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Day trip to Zermatt, Matterhorn and Glacier paradise from Geneva

Why you should go

An unforgettable Alpine tour to the iconic Matterhorn situated in the famous village of Zermatt. Ride the cable car to the glacier paradise.

Zermatt Mattherhorn view Traditional houses Views on Swiss Alps Glacier paradise


Transport en bus Shuttle Täsch Zermatt Driver guide Cable car pour le Glacier paradise Ice Palace Panoramic platform




Embark from Geneva for an unforgettable adventure along the stunning Lake Geneva to the majestic Swiss Alps. Upon arrival in Taesch, be transported to the charming village of Zermatt aboard an electric vehicle, where a breathtaking beauty experience awaits you. Admire the iconic silhouette of the Matterhorn dominating the landscape.
Nestled at 1620 meters above sea level, the picturesque village of Zermatt enchants with its proximity to 38 four-thousand-meter peaks and 14 glaciers, offering a constant fascination to its visitors.
At 3883 meters above sea level, the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise offers a unique sensory experience: breathtaking views, pure mountain air, and glaciers await you. Take the highest cable car in the world to access the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, where a spectacular observation platform, a unique Glacier Palace, and a cinema lounge await you. The journey begins in the comfort of an 8-seat gondola of the Matterhorn Express, traversing varied landscapes, from lush green meadows to impressive moraines sculpted by glaciers.
Once at the top, marvel at the panoramic views of 38 majestic Alpine peaks from the French, Italian, and Swiss Alps, as well as exploring the narrow streets of Zermatt, where traditional wooden and stone houses tell the village's centuries-old story. The old part of Zermatt, including Hinterdorfstrasse, is a treasure trove of architectural gems, with over 30 buildings showcasing the classic style of the early Walser settlers, reflecting the life of farmers from the past.
Explore the narrow streets during free time and admire the traditional houses built with lots of wood and stone. The old part of the village of Zermatt is located on Hinterdorfstrasse and is a true treasure trove of historical buildings. More than 30 buildings feature the classic architectural style of the early Walser settlers, including barns and attics that are up to 500 years old. They represent a piece of history and show how farmers lived in the past.

Product code KTM334
Opening All year round on Wednesday and Sunday
Time 07:15 : Geneva Bus Station (Place Dorcière)
Duration of circuit 13 h
Return point 7h30 pm
Children information Adult: 13 +
Child: 4-12 years old
Infant: 0-3 years old