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A wonderful tour of the city, on board of one of the friendly touristtrains!”The Red arrow”, travelling along the lake gulf, will allow youto discover the beauties of the city, together with its surroundings, includingthe Monte Brè and the S...more
40 minute rail trip around Lugano. I know some reviews say the commentary by the driver is not brilliant and very basic but for 9 CHF you are not going to get a David Attenborough. However, it does give you an idea of where places...More
My wife and I saw this train and it said Lugano city tour on the side and thought perfect what a great way to see the city and learn something.....well what a joke it is not a tour there is no commentary all it does...More
We decided to do this tour around Lugano so we could see some of the city.
From the time we got the tickets off this grumpy man, we didn’t get a good feeling.
He didn’t say anything about the places we passed in the whole...More
Worst 40 minutes of my life... we spent 100$ for literally going to the gas station, refuel and then go back to the station. Horrible. The music was stressful and the driver’s attitude was terrible too. He barely explained something and when he did, we...More
A bumpy, cute little hop on hop off train with limited commentary. It was an interesting way for me to do a brief circle tour of the main streets of the town. I was able to access the funicular to San Salvatore easily by hopping...More
Great little tour, yes very simple but shows you the the few things to see in Lugano & great for kids. We enjoyed it & would recommend with kids. Young couples on our carriage & they seemed to enjoy it. Carriage was enclosed so wasn’t...More
We wanted to go to the funicular and decided to take this tourist train to get there, which costs 5 franc. They dont keep track of who should get off at which point so we had to wave to the driver that we wanted to...More