Lucerne Travel Information


Mt.Titlis The Mt. Titlis excursion (3062 m above sea level) is open year-round. The TITLIS Rotair, the world’s first revolving cable car, takes visitors up to the summit where they can enjoy activities such as the Titlis Cliff Walk (Europe’s highest suspension bridge), the Ice Flyer Chairlift and Glacier cave. In the summer, at Truebsee, …

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Engelberg The scenic village of Engelberg is a 45-minute train ride from Lucerne, and offers visitors numerous unforgettable experiences. The Benedictine Monastery in the village gives visitors a glimpse into the lives of the monks that still live there. The Monastery’s Show Cheese Factory lets visitors watch cheese being made, as well as participate in …

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Stanserhorn The Stanserhorn excursion offers a beautiful combination of a historical funicular along with the futuristic CabriO Aerial Cableway, a double-decker cableway with an open roof deck. The summit offers fantastic views of the region and many walking trails. The revolving  restaurant“ Rondorama”, at the summit, is a must-visit. Stanserhorn is a stunning mountain located …

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Mt- Pilatus

Mt- Pilatus Lucerne’s home mountain, Mt. Pilatus, is the ideal adventure mountain for the whole family. On the summit, there is a self-service and an a la carte restaurant, as well as two hotels where travellers can spend a night in the heart of the mountains. In the summer, along with amazing views, travellers can …

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The Olympic Museum

The Olympic Museum For sports enthusiasts, Lausanne is home to the famous Olympic Museum, which houses the world’s largest archives of the Olympic Games. The museum pays homage to the Olympics and contains exhibits, audio-visual media and the latest technology chronicling the story of the games and its athletes from antiquity to today. The Olympic …

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