Place de la Palud and Rue de Bourg

Place de la Palud and Rue de Bourg

Lausanne has the attractions of a metropolis, but without the size.more

Lake Lugano Cruises

Lake Lugano Cruises

A choice of blue for you to immerse yourself in: the heavens or the lake waters! Lake Lugano is the ideal spot to get away from everyday worries,...more

Lake cruise

Lake cruise

The Belle Epoque ships have been sailing on central Europe’s largest...more

Aare

Aare

At 291 km, the Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates...more

Place de la Palud and Rue de Bourg

Lausanne has the attractions of a metropolis, but without the size.

Lausanne has the attractions of a metropolis, but without the size.

Lake Lugano Cruises

A choice of blue for you to immerse yourself in: the heavens or the lake waters! Lake Lugano is the ideal spot to get away from everyday worries, sunbathe under palm trees, take a cruise on the lake, and enjoy hikes through the rugged and romantic landscape.

Come and see the exquisite panorama and discover romantic hideaways. Visit the region's gorgeous parks, museums or let the Ticinese sun warm your mountain excursion or climb. You can choose from 30 different cruises aboard our ships, where you can enjoy a blissful meal or savour famous Vanini pastries. From April 2001, slip into the supreme comfort of our San Gottardo, the latest vessel to join our fleet on Lake Lugano.

Lake cruise

The Belle Epoque ships have been sailing on central Europe’s largest lake for the past 130 years, offering wonderful cruises between France and Switzerland, Geneva and Montreux via Evian and Lausanne.

Aare

At 291 km, the Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates from the Oberaar glacier in the eastern Bernese Alps, flows through lakes Brienz and Thun, passes by the federal capital of Bern, is channelled into Lake Biel, follows the southern foot of the Jura range and finally flows into the Rhine at Koblenz, in north-western Switzerland. Passenger boats operate on the lakes as well as the river section from Biel to Solothurn.

The Aare is the longest wholly Swiss river. It originates from the Oberaar glacier in the eastern Bernese Alps, flows through lakes Brienz and Thun, passes by the federal capital of Bern, is channelled into Lake Biel, follows the southern foot of the Jura range and finally flows into the Rhine at Koblenz, in north-western Switzerland. Passenger boats operate on the lakes as well as the river section from Biel to Solothurn.