Visit Lucerne's Region
Lucerne’s Chapel Bridge is considered the oldest covered wooden bridge in Europe. Tradition and modernity harmoniously collide with its innovative designs and architecture and is showcased in Jean Nouvel’s Culture and Convention Centre. The KKL is the landmark venue of a variety of cultural events each year. Lucerne is the starting point of many an adventure.
What to do while in the Lucerne Region?
Facts About Lucerne and it's Region...
Lucerne Local Specialties
Whet your appetite and embark on a gastronomic Lucerne food journey of gooey cheeses and rich chocolate, delicately cured hams and mouthwatering sausages, pair local bier with pretzels and savour the best coffee brews and deliciously creamy ice cream. Discover our curated and scrumptious Lucerne tours for foodie lovers.
What to do while in Lucerne?
Take the panoramic train from Lucerne to Montreux and enjoy the breathtaking scenery as you wind through mountain passes, along the shores of breathtaking lakes, past candy-coloured farmsteads and pretty villages, and through uninterrupted valleys and meadows. Tailor your Venez Discover Switzerland tour and break up the journey to explore Mount Pilatus, Interlaken and Thun.
Region of Lucerne
From Lucerne, embark on day tours that allow you to explore various modes of transport. Step back in time and travel on Lake Lucerne’s paddle steamers and explore its shoreside villages. Travel high in the revolving ‘Rotair’ gondola which offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Mount Titlis, the highest vantage point in Central Switzerland.
The Heritage of Lucerne
Spend your time in Lucerne wisely; Venez Discover Switzerland will create a memorable historical journey through one of the world’s prettiest cities. Lucerne is rich in attractions with the impressive cityscapes of Chapel Bridge, Musegg Wall, The Lion Monument which are located alongside the culture and convention centre. You’ll best enjoy Lucern on foot.