There's much to discover in Lucerne, even if you don't have much time. Explore Lucerne on your own or by joining a guided tour:
Sunrise trip from Lucerne to Weggis
Enjoy the early morning hours on the lake. The SGV's commuter boat service sails from Lucerne to Weggis and back Monday to Friday.
Walk from Bahnhofquai over the Seebrücke Bridge to Schwanenplatz. Have breakfast at the Café de Ville while admiring the views over Lucerne bay.
Stroll through the old town quarter of Lucerne or join a guided tour. Discover the historic murals, pretty squares and Lucerne's famous timber Chapel Bridge and Spreuer Bridge.
Visit the Museum of Art Lucerne
It's housed in the amazing KKL Luzern culture and convention centre, an architectural masterpiece designed by Jean Nouvel.
Afterwards, take a walk along the lake.
Combine your visit to Lucerne with a good meal! Whatever the establishment – cosy guest house or chic restaurant – Lucerne’s chefs demonstrate a deep passion for their craft.
Explore the up-and-coming Neustadt quarter with its numerous little shops and boutiques, galleries, bars, clubs and restaurants.
Then take a dip in Lake Lucerne – such as in the Ufschötti park, where the locals like to gather.
End the day with a refreshing drink and lounge music at the Montana Beach Club. If you're really brave, you could spend time relaxing in the whirlpool tub or have a rainforest shower.
The Montana Beach Club is open every day from May onwards, whenever the weather's fine.
Sweet dreams in Lucerne! Wherever you're staying – in the city, by the lake, up a mountain – Lucerne's hotels all impress, whether through their history, architecture, interior design, comfort or hospitality. Sweet dreams are made of this!