With Limos4’s great team of professionals with extensive logistics background and late-model 4x4 Mercedes-Benz fleet, your Lucerne-Bürgenstock World Economic Forum limousine and chauffeur service will be taken care of in the utmost safety, discretion and flexibility.
We have been the preferred Swiss limo company for the World Economic Forum as well as a large number of other high-profile events throughout Switzerland and beyond for years, and we have successfully completed each one of them.
Whether you need to get from Zurich Airport – or any other Swiss airport, a hotel, a train station, or some other address, we will transfer you to the KKL Luzern, the Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre and/or Bürgenstock Resort, and vice versa, with no distractions or stress.
Every Limos4 vehicle meets the ‘‘Greener Davos’’ strict environmental regulations and are able to enter special waiting zones. For 2021 we will announce the new emission protocols as soon as they are published. Also, our chauffeurs are licensed and registered, with 10 years of experience at the event. The drivers always follow the VIP dress code and are fully trained in the VIP protocols.
There are a variety of Limos4 transfer and hourly service packages available for this occasion.
Please ensure you make your reservation as soon as possible as we cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate your last-minute requests. What’s more, early bookings will bring the best rates and cancellation policy.
With our assistance, your participation in the Annual Meeting 2021 will run smoothly and in a carefree way, enabling you to concentrate on your important matters.
Due to increased concerns for safety brought on by the COVID-19 virus, Limos4 has implemented additional sanitary measures and rigorous protocols to ensure the utmost safety for you. Also, we are currently paying particular attention to ensuring that the measures are effective, while working hard to provide you with the highest quality of service. Limos4 is closely monitoring the information shared by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to comply with the best-practice guidelines.