Duration: 2 hours Overview: Join us for a walk around Lucerne! In the Middle Ages, Lucerne was a city of bridges. The Hof Bridge, constructed around 1250 (demolished 1834), and the Chapel Bridge, built around 1300, formed part of the city fortifications. The Spreuer Bridge served to connect the lower parts of the city. Nowadays the less attractive Reuss Bridge is the oldest river crossing, contributing considerably to the city's development. It was not until the 19th and 20th centuries that five more bridges were added. However, Lucerne is also a city of palaces, churches and squares. You will learn some funny, interesting and true facts about Lucerne's history.
Overview: This tour to the highest viewpoint in Central Switzerland includes a trip on the Rotair gondola. Board a deluxe motor coach to the mountain resort of Engelberg, where you will get onto the aerial cableway for a 45 minute journey from the green valley bottom to the high alpine glacier region at 3020 m / 10000 ft. Enjoy a magnificent ride in the world's first ever revolving 'ROTAIR' gondola, which offers a 360 panoramic view. Also visit the Ice Grotto and experience the new 'Ice Flyer', a chair lift ride over the glacier with fantastic views of crevasses and ice falls and enjoy a snow slide on the 'Fun lift' (included in the tour).
The Titlis Cliff Walk: Get your thrills and walk along the cliff on Mount Titlis. Europe's highest glacier suspension bridge is the ultimate highlight of the Swiss Alps. Enjoy a unique experience at a height of 10,000 feet. Not to miss.
Overview: If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be a stuntman, then the BagJump Tower on Trübsee could make your dreams come true. Take a leap of faith and jump 3, 4 or 6 metres from the BagJump Tower onto the airbag below. The trendy new sport of "BagJump" is the new rage and you can try it out first hand at Trübsee middle station. All you need is a little courage. The TITLIS Adventure Park guides will be happy to help you with your first few jumps.
Overview: Switzerland's first ever summer curling rink has opened on the terrace of Trübsee Alpine Lodge. The summer curling rink on the terrace of Trübsee Alpine Lodge is 15 metres long and 3-5 metres wide. The curling sheet is made of plastic. A 60 mm high barrier prevents curling stones from sliding out of the rink. Two teams take it in turns to play with four stones each and you can play as many games as you like.
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