Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ honeymoon plans (round two) are out! The couple is jetting off to Switzerland after Christmas and we recommend these hidden gems for them to explore. By Priyanka Chakrabarti
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have been breaking the internet ever since the lover birds tied the knot in Jodhpur, earlier this month. But, ever since then, the power couple have been super busy with work commitments (read: the launch of Bumble).
The newly-married couple jetted off to Oman recently for a mini honeymoon. However, their plans for the second phase of their honeymoon has been revealed! According to a report in Mid-day, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas will go for a romantic Swiss honeymoon after Christmas. It will be a week-long affair, and the trip will have a pit stop at Montreux where the couple will bring in the New Year together at Lake Geneva. If this is not giving you major #HoneymoonGoals, we don’t know what will!
A close friend of Priyanka Chopra has given us some sneak-peak into their travel plans: “PeeCee and Nick will take off for Switzerland by December 28. Their week-long vacation will include a stopover at Montreux; the two have planned to ring in the New Year in the resort town on Lake Geneva.” Soon after Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas return from their honeymoon, the diva will resume shooting for Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pink along with Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim.
#TNLRecommends: 5 Places Priyanka Chopra & Nick Jonas Should Visit In Switzerland!
Swiss Grand Canyon:
Brienz, on the banks of Lake Brienz and to the east of Interlaken, stands the charming Giessbach Falls. It is well-known famous for its woodcarving. This hidden gem is often overlooked by tourists. However, if you want to bask in the astonishing view of the Bernese Alps and Lake Brienz, take a ride on the Brienz Rothorn Bahn, an old steam engine. It’s an experience of a lifetime!
The Glacier Express:
The Glacier Express is a must-experience affair! You will witness some breathtaking views on 7-hour-long journey through some of the most stunning mountain passes Switzerland has to offer. The route covers 170 miles from Zermatt to St. Moritz, crossing around 291 bridges and passing through 91 tunnels. The classic red trains are armed with contemporary dining cars and huge windows to view the amazing landscape.
Zurich’s traffic-free Bahnhoffstrasse is one of the best shopping areas in all of Europe. During Christmas days, the streets are contoured with beautiful lights, while people shop to their hearts’ content. Vendors gather around the streets selling toasted almonds and hot cider, and the aroma of freshly-baked Christmas goodies fills up the senses.
Murren is an alluring and car-free holiday resort located on a sun-kissed terrace up on the Lauterbrunnen valley. Easily accesible from both Interlaken train stations by cogwheel train, it is the main stop on the way to the Schilthorn and Piz Gloria. During summer months, it serves as one of the best bases for hiking expeditions in the Alps and doubles as a ski resort during winters.