Master of weather. Kingdom of dragons. Home of giants and grave of kings. Mount Pilatus, Lucerne’s local mountain, is one of the most legendary places far and wide. And one of the most beautiful. On clear days it offers a panoramic view of 73 Alpine peaks.
It is also known as “Queen of the Mountains”. Travel to the summit by Europe’s first cogwheel railway (1871) from Vitznau, by another cogwheel railway from Goldau or by panoramic aerial cable car from Weggis. No matter which way you go, you will have an unforgettable experience.
The journey gets off to a nostalgic start with the original old-timer funicular railway (built in 1893) from Stans and continues to the summit with the CabriO aerial cable car.
Located in the high valley of Engelberg in the Lucerne-Lake Lucerne Region, the 3,020-meter-high Mount Titlis never fails to impress guests from around the world. The region also offers a diverse summer and winter programme ranging from sports to recreation.
Lake Lucerne offers enchanting natural beauty. And scheduled cruises are a great way to discover fascinating places and historical sites around its shores.