We only had time for a brief stop-over in Luzern on our way back to the airport, but I was definitely left wanting more.
The covered bridge (or Kapellbrücke from the German for Chapel Bridge) was built in 1333 and is 204m (670ft) long.
Inside the bridge are a series of painting from the 17th century depicting events from Luzern's history. A disastrous fire in 1993 destroyed of the bridge and the many of these paintings. The bridge was quickly rebuilt and the paintings replaced by others of a similar era.
The Wasserturm (Water Tower) adjoining the bridge has had many uses including a prison, a torture chamber, a watchtower, a treasury and a guild hall.
Mountains, Lakes, the old covered bridge and trolleybusses. What more could you ask for?