Home to one of the most thriving economies in the world, alongside incredible snowy mountain vistas, Switzerland is a surprisingly popular destination for parcels coming from the UK.
From dropping off packages in the historic capital of Bern to delivering parcels across the Alps and into Italy, your Evri courier will make sure your parcel arrives safely and quickly.
No matter where in Europe you need to send your packages, you’re sure to get a reliable service at a great price with Evri, including when you need to send a parcel to Switzerland. Provided your parcel weighs 15kg or less, our Couriers will be able to handle your delivery. We also price our parcels per 250g, meaning you’ll never pay more than necessary to send your parcels abroad, so long as you enter your parcel’s exact weight. Take a look at our pricing table below to see how much it might cost you to send a parcel to Switzerland:
|Parcel size||Prices from|
|Parcel size 250g||Prices from £8.71|
|Parcel size 500kg||Prices from £9.55|
|Parcel size 1kg||Prices from £11.05|
|Parcel size 2kg||Prices from £13.28|
|Parcel size 5kg+||Prices from £21.98|
While our international Couriers will always aim to get your parcel to its destination on time, delivery times may be increased if your parcel arrives in Switzerland on any of the following public holidays:
It’s also important to be aware that many of Switzerland’s various states have their own regional holidays as well, meaning your parcel could take slightly longer to deliver if it arrives on any of those days.
Need to send multiple parcels to Switzerland in one go? With our Bulk Integration tool, you can quickly pull your orders together in one place and send them on their way at the same time:
It doesn’t matter where your parcels are headed, when you send with Evri internationally, you get access to all of the following benefits:
You can send all manner of items across the world with our Evri Couriers, but there are some exceptions to this. You can find a full breakdown of what you can and can’t send to Switzerland on our prohibited items list, so be sure to check this before you send anything you’re unsure about.
On top of this, we recommend familiarising yourself with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and UK Civil Aviation Authority guides, to keep up to date with the latest restrictions for sending parcels to Switzerland via airlines.
When sending a parcel to Switzerland, you’ll need to format your package’s address in the following way:
Mr J. Bloggs
East Street, 38
But don’t worry, so long as you enter the right address information at checkout, we’ll make sure it’s formatted correctly when you print your label.