday resort or visit the Matterhorn Museum which showcases the first ascent of the Matterhorn.

St. Moritz

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Enjoy an enthralling vacation in St Moritz that is a scenic paradise for the visitors. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, alpine forests and twenty-five crystal clear mountain lakes and glaciers, this scenic city offers an unadulterated view of nature. It is dotted with quaint villages and cobbled streets layered by crystal sheets of snow. The tall pine trees and the stone castles present imagery of living in a dreamland. St.Moritz is dotted with a number of tourist attractions that lure visitors with their magnetizing combination of unrivaled luxury and natural wizards.

It has contemporary art centers showcasing the notable work of the artists and the museums that take you into the glorious past of this town. You can also find here exclusive clubs and shopping joints for ultimate relaxation and leisure. It is home to mountain restaurants and hotels that offer an otherworldly experience. It also has the casinos where you can try your luck in card games and win huge prizes. For all those craving for solitude and enlightenment, the churches in St.Moritz should be a must-visit. This alpine town is considered to be the prime territory for the lovers of snow sports.

It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice in the past and boasts of running the oldest bobsleigh in the world. You can hike on the snowy glaciers, or you can have an unforgettable mountain biking experience on the hilly tracks here. Snowboarding, windsurfing, skiing, and paragliding are the other popular activities here. You can also take a carriage ride through the Alpine villages and have an enthralling night at the nightclubs. St.Moritz experiences pleasant weather all year around. You can primarily witness winter and summer over here. During summers, the average maximum temperature is 16 degrees Celsius, and the average minimum temperature is 3 degrees Celsius. During winters, it experiences snowfall of around 71 mm. It has around 322 sunny days in a year.

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Sightseeing Cruise in Geneva, Book @ Flat 36% off
  • 1H
  • Geneva
  • 1H
₹2,297 ₹1,470
About the Lake Geneva Sightseeing Cruise:
The sightseeing cruise in Lake Geneva lets you explore and visit the beauty and charm of the Geneva city along Lac Léman. Don't miss out the chance of grasping the views of the city’s top monuments as well as landmarks, and structures.

If you are in Geneva, you cannot afford to miss discovering prominent spots such as the Pierres du Niton, Mont-Blanc Mountain, Jet d'eau Fountain, and the UN Headquarters. You shall be able to witness the beauty as well as grasp information about each sight with the assistance of multilingual commentaries which would be provided on the official cruise web-app.

Geneva Lake Cruise Timings
: 2:15 PM

Geneva Lake Cruise Meet Up Information:
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your cruise's departure time.
Your return location will be the same as your start location.
You can choose to board at either of the below two locations:

Meeting Point 1: Mont-Blanc Pier
Address: Mont-Blanc Pier / CGN, 2 Quai du Mont-Blanc, 1201 Geneva
How to get there: Take bus numbers 6, 8, 9 or 25 and get off at Mont-Blanc stop. The pier is across the street on the left side of the bridge.

Meeting Point 2: Jardin-Anglais Pier
Address: Jardin-Anglais Pier, 1 Promenade du Lac, 1207 Geneva
How to get there: Take bus numbers 2 or 6 and get off at Rue de Lac stop. Walk for about 200 meters on Rue des Pierres-du-Niton until you reach the pier and the shore

Children aged 6-15 years can book the child ticket for the Geneva sightseeing cruise.
Infants aged 0-5 years can participate free of charge but need to make a booking to get the voucher.
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Arosa is an upscale traditional holiday resort located in a quaint corner of the romantic Schanfigg Valley at a height of 1800 metres above sea level. Surrounded by majestic mountain peaks and offering extended hiking tours Arosa Lenzerheideis an all-season destination that tourists flock to.

There’s a great deal of snow sports to enjoy here, especially from December to March and since it is located at the bottom of a valley there is plenty of sunshine so the weather seems perfect. What tourists love here is the zero-car policy, owing to which the air is pure and the scenery is pristine.

Book yourself in with the Arosa Card to enjoy an overnight stay at one of the most lavish places to visit in Switzerland in March coupled with facilities like aerial tramways, access to the rope park, history museum and more.
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The Abbey Of St. Gall

The Abbey Of St. Gall
The Abbey of St. Gall with its beautiful baroque cathedral is a unique tourist spot steeped in history . The Abbey Library is home to over 170,000 books. The Baroque Hall is home to 50,000 of these, where the 2,700 year old Egyptian Mummy also resides.

In the heart of the library lie over 2000 manuscripts that are displayed at Switzerland’s annual exhibitions. It is believed that the spirit of the Benedictine monks still lingers around the abbey library and can be felt as you walk through its narrow aisles. This Unesco World Heritage site is fondly called the Seelenapotheke, which translates to healing place of the soul.

