Of course you can’t miss it but go and walk around as the historical town is really pretty and no mass tourists in May 2020!
A must do if you visit Lucerne. Small amounts of construction being done on the bridge where it met the shoreline while we were there, but still accessible at all times of the day or night. Restaurants and a small farmers market lined the shoreline on either side by day & it was…
Visited the chapel bridge during our honeymoon enroute to the Swiss alps. There are no closure times that I recall, so you can visit any time to capture some amazing photos! Restaurants are dotted all along the lake and bridge from fine dining to quick easy snacks.
I can't tell you how many times I've waked across this bridge, dozens at least. The bridge is well maintained and affords great views of the lake, mountains and the city.
The covered Chapel Bridge was built in 1365 as part of the cities fortifications. It is not only famous for its length, but also the incredible paintings under the roof of the walkway. Painted triangular frames tell different tales of the city's rich history. Spanning the…