Swiss I’m in Love


Switzerland is the home of beautiful history, picturesque lakes, and towering mountains. In Switzerland, you will experience only the most remarkable adventures and historical destinations. Here in Switzerland, your eyes will be open to a whole new world where a vast horizon of snow-white mountains. Take the first step and travel to Switzerland. Engulf yourself in the breeze and glide through the stunning cities.


Detail Package

Swiss I’m in Love JAN-MAR


D1 Jakata – Zurich

1930 Flight Check-In
Required Documents: Passport, Schengen Swiss Visa, Full Dose Vaccination Certificate
Additional Documents: Negative PCR-Test Report taken 2×24 hours before departure (if required by regulation)
2250 Departure to Zurich

D2 Zurich – Chur

1300 Arrival at Zurich Airport
1400 Airport Pick Up
1430 Guided Zurich Tour: Fraumunster & Grossmunster Churches, Downtown Zurich, Old Town Zurich
1700 Trip to Chur
1900 Salahudin Ayyub Mosque
2030 Hotel Check-In Chur

D3 Chur – St. Moritz – Bern

0700 Hotel Check Out & Breakfast
0830 Trip to St. Moritz
1000 St. Moritz Tour: Heidi Village, St. Moritz Lake, Landquart Fashion Outlet
1400 Trip to Bern
1700 Guided Bern Tour: Bern Islamic Center
1830 Hotel Check-In Bern

D4 Bern – Geneve – Montreaux – Tasch

0700 Breakfast
0900 Bern Tour: Clock Tower, Parliement Building, Old Cathedral
1030 Trip to Geneve
1230 Guided Geneve & Montreaux Tour: Lake Geneve, United Nations HQ, Broken Chair, Geneve Water Fountain, Geneve Mosque, Chillon Castle
1600 Trip to Tasch
1900 Hotel Check-In Tasch

D5 Tasch – Zermatt – Interlaken

0700 Breakfast
0900 Tasch to Zermatt Train Experience (train ticket included)
0915 Zermatt Walking Tour & Free Time
1230 Zermatt to Tasch Train Experience (train ticket included)
1300 Trip to Interlaken
1530 Interlaken Tour: Lake Brienz (including cruise), Iseltwaltz Village, Interlaken Mosque
1800 Hotel Check In Interlaken

D6 Interlaken – Jungfraujoch – Lucerne

0700 Breakfast
0900 Trip to Jungraujoch, stop by (tour) at Lake Blousee, Lauterbrunnen Village, Grinderwald Village
1100 (Optional) Jungfraujoch Train Experience from Interlaken
1300 Trip to Luzern
1500 Lucerne Tour: Lake Lucerne, Chapel Bridge, Lion Monument, Winthertur Mosque
1800 Hotel Check-In Luzern

D7 Lucerne – Zurich – Jakarta

0700 Breakfast
0830 Short Zurich Tour: Lake Zurich
1000 Airport Drop Off
1030 Flight Check-In
Required Documents: Passport, Indonesian Visa (for non-Indonesian)
Additional Documents: Negative PCR-Test Report taken 2×24 hours before departure (if required by regulation)
1330 Departure to Jakarta

