Lucerne - Lake Lucerne

Lucerne

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

Luzern

Luzern

Vignes

Vignes

Seebecken Luzern

Seebecken Luzern

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Luzern

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Luzern

Bucher & Schmid Bootswerft AG, Luzern - Blickrichtung Nord

Bucher & Schmid Bootswerft AG, Luzern - Blickrichtung Nord

Kapellbrücke Luzern

Kapellbrücke Luzern

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Zug

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Zug

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Dampfschiff Vierwaldstättersee, Luzern

Dampfschiff Vierwaldstättersee, Luzern

Mount Pilatus Panorama

Mount Pilatus Panorama

Luzern - Die Stadt. Der See. Die Berge.

Luzern - Die Stadt. Der See. Die Berge.

Switzerland is self-contained within Lucerne: the town – the lake – the mountains. Whatever you might expect from a unique town, Lucerne certainly offers a generous diversity. Allow yourself to be transported to times long gone by Lucerne's Old Town, and returned to the present afterward by the gentle onshore breeze on Lake Lucerne. Be it shopping in the Old Town, golf on the Dietschiberg, sailing on the lake or culinary delights on the banks of the River Reuss – Lucerne offers you whatever your heart desires.

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Summer highlights

A chat by the fountain: Water as a source of food, as a safe transport route, water as a means of propulsion or a space for recreation. We follow the lake air, explain what the link is between the city fountains and the Internet platform Facebook and show you how high the Reuss stood at the highest level in a century in 1910. The city which formerly had more bridges than any other in Europe is waiting for you, so dive into the city of Lucerne, the town of the waters.

More information: www.luzern.com

Lunch on the midday sailing: Enjoy your midday break or your business lunch on the lake. Allow yourself to be pampered by the onboard gastronomy during this relaxing cruise on a motor vessel. Timetable: Lucerne boarding 11.45, Lucerne departure 12.00, Lucerne arrival 13.47 hrs. Further stops: Swiss Museum of Transport-Lido, Hertenstein, Weggis, Vitznau.

More information: www.lakelucerne.ch

Plunge into the lakeside pool: The Lucerne outdoor swimming pool dating from ca. 1900 offers seasonal swimming pleasure right in the centre of Lucerne. At the impressive Lucerne National Quay, situated immediately in front of the historic hotel building, guests can refresh themselves by swimming in the clean lake, undertake fitness training as well as relax on the sunroof, or in the shade. Simple gastronomic fare and a bar round off the available attractions. Specific additional services like massage, yoga etc. are also offered.

More information: www.seebad-luzern.ch

Aperitif @ City Beach Sun Set Bar: The City Beach, this year in the Sunset Bar of the Hotel Seeburg, is open with immediate effect from 9:00 hrs onwards. 700 tonnes of the finest quartz sand were distributed across 2,600 m2, but that's not all. You'll also find a swimming and spa pool, three bars with an under-cover lounge area, a beach volleyball court, massage, yoga and a large restaurant. Just like being on holidays.

More information: www.city-beach.ch

Blue Balls Festival by the lake: The Blue Balls has become one of the largest music festivals in German-speaking Switzerland, attracting 100,000 visitors over nine days. The ambience around Lucerne's harbour setting with the Open-Air Pavilion, the Culture and Congress Centre and the club in the Hotel Schweizerhof make it unique. The festival presents a total of 100 shows including blues, jazz, soul, funk, world music, rock and pop concerts, music photography and films of the highest international standard.

More information: www.blueballs.ch


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