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  • Location is walking distance from ferry and train station as well as city centre and beaches. Staff are friendly and helpful. All facilities are spacious and clean. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Great hostel close to city and swimming beach. Friendly staff.

  • The hotel is by the lake with a nice terrace. The hotel had a small own beach, it was nice to go swimming there.

  • The place is great. Located in 10 minute walk from Railway station at lake shore. A nice park is right at the hostel. A public beach is in 5 minute walk. Rooms are spacious and well equipped. Beds are comfortable. A balcony is nice and has chairs and a table.

  • The lake view was exceptional, the pool and beach were also nice.

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Things to Do in Lucerne

Lake Lucerne
Lake Lucerne is so beautiful that whatever angle you’re looking at it from, it's hard to know where to start. We suggest you check out the whole thing! Start with a boat cruise before heading up the mountain on a cogwheel railway to admire the endless views. Finish the day with a drink at a lakefront bar while enjoying the panoramic views from solid ground.
Chapel Bridge
Chapel Bridge technically doesn’t span a lake, but it's right next to Lake Lucerne. It actually runs diagonally across the River Reuss, right in the heart of the town. As soon as you set foot on it, you'll be charmed by this beautiful, almost 1,000-year-old wooden bridge, lined with colorful flower boxes. It's the perfect photogenic spot for all visitors!
Old Town of Lucerne
There’s no better way to really explore Lucerne than going on a guided tour of its Old Town. Start off with a walk across the 1,000-year-old Chapel Bridge, looking out on the calm water, before setting off down the cozy pedestrian streets. Highlights include the Renaissance Old Town Hall, and colorful, historic facades that have plenty of medieval charm.
Grand Casino Lucerne
In to win? Place your bets in the Neo-Baroque-style Grand Casino, which is situated right on the banks of Lake Luzern. Try your hand at black jack, poker, baccarat and roulette – or just head to the slot machines! There’s also an on-site restaurant and bar with a lakeside terrace. There’s an enforced dress code of no flip-flops, hats or jackets, so dress to impress.
Haldenstrasse 6 asked travelers...

Describe the best way to discover the lakes in Lucerne.

By boat trip. if you are 3 days in Luzern, make sure you book a 2+1 day in your hotel so you could get a free Tele Pass that usually costs you CHF100! Remember, 2+1 day, not 3 days otherwise you have to book another night. Ow, and that Tele Pass, could take you anywhere with any transportation even scenic route train. It really is a lifesaver.
Take the boat everywhere! It's cheap and easy to get around and see things from a different point of view. At Christmastime they're all covered in Christmas lights so it's wonderful at night!
by taking a1 hour or 2 hour tour on the boat (visit boat station near the main train station and buy tickets)
The 3-hour round-trip boat tour of Lake Luzern was beautiful and informative.
The Lake Luzern is very nice you should get in the boat and enjoy the view.
Take one of the cruise boats that are available.
boat cruise

Lucerne Highlights

Although windsurfing and kayaking are still as popular as ever, the latest sport to hit Lake Luzern’s shores is stand-up paddling, combining a great sport with stunning views.