By far the most touching of the 19th-century sights that lured so many British to Lucerne is the Lion Monument. Lukas Ahorn carved this...
The Gletshcergarten houses a strip of rock bearing the scars (including huge potholes) inflicted on it by the glacier that slid over it...
On the northern side of Seebrücke, SNG rents out pedalos (from Sfr30 per hour) and small motor boats (from Sfr57 per hour) and offers...
With a steel-and-concrete minimalist design, Loft attracts young, glammed-up hipsters. DJs play Latin, hip-hop and urban sounds.
Our favourite Italian job, this family-run, retro-style paninoteca is a relaxed spot to refuel on yummy panini such as roast beef and...
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Lonely Planet review
Edouard Castres’ painstakingly detailed depiction of the Franco–Prussian War of 1870–71, a 1100-sq-metre circular painting of miserable-looking troops and civilians, is brought to life by a moving narrative (also in English). Recent renovations have provided retail space, cinemas, a library and a good-sized cafe-bar.