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Switzerland - Alsace - Alpine train
Price per person from 895 €

Switzerland - Alsace - Alpine train

895 €
Price per person
895 €
price per person
Switzerland - Alsace - Alpine train



Alsace is the German-speaking region of France. It is a region located on the west bank of the Rhine River, between the Rhine and the Vosges Mountains. To the north and east it shares a border with Germany; to the south with German-speaking Switzerland; and to the west with Lorraine and Franche Comté. Historically speaking, Alsace was part of the German-speaking region of Central Europe, and to this day a large part of the population, of all generations, speaks or understands Alsatian, a dialectal form of German that is very similar to the German spoken in Switzerland. Over the last two centuries, Alsatian has passed from Germany to France and back and back again. Consequently, it is a region that was not part of France at the time of the modern nation's creation, and it held a number of institutional differences, particularly in terms of religious affairs. For example, Good Friday is a holiday in Alsace, but not in the rest of France. And in Alsace, priests are paid by the state.


Strasbourg, almost on the western banks of the Rhine, is the capital of the lesser province of Alsace and the co-capital of the European Parliament after Brussels. It is also home to the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe. The Ill River runs through it, while the historic centre, also called "Little France", is beautiful thanks to its canals, wooden houses and traditional Alsatian winstubs. Strasbourg is a quaint old town, a Unesco monument. The Rhine tributary, Ill, sets up a canal canal in the historic centre of Strasbourg with its old neighbourhoods of fishermen, millers and tanners. Pink, salmon, orange, the facades of 16th and 17th century houses, trailing on the water rival the flowers on the ledges in a riot of colour. Wander through the Grande Ill, the heart of the medieval old town. Important museums, open-air markets, restaurants with authentic Alsatian flavours, lively night spots delight travellers.



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Day 1: Zurich, Strasbourg

Day 2: Strasbourg

Day 3: Strasbourg, Zurich

Day 4: Zurich

Day 5: Zurich

Day 6: Zurich, Stuttgart


  • Flight with Aegean Airlines: one 23kg piece of baggage per 2 persons and one 8kg piece of hand luggage per person.
  • Breakfast daily at the hotel.
  • Five (5) nights at the hotels listed in our detailed price list.
  • Strasbourg.
  • Zurich: Züri by Fassbind 4*.
  • Zurgiburg 4-star hotel in Zurich: Zurgiburg 4-star hotel.
  • Tours according to the itinerary.
  • Official guide / escort of our agency.
  • Liability insurance.
  • Airport taxes, fuel surcharges: 165€ per person.


  • Optional excursion by Alpine train: Adults: 120€ & children from 2 to 12 years old: 90€.
  • Children: adults: 90€ (adults: 12 years old, children: 90€).
  • Entrance fees to museums, castles, shows, archaeological sites and generally where required.
  • Anything not mentioned in the programme or listed as optional or suggested.
  • Special insurance cover for trip cancellation due to illness COVID19: 15€. Ask for more detailed information

Possible accommodations

2 accommodations



Notes: The guided tours, excursions, tours are indicative and the order in which they will take place can be changed without skipping any tour.

Note: Not included is the cost of headset rental for tours where headset rental is required unless otherwise stated.

Covid-19 Special Insurance: Ask for more detailed information.

Useful Information and Remarks:

  • Before you leave, make sure you get all the necessary information about your trip from the salesperson who served you
  • Do not forget before leaving your home, to check that you have taken with you , all the necessary documents for your trip ( passport / identity card , vaccination certificates , excursion information etc. )
  • We suggest you choose according to your needs and calculate that the closer to the center the hotel is located the more expensive it is . You should therefore calculate the cost of travel if you will have to travel outside the tour program
  • You can make purchases and payments with Mastercard and Visa cards. For bank commissions consult your bank.
  • Travel time from city to city is always relative and depends on weather conditions ,road traffic and border delays 
  • In the hotels suggested with satellites, the price refers to both.
  • In case a hotel does not gather the necessary reservations ,a comparable hotel is suggested, so that people can be concentrated in one or two and to facilitate the execution of the program of tours - tours
  • The optional activities are not compulsory and are just a suggestion and you are not obliged to participate. A minimum number of participants is required to carry them out.
  • There will be compulsory stops (based on relevant legislation on drivers' timetables) at regular intervals (approximately every 2 and a half hours) for coffee, food and toilet facilities. The stops will be at the border and at shops on the road. Unfortunately their quality is not always the best. In many places 50 minutes are requested from the cleaners in the toilets.
  • For health reasons, it is not allowed to use the toilet on the bus, as it cannot be disinfected during the journey and is a source of infection.
  • Tourists must adapt to the health rules of the country we are visiting and carry the required documents. The office operates on an advisory basis only
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