Journals Lucerne

Crystal lakes and snowy mountain country....

Created by Red Mezz on November 17, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

A little apart from the standard atmosphere of Europe, this is a place to enjoy, with timeless scenery and lots to do.

Classic, quaint Lucerne

Created by nitatravels on October 7, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

Lucerne, or Luzern, as the Swiss say, is a wonderful, pedestrian-friendly city just an hour by train from Zurich. Whether your tastes run to museums, (the Picasso), adventure (excursion to Mt. Pilatus), history (the Dying Lion monument and the bridges) or simply the cafe scene, Lucerne is sure to please. If you're looking for classic Switzerland, a sense of history, great shopping, restaurants, and mountain excursions, look no further than Lucerne!

Wordsworth's Lucerne

Created by Gaires2359 on July 27, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Although lacking the cosmopolitan air of Zurich, Geneva or Bern, Lucerne nevertheless is one of the most delightful cities. Small enough that you can take a walking tour easily but large in its offerings of excellent hotels, restaurants, shops and sights, made more attractive by a magnificent setting.

Lovely Lucerne

Created by kimca on March 12, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
1 Story

Lucerne is what you always imagined Switzerland to be. With its cobblestone streets, covered bridges and backdrop of majestic mountains, it is a true beauty. We enjoyed our stay in Lucerne-it was our favorite of the Swiss cities we visited.

Lake Lucerne

Created by travel2000 on October 29, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
1 Story

Surrounded by the peaks of the Alps, Lucerne is a picturesque town with a beautiful lake. The water is so clear and the air brisk. Old bridges zig zag and the old and the new collide in the realm of architecture.



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Cheap but Tasty Dining in Lucerne

Created by Mozarta on September 9, 2007

1 Review

While staying at the B&B, we found within a short walk, a Vietnamese restaurant behind Hotel Astoria. The food was tasty, plenty of it and very cheap. We shared a dish for about $14 which came to only $7 each...

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Switzerland

Created by paigey121 on August 24, 2007

1 Review

Stopover in Lucerne.

My Explorica Tour

Created by ehuckins on July 9, 2007

1 Review

I work for Explorica, a company the specializes in Educational Travel. I went on their 10-day tour to Germany, Italy, and Switzerland.

One Day in Lucerne

Created by Sasha Johnson on March 9, 2007

2 Reviews

While staying with my friend Karen in canton Aarau, we decided to drive down to Lucerne for the day. With nothing much in mind, we strolled through streets, played chess by the swans, and enjoyed people-watching along the Reuss.

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Ristorante La Terrazza

Created by callmechia on February 22, 2007

1 Review

Good pick for Italian, New Year's Day or anytime!

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