Oct 8, 2017 - 7:15 AM
in reply to Peterli
Hi Peterl -
<<" Also keep in mind that the Migros and Coop grocery stores are closed on Sundays, like most other stores.">>
The exception to the closed on Sunday rules is, to varying degrees, stores catering to travelers needs in main train stations.
The best example (and the first one) is Shopville in Zürich Hauptbahnhof. ( main station). Wide open.
Other stations have tried to follow that example with varying success, because Sunday closings are a strong tradition and mandated by law in Switzerland generally. I am not sure to what degree the station in Luzern has succeeded in allowing stores to be open, but free standing restaurants and the pharmacy (die Apotheke) are open.
Checking the SBB website, I find:
<<"The shopping centre at Lucerne station is open 365 days a year from early morning to late evening, offering a wide range of services and shops in a central location. Here you will find a pharmacy, takeaway outlets and various shops and services">>
And, if Vignesh decides to splurge at a good restaurant, some are closed on Sundays and many are closed on Mondays.