The city of Lucerne and its surroundings offer a great variety of cultural events. We have listed the most interesting - so that you will never forget your stay in our hotel.
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Sights in the City of Lucerne
The City of Lucerne offers a lot more culture than just the world-famous Chapel Bridge, which was built in 1333.
Lucerne has a few very exclusive museums, some of which cannot be found any where else in the world. For example, the Richard Wagner Museum, where the world-famous composer used to live. Or the Bourbaki Panorama, which houses the largest round panoramic painting in the world.
Excursions / Mountains
The nearby mountains and the magical Lake Lucerne are the favourite destinations for our guests' excursions. It comes as no surprise that thousands of guests in Lucerne visit Mt Titlis every year to enjoy the unique view - also in summer!
We gladly reserve for you an outdoor tennis court at the Tennis Club Lido - 5 walking minutes from the hotel. The tennis court is free of charge. For reservations please contact our front desk team.
Lucerne has become an insider's tip for entertainment; the number of events can easily compete with those offered in larger cities. In Switzerland, Lucerne is called "New Orleans of Switzerland" because of the numerous blues festivals.