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Water Body, Tour, Lake, Boating

A little outside of Lucerne, the ride to Lake Lucerne is just as picturesque as the destination. Many a poets swear by the beauty the lake emanates and you’ll be mad as a hatter if you don’t see it for yourself. With a promise for an indescribable view, at first sight, Lake Lucerne is reminiscent of a fjord (save the weather of course) that seems to extend its way to the mountains and make way around them.

Lake Lucerne has everything- majestic peaks, limestone cliffs, thick forest cover attracting Alpine wildlife and vast expanses of blue water. Rightly called the Lake of the Four Cantons in German, a cruise ship on Lake Lucerne is sure to make it to your bucket-list if it hasn’t already..

Lake Lucerne

Mountain, Tour, Cable Car

Every time you turn a corner in Central Switzerland, an Alpine peak greets you! Three such peaks are thronged by tourists- Jungfrau, Titlis and Pilatus. From Lucerne, Mount Pilatus is the most accessible and close one. One cable ride away, the views beckon you…the peak of Mount Pilatus, Esel, is a 10 minute walk away from where Lucerne looks like a model village and the Alps, never ending and grand.

Offering a 360 degree view, take time from just clicking pictures and admire nature’s gift with your own two eyes. The ideal way to plan your trip to Mt. Pilatus would be via a tour operator. During the winters, the cable car ride is suspended due to extreme weather conditions. Don’t fret for instead of a cable car, you get to ride one of the steepest cogwheel trains up and down the mountain.

Mount Pilatus is a beautiful peak, a short distance away from Lucerne, and part of probably the most scenic mountain ranges – the Alps. Visits can be made through a cable car from Lucerne and tickets for Mount Pilatus cable rides can be easily purchased online. You can even check Mount Pilatus ticket prices for cable cars on our ticketing portal. So better pre-book tickets in advance rather than waiting in long queues. It is always better to buy tickets for Mount Pilatus online as a time saving option. You can also get Mount Pilatus tickets for cogwheel trains that take you up the peak offering panoramic views all around.

Mount Pilatus

Landmark, View Point, Bridge

The Alstadt (old town) is where the fabled charm of Lucerne lies. The Reuss River which divides the city into two distinct parts, Old Town and New Town, plays more of a part than just acting like a division. Hanging atop the river is Europe’s oldest wooden bridge, constructed in the 14th century. There’s a saying that you haven’t actually seen Lucerne unless you’ve walked on the creaky old bridge that undoubtedly Lucerne’s most famouslandmark.

Although the Chapel Bridge you see today has undergone extensive restoration after an obviously disastrous fire in 1993, it’s managed to retain the old feel of it.

Chapel Bridge

Rigi, 6410 Arth, Switzerland

Mount Rigi is known for its spectacular view from the top! The ethereal peaks, the beautiful landscape and the feeling of complete oneness with the nature are hard to define but the place more than makes up for the lost words. A panoramic view of the best of nature is sure to keep you engaged for a long time.

A small cafe on top of the hill is perfect to warm up your freezing hands and your heart- ideal after a splendid ride on the Cog Wheel rail.

Mount Rigi

Art Museum, Specialty Museum

Open to the public since 2002, the location of the Sammlung Rosengart Collection was a branch of the Swiss National Bank, a beautiful neoclassical building that dates back to early 19th century. For anyone with even the basic knowledge of artwork from the 19th and 20th century, this museum will bring you pure joy. All the works of art here are a part of a family’s private collection amassed by a father-daughter pair; they sought out these masterpieces not for its monetary value but for their individual taste and preferences in art. The legends of that era are very well represented here, one in particular being Pablo Picasso.

Museum Sammlung Rosengart Luzern

Denkmalstrasse 4, Lucerne, Switzerland

A trip to Lucerne and a visit to the Glacier Garden are inseparable. The garden gives a peak into Switzerland’s massive geology. The place consists of a million rocks and the museum only adds to the experience.