D8 Jakarta

1300 Arrival at Jakarta Airport

Additional Information

Package Detail

  1. Prices include Return Flights Jakarta – Zurich with Etihad Airways / equivalent with baggage as per the airline regulation
  2. Prices exclude Tipping for Guide, Tipping for Driver, Insurance, and Schengen Swiss Visa
  3. Prices:
    1. Basic Packages 
      1. Triple Sharing Basis (3 People per Room in 2 Bed Configuration – suitable for 2 Adults + 1 Child) IDR19,9jt/person
      2. Twin Sharing Basis IDR21,9jt/person
      3. Single Basis IDR25,9jt/person
    2. Additional Prices
      1. Tipping for Guide and Driver IDR1jt/person
      2. Insurance and Schengen Swiss Visa (including appointment and visa application assisted by touress) IDR3jt/person
    3. Prices based on First Come First Server basis, and based on availability, prices may change accordingly
  4. Hotels:
    1. Drei Konige Chur (3Star) / equivalent
    2. Sorell Arabelle (3Star) / equivalent
    3. Matterhorn Inn Tasch (3Star) / equivalent
    4. Bernerhoff Interlaken (3Star) / equivalent
    5. Ibis Styles Luzern (3Star) / equivalent
  5. Term of Payment
    1. Purchase via Apps (Web/Android/iOS): Full Payment 
    2. Manual Purchase (via WA 6281122222738 or Email
      1. Down Payment IDR2jt/person to Book Seat
      2. Second Payment IDR5jt/person 60 days before departure
      3. Balance Payment one month before departure


  1. International Flights Jakarta – Zurich – Jakarta with Etihad Airways / equivalent in economy class including aiport tax and fuel surcharge (promo ticket, non-refundable, non-reroutable) based on seat availability. 
  2. Accommodations / Hotels including tax, service charges, and daily breakfast
  3. Entrance Fees and Meals as per itinerary
  4. Air Conditioned Private Coach including driver, parking, and toll fee
  5. Tour Leader from Indonesia for a group of 20 people or more. In the case that group has less than 20 people, only Tour Guide in Switzerland will be provided.


  1. Additional Tours (e.g. Jungfraujoch Train Experience)
  2. Lunch and Dinner sessions during Tour
  3. Personal Expenses (porterage, phone calls from hotels, laundry, mini-bar, in-room-service, and all other things not included in the itinerary)
  4. Travel Documents
  5. Tipping Guide and Driver (IDR1jt/person)
  6. Insurance and Schengen Swiss Visa (IDR3jt/person)

Terms and Conditions

  1. This tour package is based on Promotion Non-Refundable, Non-Rescheduleable, No Transferrable except in the case of Force Majeure which makes the airlines cannot operate.
  2. The itinerary may change to adjust with the condition in the field. In the case the itinerary has to be changed, all points of interest as per the itinerary will be rearranged accordingly.
  3. Flight departure may be adjusted by a maximum of 2 days before or after the scheduled departure date to adjust with airline unforeseen conditions. For tour participants who fly domestic flights to Jakarta, it is mandatory to issue domestic flight tickets only after the International Flights (Jakarta – Zurich – Jakarta) are issued.
  4. In the event of Force Majeure such as the closure of airports, or endemic,  or pandemic,  and flights have to be rescheduled. All costs associated with the rescheduling will become the tour participants’ responsibility and the detail will be referred to the airline’s regulations. 
  5. By booking this package and pay fully or partially, you agree and accept all terms and conditions, cancellation, and tour exchanges rules of this package.


Additional information

Room Configuration

Twin-Share (share room with another person), Triple (share room with other 2 people in 2 Bed Configuration – suitable for 2 Adults + 1 Child), Single (whole room for me)

Insurance and Visa Processing

Not Included (will do it myself), Included (appointment and visa application will be assisted by touress)

Tipping Tour Guide and Driver

Included Now, Collected in Zurich Airport on Arrival

Tour Period

11-18JAN, 25JAN-1FEB, 8-15FEB, 22FEB-1MAR, 8-15MAR


Required Documents

  • A passport that is still valid 6 months after the return date from Swiss.
  • A full dose of vaccination (1 shot for Johnson & Johnson brand and 2 shots for other vaccine brands). The duration of validity of vaccination is 12 months from the date of complete vaccination; for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the duration is 12 months from the 22nd day after vaccination.
  • If you have not yet completed a full dose of vaccination, entry to Switzerland is prohibited.
  • Valid Schengen Visa
  • Tour Itinerary


Drei Konige Chur (3Star) / equivalent

Sorell Arabelle Bern (3Star) / equivalent


Matterhorn Inn Tasch (3Star) / equivalent


Bernerhoff Interlaken (3Star) / equivalent


Ibis Styles Luzern (3Star) / equivalent

Essential Information

Entering Switzerland (Swiss) requires a Schengen visa for travelers from outside Schengen areas to enter the country.

