Grand Tour of Switzerland
On the trail of Valais variety
If you want to discover the best of Switzerland in one single route, look no further than the Grand Tour of Switzerland, which stretches for 1,600 km and whisks you through the country’s most beautiful regions. You’ll encounter four linguistic regions as you take in five Alpine passes, 13 UNESCO World Heritage Properties, two biosphere reserves and 22 lakes. Enjoy an unforgettable journey packed with adventure from start to finish!
In Valais, the Grand Tour of Switzerland follows the course of the Rhône River. From the highest Alpine pass on the Swiss route, the Furka Pass, to Lake Geneva. From deep down in the valley to high up in the mountains, the route offers the chance to explore the entire canton with its uncontested highlights, as well as to seek out insider tips and lesser-known destinations.
Grand Train Tour of Switzerland
A small mix-up derails the plans of Roger Federer and Trevor Noah, leading them to the ride of a lifetime on the Grand Train Tour of Switzerland.Watch the two friends on their epic adventure through the stunning landscapes of Switzerland.
Discover all sights and landmarks Switzerland has to offer form the comfort of a train. The Grand Train Tour merges the most beautiful panoramic lines into one unique route with 11 large lakes, 5 Unesco World Heritage Sites and 1280 kilometers of magnificient view in between.
After leaving Lake Geneva behind, the third stage brings you into Valais through the fertile Rhône Valley, past the Pfyn-Finges Nature Park until Visp. The Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn then takes you through the picturesque Matter Valley to Zermatt with the majestic Matterhorn.
Grand Tour Photospots
Grand Tour Snack Box.
The Grand Tour of Switzerland won’t just show you Switzerland’s most beautiful landscapes; it’s also a culinary journey. You’ll take the Snack-Box with you on your journey for culinary breaks – and you can repeatedly top it up. Buy the Snack-Box for CHF 25.– from any of the 25 official sales outlets on the Grand Tour and top it up with regional specialities for two people for CHF 20.–.