Switzerland a synonym to a honeymoon destination possesses exquisite natural scenery, picturesque villages, sophisticated cities, a rich cultural heritage and a stunning backdrop for your honeymoon whether you visit in winter, spring, summer or fall. Ideally suited for a winter honeymoon, Switzerland offers some of the world’s premiere skiing destinations. For a luxurious experience plus world-renown slopes, head for Davos, St. Moritz or Klosters in the Graubunden area of Switzerland.


In Switzerland, you will re-capture each other’s hearts over and over again returning home with lasting memories of a cherished honeymoon experience.




• For a more cosmopolitan honeymoon, consider taking in the sights of Geneva. Much of the city can be explored on foot: from the shopping area along the Rue du Rhone to the serene gardens at the Jardin Boutique in the International area. You can even experience a performance of classical music in the majestic 19th-century Baitiment des Forces Matrices which rests in the middle of the Rhone.


• Zurich’s charm and romance will enchant you. This city rests by the River Limmat and entices all visitors with its beautifully restored buildings, impressionistic bridges, and restaurants with a guild hall ambiance and impressive Swiss cuisine. This is the place for a lovely and loving interlude — especially in Spring time.


• For a more peaceful retreat, head for Berner Oberland where views of the Jungfrau, crystalline lakes, castles and flower-lined promenades set the stage for picture-perfect stays. If driving through Berner Oberland, you can easily explore the historic village of Gstaad. A modest drive will also take you to the shores of Lake Geneva where you can visit the famous sundrenched vineyards of Lavaux.

• Highest sightseeing platform of Europe – A panoramic views of 38 four-thousand-meter-high peaks, a chance to immerse yourself in a Glacier Palace 15 m below the surface of the ice and in Europe’s highest cable car will whisk you away over gaping glacial crevasses up to the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise and a breathtakingly beautiful world of eternal ice and snow.

• Top of Europe – A UNESCO World natural heritage site, the Jungfrau. The Jungfrau Railway, which leads through the heart of the mountains and up to the highest train station in Europe, offers romantic views of the mountain giants Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau and of the longest river of ice in the Alps. 

• Interlaken offers you a maginificent view of the famous mountain trio of the Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau. Take an intimate ride on the funicular up Mount Harder from Interlaken, the train rolls on steep tracks through the cozy forest belt. 

• The highest glacier excursion in the Lake Lucerne, offers unique glacier paradise with snow and ice even in summer. The highlights of the trip are the ride on the world’s first revolving cable car, a visit to the Titlis Glacier Park. One could also try out various snow toys for sliding downhill, such as balancers, snow-scoots, snow tubes etc. If you like scenic beauty with lots of fun, then a Titlis trip will be just right for both of you!

• Lucerne’s mountain has so many stunning sides; the aerial cableway and panorama from the Kriens to Pilatus Kulm with spectacular views over the lakes of Central Switzerland, not to mention the Alps – no fewer than 73 mountain peaks…count them yourself!

• Enjoy the mountains, real wilderness and a breathtaking view of the Bernese Oberland on Mt. Schilthorn, which is more popular around the world for the James Bond film short. And enjoy a meal in the popular revolving restaurant, also available James Bond Breakfast. 

• Switzerland not only has the highest mountains but also the prettiest railways. You could combine both and climb on board the Gornergrat Railway in Zermatt. The highest open-air railway in Europe climbs past swiss stone pine, once you reach the top have the pleasure of the cool breeze with a breathtaking view.

• If you would like to have an overview of Switzerland, not the miss the Swissminiatur with fascinating variety of toy trains, cross bridges and stop by at station. Boats are in motion on the lakes, cable cars and funiculars go up and down the mountains, small toy cars move on the highway and the beautiful gardens around.

• Spectacular views, turquoise water, the grandeur of the Giessbach Water Fall, mountain peaks and soft slopes with typical Swiss Chalet Villages – all that and more adds to the special romantic feeling on an evening cruise for the couples in love.


Best time to visit: 

Depending on your priorities, visitors can enjoy different corners of Switzerland at almost any time of year. Summer boasts Switzerland’s nicest weather, yet it’s also when the country is packed with tourists in July and August. Meanwhile, winter sports enthusiasts should head to Switzerland during colder months.


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