The Castles of Bellinzona

The Castles of Bellinzona
The three castles of Bellinzona are on the prestigious UNESCO cultural world heritage list and are also a unique feature in the Alpine region. The mighty walls, towers, battlements and gates of these impressive fortresses are a sight worth witnessing.

Bellinzona was once a very important line of defence for the ancient Romans, however, today only remnants of the fortress walls remain.  Castello Montebello and Corbaro Sasso with the highest elevation are among the best preserved medieval castles in Switzerland while Castelgrande is the oldest of these 13th century castles and are home to The Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Art.

Discover the Snow Mountains - Swiss National Park

Discover the Snow Mountains - Swiss National Park
The gorgeous Swiss National Park is home to some magnificent and rare wildlife, but what stands out are the rocky mountains here wrapped up under a thick carpet of snow. Walking through the park, which is recognised as a World UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, is one of the best things to do in switzerland in March.

In the month of March, being the onset of spring, greenery begins to bloom all around the park, the snow on the mountains hasn’t melted away yet, making for a great ski destination and the verdant mountains look pristine. The wildlife simply adds to the beauty of the venue.
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Mt Pilatus from Lucerne, Book Online @ Flat 25% off
  • 4H
  • Lucerne
  • 4H
₹7,106 ₹5,329
Experience the Mt Pilatus day tour from Lucerne and visit Mt Pilatus- the Mountain of Dragons. The mountain 2,132 meters above sea level. Ride up or down with the world’s steepest cogwheel train from the top of the mountain. 

About Mt Pilatus Day Trip from Lucerne with Cogwheel Railway Ticket:
Grab a chance to ride the gondola up to Frakmuntegg and then to the aerial cableway called the Dragon Ride. The best part is, its panoramic windows will surely take you to cloud 9. You’ll reach the summit of Mt Pilatus. Enjoy the alpine scenery, hiking up to one of the peaks, relaxing on the terrace or enjoy the meal on your own in one of the restaurants on-site.

After enjoying all this here comes the best part of Mt Pilatus day trip from Lucerne.
Hop into the great descent on the world's steepest cogwheel railway. With a cogwheel train, you will be enjoying a thrilling ride to the Alpnachstad. After the ride, you will head back to Lucerne and your tour ends here with the great memories.  

Timings: 8:45 AM

Meetup Location: Kriens Valley Station

How to reach:
CablewayAddress: Kriens Valley Station, Schlossweg 1, 6010 Kriens/Luzern
How to get there: From Lucerne train station, take bus No. 1 in direction to Kriens to stop ‘Kriens, Zentrum Pilatus’ (approx. 15 minutes). Then walk for about 5 minutes to valley station Kriens.

Cogwheel railway-  Alpnachstad Valley Station, Brünigstrasse 2, 6053 Alpnachstad. You can reach here by train, Alpnachstad train station is across the street from the cogwheel railway station in Alpnachstad. The train journey back to Lucerne is about 20 minutes, or by boat, the ferry terminal is located about 100 meters from the cogwheel train station in Alpnachstad, on the opposite side of the train station. 

You must present a printed voucher for this Mt Pilatus day tour from Lucerne
Children aged 6-15 years can book the child ticket for the day trip to Mt Pilatus.
Children aged 0-6 years can participate free of charge.
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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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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

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Zurich City Tour with Rhine Falls, Book Now @ Flat 36% off
  • 8H
  • Zurich
  • 8H
₹8,204 ₹5,250

About Rhine Falls and Laufen Castle:
The Rhine Falls lets you witness the stunning views of the mesmerizing water body which is located in Northern Switzerland, where you can spend some amazing times with your loved ones. Besides, view the medieval Laufen Castle and more which are based just near to the Rhine Falls. The Laufen Castle makes you walk across the big castle and witness the nobility of Barons of Laufen. Travel back to the medieval period and understand the lives of people who lived a hundred years back.

Also, you shall be able to visit Bahnhofstrasse street, located at par with Avenue 5 in New York. The most exciting part of the tour would be the cogwheel train ride. The ride lets you embrace freshness outside the city and escape from the city and enjoy the fresh air at the top of the forested hill.

About the Zurich City Tour With Rhine Falls:
With the day trip to Rhine Falls with Zurich city tour, you get a glimpse of people's life a hundred years ago as you enjoy walking around the Laufen castle. The tour lets you feel the intensity of the flow of water that strikes with the mighty rock and listen to the roaring of the largest waterfalls in Europe.

Avail the opportunity of enjoying your vacation with the excellent trails and its brilliant views. Feel the fresh air and soothing views with which you can relax from the hustle and bustle of the city. The most exciting part of the tour would be the cogwheel train ride. The ride lets you embrace freshness outside the city and escape from the city and enjoy the fresh air at the top of the forested hill.

