Luzern: Self-guided Trip to Mt. Rigi with Lake Cruise

Luzern: Self-guided Trip to Mt. Rigi with Lake Cruise

From US$ 187.94 per person

Travel from Luzern to Mt. Rigi with this self-guided tour. Head to central Switzerland on a roundtrip journey that includes a lake cruise and cogwheel train.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Cruise over lake Lucerne
  • Ride the steep cogwheel train to Mt. Rigi
  • Marvel at views of the snow-capped Swiss Alps
Full description

Visit Mount Rigi, the Queen of Mountains, on this roundtrip loop from Luzern. Ride on the classic route that includes a boat cruise on lake Lucerne, a cogwheel train to Rigi Kulm, and a train to Lucerne.

See Mount Rigi, the lake-surrounded massif of the Swiss Alps. Get detailed travel instructions, a travel booklet, and all necessary personalized tickets by e-mail. Use the included schedules to adjust your tour to your needs.

Enjoy taking this classic route at your own pace. Take in stunning views of different landscapes on each leg of the trip.

Includes
  • All taxes, fees, and handling charges
  • Travel booklet with detailed description your tour
  • Travel booklet with all the schedules
  • Travel ticket which is valid for the entire journey (train, cogwheel train, boat)
  • Emergency contact information for Swiss Travel Guide
    Covid-19 precautions
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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    Meeting point

    The round trip starts with a train ride to Arth-Goldau. Your tour starts at the train station in Luzern.

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    What to bring

    • Passport or ID card, copy accepted
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