first_imgagentsfamilLufthansaSwiss Travel PassSwitzerland Tourism Hopping on trains, buses, boats, cable cars and mountain railways across Switzerland, a group of ten agents recently travelled from Zurich to the Lucerne Region, Interlaken, Jungfrau Region, the Lake Geneva Region and Basel experiencing every highlight along the way, hosted by Jeffrey Dalziel from the Lufthansa Group and Birgit Weingartner from Switzerland Tourism ANZ.On JungfraujochAntonella Damiano from Travel Managers; Joachim Kaletta, JauneShrives and Sera-Maria Paterson from Flight Centre; Kate Street from Holidays on Location; Salli Longmuir fromTempo Holidays; Andrew Garrett from Globenet Travel; Clare O’Neill and Danette Stanton from Phill Hoffman Travel; and Natalie Frowde from YOU Travel Manly NZ, were introduced to the country’s famous mountains and scenery, the unbeatable value of the Swiss Travel Pass, the country’s impressive transportation network, the high hospitality standards, the local cuisine and wines, and the general quality of life enjoyed by the locals. Riding along the UNESCO World Heritage Lavaux vineyardsHighlights included ascending Mt Titlis; walking across Europe’s longest suspension bridge enjoying the icy surrounds Titlis Glacier; experiencing the tranquility of Lake Truebsee; riding the steep cogwheel rail up to Mt Pilatus; a food and culture tour in Interlaken to feed cows and taste their fresh milk and cheese; an excursion up to Jungfraujoch, Top of Europe (home to Europe’s highest mountain railway at 3,454m asl); wine tasting at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lavaux; seeing Montreux; and taking in the modern and artful Basel on the River Rhine. TOP IMAGE: @ The Olympic Museum, Lausannelast_img

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