· Zurich 3hrs 30 mins, Geneva 4hrs
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So what's it like?
The majestic Matterhorn dominates this attractive town and gives Zermatt one of the most impressive resort locations in the world. Wooden Valaisan farmhouses, narrow streets decked with colourful flowers, the traffic free centre and horse drawn carriages add to Zermatt's rustic feel and charm. Zermatt's cable cars and mountain railways will whisk you up to unsurpassed mountain vistas and numerous walking trails.
Why not get the best out of Zermatt with the Matterhorn Discovery Package? Explore what the best known mountains in the world with the Discovery Package which includes excursions to Gornergrat railway, Europe's highest cable car, Schwarzsee Paradise and Rothorne Paradise. Discovery Packages are available for summer 2014 departure dates only - Must book before 30 April 2014.
Unlimited trips on the 4 main lifts in Zermatt (Matterhorn Glacier Paradise (inc. ice palace), Schwarzsee Paradise, Rothorn Paradise and Gornergrat). The peak pass gives you the freedom to explore the hiking trails at your leisure.
Adult 3 day pass £105 6 day pass £147 4 in 6 day pass £131
Once in Zermatt there is so much to see and do, it's unlikely you will want to venture down the valley. Zermatt has an excellent network of cable cars and mountain railways. The Peak Pass is great for walkers and those who want unlimited access to Zermatt's lift system.
Fly to either Geneva or Zurich and enjoy beautiful landscapes to get to your end destination, Zermatt. From Geneva you travel through the Lavaux vineyards on the side of lake Geneva. From Zurich, if time permits, why not stop off in Berne and explore this UNESCO World Heritage city. From the town of Visp you'll change onto the mountain railway and enjoy plunging valleys and waterfalls as the train climbs its way up to Zermatt.
· Charming traffic-free village full of chalets decked with flowers · Magnificent mountain views and walking opportunities