As you explore the jaw-droppingly beautiful Alpine town of Lucerne on foot, you'll come across covered wooden bridges, quaint buildings, and cobbled lanes around the town centre. Stock up on lots of genuine Swiss chocolate, and your Trip Manager can give you pointers on where to pick up the best-priced Switzerland watches famous the world over. And if you have free time, see the Wooden Chapel Bridge and other highlights like the Lion Monument.
Indulge in a traditional swiss cheese fondue
If you're a cheese lover, you'll be glad you ticked cheese fondue off your to-do list. You wouldn't want to leave the Swiss Alps without trying the traditional dish served in a saucepan with boiled potatoes and a basket of bread. Take a friend along, as most places serve fondue for a minimum of two, and you'll probably need to stroll around a bit before biting into a plateful of cheese.
Visit the capital of Liechtenstein, Vaduz
Today, travel past the stony cliffs of Liechtenstein into the capital Vaduz, where you can grab some lunch and eat it in the shadow of the Royal Family's 12th century castle. It is visible from any place within the city, so you can also visit other well-known landmarks like the Cathedral of St. Florin and the City Hall with architectural styles of different periods.
Stay in a Swiss chalet
If you're thinking whether you could stay in a Swiss chalet, head to the alpine heights of Lauterbrunnen, and you'll get the experience of your life. It's a change of pace amongst Switzerland's massive Alps. Take in the amazing views from your chalet window, make the most of the genuine underground 'Bomb Shelter', and party it up with friends at the bar there.