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The view from the top is amazing, definitely worth it. You can take the cable car for 30 francs round trip or drive up. The drive until some point is ok, from there you will have to go up the stairs for about 20 minutes....More
Took the funicular up to the top of the mountain on a beautiful spring Sunday morning. Wow. The lower rail car departed right across the street from our hotel. One level up, the view was cool. Then we paid for tickets and boarded the rail...More
We stayed very close to Monte Bre and could see it right out our window. At night, they illuminate the sign that sits atop the mountain and, on a clear night, the magical light of a bright moon shines upon the mount and the lake...More
Visited Monte Bre out of the season which was great-very peaceful. The way up is in two stages: first funicular is automatic (you can hop on without a ticket-that will be available to buy at the next stop) and runs every 15min. Then you have...More
We took the funicular railway up Monte Brè, which is considered to be the sunniest mountain in Switzerland. This is why the rare and protected Christmas rose, which otherwise only thrives in southern Europe, flourishes here. From up above, we had superb views of the...More
Monte Bre is a little mountain located near Lago Lugano, in Ticino region, in Switzerland. In fact, you can do a excursion in this mountain to see very beautiful views of the lake and surroundings. Also, this excursion is very easy, so all ages people...More
We had driven up and took the tram in 2 separate locations. Once during the summer and once during the winter. Both times, this location offered great view of Lake Lugano and great photo opportunities.
You can take bus #12 to Bre village and hike up the stone steps. Take note that not all the services of #12 goes to Bre village, some terminates at Aldesago.
Also, the hiking path from Bre to Gandria was closed somewhere in the middle,...More