Restaurant : Cable Car (Lucerne) - Lucerne
As you hover high above the glistening Lake Lucerne, a wonderful 3-course meal is served, accompanied by breathtaking views. This is an exciting gastronomic excursion, where a unique atmosphere and a very special setting make for a most memorable evening.
Your expert hostess will serve your starter as you ascend the mountain. After a short break on the panoramic terrace at Rigi Kaltbad, you enjoy your main course and dessert on the way down, with the bonus, if the weather is kind to you, of an amazing, unforgettable sunset. The exclusive culinary experience is rounded off with a fine cherry brandy.
What we offer:
7:50 pm Culinary adventure departs from Weggis (meeting at 7:35 pm)
Dinner in the cable car cabin
Good to know:
Maximum number of participants: 20
The ride will take place in any weather conditions
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- Activity price on requestDinner18.03.20180.01 EUR1 persons
- ReservationsReservationsPricelist valid: From: 01.01.2017 to: 01.01.2019
Per person Min. persons Min stay 01.01. - 01.01. 1. Activity price on request
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- Lucerne is a city in north-central Switzerland, in the German-speaking portion of that country.
Lucerne is the capital of the Canton of Lucerne and the capital of the district of the same name. Wikipedia
Area: 29.04 km²
Weather: 10°C, 79% Humidity
Local time: Monday 11:59 AM
Population: 76,419 (2009) UNdata
Lucerne ranks amongst the world's prettiest cities, and there is so much to see. Contributing to Lucerne's cityscape alongside the world-famous Chapel Bridge and Water Tower are the Musegg Wall, the Jesuit Church, the Mill Bridge, the Lion Monument, the KKL culture and convention centre, and a host of other sites of interest. Lucerne is best discovered on foot – so why not take one of our many guided tours?
PLACES OF INTEREST:-
EXCURSIONS & THINGS TO DO
- Chapel Bridge
- Lion Monument
- Old City Bridge
- City Wall
- Town Hall
- Hof Church
- Railway Station
- Transport museum
- Mt. Pilatus
- Mt. Titlis
- Mt. Rigi
- Boat cruise
- Folklore show
- Toy Train Tour
- Bike Tour
- City Tour
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