Meet Up Information:
Meet up time: 9:00am
Please be at the meeting point at least 15 minutes before the tour begins
Meet up location: White Ticket Office at the entrance of Sihlquai Car Park (Limmatstrasse 4, 8005 Zürich)

How to Reach:
Take tram 4/13/17 to Sihlquai/HB stop and walk for 1 minute to reach the meetup location.

Zurich Airport Pick Up:
Pick up time: 9:15 am
Pick up location: Best of Switzerland Tours signboard (Next to Reisebus Terminal)

The tour operates daily from Apr to Oct
Children aged 0-5 can join the Rhine Falls day trip with Zurich city tour for free but reservation must be made while booking
Children aged 6-15 years can book the child ticket for the day trip to Rhine Falls with Zurich city tour.
Please bring your passport (this is mandatory) as the tour will pass through Germany
For 9:00 am departure, please meet up at Sihlquai Car Park
For 9:15 am departure, please wait at the designated location in Zurich airport.

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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. What are the famous things to do in Switzerland in March for couples?

    1. Experience Dog Sledding: Visiting Switzerland in March gives you the perfect opportunity to have a unique experience with your partner in dog sledding. 

    2. Explore Altstadt: Shrouded with rich history and architecture that date backs to almost 2000 years, the old town of Altstadt is a perfect place to make some new memories with your partner. 

    3. Visit Matterhorn: With a shape that resembles a tooth, this gigantic rock is at an altitude of about 4478 meters. The place attracts adventure and peace lovers in equal measures and is a sight to see in March, amidst the full glory of nature. 

    4. Witness the magnificence of nature in the Swiss National Park: Credited as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the beauty that can be viewed here in March is simply unparalleled. With nature blooming and the snow-capped Rocky Mountains in view, it is the perfect place to hold hands and spend some quality time.
  2. What is the weather like in Switzerland in March?

    Switzerland in March experiences the receding of snow and the onset of spring. You’ll notice lush greenery and flowers beginning to bloom in the lower half of the country while the northern part is still covered in snow, while it continues to receive snow in March. The weather is cool and not too chilly with a good amount of sunshine. Temperatures range between 9°C by day to 1°C by night with an average of 6°C.
  3. What are the best places to visit in Switzerland in March at night?

    1. Explore Lugano: This quaint little town is heavily influenced by the neighboring country of Italy in terms of culture and language. You can stroll at night and explore the hidden corners with relative ease.  

    2. Party in Kaufleuten: The sophisticated décor and the party vibe has garnered a lot of attention to this perfect blend of bar and nightclub. It is the perfect way to let yourself loose and have some fun at night. 

    3. Shopping at Bahnhofstrasse: Free from traffic, this is one of the most popular shopping areas in Zurich. With a wide range of things to shop for, this place is a paradise for all the shopaholics. 

    4. Enjoy the Bejart Ballet: Located in Lausanne, the Bejart Ballet presents some of the most astonishing and marvelous ballet performances. If you are an avid ballet fan, make sure to time your trip in accordance with the annual musical event held here.  
  4. Can you hike in Switzerland in March?

    Switzerland continues to experience winter even in the month of March, therefore, the higher altitudes and the Alps are still covered in snow. Hiking in snowfall isn’t one of the best things to do in Switzerland in March because you tend to slip. If you have great hiking shoes and a pole you can still give it a try but keep your expectations low. The southern region of Switzerland however witnesses spring and there are plenty of trek and hike routes there that you can experience.
  5. Which is the best month to visit Switzerland?

    While March is a great month to visit Switzerland, the best time to visit is probably between June to August when it’s summer. The weather is just perfect, ranging between 15°C to 30°C, so days are warm and nights are cool. Of course, a winter wonderland like Switzerland has something to offer all through the year, be it winter sports or summer hikes. So based on activities of your choice and your travel plans, you can plan a Swiss holiday at any time of the year.
  6. Which is the best place to visit in March?

    There are plenty of great destinations to visit in Switzerland in March. Some of these being the snow covered peaks of the Matterhorn, Jungfraujoch, Lugano, the Swiss National Park, the town of Bern, Lake Geneva, the Swiss Grand Canyon and much more!
  7. Is March a good time to visit Switzerland?

    Yes, there are plenty of places to visit in Switzerland in March that offer a bit of everything. Snow capped mountain peaks, hikes and treks through the Alpines and the lower regions, sports like skiing and dog sledding, walking by lakes, going on boat rides, you name it and Switzerland will let you experience it. The many parades, exhibitions, and events during this month make for great things to do in Switzerland in March, which is why tourists prefer this time of the year for a visit.
  8. Is there snow in Geneva in March?

    Geneva being to the south of Switzerland doesn’t experience much snow in March. There’s snowfall for barely a day which is approximately 1” thick.
  9. Where can you ski in Switzerland in March?

    You can enjoy skiing at higher altitudes in March. Some of the best places to visit in Switzerland in March for skiing are Zermatt, Saas-Fee and Verbier.

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