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Discover the City

Take new paths and get to know Lucerne from a different perspective.

Hirschmatt-Neustadt

Lucerne's trendy quarter to discover. The mixture of small shops and boutiques, galleries, restaurants, cinemas, bars, clubs, hotels and flats makes the Hirschmatt a lively and colourful quarter. Do you love opera, drama and dance? The Lucerne Theatre and the Small Theatre are located in this quarter and offer an exciting and varied programme.

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Bruchquartier

Lucerne's trendy district. The Bruchquartier is one of the most vibrant districts of Lucerne. In this lively residential quarter you will find culture, local crafts, bars and restaurants.
Visit the Treger boutique, for example. It is famous for its braces and tailor-made men's fashion. At Mimoa you can buy small, handmade everyday companions. The Madeleine, a trendy cultural location with a stage for comedy and concerts, is also at home in the Bruchquartier.

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Chapel Bridge

The Chapel Bridge is the landmark of Lucerne and with 202.90 meters, not only the oldest, but also the second longest old wooden covered bridge in Europe.

In 1993, the Chapel Bridge burnt down almost completely in a fire and was rebuilt in record time. This incident made the Chapel Bridge even more famous than it already was.

Distance from the hotel: about 1 min walking distance from the hotel, 100m

The Lion Monument

The Lion Monument is located in the centre of Lucerne and commemorates the Swiss Guardsmen who died in 1792 after the storm on the Tuileries Palace.

The allegory of the dying lion is carved directly into stone.

Distance from the hotel: about 15 min walking distance from the hotel, 1.2km

The Culture and Congress Center

The Culture and Congress Center (short KKL) was opened in 1998 with a concert by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

The concert hall is prized for its top-class acoustics and was built by architect Jean Nouvel. The optimum acoustics are achieved by the ratio of room height, width and length.

Distance from the hotel: about 5 min walking distance from the hotel, 400m