What to see at the The Lucerne
Lucerne has many beautiful sites to enjoy. The world-famous Lion’s monument should not be missed. This beautiful monument depicting a dying lion honors the Swiss guardsmen who died during the French Revolution in 1792.The Glacier Garden founded 150 years ago by J.W. Amrein-Troller to preserve the nature in the natural elements of this region is another great site. The park shows glacier potholes from the last Ice Age, which occurred 20,000 years ago. This park also has a museum. Also interesting to visit while in Lucerne is the Mirror Maze with its 90 mirrors built in the style of Granada’s Alhambra. It was first built for the Swiss national exhibition in Geneva in 1896.
buildings and architecture
Lucerne inaugurated in 1998 a new Culture and Congress Centre (KKL). This multi-functional building is an interesting modern construction with a high-profile acoustics and where you can enjoy great concerts. This modern construction really offers a big contrast with the old pedestrian bridges of Lucerne. The city center and its small streets are very attractive with their historical buildings, restaurants and shops of luxurious watches.
Plus : Chapel Bridge, Water tower, Glacier Garden, Lion’s monument, Jesuite Church, Franciscan Church, Water Spike, Spreuer Bridge, Musegg Wall, Ritterscher Palace, Railway Station, City Hall and Lake Lucerne