Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodations: Palace Hotel Luzern
Breakfast at the Hotel
Wake up to a tasty breakfast before you board a train to Taesch.
Journey to Andermatt
Get off the train in Taesch and enjoy a motor coach ride through the wide, pastoral Urseren Valley, located at the foot of the Gotthard Pass and flanked by the Aare and Gotthard mountain ranges of the Adula Alps.
Lunch in Andermatt
Stop for lunch in the historic town of Andermatt—the largest village in the valley—with its shingled houses and charming streets. Delight in a delicious meal at a traditional Swiss restaurant.
Journey to Lucerne
Head for Lucerne on beautiful Lake Lucerne, driving through the splendid landscape that boasts a gorgeous mountain panorama—lush meadows in the summer and a pure white carpet of snow in the winter.
Bike Ride around Lake Lucerne
Ride along the trails that weave around Switzerland's fourth-largest lake while admiring the awe-inspiring mountains that surround its startling blue waters.
Check-In at the Palace Hotel Luzern
Take in the view of the lake and the surrounding mountains as your Adventure Guides check you into this historic hotel, located in the heart of Lucerne on the promenade of Lake Lucerne. Wander through the well-appointed rooms with their modern décor influenced by some of the finest artists of the 20th century. Considered one of the leading hotels in the world, this 5-star luxury hotel combines old world tradition with modern convenience and offers amenities including a day spa featuring a sauna, steam room and gym, along with various beauty and relaxation services.
Private Guided Walking Tour of Lucerne
Follow a local guide on a walk through this delightful city surrounded by snowcapped mountains and discover its history. Explore Old Town with its 14th-century walls and spired buildings that seem straight out of a storybook. Explore Kapellbrücke (translates to "Chapel Bridge"), the oldest surviving truss bridge in the world, which crosses the Reuss River and connects Old Town to the Saint Peter Chapel—with an interior displaying the paintings that survived a fire created by the 17th-century local artist Hans Heinrich Wägmann.
On Your Own Dinner in Lucerne
Enjoy the evening at Lake Lucerne, dining at one this area's fine restaurants. Ask you Adventure Guides to recommend the restaurant that best fits your family's tastes and needs.