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Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrucke)

City Center, Lucerne, Switzerland
+41 41 227 17 17
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4-hour Lucerne City Tour with Private Guide Including Boat Trip on Lake Lucerne
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City Center, Lucerne, Switzerland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lucerne is magnificent, sitting on the riverbank with a stately mountain behind it and beautiful historical buildings around the Chapel Bridge. Loved the flowers alongside the rebuilt structure but it packed with so many people that it felt like a line for a Disneyland ride...More

Thank Anna P
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Located right in front of the Lucerne Train Station. Nice view for a memorable photoshoot. Very historical. One should really appreciate the look and feel of Seiss.

Thank shah a
Reviewed yesterday

We walked on that bridge many times, morning, evening and nighttime. Every time we discovered something new. The old plaques under the roof are amazing, lots of history.

Thank simivalley1699
Reviewed 2 days ago

Chapel bridge is what you'll probably see on every postcard of Lucerne. The bridge was built centuries ago but was destroyed recently due to a fire and has been reconstructed. The peculiarity of this bridge is that whilst most other bridges cross the water bodies...More

Thank Traveleator
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you stop in the City Center in Lucerne, take a walk by the river and you will find The Chapel Bridge. It is a beautiful, old wooden bridge that crosses the Reuss River. Flowers hang in baskets on both sides. Look up at the...More

Thank Terri S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It is a lovely place to walk along. Make sure you look up and see the paintings. It is easily accessible to everyone.

Thank lorraine164
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The Chapel Bridge is one of the prettiest bridges I have walked across. It is a beautiful wooden covered bridge. It is a must see if visiting Lucerne.

Thank Tgerardi
Reviewed 4 days ago

My wife and I were in Luzern in June of 2017. The Chapel Bridge is of course a must see when in the city. It provides for an interesting and relaxing walk and great views. Highly recommended.

Thank SNPH
Reviewed 4 days ago

Travelling through Lucerne one cannot miss the wonderful Chapel Bridge. Lots of flowers hanging along the bridges two sides lika a garden on a river. Built of sturdy wood and with wonderful paintings and sayings in the ceiling. This bridge is a true gem!.Go see...More

Thank sol5an
Reviewed 4 days ago

It is the most famous and oldest bride made of wood over lake luzern. The bride is decorated with flowers, you will see there are swans and other birds flying around. You can take a walk and feel the bride. See the history shown inside...More

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coannthomas
30 May 2015|
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No cost. You can walk through w/out any issues.
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susanregi
28 March 2015|
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Response from AndiTravelalot |
It is open all year and free of charge.
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Sajan I
4 February 2015|
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Response from calena67 | Reviewed this property |
It was built in 1333 then rebuilt in 1993 after a fire
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