Campione d’Italia Casino
Museo Cantonale d’Arte
This regional art gallery celebrates the work of modern artists (mostly 19th- and 20th-century masters) from the region.
The ochre-hued Villa Ciani , just in from the lake, is also the site of regular art exhibitions.
This lakefront promenade necklaces the shore of glassy Lago di Lugano, set against a backdrop of rugged mountains. Linden and chestnut...
NYX Club & Lounge
This hipper-than-thou lounge and club on the casino’s second floor attracts a young, fashion-conscious crowd. Its lake views, DJs,...
Try to ignore the horrendous orange building and be soothed by the crisp interior and white linen. Out of the kitchen comes a mix of...
Lonely Planet review
The 12-storey casino , converted by Lugano’s favourite architect, Mario Botta, into Europe’s biggest in 2005, does a brisk business. Smart dress is required. From noon to midnight you can take bus 39 from Lugano’s Piazza Manzoni (one-way/return Sfr6.80/13.60) to Campione d’Italia. The last return bus leaves at 12.40am, and then there’s one at 6.39am.