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The Nine Towers

Museggmauer, Lucerne, Switzerland
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US$ 26.47*
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1.5-Hour Small-Group Nightwatchman Walk in Medieval Lucerne
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US$ 143.98*
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Day Trip from Zurich to Lucerne and Stanserhorn Including Funicular Railway...
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Museggmauer, Lucerne, Switzerland
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The walk toward, on, and into the tower was an all out sensory treat. You stroll from Old Town, shops, bars, cafe, through neighborhoods and all of sudden you look up to see these beautiful structures. One of the tower allows you to climb steep...More

Thank FunkGlee
Reviewed 1 week ago

The towers and wall aren't the first thing I think of with Luzern, but it was enormous fun climbing into some and walking along the wall. So many cities have old towns and are on lakes, but these are unique. Fun for kids and adults,...More

Thank susanmccallum
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is highly recommended visiting The Nine Towers. It is just waling distance. You even can walk up to the top of one of towers and view Luzcern. My kids were attracted by the clock tower as it showed all mechanic parts.

Thank GaryL0505
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stroll, photograph, think your thoughts along these medieval walls. Great views of mountains, the city and fresh air. Walk part of it on a hot day, lots to see and enjoy.

Thank beetcanner
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful place to visit very quiet in the middle Lucerne. You can walk and enjoy the nature while learning about the most antique watch in Lucerne.

Thank Jairo G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visiting and climbing the various open towers was a wonderful way to spend an hour or two while in Lucerne. I think that it is very interesting to actually see the medieval methods of protection and communication. There is a section of the towers where...More

Thank Jenny P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Be prepared for a little up hill hike to the towers. Once you reach the towers you can go up inside them for a wonderful view of the lake or Lucerne itself. The towers that were open were re-done with new wood supports and nice...More

Thank george b
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The towers and the old city wall that links them make for a lovely walk just five minutes away from the tourist heavy centre and old town. If you feel that you need a break from the hustle and bustle then this is the best...More

Thank Ignimbrite
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The walk up,the hill to get to the first tower can be a challenge in itself but take your time and enjoy the scenery. Once there there is about 100 steps over 5 levels to reach the top, but again take your time and it...More

Thank Moonbeam59
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's possible to walk along the wall in between the towers. You'll need to hike up to them, but it's doable for anyone reasonably fit. I was happy to see Luzern from above.

Thank 2acorns
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