A ticket to go up Mt. Titlis costs around 138 Swiss Francs (around 7,000 pesos). Yes, it can get a little expensive in Switzerland. But that being said, Switzerland is one of the most beautiful places on earth—and beauty has a price! At 3,020 metres above sea level, Mt. Titlis is the highest peak in central Switzerland region and a snow paradise that is visually beautiful. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, you can walk through the Titlis Cliff Walk, Europe’s highest elevation suspension bridge. If you’re pretty chill, you can explore the beautiful Glacier Cave for a different kind of Swiss Alps experience. The temperature inside remains -1.5°C the whole year round. The Glacier Cave is a tunnel cored through a part of the Titlis glacier, 20 meters below its surface and 150 meters long. For a complete Swiss Alps experience, you can do snow tubing at the Glacier Park or ride the Ice Flyer (a chair lift that connects the summit to the Titlis Glacier Snow Park). Doing this will cost you an additional 12 Swiss Francs (around 600 pesos). If you want to try skiing, it will cost you an additional 55 Swiss Francs (almost 3,000 pesos).