Kambly makes over a 100 varieties of biscuits and as a Swiss, family-run company, it has been passed down from generation to generation. If you pay the Kambly factory a visit you can expect a confectionery show, where you can see the confectioners at work, and you can put your taste buds to work in the factory shop or at its café. At the shop you can also buy its bestsellers including brezeli biscuits, the caprice (sweet biscuit roll) and the Matterhorn (biscuits with the chocolate Matterhorn layered on top). It's free to visit and once there you can watch films about the history of Kambly in English and about its production techniques. There's a direct train from Lucerne to Trübschachen in the Emmental valley. It takes around 45 minutes and drops you off in front of the factory. The region is renowned the world over for its cheese, but the rolling hills and local architecture also make it worth a visit.