May 6, 2015 - 4:01 PM
in reply to macankur
You may find it worthwhile to spend significant time in Lucerne. It is a very nice city for sightseeing.
My 8 year old granddaughter was fascinated by the Lion of Lucerne, and enjoyed the Bourbaki Panorama.
Depending on your available time, a ride on the lake boats is enjoyable, and might be appreciated by the 5 year old, too. The boat schedules are in the timetable that was referred to by Arno.
There are several different boat routes., and they can be confusing, so i would have map in front of me as I study them, if you are considering that option. They intersect rail and bus routes at various points.
That map can show timetable connections if you open "Railway" under the traffic menu and mouse over the station symbol at a town
Some routes stay in the northern part of the lake, others start at the southern end (Flüelen) and go all the way to Lucerne. I like that one, although it takes about 4 hours and is longer than the others. I take the train from Lucerne to Flüelen, walk a few feet and catch the boat. Food on board. Rail Pass covers the boat fares.
Last modified on May 6, 2015 - 6:06 PM by Slowpoke