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  • Location: Zurich, Switzerland
  • Duration:  10 hours (approx.)
While in Switzerland, breathe in the fresh mountain air on this day trip to Lucerne and Engelberg from Zurich. Passing the beautiful natural landscape of the Swiss Alps and Lake Zurich, travel by comfortable coach to Lucerne. Spend the first part of your day in this picturesque Swiss town and tour its highlights such as the Lion Monument, Chapel Bridge and Town Hall. Then, continue to Engelberg, a famous mountain resort where you’ll explore the main sites on your own; tour a traditional Swiss cheese factory; and visit a Baroque-style monastery.

Highlights

  • Day trip from Zurich to Lucerne and Engelberg
  • Discover the picturesque town of Lucerne and visit main sites such as the Lion Monument and Chapel Bridge
  • Admire the picturesque scenery of the Swiss Alps and Lake Lucerne
  • Visit the beautiful mountain resort of Engelberg, located under the north face of Mt Titlis
  • Stop at a traditional Swiss cheese factory and visit a Baroque-style monastery
  • Transport by comfortable, air-conditioned coach

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Visit two idyllic, picture-postcard towns on this full-day excursion from Zurich. See the celebrated Lion of Lucerne and the impressive Benedictine monastery in Engelberg. There's also a chance to pick up some authentic Swiss cheese!

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What You Can Expect

Day Trip to Lucerne and Engelberg from Zurich

Day Trip to Lucerne and Engelberg from Zurich

On this day trip to Lucerne and Engelberg, travel from Zurich by comfortable coach through the scenic Swiss Alps via Albis Pass and along the shores of the Lake Lucerne. Stop first in the charming town of Lucerne and listen as your guide reveals some historical anecdotes about this Swiss town. Enjoy a short guided tour of the beautiful city and visit its main sites such as the Lion Monument, Chapel Bridge, Town Hall and the new Concert and Congress Hall .

Continue on a breathtaking journey up to the mountain resort town of Engelberg. A typical Swiss alpine town in the canton of Obwalden, Engelberg is located in the sunny basin under the north face of Mt Titlis and is one of Switzerland’s leading mountain resorts. Visitors flock here in both summer and winter to take advantage of its natural features and sporting opportunities and to watch the ski jumping world cup at Gross-Titlis-Schanze

Stroll around the village on your own and take the opportunity to tour a traditional Swiss cheese factory located in a monastery. Here, see an impressive collection of regional cheeses and other milk products. Enjoy doing some shopping or trying one of the traditional cheese specialties in the Bistro (own expense).

Next, visit the imposing Baroque-style monastery and learn about how Engelberg was originally founded by the Benedictine monks before re-boarding your coach for the journey back to Zurich.

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2014

The day trip to Lucerne and Engelberg was the best day tour that I ever had. the Tour Guide Robert was very professional and had complete knowledge of the sites that we visited. The views are spectacular, the Swiss landscape has no equal. I highly recommend this tour!

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2014

Absolutely stunning! Lucerne is a gorgeous small town, and I would've loved to have spent a day or two there. We drove into the town centre which made seeing the main sights a lot easier. Engelberg was absolutely amazing as was the breathtaking drive up there. Definitely recommend this tour.

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