Time Zone
Swiss is in GMT+2.

Languages spoken in Switzerland are German, French, Italian, Roman, and Latin though most people in Swiss speak English.

Currency and Payment

Euro (EUR or €) is the common currency used in Switzerland along with its own currency, Swiss Franc (CHF). The exchange rate is 1,1CHF per USD. Visa and MasterCard cards are widely accepted in malls and shopping centers, but for local restaurants, it is always better to prepare cash.

Here are some do’s and don’ts in Switzerland:

  • Greetings – Greetings are traditionally formal in Western Europe with a firm handshake, a smile and even a slight bow in certain old-fashioned circles.
  • Kissing – Familiar colleagues may kiss each other 3 times on the cheek. However, men rarely kiss men, they shake hands!
  • Dining – Western Europeans follow the Continental or the traditional knife and fork custom when dining. Even sandwiches are eaten with a knife and fork in most West European set-ups. Wait for the host to offer the first toast. Serve yourself small portions to avoid wastage. Place your knife and fork diagonally parallel to each other on your plate, to indicate that you have finished your meal.
  • Sitting – Men sit only after all the women are seated at the table.

Best Time to Visit

The best times to visit West Europe are in spring (April-May), summer (June-August) and fall (September-October). In general, West Europe countries enjoys mild temperatures, although there are regional variations e.g. there’s a Mediterranean climate in the south and wetter weather in the north. In August, most of the countries closes down to chase the sunshine in the south. For budget travels, winter is one of our preferred times to explore West Europe, as the crowds are fewer, yet the restaurants are still lively with locals.

Spring (April to May) is considered one of the best seasons to visit West Europe, as temperatures start to rise and life pours back into the towns and countryside. Markets tend to reopen or double in size. Although the Easter school break can increase domestic tourism, West Europe during springtime is still relatively peaceful in terms of crowds.

In summer (June to July) across the countries, many visitors either head to the sea or to the swimming pool. June is considered one of the best months to visit, as schools are yet to break up for the summer and temperatures are just right for exploring the cities.

Some businesses throughout the countries close in August, as this is when many of the locals take trips of their own and the schools take their long summer break. However, it’s still a very popular month for travel. Temperatures are at their warmest, so you can spend your days soaking up the sun and dining alfresco.

Autumn (September to October) is one of the best times to visit West Europe. Temperatures are still warm but not too hot, creating ideal conditions for exploring both the cities and the countryside. The crowds have thinned, families have returned to school, and landscapes are illuminated with vibrant reds and golds.

In Winter (November to December), although the weather is cooler, it is still great to visit West Europe. Museums and sites are quiet, while restaurants in the cities are still lively. Christmas markets open up across the cities, where vendors sell mulled wine, cheese, charcuterie and seasonal arts and crafts. Rural areas can be quiet during these months.

Points of Interest

Switzerland offers a surprising amount of cultural variety. It’s divided into three regions, which are determined by the countries they border, and has four official languages. The German region of the country, the central and eastern part of Switzerland, is the largest and includes cities such as Zurich, Bern, and Basel. The western part of Switzerland is considered the French region and includes cities such as Lausanne and Geneva. 

Switzerland is not the kind of place where tourists fear using public restrooms; in fact it’s just the opposite. The bathroom you find in a train station is probably going to be just as clean as the bathroom you find in your hotel room. And it’s not just the public restrooms, it’s the country’s public transit, streets, water fountains — you can drink from most of them, and much more.

Switzerland has some of the most incredible scenery in Europe, thanks to the majestic Swiss Alps. Even if you’re not skiing or hiking in the Alps, just looking at them is life-changing enough. Probably the most well-known of the Swiss Alps is the Matterhorn. 

