Lake Lucerne, located in central Switzerland, is often visited by swans and other water fowl. The snow-capped mountains are reflected in the lake's clear blue waters. The lakeshore twists and turns, connecting the mountains of Lucerne with the surrounding mountains and outlining the beautiful scenery. Looking out from the pier, you can see the cathedral steeple, many uniquely shaped houses, large trees thatllook like mushroom clouds and red and white Swiss flags flying over the buildings, a beautiful bit of scenery.
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Lake Lucerne crossed four ancient Swiss states, Uri, and Schwyz (Schwyz, the German-speaking German name Schweiz originated here, built with Schwitz Charter Museum), Walden (Unterwalden)
Three rivers flow into Lake Lucerne, the Muota River flows in Brunnen, the Engelberger Aa River flows in Buochs, and the Sarner As River flows in Alpnachstad. There are roads around the lake. Despite the twists and turns of the road, the driving speed is slow, and some sections are in the tunnel. Steamships and passenger ships sail between towns along Lake Lucerne. Lake Lucerne is a very popular tourist destination both in the hearts of Swiss natives and among foreign tourists. There are many hotels and resorts on the lakeside. In addition, the Rtli grassland on the southeast coast of Lake Lucerne is the 1287 alliance of the Swiss Confederation.
The shoreline of the lake twists and turns, giving birth to many branches, connecting the city of Lucerne with the surrounding mountains. The lake has 114 square kilometers, the longest is 39 kilometers, the widest is 3 kilometers, the altitude is 434 meters, and the deepest is 214 meters. The total volume is 11.8 cubic kilometers. Many of the shorelines of the lake rise to 1,500 meters above sea level with cliffs and peaks, resulting in many beautiful scenery, including Mt. Rigi and Mt. Pilatus. Reuss River in Flelen (Uri, Uri)
Switzerland, a rich European country, has always been known for its beautiful scenery. It is also known as the country of mountains and lakes. The small Switzerland has thousands of lakes. It is an authentic land of thousands of lakes and is located in the tourist resort of Lucerne. Is one of the most famous ones.
The Lake Lucerne area around Lake Lucerne is the birthplace of the Swiss Confederation. One lake is connected to four states - Lucerne, Schwyz, Uri, Walden, so there are four forest states. The name of the lake. The Swiss national hero William Tell was born here.
Lake Lucerne is now one of Switzerland's most famous tourist attractions. Boat trips on Lakeside Pier Lake Lucerne are a must for visitors to Lucerne. On the boat, looking far away, the Alps are towering into the clouds, the mountains are green, and the Swiss-style villas stand on the lakeside, a pleasant scenery.
Such beautiful scenery, even Audrey Hepburn, who is known as the "angel falling into the mortal world", also chose to hold a wedding on the shores of Lake Lucerne and settled there for decades. A small mountaineering train that can be seen on a boat in the lake - it is said to be the steepest slope in Europe. Boats coming and going on the lake come and go. Because of the junction of several states, Lake Lucerne was a very important commodity transit area long ago.
The surface of Lake Lucerne is 114 square kilometers, with a maximum length of 39 kilometers, a maximum width of 3 kilometers and a depth of 214 meters. The volume can be ranked in the top five throughout Switzerland.