12 days / 11 Nights - Zurich, Switzerland | Paris, France
Crash Landing On You - Switzerland Tour | City of Lights & Love, Paris
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Airline Ticket and Taxes (Including PH Tax) • Hotel Accomodation on twin sharing based on 4 star categories • Meals as indicated ( B - Buffet Breakfast, L - Lunches, and D - Dinners) • Professional Tour Director and Driver all through-out • Tours & Sightseeing on modern air- conditioned coach • Entrances and attractions below City and Hotel Taxes • 1 Pc daily bottled water on coach • Mandatory Tips to Tour Guide and Driver • Travel Insurance w/ Covid-19 coverage • Travel kit and Souvenir • Private group set-up all through-out
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Titlis Cable Car • Grindelwald Cable Car • Seine River Cruise with Dinner • Eiffel Tower
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Arrival Zurich International Airport. Meet and assist with your guide. Start your journey by heading to the heart of Switzerland’s alpine region in Interlaken, just an hour or two away from the capital. After you’ve placed your bags at your accommodation and are ready to head out, you can go over to the first filming location in this itinerary. In the final episode of the drama, Yoon Se-Ri attends a piano recital at a grand looking hotel that almost resembles a castle. Victoria Jungfrau Grand Hotel and Spa was used as the filming location for that scene. Visit the place where the protagonists of Crash Landing On You are brought together annually in the show! Visit a karst cave system with a long walkway where you’ll walk past strange concretions, dark chasms and underground waterfalls, this place has alegend that a 6th century Irish Monk named Beatus ousted a dragon before residing here. You can easily ascend Interlaken’s own mountain of Harder Kulm in a matter of minutes. Board the funicular that’ll bring you to an altitude of 1322m above sea level at the upper station and this is where the journey matters just as much as the destination! Continue your adventure at one of the highest railway lines in Switzerland, the Schynige Platte Railway. This railway takes you to a place where the town of Interlaken will seem tiny, you can see mountains 4000m away and a lovely alpine garden with 650 flowering plants reside. After a long day of adventure, head back to your accommodation for a good night’s rest!
Begin your day with the iconic location where Ri Jeong Hyeok’s beautiful yet haunting piano scene was shot, Lake Brienz! Located in front of a private residence on Harbor Iseltwald, take a trip down to the wooden boardwalk. You can take a cruise on this peaceful lake just like Se-ri did as well, instead of simply wandering around the village. Steamboats have been chugging across this lake since the 1800s and there’s a small armada of 5 vessels from the 20th century if you’re interested to set off to Giessbach to see the plunging Giessbach Waterfall! Next, this hotel was the fictional music school that Ri Jeong Hyeok attended before his military days and where Seo Si Dan visits Ri Jeong Hyeok for the first time since their engagement, but Grandhotel Giessbach has more fun facts that just that. It is served by a funicular dating all the way back to the 1880s as it used to be a historic house from 1874. Your next destination, the Sigriswil Panorama Bridge is not an attraction for the faint-hearted. Suspended above Lake Thun and 180m above Gummi Gorge, this place is the location of the unforgettable scene where Ri Jeong Hyeok and Yoon Se Rihad their first encounter. Head down to the backbone or the core of Interlaken in Hoheweg, a street and promenade that captures the heart of the people living in this small city. The left side has been kept free from construction, allowing it to retain a perfect balance of modern civilisation amidst purely
natural surroundings. Head back to your accommodation for more rest, or take a night stroll in this
picturesque city to seeit in a different light, quite literally!
If you picture a dreamy mountain resort with peaks covered by fluffy clouds, the chances are that Grindelwald looks almost like what you’ve imagined. Your first destination here is also named the First, featuring a cliff walk up in the minor summit on Schwarzhon and the First Flieger (Flyer). Ri Jeong Hyeok and Yoon Se Ri’s tearful reunion was backed by the breathtaking landscapes of the Grindelwald mountains, and it looks nothing less than the way the drama portrayed it. It is also here where you will find the ethereal lake of Bachalpsee. At an altitude of 2,265 metres, the clear reflective waters mirror the spectacular surrounding scenery, framed by its grassy banks and a mountain backdrop. A passageway at an elevation of over 2000 metres above sea level called Kleine Scheidegg was where the two protagonists of the drama watch paragliders fly among the clouds, years before Yoon Se-ri crash-landed in North Korea. End your day of speeding down mountains and gawking at scenery by nursing some of those muscle tensions in your body through a lovely spa!
Lake Lungern in Obwalden was where we saw one of the final scenes in the series, when our hero and heroine were shown together at last in their home in Switzerland. Make your way to the Titlis Cliff Walk next, Europe’s highest suspension bridge mixing thrill and breathtaking scenery together. It’s more than 3000 metres above sea level, and 500 metres off the ground. Take around 150 heart-pounding steps on this cliff walk and be rewarded with a completely new perspective of the summits, and a new set of nerves as strong as steel cables on this bridge. The path to this cliff walk also leads you through a glacier cave in an underground tunnel and stretches towards the Ice Flyer glacier chairlift station, which you can take to bring you back to the ground if your legs become jelly-like after the whole experience. Engelberg Abbey is a benecictine monastery that has influenced the history of the mountain town of Obwalden all the way back from 1120. After an insightful visit to Engelberg Abbey, it’s time for more fun on the tin toboggan ride on the Brunni. Similarto how a slide works, this experience is even more special asit lies on the side of the mountain! When you’re done, head back to your accommodation for a good night’s rest!
