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Experience Mount Titlis’ dramatic summit on a full-day excursion from Zurich. First, explore the cultural and historical sites of Lucerne on a walking tour and then absorb the city’s charm independently during some relaxed free time. Travel onward to Engelberg, a resort cradled by the Swiss Alps, and then ascend to the summit of Mount Titlis for breathtaking Alpine vistas. Take a chairlift to get up close to frozen crevices, and cross Europe’s highest suspension bridge.

Highlights

  • Full-day Mount Titlis tour from Zurich
  • Explore Lucerne with a guide and see landmarks including the Lion Monument and Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge)
  • Travel to Mt Titlis in the Swiss Alps and take a revolving cable car to the summit
  • Take a chairlift ride on the Ice Flyer or slide down the Glacier Park snow slide
  • Walk over Europe's highest suspension bridge for more phenomenal views from Mt Titlis
  • Pickup from Sihlquai Bus Terminal or selected Zurich hotels

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What You Can Expect

Mount Titlis Day Tour from Zurich

Walk of Europe's highest suspension bridge on your Mount Titlis Day Tour

Depart from a central Zurich location in a comfortable, climate-controlled coach and relish scenic Swiss vistas as you travel along the shores of Lake Lucerne to the city of Lucerne. On arrival, embark on a walking tour with your guide and see popular landmarks like Lion Monument, Rathaus (Town Hall) and Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge).

Continue by coach to Engelberg, a mountain resort cradled by the Swiss Alps. Climb aboard a Rotair, a rotating cable car that affords panoramic Alpine vistas, and ascend to a dizzying height of 10,623 feet (3, 238 meters).

Take in 360-degree views and then disembark at Mt Titlis’ snowy summit. Enjoy some free time to visit the magical Ice Palace and ride the Ice Flyer in order to get closer to frozen crevices. Soar down a snow slide in Glacier Park and summon your courage to walk over Europe’s highest suspension bridge, the Titlis Cliff Walk.

Warm up with a steaming beverage (own expense) and then reconvene with your guide for the return journey to central Zurich.

Customer Reviews

Mohamad Jaffry I

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Amazing view on top of 3020 m height

Ali C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

Great way to experience Switzerland!

Nicole V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2017

This tour has a lot of things going for it, but even just the cable ride to and from Mt. Titlis is already worth it!

ziyaad l

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

very nice excellent guide a must for every one to do if u going to zurich
BRILLIANT

Geoffrey P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

It was expensive, but boy was it fun! And beautiful!

Vadim A Russian Federation

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Beautiful Lucerne, great scenery, like Switzerland

Dewi Srimazhayu A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

The whole trip was an amazing experience. The tour guide Antje was really professional and good. She offered alot of tips and shared knowledgeable information about Switzerland. The driver, Mr. Phillipe, was friendly and drove us safely throughout the journey. We highly recommend this day tour if you want to enjoy a good time in Mt. Titlis and abit of sightseeing in Luzerne.

Kobus

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Best tour we have ever been on. Also many thanks to our driver who found our apartment key in the bus after cleaning it.

Isabelle F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

it was worth the money. lovey day and nice tour leader. worth to try it while in switzerland.

Shawn G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Definitely worth it.
Do everything including the tubing and sledding. It is a fun day out.
There is a bit of walking and it is a long day, but it is a great and it is the Alps.

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