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The Lake.

Five paddle steamers, twelve motor vessels, a panoramic yacht, the new Diamant motor vessel and the new Bürgenstock shuttle take visitors around Lake Lucerne throughout the year and in all weathers. All services offer excellent connections with the surrounding mountain railways and cableways.

Navigation on Lake Lucerne

A boat trip that’s fun as well as beautiful. Enjoy the fresh lake air on an outing on Lake Lucerne. You’ll be fascinated by the scenery, the attractions of inland navigation and the historical places dotted along the shoreline.


Seebad Lucerne

The Seebad offers seasonal swimming in the heart of Lucerne. In summer you can swim until 8 p.m. then watch the sun go down from the restaurant or bar.


Lake Rot – Lake Lucerne’s little brother

Discover Lake Rot on a walk or run around its shoreline. You can also shorten your outing by taking the ferry.


Ufschötti park

Ufschötti park is the place to go in Lucerne if you want to swim for free.


The Reusszopf – the oasis on Seetalplatz

The confluence of the Reuss and Kleine Emme, the Reusszopf, lies within the Luzern Nord recreational area. Here you can sit by the river, play football or boules, take a dip in the water or enjoy a chilled drink or a meal at the Nordpol summer bar.


Explore the lake by pedalo

The SNG’s pedalos offer a great way to relax and spend leisurely moments on the water.


A special experience: diving trips in a submarine

Dive into the mystical underwater darkness; glide weightlessly through exciting underwater worlds and experience unique thrills


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