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Travel Details Zürich Airport to Lucerne City
The best way to travel between Zürich Airport and Lucerne is the train. Twice an hour the train departs from Zürich Airport to Lucerne.
At .13 the train departs to Zürich Main Station. There you have to change the train to Lucerne. With changing the train you have 1 ¼ hours of travelling.
At .47 you have a direct connection to Lucerne. This takes an hour of traveling.
If you like to check the connection please visit this website: www.ssb.ch
The Bed + Breakfast
+41 41 310 15 14
Hotel ibis budget Luzern City
Kellerstrasse 4 6 8
+41 41 367 80 00
Pilatusstr. 66 / Zähringerstr. 24
+41 41 240 42 80
RÖSLI Guest House
+41 41 249 22 77
+41 41 227 12 71
Radisson Blu Hotel
Lakefront Center Inseliquai 12
+41 41 369 90 00
Sights of Lucerne
Chapel Bridge – The town’s Landmark
Constructed in first half oft he 14th century as a part oft he city’s fortifications and named after St. Peter’s Chapel, which ist located nearby.
The paintings that were added in the 17th century illustrate the scenes of Swiss and local history.
Water Tower – Archive, treasury and prison
This octagonal tower – over 34 meter high (111.5 ft.) – was built arount 1300 as part oft he city wall and used as an archive, treasury, prison and torture chamber.
Lion Monument – The dying Lion of Lucerne
is one oft he world’s most famous monuments.
It was carved out of natural rock in memory oft he heroic deaths oft he Swiss mercenaries at the Tuileries in 1792.
KKL Luzern – Culture and Convention Centre
The KKL Luzern (Culture and Convention Centre Lucerne) at Europaplatz ist the work oft he Parisian architect Jean Nouvel.
The concert hall (1800 seats) is one oft he finest concert halls in the world. The Lucerne Hall, the Convention Centre with the auditorium, and the Museum of Art are also part of this sensational construction.
Musegg Wall – Nine Towers
A part oft he rampart walls built in 1386; the wall is still almost entirely intact. Four towers are open to the public: Schimmer, Zyt, Wacht and Männli.
The oldest city clock, built in 1535 is in the Zyt tower. This clock is allowed to chime every hour one minute before all the other city clocks.
Main cathedral of the city. In 1633, a fire destroyed the church; it was rebuilt in 1645. It is the most important Renaissance church in Switzerland. Especially noteworhty are the façade, Mary’s alter (with a relief panel dating from 1500), and the souls‘ altar.
For more informations please visit:
Luzern Tourismus AG Tourist Information
Phone +41 (0)41 227 17 17