Explore At Your Own Pace

Switzerland is the ultimate holidayers’ paradise. From students, to honeymooning couples to families on vacation – there’s something here for everyone. Whether the adrenaline rush of a ski slope or the relaxation of a spa, Amigo Travels offers a wide variety of adventures, activities and sights for every kind of traveller. 


  • Harder Kulm is Interlaken's very own home mountain and a vantage point high up on the peak offers exhilarating Alpine vistas. There’s a playground for children to frolic in and they’ll also love the climb to the top via the funicular railways. Also popular with families is the trip to the top by funicular and the Alpine wildlife park at the Valley Station, near Interlaken Ost railway station.

  • With some of the most spectacular views of the Alps, Glacier 3000 in Les Diablerets is both ski resort and activity centre, offering everything from winter hiking trails to ziplines. Enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree panorama of 24 alpine peaks including Eiger, Monch, Jungfrau, Matterhorn and Mont Blanc; it’s an unforgettable sight.

  • One of Switzerland’s most popular destinations, Jungfraujoch is one of the highest points in Europe. Magnificent vistas of the Alps and the world’s highest railway station, the Jungfraujoch can only be reached by a 7.3 km tunnel with trains leaving from Interlaken. 


    Matterhorn Glacier Paradise

    The highest sightseeing platform in Europe, Matterhorn Glacier Paradise also offers visitors a chance to walk through the glacier’s ice palace. Be whisked away over gaping crevasses to a world of eternal ice and snow at the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise. 

  • Travel the world’s steepest cog railway up to the peak of Mount Pilatus (2132 m). Two hotels, seven restaurants, and Switzerland’s biggest suspension rope park guarantee that you’ll never run out of things to do.

  • The world’s first revolving restaurant Piz Gloria is also the most beautiful. You can tuck into a gourmet meal while enjoying unparalleled views of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Wander down to the Touristorama and follows the tracks of James Bond in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service which was filmed there.

  • See all of Switzerland in one place at the Swiss Miniatur park in Melide on the shores of Lake Lugano, where scale models of most of the country’s landmarks can be seen.

    Children will love the the 1:25 scale models representing important buildings, monuments and transportation, and will be able to watch tiny trains thread their way through the cities and cross bridges and boats exploring the Switzerland’s many lakes.

    Adults will enjoy the lovely gardens and the park with over 1500 different kinds of plants and over 15,000 flowers.

  • Mt. Titlis in Engelberg is packed with things to do for children and adults. The 10,000 feet high mountain features the world’s first revolving cable car that takes you up to a height of 3,020 metres, where on a clear day you can see as far as Germany’s Black Forest.

    Ice Flyer
    Get up close and personal with Mt Titlis as you fly above its many crevasses and snow flows in the Ice Flyer, a chairlift that takes you to a height of 3,000 metres.

    Titlis Glacier Park
    Try out all kinds of sledding equipment – from snow tubes, snow bikes, airboards and bobsleds – at the Titlis Glacier Park. If you sled too far, don’t worry; it’s an easy ride to the top on the Magic Carpet walkway.

    Glacier Cave
    Glittering walls of ice surround you in the Glacier grotto, a winter wonderland maintained at a constant temperature of minus 1.5 degrees. The deepest spot of the cave is 15 metres below ice.

    Trotti Bike
    Feel like a kid again this summer with the Titlis Rotair’s Trotti Bike ride from station Station Gerschnialp to Engelberg. The 15-minute ride takes a 3.5 km route through the alpine forest and meadows, passing by small farms on the way.

  • A modern 6-seater Gondola takes you on a 5226 metre ride as you climb up from Grindelwald (1050 m) to the summit First (2167 m) in 25 minutes, while looking out to some of Europe’s most spectacular panoramas. See the Bernese Alps and seven peaks that tower over 4000 metres, from Schreckhorn to Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.