Mount Titlis and Lucerne Day Tour Including Cable Car Ticket
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Mount Titlis and Lucerne Day Tour Including Cable Car Ticket

1 day
About this activity
Visit the beautiful city of Lucerne, as well as Engelberg and Mount Titlis on this day tour. First explore the cultural and historical sites of Lucerne and absorb the city’s charm. Spend 2 hours in the city, seeing the world famous Chapel Bridge and Water Tower, the Musegg Wall, the Jesuit Church, the Mill Bridge and the Lion Monument.

Then transfer to the resort town of Engelberg to experience the cliff walk on Mount Titlis. Cross what may be the highest suspension bridge in Europe. Over 10,000-feet (3,000-meter) high with a 550-foot (500-meter) drop, these 150 steps are sure to test your nerves.
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  • WiFI (please prereserve, if needed!
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Local taxes
  • Bottled water
  • Driver
  • English Guide in Lucerne (only for the Tour in Lucern)
  • Hotel/port/any other place pickup and drop-off
Not included
  • Lunch
  • English speeking Guide is provided for the Lucern City Tour.
  • No English speeking Guide is needed for the transfer or in Engelberg/Titlis mountain. The beautiful environment, the nature and the mountain speak for themselves!
  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
  • Dress code, please bring a jacket with you
  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
Brian M
2 | 2017-09-17

For price paid, we essentially got a driver for the day. Picked us up at hotel in Basel, then drove us to Lucerne where we teamed up with a local guide. At conclusion of local tour we were driven to Engelberg and pointed to cable car for ride to top. Driver spoke some English, did not understand English very well all questions answered by yes and he added absolutely nothing in terms of commentary along drives. We only learned from tour guide in Lucerne. Train to Lucerne with cog train ride up the alps would have been half the cost.



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