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  • Location: Zurich, Switzerland
  • Duration:  9 hours (approx.)
Take a breathtaking journey to Mt Titlis on this private tour from Zurich. Admire the stunning Swiss Alps on a revolving aerial cable car ride to the summit of this famous mountain, followed by an exciting ride on the Ice Flyer chairlift and a walk along Europe’s highest suspension bridge for close-up views of deep glacier crevasses and gigantic ice boulders. On your way to Mt Titlis, take a guided city tour of Lucerne and enjoy some free time to explore on your own. This tour offers a flexible itinerary that can be tailored to your interests, and your private guide will provide commentary throughout the day, ensuring a more immersive experience.

Highlights

  • Private day trip to Mt Titlis from Zurich
  • Marvel at jaw-dropping views of the Swiss Alps on an aerial cable car ride to the summit of Mt Titlis
  • Explore the mysterious Ice Grotto and ride the Ice Flyer chairlift for up-close glacier views
  • Walk over Europe's highest suspension bridge over deep glacier crevasses!
  • Tour the quaint city of Lucerne and enjoy free time to explore at your leisure
  • Enjoy personalized service and informative commentary from your private guide

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This is a picture-perfect day trip ideal for those who want to witness Switzerland's eternal snow and ice. The scenery is truly a sight to be seen!

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Mt Titlis and Lucerne Day Trip from Zurich

Visit the Lion Monument in Lucerne!

You’ll be picked up from your Zurich hotel in the morning and taken on an approximate 1.5-hour drive south toward Mt Titlis, a famous mountain in the Urner Alps. Enjoy a scenic ride by comfortable minivan or mini-coach – depending on the size of your group – through the beautiful Swiss countryside via the Albis Pass and along the shores of Lake Lucerne.

Stop in Lucerne for a guided tour of this charming German-speaking city. Enjoy an hour of free time to get a closer look at sights such as the Lion Monument, Chapel Bridge, Town Hall and the Culture and Congress Centre.

After your time here, continue to Engelberg, where three different cable cars will take you into eternal snow and ice. The last one is the Rotair, the world's first revolving cable car. Enjoy an incredibly scenic journey over the Swiss Alps to the summit of Mt Titlis, located 10,600 feet (3,238 meters) above sea level. Because this is a rotating car, you'll enjoy endless views of the stunning Switzerland landscape in every direction, no matter where you're standing.

Capture postcard-worthy photos of the breathtaking alpine panorama at the summit, where you'll find several restaurants and a sun terrace where you can relax and have lunch if you wish (own expense). Imagine enjoying a meal while sitting on top of the world!

Visit the Ice Grotto, a 1,148-foot-long (350-meter) cave of ice, and take a ride on the Ice Flyer, a chairlift ride that affords up-close views of glacier crevasses. You can also walk along Europe’s highest suspension bridge over impressive ice formations!

You have about 1.5 hours to spend at your leisure at the summit of Mt Titlis. Afterwards, take the cable cars back down the mountain and relax on the drive back to Zurich.

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2014

Outstanding tour and Heinz was very knowledgeable

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2013

Perfect in every way. Keller was a great guide and very knowledgeable. he was very worried about whether the weather would cooperate, and it was glorious. Thank you very much. My stepdaughter and I had a wonderful time.

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