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Steamboat for nice trips

From: #flymeto   |   Nov 21, 2015

Lucerne is one of the most beautiful Swiss cities, mainly due to its water wealth. It is located on the northwest shore of Lake Lucerne, between the Pilatus and Rigi mountains, and is also known for several drinking water fountains.

The Reuss River separates the Old and New parts of the city. Both parts are connected by historical bridges - Bridge of Vetniks and the oldest Chapel covered wooden bridge in the world with a water tower from the 14th century. The locals value it very much, so they take care of it. Its perimeter is lined with many blooming brightly colored flowers.

The city also boasts the oldest Baroque church in Switzerland and its 225 fountains. The most famous is the Carnival Fountain, where a spectacular carnival opens every year and throws into the crowd of oranges.

Steamboats are one of the largest active freshwater steam boats on Lake Lucerne. Take a ride with it too, it is a great experience! For example, head to the village of Beckenried, where you can rent a boat at the kayak rental and go to nearby Risleten for a waterfall.

However, you can also take the steamboat to Switzerland’s most visited transport museum in Lucerne. It offers lots of interactive features, especially for children. For example, they can test a car crash at 10 km / h, drive a racing formula on a simulator, fly a plane, ride a mini train and many other attractions.

You can also go to Lucerne, Switzerland, with your children, for which you will also save a lot of money for your flight ticket;

Pilatus, in particular, is a frequent tourist destination here. From the Alpine side you can reach the summit by the steepest cog railway in the world and from the Luzern side you can reach the panoramic gondola lift. The perfect experience will fascinate everyone, book your tickets now at unique prices and prepare a beautiful family holiday in the mountains for the whole family.


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