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Aesch occupies a stunning position in a prime residential area on Lake Hallwil. With a resident population of just under 1000, the village benefits from a kindergarten and a primary school. It also boasts restaurants, shops, a doctor's surgery, a bank, a post office, a newspaper kiosk, a hairdressing salon and a filling station. Aesch is centrally located, with Lucerne, Zurich, Bern and Basel between 30 and 50 minutes' drive away.
Alberswil the village with a future, is a great place to live, offering wonderful views of the mountains as well as an active village life. It has a certain flair about it and is proud of its history and its community spirit.
Altbüron nestles in a hilly landscape and is an appealing place to live as well as to work a place for living life to the full, where you feel good about yourself. Altbüron is a dynamic municipality offering a good quality of life and a promising future.
Historic rural agreeable. Altishofen the village in the heart of the Wigger Valley.
Excellent transport links to Lucerne and Zug. Prosperous development high proportion of indigenous residents 150 companies offering 800 jobs. With attractive residential opportunities and plenty of nature for relaxation, it has active clubs and societies offering cultural, sporting and social activities.
Modern, rural, culturally rich and well-run, Beromünster offers exceptional educational opportunities, attractive residential settings, a wealth of countryside in the immediate vicinity and activities of all descriptions.
The municipality of Buchrain is located in the southeast of Canton Lucerne. The village occupies a magnificent spot between the Reuss and Ron Valleys. Buchrain benefits greatly from the variety of its natural surroundings, with meadows, woodland, streams and rivers aplenty.
The lively village is just five minutes from Switzerland's principal north-south transport axis and offers a high standard of living for families. Thanks to its attractive mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses and its potential for expansion Büron is the perfect place to live and work.
Buttisholz nestles in the glorious countryside of the Rot Valley. Offering family-friendly living in a verdant setting, the attractive and unspoilt location benefits from lovely views. A warm welcome is assured.
Dagmersellen is situated in the Wigger Valley. Its excellent transport links have helped attract industrial, commercial and service enterprises, as well as jobs. It has a good range of shops, too.
Dierikon is a low-tax municipality in the Ron Valley with an excellent public and private transportation infrastructure. The strong industrial, commercial and service sector enterprises based here offer more jobs than there are inhabitants.
Doppleschwand occupies a conspicuous location in a lovely, sunny spot on the left flank of the valley on the eastern side of Mount Napf. The municipality is very child-friendly: the average age of the population is 35 a sign of its increasing popularity amongst young families.
Located on the shores of Lake Rot, Ebikon lies northeast of the city of Lucerne on the Lucerne-Zug-Zurich axis. Benefiting from its own motorway exit, a wonderful hillside situation and an extended range of leisure opportunities, Ebikon attracts families and individuals alike.
Egolzwil is known for its attractive countryside and unspoilt natural surroundings. Mount Santenberg and the extensive peat bog are popular places for walks and sporting activities. The glorious Alpine panorama does much to enhance the municipality's high standard of living.
The municipality offers a privileged quality of life thanks to its south-facing hillside location above Lake Sempach and spectacular views of the Alps: close to urban centres yet rural, modestly sized yet offering a good range of amenities, its finger is on the pulse yet it remains unhurried and unassuming.
Emmen is both town and country. Located on the north-south European motorway axis (A2), Emmen offers a blend of architecturally attractive residential opportunities, urban flair and rural bliss. Boasting unparalleled views of Mount Pilatus and the foothills of the Alps, the municipality also benefits from a thriving industrial sector.
Entlebuch lies at the confluence of two rivers, the Kleine Emme and the Grosse Entlen. Just 25 minutes' train ride from Lucerne, Entlebuch offers high standards of living thanks to its active economy, broad service offering and attractive residential opportunities.
Ermensee is considered by many to be the pearl of the See Valley and lies between Lakes Baldegg and Hallwil. The mid-sized, family-friendly village has a modern primary school and has attracted a range of small and medium-sized commercial enterprises. The heart of the village is under a preservation order for its aesthetic significance. It has a number of active clubs, all of which welcome newcomers.
Eschenbach is a breath of fresh air not far from town. Offering attractive residential opportunities and lovely views, the municipality has a good school, a low tax regime and excellent connections for private car and public transport users. The local gravel works bring direct financial benefit to the locality.
The picturesque "Schybidorf" of Escholzmatt, on the watershed between Bern and Lucerne, is well aware of its advantages. The social and economic life in the well-connected community links the past with the forward-looking present.
Ettiswil is situated between the little towns of Willisau and Sursee, next to the Wigger Valley. It is an attractive municipality offering residential and cultural opportunities and unspoilt countryside. Recreational amenities include nature trails and Wyher Castle, and there are excellent bus links to Lucerne.
Fischbach lies in the northeast of Canton Lucerne at its border with Canton Bern, in the heart of Switzerland. The cities of Lucerne, Bern and Zurich are just an hour away by public transport. In terms of climate, Fischbach has many residential advantages, one being the lack of fog.
Sörenberg Flühli is the natural highlight of the UNESCO Entlebuch Biosphere Reserve, popular with visitors. With activities such as walking, mountain biking, golfing and Kneipp hydrotherapy in the summer and 50 km of prepared slopes in the winter, Sörenberg Canton Lucerne's largest ski resort offers a warm welcome.
The municipality of Geuensee is situated in the upper Suren Valley. With a resident population of 2400 living on the village's sunny southwestern slopes and in the hamlets of Krumbach and Hunzikon, access to the surrounding region and beyond is easy thanks to rail and motorway links.