Musegg Wall

Luzern

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Luzern, Hausberg Pilatus

Luzern

Luzern

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Zug

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Zug

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

Stadt Luzern, Kasernenplatz

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Luzern

A2 / A14 Rotsee Richtung Luzern

Dampfschiff Vierwaldstättersee, Luzern

Dampfschiff Vierwaldstättersee, Luzern

Kapellbrücke Luzern

Kapellbrücke Luzern

Vignes

Vignes

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Luzern Hafen, Landungsbrücke 3 der SGV

Mount Pilatus Panorama

Mount Pilatus Panorama

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

A2 Luzern-Kriens / Luzern-Süd Richtung Basel

The celebrated city walls with their nine towers form part of the historic fortifications built around Lucerne from the 13th century, and are mostly very well preserved.

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Four of the Musegg Towers are open to the public; the Zytturm in particular is well worth a visit, for it houses the city’s oldest clock, built in 1535 by one Hans Luter. It enjoys the privilege of striking the hour a minute before all the city’s other clocks.

From the three publicly accessible towers you can enjoy a beautiful view over the city of Lucerne, the surrounding mountains and the lake.

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