Spectacular Scenery Of The Alps In
Situated on the shores of Lake Lucerne, this Swiss gem can please visitors with charming medieval landmarks reflecting in the water or awesome views from the adjacent Mount Pilatus. From the colorful old town to the iconic Chapel Bridge, Lucerne is sure to leave a long-lasting impression.
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Stroll Through History
The Chapel Bridge dating back to the 14th century is the oldest covered footbridge in Europe. When walking over, raise your eyes towards the roof to admire dozens of painted frames showing important events from the history of Lucerne.
Lion Of Lucerne
The wounded lion commemorates the Swiss Guards killed during the French Revolution in 1792 and is one of the most iconic monuments in Switzerland. The rock is surrounded by a quiet pond and you can truly feel the powerful atmosphere of the place.
Colours And Relax
Most parts of the historic centre of Lucerne are a pedestrian zone so you can move around without being disturbed by traffic. Beautifully decorated houses play with colours and are home to numerous restaurants and shops selling local goods.