Highlights include:

View form the tower
Rock Lion
Massive potholes (natural)
Lush green botanical ambience
A walk around the garden is the best way to explore it and the cafe on top of the rocky terrain is a welcome spot!

Museum Glacier Garden Lucerne


Located behind the shopping centre of the city, The Nine Towers are a series of towers which offer a cityscape view! Built originally to provide a guarding fortress wall to the city, today the Nine Towers is a tourist favourite.

The tallest tower has a clock embedded in it and anyone who climbs to the top can see the working mechanism of the clock- knobs and all!

The view only adds to the experience and is worth every step you climb.

The Nine Towers

Church, Cathedral

The first baroque church built in the Alpine region of Switzerland, this church stands for the struggle of the Catholic Church to remain the majority spiritual leadership when the country was undergoing a shift in religion and faith. Even today, the church’s facade looks as good as new. The interiors of the Jesuit Church are bound to blow you away. Restored to its resplendence during the glory days, there’s no second guessing why the church is a popular tourist attraction.

Don’t miss out on the pink altarpiece in the front of the sanctuary, the onion domes, the painting on the ceiling depicting the glory of Saint Francis Xavier and the Ignatius chapel.

Jesuit Church


One of the most well designed performing stages all over the world, the Culture and Convention Centre is an acoustic marvel. Lucerne in itself is a music loving city and the centre is its own way of acknowledging its artistic side.

There are regular shows organised here all through the year- a pleasure for people who love to watch live performance. Do catch a show here when in the city.

If you are not in the mood to watch a performance, it is still pleasant to take a walk around the centre to admire its architecture.

Culture And Convention Center

Lowenpl. 11, 6004 Luzern, Switzerland

The Bourbaki Panorama is everything you need to know about the history of Switzerland and its fight to achieve independence. The panoramic painting has a mysterious 3D effect without the goggles!

Highlights include:

Panorama Painting
Guided tours
‘The invention of Switzerland’
Absinthe Degustation- a must for absinthe lovers!
The panorama is the perfect spot to explore whether you are travelling solo, with friends or with family.

Bourbaki Panorama


The church of St Leodegar was built on the foundation of a Roman Basilica burnt in the 1600s. The church is one of the most important landmarks in the city and is one of the few churches to be built during the ‘thirty years of war’- a critical time in Lucern.

Highlights include:

Marvellous architecture and design.
Historic relevance dating back to the 17th century.
Every morning the church sets its bells ringing- marking its strength and function to this day.

Church Of St Leodegar


Richard Wagner was an operatic composer with a difference. His rich harmonious and glorious dramatic perspective to the otherwise strictly melodious singing changed the Opera Music scene in the 1800s.The former residence of the famous German composer now houses rare musical instruments like the potable organ and gives you a peek into the brain of the miracle-musician.

A must if you love history, a necessity if you are a musician.

Richard Wagner Museum

Specialty Shop

The Bucherer Shop is the only place in the city where you can buy Swiss watches. The place offers some of the biggest brands of watches, right from Gucci and Rolex to Longines and Rado!

Highlights include:

Rolex watches
If you love your watches luxurious or simply believe in ‘the quality of you time’ – then this is the place for you. A marvellous place to buy gifts for loved ones too.

Bucherer Shop

Walking Area, Streets

The Kornmarkt or the ‘market’ is the best place to shop while in the city! The streets are full of shops sharing walls with each other in alleys which exude a certain old-world charm.

If you are not a shopping-lover and would prefer a heavier wallet than a heavier shopping bag, the place is ideal for window shopping. A must if you truly want to experience the shopping pulse in the city.



Switzerland might not have an active army but their reputation of supplying top notch mercenaries remains untainted; the guards of the Vatican, for example. The Lion Monument in Lucerne is a testament to this long standing tradition. Carved in the 19th century to honour the Swiss guards who fought for Louis XVI of France in 1972 during the French Revolution, the Lion Monument will have you respect the bravery and loyalty of the Swiss guards. The Latin inscription on the carved cave reads, “To the bravery and fidelity of the Swiss.”

