Geneva city tour
Walk along Geneva’s lakeside and admire “le Jet d’Eau”, a water fountain famous all over the world. From its quays, you will enjoy an exceptional view of the lake and the mountains. Take your photo as a souvenir of The Flower Clock a renewable living masterpiece.
Your chauffeur can also drive you to Switzerland’s biggest historical city, la Vieille-Ville, overlooked by St. Peter’s Cathedral, from where you’ll get a stunning panorama.
Exploring lake Geneva
Let your chauffeur take you along Lake Geneva. Discover the charm and history of Lausanne with its pedestrian streets, the Town Hall and The Cathedral. Visit Montreux: the city of The Jazz Festival, you will succumb to its charm with its covered market, the Montreux-Palace, the quays and so much more.
Let your chauffeur drive you to the other side of the border to Evian, between the lake and the mountains, which benefits from an exceptional natural environment. Evian is also renowned for its quality thermal facilities and its pure mineral water. Next to Evian, discover Yvoire, listed among the most beautiful villages of France, it has kept its medieval atmosphere: castle, doors, ramparts, church and many other redeeming features.
Discover the charm and the history of this city. Your chauffeur will be able to guide you through its bustling markets, the place de la Palud and the City Hall. If you wish, your chauffeur can take you to the Lausanne Cathedral, one of Europe’s most beautiful gothic cathedrals, where you’ll marvel at its rose window and portal.
Ouchy is undoubtedly a jewel of Lausanne with its docks and its parks, the charm of the lake and its boats, and its splendid view over the Alps of the Savoie region. Pay homage to the men and women who celebrate and have lived the Olympic ideal at the newly renovated Olympic Museum.
Yvoire & Evian
A city of water, between the lake and the mountains, Evian is famous for its thermal baths and the Cachat spring. You’re sure to be seduced by its promenade along the lake, its casino, its theatre and its pedestrianised streets.
Classified as one of France’s ‘Most Beautiful Villages’, Yvoire is worth a detour. It’s an authentic fishing village, remarkable for its abundant flowers and brought to life with artists and craftsmen. With its port, its ramparts, its church and its château overlooking the Léman Lake, the town known as ‘the pearl of the Léman’ will reveal its charm to you.
Montreux & Gruyères
Montreux is a world-renowned lakeside resort town, frequented since the early 20th century by English tourists. Nearby, the Château de Chillon, a thousand-year-old monument, has long been a source of inspiration for artists. You’re sure to fall in love with it too.
Let us guide you through mountain pastures and the medieval town of Gruyères, where you will be seduced by its charm and its picturesque architecture. Just beneath the Château, La Maison du Gruyère invites you to discover the secrets and ancestral traditions behind the famous local cheese: Gruyère AOP.
Luxury watch tour
Geneva is the birthplace of fine watchmaking for more than four centuries: this amazing legacy, is envied and is always advancing. The reputation of Swiss watchmaking remains unparalleled and is evidenced everywhere, from Rue du Rhône and its luxurious jewellery store window fronts to the Patek Philippe museum, famous for its extraordinary collection of watches.
Your chauffeur can take you to Passage Malbuisson where you can admire the know-how of a master-watchmaker at the Bucherer Boutique. An exclusive moment, straight from the workshop to this prestigious instrument making house.
With its 1,400 hectares of vineyards, Geneva is the third largest wine producing region in Switzerland. Around 95 cellars produce a range of quality wines, such as Chasselas and Gamey. Your chauffeur will take you on a splendid itinerary, exploring the vineyards of Geneva and the village of Satigny, where you’ll enjoy an exceptional view of Mont-Salève.
Sit back in one of our cars and let us take you on a tour combining tastings of both wines and regional produce.
The snow peaks of Switzerland
Switzerland alone brings together some 48 peaks over 4000m, making it one of the most popular ski destinations in the world. With some 200 ski resorts, you will surely find the right ski resort for you. Enjoy a variety of mountain experiences from skiing in the very best resorts in the world including Cran Montana, Davos, Gstaad, St Moritz, Verbier and Zermatt; to just visiting the mountains and glaciers (Aletsh, Breithorn, Jungfrau, Glacier 3000), the mountains can be enjoyed all year around.
The snow peaks of France
The world-famous Mont-Blanc is a 4810 m mountain of rock, snow and ice. Considered to be the roof of Europe, it continues to attract millions of visitors every year and thousands of mountaineers dreaming of defeating it. If this is not for you, Bossons and La Mer de Glace glaciers are fascinating to visit as is The Ice Cave. We can also provide excursions to Avoriaz, Courchevel, Megève, Meribel, Val d´Isère and Val Thorens.
Located in the south of the country on the north shore of Lake Lugano, surrounded by several peaks with breathtaking views. Lugano is a popular destination for its mild climate during the flowering period of the camellias. The historic and pedestrian center of the city will allow you to discover its multiple Lombard-style buildings as well as these museums and a calendar of prolific events.
This waterfront city nestled in the heart of Switzerland delights visitors with its excellent quality of life. You can enjoy the magnificent panoramic view of the city and the Alps from the Uetliberg. Hosting the famous “path of the planets” which gives a fascinating overview of the solar system, you can also enjoy the excursions offered throughout this idyllic setting in all seasons.
Considered as the cultural capital of Switzerland, Basel literally reveals its treasure on every street corner. You can enjoy the thematic diversity, visiting one of the forty museums or strolling through the old town to discover the numerous art galleries and a lively theatrical and musical scene.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old city of Bern, the federal capital, is full of small streets full of secrets and impressive curiosities. Come discover the Bear Park, the Zytlogge (Clock Tower) and explore the lively Matte district.
Sitting between lake and mountain, come and discover the breath-taking landscapes of Interlaken. The turquoise lake of Brienz and the deep blue lake of Thun nestle in the picturesque mountains to create a landscape perfect for adventure.
Famous for its tour of Lake Lucerne, the Waldstätterweg path will allow you to discover this magnificent city in several stages. Take a step back in time with a visit to downtown Lucerne and experience its needle barrage and dam and its Chapel Bridge.
Hiking on the Jura hills of the municipality, or cycling on the edge of the Three Lakes, there is much to explore outside of the city and if food is your passion why not visit a cheese diary or enjoy an ice cream from one of the farms. Observe the wildlife including the marmots and chamois of the Canton region. Extend your adventure by taking a boat across the lakes and stop for a picnic on a beach. Neuchâtel has many attributes that makes it worth your while to visit.