Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions no spectators will be allowed at the venue for this years events.
We regret these restrictions and we hope to be back with a full event in 2022!
Lucerne has excellent connections to all the main cities in Switzerland. Direct trains run from every city to Lucerne.
For the journey from Lucerne to the Lake Rotsee we recommend to use the bus. You’ll find the bus timetable in the category ‘by BUS’..
Bus number 19 track F
with direction to Friedental/Kantonsspital until stop ‘Luzern, Rosenberg’
Bus number 18 track F
with direction to Friedental/Kantonsspital until stop ‘Luzern, Jugendherberge’
Bus number 1 track B
with direction to Maihof until stop ‘Luzern, Schlossberg’
Bus number 1 track B
with direction to Maihof until stop ‘Luzern, Maihofmatte-Rotsee’
Bus number 22 track R
with direction to Inwil until stop ‘Ebikon, Falken’
Bus number 23 track S
with direction to Root until stop ‘Ebikon, Falken’
Duration Zurich – Lucerne: approx. 50min.
Take Butzenbüelring until A51. Turn into A4, E41 and A14 until Reusseggstrasse in Ebikon. Leave the motorway at the exit 24-Rotsee and follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel und Sedelstrasse. Turn into Friedentalstrasse.
Duration Bale – Lucerne: approx. 70min.
Take motorway A3 to Bale. After 4km turn into A2 Lucerne. Leave the motorway at the exit 25-Emmen Süd and follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel und Sedelstrasse. Turn into Friedentalstrasse.
Duration Geneva – Lucerne: approx. 2,5 hrs.
Take A1 until Oftringen/Rotkreuz. Turn right into A2 Lucerne. Leave the motorway at the exit 25-Emmen Süd. Follow Reusseggstrasse, Sedel und Sedelstrasse. Turn into Friedentalstrasse.
Cross the Bridge ‘Seebrücke’ and use the middle lane, to turn left on the Löwenstrasse, direction Ebikon. Follow Zürichstrasse and turn into the Vallasterstrasse. At the traffic circle turn into the Friedentalstrasse.
There the parking spaces of the Lucerne hospital (Parkplatz Ost) can be used for a daily fee of CHF 5.00. The Lake Rotsee is accessible by foot in less than 5 minutes. The direction is signalised.
The Swiss Museum of Transport is an exciting and interest-packed place of discovery – full of original contemporary witnesses to transport history. Its proud boast is to be the most visited museum in Switzerland.
Throughout the year, the Lake Lucerne invites you for an unforgettable journey on water. Five magnificently restored, over one hundred year old paddle steamers are the pride of the Lake Lucerne’s fleet.
Lucerne is the capital of watches! Take a look behind the scenes and experience the traditional handcraft at one of the clock stores on Schwanenplatz or the city.