There are castles throughout all three of Switzerland’s regions, and they’re all breathtaking. Visiting them is like being transported to a different time period. If castles and mountains weren’t enough, Switzerland also has incredible waterfalls. First and foremost, there’s the Rhine Falls near Schaffhausen, the largest plain waterfall in all of Europe.

The Fraumünster and Grossmünster churches

The churches are landmarks of Zurich. The convent once held great power in Zurich. The Fraumünster was built from the middle of the 9th century on the opposite side of the river to the Grossmünster. Today, many visitors are attracted by the five stained glass windows prepared by Marc Chagall in the 1960’s as well as by the the rosette in the south transept. Another significant glass window is “The Heavenly Paradise” (1945) by Augusto Giacometti, the uncle of the famous Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti, in the north transept. With 5793 pipes, the organ in the Fraumünster Church is the largest in the Canton of Zurich. A cycle of frescos by Paul Bodmer depicts the legend of the founding of the monastery and of the city’s patron saints Felix and Regula.

Downtown and Old Town Zurich

Zurich is Switzerland’s largest city and a financial and tourist hub. Located on the river Limmat and the northwestern tip of the Zurich Lake with the Alps on the horizon, this city has so much to see and do that there is something special all year round, and no season is a bad season to visit.

With its picturesque old town, the famous Bahnhofstrasse with its extravagant shopping, and the scenic waterfront, you can spend your time simply meandering through the streets, stopping off regularly in the many cafes and restaurants. Shopping in Zurich, and the rest of Switzerland, is a delight, but it is pricey; indeed, it is so pricey that the Swiss usually take a day trip to Germany to fill their cupboard and wardrobes. So beware of your travel budget.

Heidi Village

Heidi Village, the original site of the world-famous Heidi story. One of Switzerland’s best-loved exports, the little mountain girl Heidi, was a cult figure in her younger years but she disappeared from public life decades ago. Johanna Spyri’s heart-warming story was based on the real-life adventures of Heidi Schwaller, 92, who grew up near Chur in the Swiss Alps.

St. Moritz Lake

Lake St. Moritz is an enchanting basin in the heart of a picturesque valley. Green hillsides overlook the placid water, which is known for its connection to the traditional equestrian sport of polo. Admire the spectacular sporting displays on the ice in winter, with a stunning backdrop of white mountains. The resort is widely considered the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism, beginning in the 1860s. It has hosted the Winter Olympics on two occasions. Consider the area’s rich history, first becoming popular as a spa town for its mineral springs.

Zurich Lake

After Lake Geneva, Lake Neuchâtel, Lake Constance and Lake Lucerne, Lake Zurich is one of Switzerland’s “Big Five” in terms of lakes. In the past, it was mainly used as a traffic and transportation route, but today it is a popular excursion destination for swimming, sailing, boating, and picnicking on the shore.

Lake Geneve

Lake Geneva is a deep lake on the north side of the Alps, shared between Switzerland and France. It is one of the largest lakes in Western Europe and the largest on the course of the Rhône. Sixty percent of the lake belongs to Switzerland and forty percent to France.

Lake Brienz

Once used as one of the shooting locations for the drama series Crash Landing on You (2019), the Lake Brienz tour in the canton of Bern, Switzerland practically immediately attracted the curiosity of the audience of the hit K-drama. Having water that looks turquoise, the charm of this 29.8 square kilometer lake is truly captivating.

Lake Blausse

Blausee has a maximum depth of 10 meters, but yet you can spot individual rocks and logs at the bottom of the lake. The lake is crystal clear because it consists of mineral-rich mountain spring water from an underground source. And shockingly, this lake looks like a painting.

