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Meander across the Chapel Bridge

Together with the octagonal water tower, this bridge is the most iconic landmark of Lucerne. It is also the oldest and, quite possibly, most famous wooden bridge in Europe. Afterwards, enjoy an exquisite lunch and a glass of fine wine at La Bonne Cave.

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Visit the KKL Culture and Convention Centre

Fancy a concert, a trip to the museum, some coffee and cake, perhaps a cocktail? The KKL Culture and Convention Centre on the shores of Lake Lucerne is always worth a visit.

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Take a cable car to the top of Mount Pilatus

If you want to get up Mount Pilatus, you can take a gondola lift, a cable car or an cogwheel train. Those who like a bit of adrenaline can steel their nerves at the rope park in summer or speed down the toboggan run in winter. Or did you come here to relax? Mount Pilatus also hosts a great Sunday brunch, fondues and grilled delicacies right from the “Tatar's hat”.

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Enjoy a feast at the town hall brewery

It is a truly historic location. Built around 1600, the listed town hall has since been turned into a brewery with its own restaurant. Sample a craft beer to go with a hearty sausage from the butchers of Lucerne or learn all about the traditional art of brewing during the 45-minute guided tour, which finishes with an apéro.

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Buy some chocolate

Don’t miss out on the delights offered at the “Max Chocolatier” chocolate maker. Its goods include hand-made chocolate and confectionery goods of the finest quality, heavenly pralines and chocolate truffles, and some veritable masterpieces of chocolate-making. It is a true magnet for chocoholics.

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