Switzerland has a long tradition of bringing people together to negotiate agreements, share know-how, celebrate achievements, develop strategies and come up with new innovations.
Every year, Switzerland invests heavily in the meetings sector and offers you some of the finest venues worldwide. Whatever kind of event you are planning, we can show you how Switzerland’s economic stability, environmentally friendly image, spirit of innovation and commitment to quality all work to your advantage. Activities
Thanks to the short distances, your clients can play in the morning in the sun-kissed snow (all year round on one of our glaciers), have lunch during a scenic rail journey on a historic train, enjoy Swiss wine and specialties in stunning surroundings in a vineyard before sailing across an azure blue lake for dinner in a medieval castle.
Five unique and different experiences all in one day, that’s what makes Switzerland one of the most desirable incentive destinations in the world. Accessibility
Exceptionally easy access is another big selling point of this little, landlocked island in the heart of Europe. Switzerland is easy to reach from anywhere in the world thanks to extensive flight connections from its five international airports.
Our cities have some of the world’s shortest airport transfers. In Geneva for example it takes only 6 minutes to get from the airport to the city centre with public transport. If your destination is further afield your journey is part of the experience as you travel past the most stunning scenery in style on a public transport network that is the envy of the world. Where the world meets
Conference organisers and participants not only benefit from this positive image and top infrastructure but also from the spectacular setting and the high quality of life. That is why Switzerland is often host to international congresses and world-famous events. The World Economic Forum in Davos for instance is attended amongst others by 35 heads of state; the International Motor Show in Geneva and the Watch and Jewellery Show BASELWORLD are just a few of the many leading events which use Swiss Cities to host their events and have for many years. We advise you free of charge
The Switzerland Convention & Incentive Bureau, part of Switzerland Tourism, offers assistance in the planning of any type of event with no obligation or cost on your part. We help research destinations and venues, submit quotes and introduce you to key stakeholders of the Swiss MICE industry.
To celebrate 100 years since esteemed British film director Alfred Hitchcock entered the film industry, iconic Alpine hotel, Badrutt’s Palace, where Hitchcock honeymooned in 1926, is launching a dedicated season-long package from the 28 June – 9 September.
Le Grand Bellevue launches a new programme for adrenaline junkies seeking action packed short breaks this summer This summer, Le Grand Bellevue in Gstaad will introduce an exclusive new Adrenaline Fuelled Alps experience for thrill-seekers looking for a whirlwind weekend away. Set to launch in June 2019, the three night programme will be action-packed with mountain pursuits that see guests push themselves to their limits with no expense spared.
Hotel Schweizerhof Bern & THE SPA celebrates 160 years of success in the luxury hotel sector in 2019, with a number of offers and special events.
The hotel’s story began in 1859, when Daniel Vogel merged the Hotel Schweizerhof Bern and the adjoining Zähringerhof in to a single establishment.
Switzerland Tourism officially unveiled its summer campaign to the UK travel market on Wednesday 13 March, with a media launch event at London’s Glaziers Hall.
The tourist board, in partnership with Lake Geneva Region, welcomed more than 40 travel and lifestyle journalists to the London Bridge venue, for an evening of Swiss-inspired food, drink and entertainment to introduce the new summer campaign.
Livio Goetz to be the new Market Manager Australia/New Zealand for Switzerland Tourism (ST). Goetz, the current Head of the Switzerland Convention and Incentive Bureau (SCIB) in London, is switching function and continent and will assume his new position in July.