Excursion: Brother Klaus at Flüeli-Ranft

The birthplace, cell and chapel of St. Nicholas of Flüe, "Brother Klaus", is located 45 miles northeast of Lucerne near the small town of Flüeli. A path leads from Flüeli to the nearby Ranft Gorge where the 15th-century farmer and town councilor secluded himself after sacrificing his career and... more

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Excursion: Lake Lucerne Cruise

Lucerne and its neighboring Swiss villages are even more picturesque when seen from the water. SGV lines serve over thirty lakeside destinations on... more

Excursion: Lake Lucerne Cruise
St. Matthäuskirche (St. Matthew Church)

St. Matthäuskirche (St. Matthew Church)

One of only two Protestant churches in Lucerne, St. Matthäus was the first, built in 1848 in a neo-Gothic style. Richard Wagner was married here. more

Excursion: Brother Klaus at Flüeli-Ranft

The birthplace, cell and chapel of St. Nicholas of Flüe, "Brother Klaus", is located 45 miles northeast of Lucerne near the small town of Flüeli. A path leads from Flüeli to the nearby Ranft Gorge where the 15th-century farmer and town councilor secluded himself after sacrificing his career and family for a life of fasting and contemplation.

The birthplace, cell and chapel of St. Nicholas of Flüe, "Brother Klaus", is located 45 miles northeast of Lucerne near the small town of Flüeli.

Excursion: Lake Lucerne Cruise

Lucerne and its neighboring Swiss villages are even more picturesque when seen from the water. SGV lines serve over thirty lakeside destinations on trips ranging from brief commutes to half-day lunch cruises on motor boats or historic steamers.

Lucerne and its neighboring Swiss villages are even more picturesque when seen from the water.

St. Matthäuskirche (St. Matthew Church)

One of only two Protestant churches in Lucerne, St. Matthäus was the first, built in 1848 in a neo-Gothic style. Richard Wagner was married here.

One of only two Protestant churches in Lucerne, St. Matthäus was the first, built in 1848 in a neo-Gothic style.