Places to visit in LucerneMount Rigi, Lion Monument, Hofkirche, Swiss Museum Of Transport, Chapel Bridge, Lucerne train Station, Musegg Wall and the Nine Towers, Glacier Garden, Richard Wagner Museum, Spreuer Bridge, Jesuit Church and Bourbaki Panorama.
Like mentioned, Lucerne is naturally gifted with Rigi, Pilatus, and Titlis mountain peaks, and the immensely famous Lake Lucerne on which the quaint city is located, are great for a hike, winter sports activities like snowboarding and skiing or boating and an excursion.
When visiting, opt for tours that offer detailed story-telling of these places. Once you have submerged yourself in the city and its stunning surroundings, you should also check out places like the Swiss Museum of Transport, Richard Wagner Museum, and Bourbaki Panorama Lucerne for the sheer display of automotive, music and art respectively with a touch of the yesteryears.
The Glacier Garden is where you can witness the Ice-age era with glacial rocks, preserves, and a museum that provides information about climate change over the years. Among other places in Lucerne are a few alluring sites of worship, like Hofkirche and the Jesuit Church.
Both of them hold significant importance with the city and are works of beautiful architecture with equally lovely interiors. And they also host church concerts that are a treat to the soul.