Lake Lucerne, Switzerland
Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Accommodations: Palace Hotel Luzern
Breakfast at the Hotel
Fuel up on a hearty breakfast and get ready for a day of thrilling events ahead.
Excursion to Mount Titlis
For a fun-filled day of activities, ride in the rotating Rotair aerial cable car up to Mount Titlis, Central Switzerland's highest peak at 10,000 feet. And enjoy a spectacular view of valleys, mountains, lakes, forest, ice boulders and glaciers along the way. Once you reach the top, delight in these snow experiences—guided by either Adventure Guides or local guides:
- Glacier Viewing
Get closer to the crevasses of a glacier on the "Ice Flyer" chairlift.
Go sledding down the side of the mountain for a thrilling way to experience the Swiss Alps.
Hike up one of the trails to see the mountain and its environs up close, enjoying the amazing views along the way.
- The Titlis Cliff Walk
Stroll across Titlis Cliff Walk, the highest suspension bridge in Europe at a height of 1,600 feet (487.68 meters) and be awestruck by the astounding views.
- The Glacier Cave
Venture into the very heart of Mount Titlis where ice crystals sparkle on turquoise-blue walls of ice in a cave that lies 65.6 feet (20 meters) below the glacier's surface.
Lunch at the Panorama Restaurant
Take a break in your activities to enjoy a delicious lunch at the Panorama Restaurant. At 1.87 miles (3,020 meters) above sea-level, this stylish restaurant offers panoramic views. Enjoy regional specialties along with pizza and pasta—and a variety of delectable desserts.
More Fun at Mount TitlisContinue your thrilling snow experiences until it's time to travel back down the hill to Engelberg.
Visit a Cheese Factory in Engelberg
Head to a monastery for a tour of a cheese factory. Watch cheese being made by hand and see how milk is transformed into the famous Engelberger Klosterglocke—a mild cheese pressed into the shape of a monastery bell. Discover other regional cheeses, milk products and souvenirs as well.
Private Farewell Dinner at the Old Swiss House in Lucerne
Be greeted on the deck of this landmark restaurant by 3 Swiss Alpen Horn Players playing traditional Swiss music—and then be served by wait staff wearing traditional Lucerne garb! The Old Swiss House has a half-timbered façade that dates back to 1859 and décor from the 17th century, stained-glass windows from the 16th century and original oil paintings by famous artists. Dine in a private area of this renowned restaurant that boasts a selection of gourmet menu items including the authentic Alpine specialty Wienerschnitzel. Then share some of your unforgettable memories before you bid your fellow Adventurers a fond farewell.