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Gasthaus-Grossteil-Giswil
Switzerland

Idyllisch eingebettet zwischen Berg und See liegt unser Landgasthof, unweit der Strecke Luzern-Interlaken. Der ideale Ausgangspunkt für Wanderungen, Fahrradtouren und sonnige Stunden am See im Sommer. Im Winter sind Sie in kürzester Zeit in den diversen Skigebieten (Mörlialp, Lungern-Schönbühl, Hasliberg, Melchsee-Frutt). Luzern, eine der schönsten Städte der Schweiz, erreichen Sie in 25 Minuten mit dem Auto oder bequem per Bahn. 


Bei uns wird Tradition ganz GROSS geschrieben. 

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