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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Historical bridge with paintings on every triangular roof truss, truly inspired. The architecture and engineering of the bridge is amazing, as is the crowds all staring up to the roof taking photos. If you need to cross to the other side in a hurry don't walk this bridge.
Less famous than Chapel bridge, but very fascinating. Have a look at the painting on the roof...very beautiful!
Interesting brixge1. Loved the stroll thru the city.
Very nice historical bridge. Every few meters you can find a historical painting above your head. These paintings can be a real touristic magnet. Therefore it can happen that the bridge is overcrowded with tourists taking photos and obstructing the flow. If you want to cross the Reuss calmly you should use the Reussbrücke right next to it.
Lucerne is beautiful. Had an amazing trip with my friend and partner.
Beautiful old Bridge, a piece of history, still standing and in daily use.
In my opinion more interesting than chapel bridge