Lake Lucerne

The fourth-largest lake in Switzerland, beautiful Lake Lucerne stretches from the eponymous picturesque city right up to the gorgeous Swiss Alps. It was formed 12,000 years ago during the shrinking of the River Reuss’ glacier, the evidence of which can still be observed in the fascinating Jardin des Glaciers de Lucerne. It is well worth taking advantage of the boat rentals and boat tours here to get the full experience of this breathtaking lake.

Landquart Fashion Outlet

The Landquart Fashion Outlet offers 7 days a week, 160 premium brands from the fields of fashion, sports, outdoor, and lifestyle offer here their collections at least 30% cheaper than the usual retail price. Shop in the open air in a beautiful village center, which is modeled after a Grisons village in chalet style, and relax in one of our cafes or restaurants.

United Nations Headquarter

The United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) in Geneva, Switzerland, is one of the four major offices[a] of the United Nations where numerous different UN agencies have a joint presence. The main UNOG administrative offices are located inside the Palais des Nations complex, which was originally constructed for the League of Nations between 1929 and 1938.

Chillon Castle

Chillon Castle (French: Château de Chillon) is a medieval fortress celebrated for its beauty and is widely regarded as one of the best-preserved medieval castles in Europe. Situated in Canton Vaud, Switzerland and only 3 km (2 miles) from the modern city of Montreux, Chillon Castle sits on a rock along the banks of Lake Geneva.

Bern Clock Tower

Every hour, on the hour, something unique happens in Bern: medieval figurines appear from the Zytglogge (Clock Tower). The dancing bears, the cheeky fool and the crowing rooster have been a joy for the public every day for centuries.

Broken Chair Geneve

Broken Chair is a monumental sculpture in wood by the Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by the carpenter Louis Genève. It is constructed of 5.5 tons of wood and is 12 metres (39 feet) high. It depicts a giant chair with a broken leg and stands across the street from the Palace of Nations, in Geneva. It symbolises opposition to land mines and cluster bombs, and acts as a reminder to politicians and others visiting Geneva.


Zermatt is famed as a mountaineering and ski resort of the Swiss Alps. Until the mid-19th century, it was predominantly an agricultural community; the first and tragic ascent of the Matterhorn in 1865 was followed by a rush on the mountains surrounding the village, leading to the construction of many tourist facilities. The name of Zermatt, as well as that of the Matterhorn itself, derives from the alpine meadows, or matten (in German), in the valley. The name appeared first as Zur Matte (“at the meadow”) and became later Zermatt. It does not appear until 1495 on a map or 1546 in a text, but may have been employed long before.

Iseltwald Village

This old fishing village has only 400 inhabitants and a perfect location on the peninsular halfway along the aforementioned southern shore of Lake Brienz. Driving into the Iseltwald is only allowed for locals or guests in one of the four gasthauses.

Lauterbrunnen Village

Lauterbrunnen is situated in one of the most impressive trough valleys in the Alps, between gigantic rock faces and mountain peaks. With its 72 thundering waterfalls, secluded valleys, colourful alpine meadows and lonely mountain inns, the Lauterbrunnen Valley is one of the biggest nature conservation areas in Switzerland.

Grinderwald Village

The famous mountain village of Grindelwald is embedded in a unique Alpine landscape at the foot of the Eiger north face. It is the diversity of the glacier village that makes it so attractive. A wide range of activities and recreational opportunities amidst unspoiled nature is waiting to be discovered.

Chapel Bridge Lucerne

Lucerne’s landmark is considered to be Europe’s oldest covered bridge. It was built in the 14th century and was originally a part of the city fortifications. The pictorial panels, which were incorporated in the 17th century, contain scenes of Swiss history as well as the Lucerne’s history.

Lion Monument Lucerne

The Lion Monument in Lucerne is a giant dying lion carved out of a wall of sandstone rock above a pond at the east end of the medieval town. It was designed as a memorial for the mercenary soldiers from central Switzerland who lost their lives while serving the French king Louis XVI during the French Revolution.

