Bridges of Lucerne - Lucerne has two famous and beautiful medieval bridges, Kapellbrucke and Speuerbrucke.
The Lion Monument - Described as the saddest piece of rock in the world, the poignant Lion Monument was carved out of natural rock in 1821. The monument is dedicated to the 726 Swiss guards who lost their lives in the French Revolution.
Pilatus Kulm - Make your way to the top of this mountain overlook near Lucerne by foot, cable-car, or the world's steepest cogwheel railway. Amazing views await you at the top.
Swiss Transportation Museum - This lakefront museum has trains, planes and automobiles and includes an IMAX theater and Swissorama, a 20-minute, 360º film that whizzes you around the sights of Switzerland as if you were travelling by air, sea, road and foot.
Water Tower - Lucerne's trademark, this 34 meter octagonal tower was built around 1300 as part of the city wall. It has been an archive, a treasury, a prison and a torture chamber.