Chapel Bridge, Lucerne - 2020 (Photos & Reviews)

About Chapel Bridge

Kapellbrucke, also called Chapel Bridge, is one of the most impressive attractions in the Swiss town of Lucerne. It is a covered wooden bridge standing across the Reuss river, built in the 14th century, and is considered to be the oldest wooden bridge in Europe until it was destroyed in a fire in 1993.

The Chapel Bridge was restored by rebuilding it to its original elegance, which features 100 pictures hanging from the rafter, depicting life in Lucerne during the 17th century. Along with a 13th-century water tower Wasserturm, once a part of the city fortification. Kapellbrucke is a landmark site in Lucerne and the most photographed as well, which gives it a spot on the list of places to see in Lucerne.

Best time to Visit- June - September
Entry fee- Free
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