Lucerne, central Switzerland, is a beautiful city surrounded by mountains and waters, one of the largest summer resorts in Switzerland. The small town was built in the 8th century. In 1332, it formed an alliance with Uri, Schwitz and Lower Walden around the lake. It became the first four states of the Swiss Confederation and became the administrative center of the Federation for a long time.
Shows a beautiful and beautiful landscape painting: the stream that is rushing to the bottom, the blue lake like a mirror, the tall and deep pine forest, the majestic snow peaks, intertwined with each other, and the beautiful landscape paintings are drawn. .
The Capel Bridge is an important symbol of Lucerne. The wooden bridge is in many postcards and pictures. The hh/lion monument statue is dedicated to the protection of the Tuileries in Paris on August 10, 1792. The safety of the Louis XVI family, all of the 786 Swiss mercenaries
bridge outside the dead, a 140-foot-high octagonal water tower built of brick. The feeling of being integrated with the Capel bridge, this water tower was originally used as a prison, torture station, observatory and treasury
along the Reuss River with many five-star hotels and fine restaurants, where you can enjoy food and the view from the window Is a leisurely enjoyment
There are shops with a variety of watches and jewels in the city of Lucerne. If you are a watch enthusiast, there are too many well-known watch lines and gift shops here, so don't miss it.
We stroll through the old town, which has a lot of medieval buildings and streets. There are a variety of signature signs on the streets, old narrow streets and squares, full of shops, Renaissance and Baroque buildings and fountains.
What I am most interested in is not the famous Kabel Bridge, the Swan Lake, and the most sad stone lion statue in the world. It is a mural with historical charm in the old town of Lucerne.
In addition to the magical murals, there are many boutiques in the old streets, and the age of a building is more than three digits.
Walk in the old town of Lucerne, although the weather is rainy, we still can't stop our enthusiasm.
Lucerne is also the capital of the Swiss state of Lucerne, located in the heart of Switzerland, at the confluence of the Reuss River exit and the Four Lakes. It was built in the 8th century and was once the capital of the Middle Ages in Switzerland. Although it is not crowded into the top three cities today, it is a place that cannot be missed when it comes to Switzerland.
The lakes and mountains here are set against each other, and the places of interest and historical sites are scattered all over the city. Historically, many famous writers and artists have lived and created here, and they have received inspiration from the landscape. Tolstoy, who has lived here for a long time, wrote the novel of the same name "". Known as the light in Latin, the city is known as Switzerland's most beautiful historical and cultural city and the most ideal tourist destination.