Train Station Overview

The Lucerne Train Station is located on the shore of Lake Lucerne and is one of the most prominent railway stations in Switzerland. The old station, which was built in 1856, was changed in 1896 to the new building. It is a significant center of the Swiss railway network, since both domestic and international trains, like Germany and France, are connected to the station.

A crucial stop to consider in your Switzerland trip package, the Lucerne Train Station combines historical significance with modern connectivity, offering a gateway to explore the beauty of Switzerland and beyond.

Regulated by the Swiss national railway company (SBB-CFF-FFS), the station located in Lucerne is the origin location to reach other major Swiss destinations and even some parts of Europe. The beautiful train station building is a bonus for your travels to and from Lucerne.


Best time to Visit- June - September

Entry fee- Free (Ticket prices)

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