7 Days trip in Switzerland

Budget: 0 USD - 1000 USD Historical landmarks Wildlife exploration
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Switzerland is a beautiful country known for its stunning landscapes, banking sector, and watchmaking industry. It has a rich history, diverse culture, and is home to numerous international organizations.

General Infomation

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Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Old City of Bern

    120 minutes

    Visit the Old City of Bern, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and explore its medieval streets, arcades, and fountains.

  2. BärenPark

    60 minutes

    Head to the BärenPark to watch the bears that live there. This park offers a spacious and natural environment for the bears, ensuring they are happy and healthy.

  3. Gerechtigkeitsgasse

    90 minutes

    Take a stroll along the Gerechtigkeitsgasse, one of the most beautiful streets in Bern, and enjoy a traditional Swiss meal at one of the many restaurants and cafes in the area.

Day 2

  1. Thun Castle

    120 minutes

    Take a train to Thun and visit the Thun Castle, a beautiful 12th-century castle that offers stunning views of the Swiss Alps and the Thunersee.

  2. Niederhorn

    180 minutes

    Head to the Niederhorn peak and admire the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Thun. You can also see ibex and marmots in their natural habitat.

  3. Aare River

    90 minutes

    Enjoy a traditional Swiss fondue at a restaurant overlooking the Aare River, and take a walk along the riverbanks to admire the city views.

Day 3

  1. Einstein House

    90 minutes

    Visit the Einstein House, the former residence of the famous physicist Albert Einstein when he was working on his theory of relativity.

  2. Gurten Mountain

    240 minutes

    Take a funicular ride to the top of the Gurten Mountain, and enjoy a picnic while observing the Swiss wildlife such as deer and foxes.

  3. Lötschberg Südrampe

    120 minutes

    Visit the Lötschberg Südrampe, a scenic railway line that connects Bern to the Valais region, and enjoy a delicious Swiss raclette at a local restaurant.

Day 4

  1. Kapellenbrücke

    120 minutes

    Take a train to Lucerne and visit the Kapellenbrücke, a covered wooden bridge across the Reuss River, that showcases intricate painted murals depicting the city's history.

  2. Pilatus Mountain

    300 minutes

    Take a cogwheel railway up to Pilatus Mountain, and hike up to the top for stunning panoramic views of Lucerne and the Swiss Alps. You may also see ibex and chamois on the way.

  3. Wirtshaus Taube

    120 minutes

    Dine at the Wirtshaus Taube, a popular local restaurant famous for its traditional Swiss dishes such as rösti and veal sausage.

Day 5

  1. Château de Chillon

    180 minutes

    Take a train to Montreux and visit the Château de Chillon, a medieval castle situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, that was once home to the Counts of Savoy.

  2. Lavaux Vineyard Terraces

    240 minutes

    Travel to the Lavaux Vineyard Terraces, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and take a walk through the vineyards while enjoying the beautiful views of Lake Geneva and the Alps. Do a wine-tasting tour to try some of the best wines produced in the region.

  3. Promenade de la Corniche

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a delicious dinner at one of the many restaurants along the Promenade de la Corniche, a scenic walkway that offers stunning views of Lake Geneva and the surrounding city of Lausanne.

Day 6

  1. Jungfraujoch

    360 minutes

    Take a train to Grindelwald and ascend to the Jungfraujoch, the highest railway station in Europe. See the stunning view of the Swiss Alps, visit a palace and an ice cave.

  2. Lake Brienz

    180 minutes

    Head to Lake Brienz and take a boat tour to see the stunning alpine forests and mountain villages, as well as fishing.

  3. Brasserie Lorraine

    120 minutes

    End the day with a delicious meal at the Brasserie Lorraine, a restaurant famous for its Swiss and French cuisine, and soak up the atmosphere of Interlaken's nightlife.

Day 7

  1. Bern Zoo

    120 minutes

    Visit the Bern Zoo, home to over 3,000 animals from around the world including giraffes, elephants, and penguins, as well as endemic Swiss species like lynx and ibex.

  2. Zentrum Paul Klee

    90 minutes

    Visit the Zentrum Paul Klee, a museum displaying the works of the famous Swiss painter and graphic artist Paul Klee.

  3. Altes Tramdepot

    120 minutes

    End the trip with a traditional Swiss meal and a beer at the Altes Tramdepot, a restaurant and brewery located in a renovated tram depot with a stunning view of the city.

Estimated Cost (USD)


30-50 USD
80-150 USD
70-120 USD


Public Transportation (MRT, Bus)
30-50 USD for a 7-day pass
300-500 USD for the week
Rental Car (small)
200-300 USD for the week


Budget (street food, pub fare)
12-17 USD per meal
Mid-Range (cafes, restaurants)
25-40 USD per meal
Fine Dining
70-120 USD per meal


Entry Fee for Historical Landmarks
10-20 USD per attraction
Wildlife Exploration (Zoo, Aquarium)
20-50 USD per attraction
Guided Tours
50-100 USD per tour

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