In the morning on your first day, leave Zurich in a comfortable coach for a one-hour journey to the lake-side city of Lucerne. On the bus, enjoy a a guided orientation tour of the citys highlights and stop at attractions like the Old town, from where you can walk to Chapel Bridge. After enjoying some time at your leisure, continue to Kriens and board a gondola to the top of Mt Pilatus and admire panoramic views. Venture down Dragon's Path and take a short hike to the summit before checking in to your 3-star mountain-top hotel for a fantastic overnight. You'll be welcomed with a complimentary beverage and enjoy a delicious 3-course dinner while taking in breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Spend the night cradled in the Swiss mountains at 7,000 feet (2,132 meters) -- a truly unique experience.
The next morning, enjoy a scrumptious buffet breakfast before descending Mt Pilatus by the world's steepest cogwheel train to Alpnachstadt and from there by train to Lucerne. At the Tourist Information Center Lucerne, join a guided tour to Mt Titlis for your eternal snow and ice adventure! Enjoy a comfortable coach ride to Engelberg, where the breathtaking journey to Mt Titlis begins. Take a revolving Rotair cable-car ride and enjoy spectacular sights of the glacier's deep crevasses and gigantic ice boulders. And now that the new gondola system has been implemented, you will spend more time on top of Mount Titlis as the new ride takes you up in a shorter time!
At the top of Mt Titlis, enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the Alps from the restaurants where you will have some lunch (own expense) or the sun terrace.
Visit the Ice Grotto and enjoy the unique opportunity to walk through a glacier and over Europe's highest suspension bridge. Or, take a ride on the IceFlyer and get an exclusive up-close view of the glaciers crevasses. Dont forget to slide down the Fun Lift -- a 492-foot (150-meter) snow tube!
After this exciting Swiss winter experience, conclude your two-day adventure with a scenic drive back to Lucerne and then on to Zurich.