A symbol of courage, loyalty and bravery of Swiss soldiers, the monument, undoubtedly, holds great significance among Swiss people. The place is free for visitors, which means there are no Lion Monument Tickets or Lion Monument Ticket Prices you have to fret about. With no long lines to Buy Tickets for Lion Monument, the place is fun to visit anytime, though it is better to visit early to avoid heavy crowds.

Lion Monument


Rotsee is a natural channel of water located to the north of Lucerne. The channel is used for rowing competitions and is favourable for the sport due to its non-current waters.

A walk along the channel is a must when you visit the city. Admire the calm natural marvel!



No journey to Switzerland can be complete without having a ride through its country sides and mountains. While the cities are beautiful, the surrounding places are even more beautiful indeed. The William Tell Express is a combination of boat and train network that connects Lucerne to Locarno (or Lugano) through the Swiss Alps from north to south. As you sit in the train or the boat, you will be able to enjoy stunning views of the mountains and the clear skies. Named after William Tell, the Swiss Folk Hero, this is indeed one of the attractions of Switzerland which people love to take a ride into

William Tell Express

Leisure, Square

Situated right next to the right shore of Lake Lucerne, Schwanenplatz is an interesting square to spend some leisure time in Lucerne. This is exactly the place from where the visitors can start exploring the old downtown area. While you may find a lot of traffic over here, there are some pedestrian paths where you can walk down to know your destination better. From gift shops to watch boutiques and major brands, this square holds everything for you to shop endlessly here.


Art Museum, Museum

Dedicated to the world of visual art, the Modern Art museum in Lucerne is a must visit during your stay in the city. This museum earns its reputation owing to its quality work of its content. The aim of the exhibitions here is to delineate significant attitudes and examples of contemporary art in a committed and consistent way. From regional to national or international art, this museum portrays every form of art available in the world. This museum has become world renowned for its artistic display, experimentation, discourse, and innovation.

Kunstmuseum Luzern

Outdoors, Adventure, Nature

While Lucerne might attract a lot of nature lovers, it is equally a haven for the adrenaline junkies who wish to try out on some adventure activities. The Entlebuch biosphere is replete with many natural resources and is thus termed as the ‘wild west’ region of Lucerne. With its expansive land zone, it claims to be Switzerland’s largest biosphere with most numerous moor landscapes, together with a flora and fauna that are of national as well as international importance. There is an array of activities available here that constitutes of walking on Energy path, a Fairytale Path, a Kneipp hydrotherapy facility, a moor bath, satellite-guided hiking and guided excursions. Apart from adventure opportunities, this biosphere attracts a lot of visitors for its wealth of ancient historical and cultural riches, along with highpoints such as the old charcoal burning site in Romoos and the Heiligkreuz place of pilgrimage. A visit or a trek here will leave you smitten with Alpine regions for sure.

Unesco Biosphare Entlebuch


Hirschpark in Lucerne is one of the best spots for local recreation as well as to learn biology. This park is a beautiful place to relax as you watch different types of deer here. A visit to this park will give you the opportunity to look at these lovely creatures and learn about their habits from a close. Located in the middle of the city, this park offers you a rejuvenating space away from the din and hustle bustle of the busy and crowded life outside.



Lucerne has many artistic corners that exude with exuberance, art and multiple other activities to keep you engaged. The Neubad in Lucerne is a popular hangout place for the artists as it houses an open pool for events , a trendy bistro, a hip bar, conference rooms, an artistic gallery, Neugarten and studios. This complex claims to be the centre of creativity, politics, culture and education, something that deeply interests the elite community. As you visit the city of Lucerne, do look out for the recent happenings and events here and attend them for an artistic and social indulgence.


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