Spreuer Bridge (Spreuerbrucke), Lucerne

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The Spreuer Bridge (German: Spreuerbrücke, formerly also Mühlenbrücke) is one of two extant covered wooden footbridges in the city of Lucerne, Switzerland. Besides the other preserved bridge, the Kapellbrücke, a third bridge of this type – the Hofbrücke – existed in Lucerne, but was demolished in the 19th century.

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  • A beautiful reminder of their history, and it serves a purpose of connecting the two sides of the town.  more »
  • As the Chappell bridge this one offers a similar experience and is well worth the visit. For me the many painting under the rafters depicting Swiss history are the main attractions. Lucerne is lucky.....  more »
  • It's like a dream. It's beautiful. During the summers, there are a lot of these flies over the river. Make sure to keep covered and have an insect repellent handy
  • Lucerne is beautiful good mix of shops and places to eat. Also good to just walk around for a few hours.

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