How to Reach Lucerne

The Easiest Way to Reach Lucerne

HOW TO GET TO LUCERNE

By Air: There’s no direct flight to Lucerne. You could land in Zurich and take a train from the airport to Lucerne. The train journey is roughly less than an hour.

By Train: You can enter Lucerne from any Swiss city using their well-connected railway system. If you’re coming from another European destination, you might have to change to a local line once you’re in Switzerland from either Geneva, Berne or Zurich depending on your ticket.

By Boat: Through the Vierwaldstattersee waterway, you can arrive at the port of Lucerne.

HOW GETTING AROUND LUCERNE

By Bus: The city’s only mode of public transportis a bus system, the fare of which can vary from CF 2- CF6 depending on the distance of the ride. Buy your ticket at an automated ticketing machine before you board the bus.

On Foot: Lucerne is best experienced on foot. Most of the city’s major attractions are within walking distance of each other; explore each on foot to make the best of your sightseeing day.

By Taxi: If all else fails, hail a cab to get to where you want to, but be warned that a taxi ride can turn out to be an expensive affair, so it’s not recommended if you’re traveling on a budget.

By Bicycle: Lucerne has a good network of bicycle lanes for anyone looking to see Lucerne on two wheels.

By Boat: A few of the attractions, namely, the Lido Beach and the Swiss Transport Museum are a bit far off and could be reached by boat that leave on the hour from in front of the central railway station.

Modes of Transportation in Lucerne

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Lucerne. The most preferred mode of transport in Lucerne is Walking.

Average distance: 4 km Average time: 30 min

  • Walking 50%
    Walking 30 min Bike 15 min Overall average time for 5 kms 45 min
  • Bike 50%
    Bike 15 min Overall average time for 3 kms 15 min
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