Music & Concert Tour To Lake Geneva
An organised group music tour to Lake Geneva will be truly inspired by the stunning alpine views reflected in the lake. We have the perfect Lake Garda itinerary with music venues and excursions for young musicians!
Performance at Montreux Jazz Festival
Cheese and chocolate tasting
Chilling cable car ascent to the Aiguille du Midi
Performance in picturesque Yvoire
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
Geneva is one of the most international cities in the world with a tradition of international movements such as the United Nations which can be visited. Groups can wander around the old town, stroll along the lakeside, visit the clock museum or enjoy a boat trip on the lake.
Chamonix lies at the foot of Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps. The town was the first to embrace winter and summer Alpine tourism and has been a popular destination since the 19th century and a gateway to explore the Mer de Glace glacier and the Aiguille du Midi. The Leisure Park is popular with groups.
Running from Chamonix to an altitude of 2000 metres. The railway line with its famous red train is just over 3 miles long and takes 20 minutes to reach its destination half way up the spectacular Mer de Glace glacier. From the top of the railway it’s possible to take a cable car to visit the Ice Caves (seasonal opening).
Starting in Chamonix this fantastic cable car ride takes 20 minutes to reach an altitude of 3,842 metres up the Aiguille du Midi. The views are stunning and perfect for studying the geographical features of the Mont Blanc region. Recent additions include a walkway around the central peak, a covered terrace at the summit and a new Skywalk.
Known as the “pearl of Lake Geneva”, Evian is a spa town famous for its water. You can visit the lakeside gardens, see the grand buildings built in the Nineteenth Century, take the funicular to enjoy the view over the lake, or take to the water with a boat ride to nearby Thonon-les-Bains.
The main waterpark in the area provides a full day of fun and relaxation with water-based attractions both outdoors and indoors: lazy river, splash lagoon, a beach area, a 15-meter-freefall slide, a pitch-black toboggan.
This picturesque village is famous for its cheese and you can visit a local cheese factory to witness the preparation process. Do not miss the many medieval buildings including the Castle, the fountain and the ramparts.
The town lies in a sheltered bay on Lake Geneva against the stunning backdrop of the Swiss Alps. Thanks to its mild climate, reminiscent of Mediterranean resorts, it has attracted many celebrities. Walk past the many Belle Epoque buildings, stroll along the beautiful lakeside promenade or enjoy a visit to the Château de Chillon built on a promontory jutting out into the lake itself.
No trip to Switzerland would be complete without a visit to a chocolate maker. Situated in the small village of Broc, the Maison Cailler allows visitors to witness the various stages of chocolate production from the cocoa bean to the finished product. A tasting is included in the visit.
Witness first-hand the spectacular power of erosion with a visit of the Gorges. Specially created paths allow visitors to experience the site in safety.
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