- Trevor Noah and Roger Federer take the "ride of a lifetime" in a new film showcasing Switzerland's stunning mountainous terrain.
- The comedian and retired pro tennis player teamed up with Switzerland Tourism for a new campaign that hopes to inspire travellers worldwide to visit the European country.
- In a 3-minute-45-second film Noah and Federer travel by train throughout the majestic landscapes of Switzerland, but not without a few challenges.
Trevor Noah and Rodger Federer took "the ride of a lifetime" in Switzerland and were followed by a film crew to capture it all.
The comedian and retired pro tennis player – both half-South African, half-Swiss – teamed up with Switzerland Tourism for a new campaign that hopes to inspire travellers from around the world to visit the European country.
The world's leading privately-owned tour portfolio, TTC Tour Brands, is an official partner.
In a 3-minute-45-second film, Noah and Federer travel by train throughout the majestic landscapes of Switzerland, but not without a few challenges.
While preparing for the shoot, the pair get on the wrong train and find themselves having to provide or pay for a ticket. With no ticket or money, Noah tries to use his star power by telling the official he is a "professional comedian worldwide".
Thankfully the pair are saved by a friendly elderly lady who is apparently, "a big fan" of Noah's.
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According to a press release, "the comedic angle is juxtaposed by TTC Tour Brands making a call to arms to travellers to not get lost like Roger and Trevor, but to instead make the right choice and choose one of the leading global travel experts."
"This is one of the best trips I've ever taken," Noah ends up telling Federer. "I almost wish we could do it again."