Chapel Bridge is 670 feet (204 meters) long and was built in 1333 to protect Lucerne from attacks. It’s the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe. Seventeenth-century paintings line the interior, and the bridge leads to an eight-sided water tower, which has had a history as a prison, torture chamber, watchtower and treasury.
The half-timbered medieval buildings of Lucerne’s Old Town are surrounded by rampart walls and watchtowers. The town’s poignant sculpture of a dying lion is unforgettable, and its Picasso Museum is another must-see.
Beautiful Wouldn't mind going back to relive the memory.
The tour was great and we had an amazing experience travelling with Viator and their local operator (Tours of Switzerland), me and my family appreciate a lot, very well organized and ponctual. I would definitely recommend to my friends.
it was a lovely trip,hopefully i will do it again soon, I love Zurich