If there is one town that could possibly come out of a fairy tale or something like that, then it most definitely is Lucerne. Lucerne is located in Switzerland, and it is pretty much safe to say that it is one of the most beautiful towns in the entire world. The streets are clean, and there is so much to see as well. If you don’t pay enough attention, you can easily mistake Lucerne for some certain parts of Disneyland. Yes, that’s how interesting and beautiful this town is!
Although spending one day in Lucerne is always a great thing to do, an even better option would be to spend two or more days. I know that this is probably going to sound cheesy, but Lucerne is a very interesting and beautiful town, and with that in mind, I am not really sure that you can fully explore it in just 24 hours. However, if you spend 48 or more hours in this beautiful town, you have a much better chance to at least see the majority of things that it has to offer.
If you are planning on visiting Lucerne in the near future, but you are not really sure as to where to go and what to do when you get there, then you came to the right place. Here, you will learn more about what Lucerne has to offer. And now, here are top three places that you need to visit in Lucerne. Please, enjoy!
Two Beautiful Mountains
Although Lucerne is not really a forest-heavy town, you are still going to enjoy exploring it even if you are a nature-loving person. The reason why is not only because it is one of the cleanest town in the world, but because there are two beautiful mountains just outside of it as well. So, if you are going to stay in Lucerne for a few days, you might as well check out at least one of those two mountains.
The Old Town
The Old Town is one of the most areas in Lucerne. It is filled with many different types of houses and buildings, with some of them even dating back to the 19th century. So, if you love exploring historic places, you are going to love the Old Town.
The Sonnenberg highway tunnel is a place from where you can access a massive nuclear bunker that is located under Lucerne. This bunker provided enough space for about 20000 people. Thankfully, it never got to serve its real purpose, since the nuclear attack never happened.