One of the most popular cities in Switzerland; Lucerne is a must-visit destination characterised by arresting alpine panoramas and the charm of the medieval old town

2 Day Lucerne Itinerary

Day 1

Morning. Explore Old Town On your first day in Lucerne, head off early to explore Old Town. These are some of the key attractions in Lucerne Old Town.

Chapel Bridge

Start your explorations of Old Town with the Chapel bridge. The iconic covered walkway, the oldest sheltered bridge in the world, is a symbol of Lucerne and one of the cities main tourist attractions.

Jesuit Church

You’ll spot this adorable baroque church across the river, a few minutes from Chapel Bridge. It was the first baroque church to be built in Switzerland north of the alps.

Lion Monument

A magnificent monument carved into a natural cliff dedicated to the Swiss soldiers who lost their lives in the French revolution.

The Church of St. Leodegar

The twin spires of Lucerne’s main church are a dominant feature of the city’s skyline.  The church actually predates the city itself and played a key founding role.

Day 2

Mount Titlis On your second day in Lucerne, get out of the city and enjoy a quintessential Swiss Alps mountain experience. There are a number of fantastic day trips from Lucerne to choose from including Mount Pilatus, Mount Rigi and Mount Titlis.

The Glacier Cave

Take a walk through the 150m magical ice cave bathed in serene blue glacial light. The natural cave 10m below the surface of the glacier is estimated to be over 5,000 years old.

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