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Exotic Honeymoon Destinations In Switzerland

What makes for an ideal honeymoon destination? A place that is blessed with natural beauty or that is heaven for adventure junkies? A place that has snow-capped mountains that make for a romantic setting or valleys that run deep providing mesmerizing views? And what if we tell you that you can get all of this in one place?

Yes! That is what makes Switzerland an amazing destination for honeymooners. Switzerland is blessed with unparalleled natural beauty and stunning landscapes.

Escape into a world where elegant cities and the Swiss Alps come close to knit magic. The country has beautiful destinations which are certain to evoke heaps of romance for the newlyweds. Scroll down and you will find our selection of some of the most exotic honeymoon destinations in Switzerland.

Also See: Switzerland Honeymoon Package starting at Rs 62,999 per person

Top 10 Exotic Honeymoon Destinations in Switzerland 


One of the most gorgeous honeymoon places in Switzerland, Zurich provides ultimate comfort and luxury to the newlyweds. It is the cultural hub and the sky touching mountains makes for a romantic backdrop. Zurich is best known for a flamboyant and energetic nightlife in Switzerland. Undertake sightseeing expedition and visit places like Gross Munster Cathedral, Zoo and Botanical Garden, Swiss National Museum, etc. Go around hand in hand with your partner exploring the inviting cafes and relish on some gourmet food.

Best Months To Visit: June to October


As you take a step forward into knowing each other better, the beautiful Lucerne’s lakeside setting will make it a perfect honeymoon destination. Moreover, the nearby excursion mountains of the Pilatus, Rigi and Stanserhorn add to the beauty and charm of this destination. It makes for the most populous town in Central Switzerland. You and your partner can spend time romancing in Switzerland by visiting the Chapel Bridge, Glacier garden and the old beach of Lucerne, which are few of the must-visit places for honeymooners.

Best Months To Visit: October to May


Home to magnificent scenic beauties, Interlaken is surrounded by the glacier-fed lakes of Thun and Brienz on either sides. Make your honeymoon more exhilarating by hopping on and taking a train ride on either the Bodeli-bahn traveller train or the Bodeli-Tram. The rail routes are gorgeous and exceptionally stunning.

Rightfully known as the adventure capital of Switzerland, here you and your partner can challenge the daredevil in you with the adrenaline-loaded activities like cannoning, white water rafting and paragliding.

Best Months To Visit: June to August

Also See: Romantic places in Switzerland


While in Geneva, explore the town on foot or rent a bike to venture further. That will help you get a closer look into the quaint town and its small historic lanes. The city sits on the lake’s western shore with mighty snow-capped mountains forming a stunning backdrop on all sides. Tick down all these places of romance in Switzerland on your bucket list and visit Geneva’s lakefront for its famous water fountain, St Peter’s Cathedral, the English Garden’s Flower Clock and the Reformation Wall.

Best Months To Visit: June to August

St. Moritz

St. Moritz is the place that held the Winter Olympics twice. This summarizes that it is most popular for snow sports. Take a ride on the Glacier Express and cable cars that climb to three neighbouring mountain tops. With five Michelin-starred restaurants, St. Moritz is also a gourmet’s delight. It offers to its visitors a rich choice of belly-stuffing selections. If you are planning a trip to Switzerland in February, visit St. Moritz to witness the white turf horse races held here annually.

Best Months To Visit: mid-June through mid-October and December through March


Renowned for skiing, climbing and trekking, Zermatt is among the most popular honeymoon destinations in Switzerland. Zermatt is a honeymooner’s utopia. It is best suitable for adventure junkie couples as this place marks the start point for numerous hikes and treks into the mountains. Zermatt is also renowned for eco-tourism as only battery operated cars are allowed in the vicinity of the city, making it more green and sustainable.

Best Months To Visit: April to June

Also See: Top things to do in Zermatt


Bern is most popular for its flawless streets, arcades and fountains. It is the hotspot for the wealth of culture, entertainment and leisure. This capital city has numerous lovely spots that make for best sightseeing places in Switzerland. Alongside your partner, visit the famous Clock tower, indulge in a rafting experience, stroll in the alleys of the old town of Bern or spend some time at the Bear Park. It also boasts of having the longest weather-sheltered shopping boulevards.

Best Months To Visit: April to September


Bordered by mountain peaks of Lugano Prealps, Lugano lets you behold the sights of the blossoming camellias in the gardens and stroll in the middle of the abundant buildings adorned in the Italian style. Lugano as a honeymoon destination is quiet mesmerising. You along with your beloved can visit the exotic monuments, ride a cable car to Monte San Salvatore, peep down from high peaks and visit exclusive museums and beautiful lakes. Soak up in the vibrant atmosphere of this international honeymoon destination.

Best Months To Visit: March and April


If you are looking for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with your beloved partner, look no further. Mount Titlis is a 3,200-metre peak and you can walk through the glacier at its summit. Furthermore, you can walk across Europe’s highest suspension bridge and let the breathtaking views sink in. There is also a glacier cave that will teleport you to prehistoric times. If you are a veteran skier then you can find the most challenging runs in Engelberg too. It is also home to a massive cheese factory where you can taste and learn about cheese making processes.

Best Months To Visit: August and September


Lausanne is an amalgamation of a vibrant commercial town and a locality of a vacation resorts. Since it is the Olympic capital of Switzerland, you and your better half must visit the Olympic museum which is the world’s biggest information centre with regards to the Olympic Games. It is also a place of romance for every newlywed couple who visits. It offers scenery and luxury like you will not find anywhere else. Also, the Musee de l’Art brut is among other beautiful places you must visit in Switzerland. It houses a worldwide assortment of works of art created by prisons and outsiders in psychiatric clinics.

Best Months To Visit: September to November and March to May

Don’t these beautiful destinations make Switzerland look like a place straight out of coffee-table books? Blanketed in beauty and simplicity, these exquisite honeymoon destinations in Switzerland are sure to leave you and your beloved enthralled.

Moreover, with iTraveller, one of India’s leading tour operating company, you can be rest assured to find best honeymoon tour packages for Switzerland at competitive rates. Leave it to our travel experts to help you with the most romantic honeymoon in Switzerland.

Further read: Top things to do in Grindelwald

About Namita Salgiya

Lost in the world of balance sheets as a Chartered Accountant, Namita soon realised that she is not a number person. She always wanted to do something creative in life. She left her corporate job for the passion of writing and took it up as a profession. A freelance writer and editor now, she offers creative blogs and SEO writing services in various niches and sectors. Her love for writing has bagged her with a rich portfolio of working with 200+ international and national clients. She is a writer by choice, a workaholic by attitude and a perfectionist by nature. She is a happy soul and loves everything about life. She believes that ‘writing is the painting of her voice’

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