The Chapel Bridge with the Water Tower is not only the oldest wooden bridge in Europe. It is also the city's major landmark and famous around the world.
“The dying lion of Lucerne” is one of the most famous monuments in the world.
The Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre combines outstanding architecture, culture and culinary delights.
The Musegg Wall and its nine towers are part of Lucerne’s historic fortifications, which were begun in the 13th century.
Guided City tours
A guided tour offers guests a fascinating insight into the history and present of the city of Lucerne. Discover the intriguing and surprising stories behind the bustling narrow streets and alleyways, the hidden corners and the historic buildings.
Use the event calendar for Lucerne and the Lake Lucerne region to find the perfect concert, theatre or guest programme in no time.
There are 13 different golf courses for golf aficionados to try out in the Lucerne area, all with stunning views of the mountains and lake.
The Lucerne Festival is a musical highlight with an international orientation that is held in summer, in autumn and at Easter.
The Lucerne Theatre offers a surprisingly varied programme, from drama to opera and dance to young theatre.
Swiss Museum of Transport
Here you can experience the evolution of transport and mobility. From the past to the future. On the road, rails and on water, as well as in the sky and in space.
Art lovers will feel right at home at the Rosengart Collection or in the Museum of Art Lucerne. Lucerne also offers many other museums that are worthy of a visit.