We took the easy 50-minute train ride from Zurich to Lucerne on our second morning. Saturdays are market days in Lucerne with lots of market stalls filled with local fresh veggies, cheese, plants, and antiques. We strolled around the beautiful chapel bridge and the entire thing is like one large gorgeous window box! As you exit the train station you have arrived in the heart of Lucerne and the ferry terminals are not too far away and very easy to find. After a quick morning stroll, we hopped on a ferry to the 1873 famed Burgenstock Resort that towers 500 meters above Lake Lucerne. The views from the ferry were just spectacular! At the ferry terminal we purchased our tickets to ride up to the Kehrsiten-Burgenstock. Once the ferry lands, then you take the train to the resort. The train runs every 45 minutes, so you want to time it just right. You will arrive at the hotel but there is also an incredible and very easy paved walking path along the entire top of the mountain with easy to follow signs. We followed the path and as soon as you start walking you hear the infamous sounds of the swiss cow bells! Everything is so green, and it is exactly what you would imagine of the Swiss countryside. If you leave the hotel and take a left and follow the path for about 45 minutes, you come to another famous hotel, Hotel Villa Honegg. A must see for the views and cocktail on veranda! Are you starting to see a theme in our adventures? We just walk miles and miles then stop have a cocktail and a snack and enjoy the view.