You will simply love Lucerne Lido. The 300-metre sandy beach offers breathtaking views of the Pilatus, Bürgenstock and Stanserhorn mountains as well as the city of Lucerne itself. Lucerne’s oldest and biggest lido was used as a bathing resort even before it was opened in 1929.
Relax on ample, shady lawn areas – only a pathway separates you from the sandy beach. There are lots of quiet spots to chill out within the lido facility.
When the lake is cool, you can switch to the heated 25-metre pool. The fountain, waterfall and paddling pool are superb fun – not just for the little ones. And there’s a generously sized children’s playground, too. Enjoy exciting games on the six beach volleyball pitches.
The Lido Restaurant provides a wide range of culinary delights for guests. You can also book it for private events.
To reach Lucerne Lido by public transport from Lucerne station, take bus no. 6, 8 or 24 as far as “Verkehrshaus - Würzenbach” or take the S3 train and VAE (stop: “Verkehrshaus”). Lucerne Lido is directly adjacent to the Swiss Museum of Transport (“Verkehrshaus der Schweiz”). If you are arriving in a motor vehicle or by bicycle, follow the signs to “Verkehrshaus”.