Travel in the country is possible under certain circumstances. You will find updated information on the web page of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH).
If you would like to come to Switzerland from abroad to travel in the country, we recommend to check the latest information on entering Switzerland from the Secretary of Migration or on myswitzerland.com.
Please note that in the third year of the pandemic, no special cancellation conditions apply or, in the event of a cancellation, the fees according to the General Terms and Conditions will be charged. An illness caused by Covid-19 or a quarantine associated with it is covered by standard travel insurance.
If, due to changes in official regulations, entry into another country or the provision of services during a trip is not possible, we cannot offer any free cancellation.
We assume that many trips will be booked at very short notice. Please note the information on our homepage about the procedure for short-notice bookings.
In Switzerland, there were bottlenecks in hotel availability in certain regions (Engadin, Jura) in summer 2022. If you decide to travel in these areas, it may be worthwhile not to book the tour too late.
Airlines struggle with fluctuating load factors and a lack of planning certainty. There is a possibility that booked flights will be cancelled or flight times changed at short notice.
We suppose, however, the situation in the skies of Europe should return to normal in the course of 2022 as well.
Switzerlands Federal Office of Public Health is the best adress to get up to date information about the current situation in Switzerland.
To be protected against costs in such cases, we recommend taking out travel insurance. Costs arising from illness or unexpected quarantine by the authorities are covered by this.
Also check with your health insurance company so that you are informed about insured benefits in the event of illness abroad.
Anyways, if we have to cancel your trip due to a lockdown or a quarantine when travelling to Switzerland, we will try to offer an amicable solution.
In Switzerland, the measures and regulations of the FOPH apply. Note that most accommodation in Switzerland now uses 2G and only welcome vaccinated or recovered guests.