Aug 18, 2015 - 9:29 AM
If you're interested in Mount Rigi and Titlis, then stay in Lucerne as it's much closer. Both mountains are totally different, see the links.
Both the Interlaken and Lucerne areas have so much to do. You could stay there for weeks and do something new every day. So it's really a matter of what interests you most.
The contrast between Lucerne and Zermatt is quite big, so that could be a reason to choose Lucerne. In Lucerne you'll be able to choose from city activities like museums as well as nature. In Zermatt you'll be amidst the mountains. No cities nearby. If you do pick Lucerne, you can travel to Zermatt via Interlaken (Golden Pass line) to have a glimpse of the Jungfrau region while traveling.
If you only want to be surrounded by snow and winter activities, then Lucerne and Interlaken are not the places to be (but Zermatt is) and you'd better pick a smaller village in the mountains, like Grindelwald or Mürren.
I gave you the link to Zermatt before, so you can find activities there.
What do you mean by "fox ride"?
Last modified on Aug 18, 2015 - 9:32 AM by Arno