Spend a day in Lucerne before heading to Zurich for a continuation of the Crash Landing on You filming sites tour. More than being the most visited museum in all of Switzerland, the Swiss Museum of Transport is more than justa collection and exhibition of vehicles, it’s more of a self-contained world of transport and information you’ll never find displayed elsewhere. Visit the garden of frozen time and the elemental geological power that shaped this place, and learn about the potholes that bear witness to the last ice age and to the fact that Lucerne was once covered entirely by glaciers. Make your way to the Hofkirche next, Lucerne’s medieval Romanesque basilica was burnt down during the Thirty Years War in the 17th century, so while the war was ongoing in the
1630s, the citys’ inhabitants then built a church in the Northern region of the Alps. It’s not a visit to Lucerne without a trip down to the Old town and Chapel Bridge. Potter around the Old Town holding the historic core of Lucerne, and find yourself drawn to the European style buildings of muted colours and brick roofs, or the sequence of squares linked by cobblestone pedestrians. The final stop for the day lies at the chapel bridge in the old town. Running diagonally for 200m, this is the world’s oldest surviving truss bridge and an emblem representing Lucerne.
You may have seen the Munsterbrucke in passing when a number of iconic Swiss attractions were featured, during the episode where Seo Dan visits Ri Jeong Hyeok for the first time. Yoon Se Ri also stands idly on this bridge in the first teaser of the series. Munsterbrucke is a pedestrian and road bridge opened in the early 1800s that connects the Fraumunster Cathedral and the Grossmunster Cathedral, located at two opposite ends of the river. While you explore this bridge and maybe re-enact the scenes, be sure to stop by the Old Town (Altstadt), Zurich’s District 1, for an introduction to Zurich’s architecture and culture before you continue onto the final filming destination of Crash landing on you in all of Switzerland!Last but not least, we see Lindenhof in one of Yoon Se-Ri’s failed attempts to find Ri Jeong Hyeok in Switzerland and mistakes a pianist for him. A leafy tree-lined park in Zurich serving as an oasis in the heart of the city, this is the perfect place to switch off, wind down and bask in the views of the old town and distant mountains.The grand Neoclassical Zurich Opera House at Sechseldutenplatz showcases how prolific architects of the past were, and it continues to garner respect and acclaim after earning the prize for Best Opera Company at the International Opera Awards. The gardens at the University of Zurich Botanical Gardens provide 8000 species worth of indoor and outdoor displays at no cost at all. From dome-shaped greenhouses dating back to the 1970s to outdoor arboretum that make it identifiable, the Mediterranean garden and historically themed gardens provide a literal breath of fresh air. Enjoy some Jazz music and unwind before you go to bed at the Jazz CLub Moods im Schiffbau. They guarantee you some first-class, high quality music and have been publicly acclaimed as one of the best places to enjoy the chill vibes at the end of along day.
Say hello to Day 8 at the FIFA World Football Museum inthe Enge quarter. Newly opened in 2016, this museum is ahaven especially for dedicated football fans as it spans across 3 full floors with a mixed-use development and a swish layout. The Dolderbahn at Romerhof in the East of Zurich is your final destination. This strange single train leads you to a recreational area and hotel at one of the higher peaks around Zurich and it’s been here since the 1890s, starting out as a funicular before revamping into a rack railway. Proceed to Troyes in France. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel for check in and resting. Dinner and overnight will be in the hotel.
After your breakfast at hotel, check out then enjoy the scenic drive though Troyes. But first we will have city tour in Troyes; Troyes Cathedral, Basilique Saint Urbain de Troyes will be visit.In the afternoon, head to the City of Lights and Love, Paris! Upon arrival, check-in at hotel. Explore Paris at night on your own to see the famous Eiffel Tower which is adorned with its golden covering and sparkles for 5 minutes every hour on the hour, while its beacon shines over Paris.
This beautiful day, continue your journey and discover the vibrant City of Lights, Paris! Start the day with your local guide to explore the city, see the highlights which includes both banks of the River Seine: The Place de la Concorde, Champs Elysees, Notre Dame Cathedral, Arc du Triomphe, Les Invalides, Louvre Museum, Opera House, the famous Eiffel Tower and experience the River Seine Bateaux Mouche Cruise. Free time in the afternoon to explore the city on your own pace. Perhaps, take the best time for your shopping at the largest Department store in France, the Galleries La Fayette. As the day ends, back to hotel for overnight.
After breakfast, free time for last minute shopping and photo ops until flight time. Transfer to airport and end our wonderful tour.
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