Top sights Lucerne

Top sights Lucerne

Are you looking for the hottest sights in Lucerne? With MyCityHighlight – Sightseeing like a local – you'll find the top sights in Lucerne from the point of view of our local City Manager. You also have the opportunity to contact our city managers directly if you have any questions. Enjoy your trip with MyCityHighlight, your guide to the city of Lucerne.

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Kapellbrücke and Wasserturm

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Oldest covered wooden bridge in Europe (built in 1365). The Chapel Bridge not only marked the outer end of the city when it was constructed, but also served as protection against attacks from the lake. In 1993, the bridge fell victim to a fire. This destroyed the whole bridge except the two ends and 70 of the 111 murals. Although copies of the destroyed images exist, the people from Lucern decided after construction to not assemble them again.

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Lion monument

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The Lion Monument was completed in August 1821 in memory of the Swiss Guards who had died during the French Revolution. With around 1.4 million visitors a year, it is one of the most popular monuments in Switzerland.

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Museggmauer

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A part oft he rampart walls built in 1386; the wall is still almost entirely intact. Four towers are open to the public during summer time: Schimmer, Zyt, Wacht and Männli. The oldest city clock, built in 1535 is in the Zyt tower. This clock is allowed to chime every hour one minute before all the other city clocks.

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Château Gütsch

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Fairy tale styled château on a rise over Lucerne with a beatiful view over Lucerne.

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Seerundfahrt

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Several hours round trip on Lake Lucerne. Enjoy the nature surrounding the stunning lake of lucerne during a multiple round trip in one of the many ships touring the lake.

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Mühlenplatz

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Bucolic square at the west end of the old town, with many street cafés

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Bürgenstock

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With 1'115 meters (3'685 ft.) above sea level, the Bürgenstock offers a pictorial view over Lucerne, the lake and the mountains.

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Towerclock Exposition

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A fascinating exhibition shows historical clocks from the period between the Late Middle Ages and the 20th century in the Zytturm. The tower clocks are from the city and canton of Lucerne. The exhibition shows and tells the development of historical clocks.

The exhibition is open from 1 April to 1 November daily from 8 am to 7 pm. Admission free. Guided tours through the exhibition are also available outside the usual opening hours.

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KKL (Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre)

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Concerts from classic to Jazz to contemporary music in breathtaking accoustics.

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Jesuitenkirche

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17th century baroque church

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