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A fondue ?


Eating a fondue in Switzerland is a must. And it’s even better when it differs from the norm and is served outside without a trace of winter chills. At the Luzern Palace, we’ve thought of everything! And if by chance you’re not a cheese fan, you’re welcome to try a “fondue chinoise” alternative served on our terrace, which can be privatized for groups from two to six people. Careful, there’s a real risk of “melting” when confronted with the spectacular view before you over the lake and Luzern with its sparkling lights!

by Valérie Blanc



Haldenstrasse 10. 6002 Luzern. Suisse

T +41 (0)41 416 16 16


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