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Heidiland and Liechtenstein Tour from Zurich: Two Countries in One Day


Immerse yourself in a world of mountains and valleys, alpine lakes and meadows, waterfalls, gorges, caves and fascinating scenic reserves on a guided coach tour to Heidiland. Your full day tour includes a city tour of Zurich, Rapperswil’s Old Town, the Toggenberg region and Liechtenstein Principality.

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