Stories from the Lake Lucerne Region. Stories about people who shape our region. We invite you on an exciting journey to discover and experience the diversity of the Heart of Switzerland.
Follow in the footsteps of Joseph Mallord William Turner, master of English Romanticism: the British artist painted a great deal in the Lake Lucerne region. Opening in July, an exhibition at the Museum of Art Lucerne shows how he saw the Rigi in the 19th century: colourful, shimmering, mysterious.
Willisauer Ringli – rock-hard, popular and famous. These traditional biscuits may only be produced in Willisau – that’s what a court of law determined in the 1940s. And did you know that you shouldn’t bite into a Willisauer Ringli, but break it with your elbow and let it dissolve on your tongue?
Inspired by swallows, which use loam for their nests, in 2014 the Swiss Ornithological Institute in Sempach built a cutting-edge Minergie-P and eco-certified loam house on Luzernerstrasse. Find out what it means to be born as a bird in Switzerland.
The milk from the Entlebuch water buffalo is mainly used for the production of buffalo mozzarella. The buffalo milk from the Renggli farm is processed in the modern Marbach Alpine dairy.