Switzerland is known for excellence in business, hospitality, tourism and culinary arts management education. This excellence is based on the teaching methodology of combining theory with hands-on practice, whereby the emphasis is placed on the development of the whole student.
The quality of life in Switzerland, its cultural and linguistic diversity, as well as its location in the center of Europe, have made the country attractive to those interested in launching a career in the global business, hospitality, tourism and culinary arts industry.
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Switzerland is perfectly situated in the center of Europe, bordered by France, Germany, Austria, Italy and Liechtenstein, and is an internationally recognized destination for students seeking top-quality education in Business Management, Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts.
City of Lucerne
Lucerne (Luzern in German, Lozärn in Swiss-German) is a beautiful small city which sits on the shores of Lake Lucerne in the heartland of Switzerland.
Lucerne has stunning mountain views, lovely old town streets, and plenty of things to do if you’re into outdoors and hiking.
The first city to join the Swiss Confederation, today Lucerne is a lovely city with a thriving tourism industry, owing mainly to its status as a gateway to Central Switzerland.
The city is a centre of Swiss history and legend.
The Chapel Bridge – the Chapel Bridge was built in 14th century to aid in the protection of the city
The Spreuer Bridge – or Chaff Bridge, is the other surviving wooden footbridge in central Luzern
The Lion Monument – it is a sculpture designed by Bertel Thorvaldsen
The old city wall – a part of the rampart walls built in 1386; the wall is still almost entirely intact
Alpineum – a museum and diorama dedicated to the Alps
Bourbaki Panorama – A circular panoramic painting
Glacier Garden – the main focus is the dramatic carving of the rock bed by glaciers and information related to it, but this also features a museum of curiosities and a mirror maze.
Lucerne Culture and Congress Centre – is a spectacular building that contains several concert halls and the Lucerne Art Museum.
Swiss Museum of Transport – has a large collection of trains, planes, automobiles, and motorcycles
Lucerne Art Museum
The Rosengart Collection – well over 200 works by 23 artists of early modernism, including 125 works of Paul Klee and about 50 by Pablo Picasso
The Richard Wagner Museum
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