Visit the staggering Mount Pilatus while on holiday in Lucerne and enjoy stunning vistas from the top of the city's landmark mountain.
Standing 2,132 metres above sea level, Mount Pilatus is a permanent part of the backdrop in Lucerne and a popular tourist attraction for visitors. In addition to the picture-perfect views, the summit of Mount Pilatus has bars and restaurants serving up traditional Swiss delights and piping hot drinks to warm visitors from the inside out.
Explore Mount Pilatus
Perfect for an afternoon adventure in Lucerne, Mount Pilatus has great options for travellers of all ages.
Boasting the world's steepest cogwheel railway, visitors can take a gentle ride to the summit on the Pilatus Railway from May to November - leaving from Alpnachstad and terminating on top of Mount Pilatus.
During the summer months, visitors can also take the popular 'Golden Round Trip', enjoying a magnificent boat ride across Lake Lucerne to the Pilatus Railway.
Operating year-round, visitors can also make the summit trek using the aerial cableways and panoramic gondolas. Each provides dozens of photo opportunities on its way up Mount Pilatus.
Visit Mount Pilatus from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lucerne
Easy to reach by public transport, Mount Pilatus is an ideal destination for a day of sightseeing.
This hotel in Lucerne is ideally situated on the banks of Lake Lucerne and close to public transport links that can get guests to and from Mount Pilatus without hassle.
Enjoy an afternoon on top of Mount Pilatus and then return to base camp at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lucerne for an indulgent meal in the hotel restaurant or a relaxing evening in your hotel room.