Chapel Bridge

Chapel Bridge

Constructed in first half of the 14th century as a part of the city's fortifications and named after St. Peter's Chapel, which is located nearby. The paintings that were added in the 17th century illustrate scenes of Swiss and local history, including the biographies of the city's patron saints, St. Leodegar and St.
Maurice.

Chapel Bridge
Chapel Bridge
Chapel Bridge
Chapel Bridge

The dying Lion of Lucerne

The dying Lion of Lucerne

It was carved out of natural rock in memory of the heroic deaths of the Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries in 1792. Mark Twain described the Lion of Lucerne as the saddest and most moving piece of rock in the world.

Sacral Baroque church

Sacral Baroque church

The first large sacral Baroque church in Switzerland; constructed in 1666 by Father Christoph Vogler for the Jesuits.
The vault was redecorated in the mid-18th century. The original vestments of
Brother Klaus, a famous Swiss patron, are stored in the inner chapel.

Water tour through Lucerne

Water tour through Lucerne

Lucerne is characterized by water – first as a fishermen’s village, later as a place of trade and today as a world-renowned tourist destination. Water as a source of food, safe transport route, driving force or recreational space. We follow the scent of the lake, relate what connects municipal fountains with Facebook, where beer is brewed and also show you how high the river Reuss was during the flood of the century in 1910. Immerse yourself in Lucerne, the water city!

Scenic Cruises

Scenic Cruises on the Panorama-Yacht - A luxury yacht for everyone

Refresh your senses and take in the first class comfort of cutting-edge
ship. The stylish design and dashing appearance of an elegant Panorama- Yacht will be sure to impress! With such unique features like the convertible roof on the upper deck, the aqua terrace on the main deck aft or the custom-built furniture, the ship provides excitement and luxury for all.

The Lucerne Carnival

The Lucerne Carnival 

For many people of Lucerne Carnival is the most beautiful time of the year. Each time, it starts on Fat Thursday with the Big Bang. Three big parades are among the highlights of Lucerne Carnival.

Pilatus

Pilatus

Maker of weather, dragon's lair, home to giants and grave of rulers: Lucerne's very own mountain, Pilatus, is one of the most legendary places in Central Switzerland. And one of the most beautiful. On a clear day the mountain offers a panoramic view of 73 Alpine peaks.

LAKE LUCERNE

LAKE LUCERNE 

is fascinating due to its picturesque landscape and historical sites. 20 boats - 5 of which are nostalgic paddle- steamers - enable you to take round trips and offer endless possibilities for excursions which can also be combined with mountain railways along the lake. Cruise from Lucerne to Flüelen through tremendous scenery (All year, round trips 1-6 hours from Lucerne/Weggis).

Golf Lucerne

Golf in Lucerne

Established in 1903 the Lucerne Golf Club is Switzerland’s third oldest club after Engadine and Montreux. In a bid to promote tourism, Lucerne’s hoteliers and tourist board decided at the time to build a 9-hole golf course on the Sonnenberg.
By 1925 the first 18-hole course had opened on the Dietschiberg.

Bike Tours

Bike Tours

Discover the Lucerne - Lake Lucerne Region on a bicycle tour. Whether you are riding pleasantly besides the many lakes, tackling a demanding bike trail or mastering a challenging pass road: the possibilities are limitless.

Water Sports

Water Sports

If you like water sports you will be in paradise here. On Lake Lucerne and many other lakes almost everything is possible. Surfing, wakeboarding, water-skiing, canoeing, rowing, stand-up paddling: the selection is enormous.