LGKMYTitlis should be included in Switzerland itinerary for the first timer. a short train ride (45 minutes) from Lucern to Engelberg, Titlis offers magnificent views especially during winter. If you have more time, spend a night at one the resorts/hotels in Engelberg.
01234567890liLion monument is designed by the Danish sculptor, bateer David tovar, sen, and in the natural rock carving out of a great lion like dying, to commemorate on August 10, 1792, to protect the family of the French king Louis xvi of safe and sacrifice 786 loyal Swiss mercenaries. Image dying lion lion monument is engraved on a shallow holes, a dying lion with an expression of sorrow and pain, feebly prostrate on the floor, a long sharp arrow struck deeply into his back, his front PAWS and hold the broken spear and shield, the shield respectively symbolize the Swiss cross badge on vetiver iris markers and the French royal family.
E25***38The Chapel Bridge was built in 1333 and was originally built for the defense of Lucerne. The bridge body is brown, and the top of the bridge is painted red. Inside the covered bridge are about 120 paintings about the history of Lucerne painted in the 17th century. Unfortunately, most of the Cabel Bridge was destroyed in a fire in 1993 due to a ship collision accident. It was quickly rebuilt and restored to its original appearance. There is a 140-foot-high octagonal water tower (Wasserturm) in the middle of the bridge, built of bricks. This water tower was originally used as a prison, torture, observation deck and vault. Now every early summer, geraniums are planted outside the wooden bridge.
01234567890liLucerne (lucerne) bright and beautiful, as early as the 19th century, the poet Goethe, queen Victoria and composer Richard Wagner had deeply taste the beauty of it. Since then, lucerne is rushed to the resort famed the world. Today, it is still beautiful. Urban tourist attractions is concentrated in the old town hall, the surrounding area such as old town hall was built in the 17th century, the symbol of lucerne cabell bridge and in the 17th century Jesus church and other attractions. You can remain in the medieval flavor of the old, round art galleries and museums, if I had more time, might as well go to visit the museum of the lake and or sunbathing in lake, in repose to lucerne beauty deeply imprinted in my heart.
It’s a Great campsite that is one of the few we found that was well set up for camping. We visited the Aareschlucht gorge on a chilly day - some sunshine, but mostly chilly cloud. But it was a trip well worth the small effort to get there. AARESCHLUCHT is AMAZING