Buergenstock Resort Lake Lucerne
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Buergenstock Resort Lake Lucerne Bürgenstock
Travel Blogs from Bürgenstock
... this modern locomotive has as it descends the
pass. An extremely clean and efficient machine indeed.
Finally we arrive back into the town of Brienz and its going to be a mad
rush over to the pier to catch the 15h40 ferry back to Interlaken. As I am the
youngest on the tour I was given the job of getting over to the pier and holding
back the ship for the rest of the gang.
On arriving at the pier there was one thing I certainly was not expecting
and that ...
On my way now to get vaccine shots for Costa Rica. That was a very easy procedure and not at all as bad as I remember. Well the fact is that I can really feel my arm anymore but at the same time, it reminds me that it is all worth it and with very little time left, the trip is starting to become more and more real. Can't ...
... is here and how the stuff in SF is pretty good but the stuff in Edmonton rather sucks.
This was amusing -
Yup the Swiss are quite conservative. At home, I wouldn't think twice of dragging T into any stores. We passed a lingerie store (like La Senza or Victoria Secrets) in the mall and I spotted pyjamas and wanted to check to see if they would be good for a gift.
I walked in and zeroed in on the ...
Having dropped my brother in Strasbourg and ending up just down the road in Freiburg as a result, we decided we may as well see the place. Although it was fairly late, the lady who checked us in was really nice. I really appreciate it when, if I start the conversation in German, they converse with me in German even though they probably know my native tongue is English. Well, this lady was really good and explained about the whole campsite, ...
... many and varied murals painted on what seems like every other building. A nice short walk on the Museggmauer starts at the Schirmer-Turm, walk up the road near Jazzkantine, open only at daytime. The first day we explored Lucerne itself.Splurged on some swiss chocolates and took a leisurely walk across the beautiful old town. Copy pasting some further info about Lucerne tourism Complete with gable paintings, the covered, medieval ...