Travel from Zurich to Interlaken by train

Just two hours away by train, this gorgeous Swiss resort is one of the shining jewels of the country, and there is no better or more relaxed way to get there than by train. SBB trains will see you arrive in comfort and style, ready to unwind surrounded by nature.

Interlaken to Jungfrau Cogwheel Train

The cogwheel train goes through a 7 km tunnel that was dug through the rock of the Eiger and Mönch Alpine peaks and then reaches Jungfraujoch. The total time for the trip is roughly 2 hours and you need to change trains three times. An unforgettable Alpine tour to the majestic world of the Jungfraujoch, Top of Europe at 3’454 m /11’333 ft. A scenic cogwheel train for the most interesting mountain train trip via Kleine Scheidegg at the foot of the famous Eiger North Face to Jungfraujoch, Europe’s highest railway station.

Ice Palace

The Ice Palace can be visited by every guest, even in the most stormy and Arctic weather conditions. Every year, a talented ice artist creates shiny new ice sculptures including eagles, penguins and polar bears.

The Sphinx Observatory

The new observation building on the Sphinx rock was inaugurated in summer 1996. The Sphinx building and observation terrace at 3571 mamsl stand 117 metres above the Jungfraujoch-Top of Europe and provide stunning 360° views. The facility is reached by a spacious double lift carrying up to 1200 persons per hour. The Jungfraujoch is not only a spectacular vantage point but also an excellent location for a wide range of scientific research projects. Astronomers, geologists, physicists, meteorologists and hydrologists contribute to environmental research.

Mount Titlis

Titlis is a mountain of the Uri Alps, a mountain range in Central Switzerland and part of the Western Alps. It is located on the border between the cantons of Obwalden, which is a canton of Switzerland, and Bern, which is the second-largest of the 26 Swiss cantons by both surface area and population. The height of Mount Titlis is 3,239 metres above sea level.

Mount Titlis is mainly accessed from Engelberg on the north side and is famous as the site of the world’s first rotating cable car. The cable car system connects Engelberg to the summit of Klein Titlis through the three stages of Gerschnialp, Trübsee and Stand.

Mount Titlis Cliff Walk

The Titlis Cliff Walk is a pedestrian bridge along the cliff of Mount Titlis in the Swiss Alps. Built at around 3,000 m (9,800 ft) above sea level, it is believed to be the highest-elevation suspension bridge in Europe.

Health Protocol to Swiss

Health Requirements to be allowed to fly and enter Switzerland:

  • Switzerland requires no PCR or Rapid antigen tests if you have already completed a full dose of vaccination (1 shot for Johnson & Johnson brand and 2 shots for other vaccine brands).
  • The duration of validity of a vaccination is 12 months from the date of complete vaccination; for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the duration is 12 months from the 22nd day after vaccination.
  • If you have not yet completed a full dose of vaccination, entry to Switzerland is prohibited.
  • On your departure to Indonesia, as part of the Government of Indonesia’s regulation, you must present the negative PCR result taken not more than 2 x 24 hours before departure.

During PPKM (Enforcement of Restrictions on Community Activities) in Indonesia, traveling to Swtizerland is still possible. Please make sure you comply with the following requirements:

  • Please check whether PPKM is applicable in the area/province you are departing from.
  • If you are flying domestic airlines from any provinces in Jawa island or from Bali to Jakarta (as flights to and from Istanbul start from/to Jakarta), and PPKM is still in place in the province you are departing from, and you already have the full dose of vaccination (1 shot for Johnson & Johnson brand and 2 shots for other vaccines), you need to present the negative result of a rapid test antigen test taken not more than 1 x 24 hours before departure. The same applies when returning back from Jakarta. as you need to present the negative result of a rapid test antigen test taken not more than 1 x 24 hours before departure.
  • Mandatory 8 days quarantine for all International passengers arriving in Indonesia is still in place, and you must pre-book your selected hotel for this quarantine or book it on your arrival in Indonesia.