Study in Luzern, Switzerland



Study in Luzern, Switzerland

Lucerene, Switzerland (German name Luzern) is one of Switzerland’s larger towns, and one of the largest in the hilly central region abutting the Swiss Alps. It is known for being an extremely beautiful city with classic architecture and an inspiring backdrop of snow-capped mountains. Because of its proximity to the Alps, it is a popular base of operations for adventurers, hikers, mountaineers, and skiers, but it also has much to offer to long-term visitors who may come to work or study in the city.
 
One of the things that makes Switzerland such a popular destination for work and study is its central location in Europe. From Switzerland, it’s easy to get to destinations as diverse as Germany, France, Italy, and Austria, as well as more far-flung places such as Greece, Spain, the U.K., and Scandinavia. This advantage is magnified by living in the country’s main transportation hubs, of which Lucerne is one of the main examples. The city is well-connected to the Swiss train system, known for its efficiency and reliability, so getting out of town on a weekend or during a school break is as easy as buying a ticket.
 
Within the city of Lucerene, there are many good ways of getting from place to place. If you are in decent shape, walking is an ideal option. The city is dotted with beautiful buildings in the classic Alpine architectural style, and views of the nearby mountains and across the water can be had throughout the town. During most seasons, the weather is mild enough to permit walking or bicycling. If you are in a hurry or weighed down with bags, there’s also a bus service available that covers nearly all areas of Lucerne. The city is fairly compact, though, so walking usually will not be a problem.
 
Lucerne is filled with famous and photogenic attractions that will be more than enough to occupy the time of even a long-term visitor such as a student or foreign employee. The Chapel Bridge in Lucerne, for example, is thought to be the oldest covered bridge in Europe, having been constructed in the 14th century. There are also numerous world-class museums and monuments, not to mention the Lion of Lucerne, a mournful statue commemorating the death of a number of Swiss guards during the French Revolution. If you’re lucky enough to be in Lucerne during early spring, you can catch the Carnival, which occurs just before Lent each year. The event includes music, dancing, elaborate costumes, masks, and plenty of beer in Lucerne’s many bars.
 
Another major advantage of life in Lucerne is the safety and tranquility of safety. It is one of the safest cities in one of the safest countries in the world, and the friendliness of its people and helpful professionalism of its police force cannot be topped. Of course, common-sense rules still apply, but the chances that you will be taken advantage of as a foreigner are extremely slim. This is part of what makes Lucerne so attractive not only to tourists but also to students and working adults.