Holidays to Lucerne
An ancient town by the banks of a huge lake that shares its name, Lucerne is one of Europe's most famous Alpine gems. Nestled in the mountains, it has a few tiny beaches with incredible views and an exceptionally well preserved old town. Its wooden bridge and tight little streets make it perfect for romantic weekends, city breaks, or a winter ski trips with the family - even if the price tag can be on the steeper side.
Lucerne Lido and beach
This famous Swiss resort has a 300m grass lido and small beach, backed by hotels, that looks out on stunning mountains.
A small park and open air pool, with its own mini beach, it's great for sports and sunbathing on the beachside grass.
The Chapel Bridge
The city's picture postcard symbol, the oldest wooden bridge in Europe, is actually a reconstruction after a 1993 fire.
The Glacier Garden
A small museum to the city's geological history it also contains gardens and, for some reason, a hall of mirrors.
Climb Mount Pilatus
The 2,128 m summit is haunted by legends of dragons but it's still a haven for hikers and winter sports enthusiasts.
Lake Lucerne boat trips
A fleet of 5 old steam boats let you take in the views of the lake at a gentle pace, from outdoor and internal decks.
A rich, long filled loaf that's tacked with pears and brandy, walnuts and figs - best served with a little butter.
A veal and mushroom stew that's served in a puff pastry case, it's a local hearty antidote to the depths of winter.
The White Sheep & The Black Sheep
These 2 bars under the same roof are aimed at young professionals who appreciate its huge collection of cocktails.
Louis Bar and Hemingway Rum Lounge
A bar named after Hemingway understandably gives you an Art Deco setting, a huge collection of whiskeys and jazz acts.
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