1,000 miles, 22 lakes, 5 Alpine mountain passes, and the BMW 8 Series coupe: Join us for the highlights of the Grand Tour of Switzerland!
We begin our Switzerland tour in Zurich. The picturesque lake and the surrounding mountains are a great taste of what’s to come in the next stages of the tour.
One of the first attractions along the route is the famous Aescher-Wildkirchli Hut - a beautiful, cozy mountain inn.
The trip continues to St. Moritz, where you’ll find culinary landmarks on the road trip menu by star chef Andreas Caminada in the restaurant IGNIV.
City, country, lake: The Swiss palm city of Lugano is one of the most beautiful stage towns on the Grand Tour of Switzerland.
Over the mountains! The Furka Pass with the famous Belvedere Hotel is one of 5 Alpine mountain passes on our route through Switzerland.
Makes your heart race even if you shift down a gear: The Tremola serpentine road is a painting of curves.
You can dive down into the depths at a stopover in Saint-Léonard. The Saint-Léonard underground lake below the village is the largest subterranean lake in Europe that can be navigated by boat.
Lots of ups and downs along Lake Geneva: Connoisseurs will get excited on the way through the vineyard terraces of Lavaux.
Which other sights will come around the bend on the 1,000 mile-long tour? Spoiler alert: You won’t just enjoy the view!
What makes the luxury hotel Bürgenstock the perfect stopover on this Switzerland tour? The infinity pool with spectacular views of Lake Lucerne.
A pleasure trip in in the truest sense of the word: The Park Hotel Vitznau serves Michelin-starred cuisine directly on the shores of Lake Lucerne.
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