Culture and Convention Centre Lucerne

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Lucerne: Culture & Congress Centre Behind the Scenes Tour

1. Lucerne: Culture & Congress Centre Behind the Scenes Tour

Take a behind the scenes tour of the famous Culture and Congress Center in Lucerne, also known as KKL Luzern, to learn more about the architectural vision of its creator Jean Nouvel. Experience in person the wonderful way in which water and light combine in this magnificent place and prepare to be fascinated by our numerous halls. Visit the famous Concert Hall, which is regarded as one of the best in the world. Find out more about its perfect proportions, about the echo chambers and the height-adjustable sound reflector, which all contribute to its ideal acoustics. This tour is also packed with information and interesting details about how the KKL Luzern came into being. During the tour you will visit the building's panoramic terrace and get the chance to take pictures of the spectacular views from Lakeside Lucerne.

Lucerne: Half-Day City Tour and Lake Cruise

2. Lucerne: Half-Day City Tour and Lake Cruise

Your guide will pick you up at your hotel, and together you’ll make your way into central Lucerne. Enjoy fantastic panoramic views of the city center across the Reuss river, and admire the surrounding mountains. Continue towards the wooden Chapel Bridge, a 200-meter long pedestrian crossing, and learn the history of this beautifully painted bridge.   Discover the car-free inner city circle and the old town, filled with 16th-century buildings. Walk across the Spreuer Bridge and take a coffee break along the Reuss river. After the break, continue along the city wall, built for defensive reasons in the 14th century. End your city tour by the Lion Monument, a rock relief commemorating the massacres of Swiss Guards during the French Revolution.   Your tour guide will then lead you to the boat station, where you’ll board a panoramic yacht and sail out on to Lake Lucerne. Listen to the audio headset commentary during the cruise, or ask your guide about the mountains, houses, and other sights along the shore. After the 1-hour boat tour, you’ll return to Lucerne, where your guide will drop you off back at your hotel.

Lucerne: Art and Culture Tour with a Local Guide

3. Lucerne: Art and Culture Tour with a Local Guide

Immerse yourself in Lucerne's booming art and cultural scene on a private tour with a local guide and learn everything there is to know about the KKL, a cultural venue that attracts thousands of art lovers from all over the globe each year. This tour is perfect for both first-time visitors to Lucerne and returning tourists who want to go beneath the surface of the city. As you wander around the streets of the city, admire amazing street art and learn more about the city’s galleries and museums as well as hearing about several local artists. Don't miss the opportunity to discover the most significant cultural and historical insights and details of the colorful and multi-faced Lucerne while you dive into the art and culture of the city from a local perspective.

Lucerne City Tour with Lake Cruise Private Tour from Basel

4. Lucerne City Tour with Lake Cruise Private Tour from Basel

Explore one of the most famous Swiss cities, Lucerne on a half-day private and guided tour. Surrounded by mountains and at the end of Lake Lucerne, the city is the starting point for numerous excursions. The Lucerne cityscape is characterized by the covered, medieval Chapel Bridge, which, with its gable paintings, is one of the oldest covered wooden bridges in Europe. Another landmark of the city is the Musegg Wall, which has been preserved in its original fortified form with the exception of one tower. Historic houses decorated with frescoes line picturesque squares in the car-free old town, such as the Weinmarkt. Lucerne is a city of squares and churches. The Jesuit Church from the 17th century is considered the first sacred baroque building in Switzerland and the two towers of the Hofkirche are an integral part of the cityscape. The dying lion, which was carved into the rock to commemorate the heroic death of the Swiss who fell in the Tuileries in 1792, is one of the most famous monuments in Switzerland.

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