Ryusen is a famous tourist city in Switzerland, with a large number of foreign tourists. Lyusen Lake is located in the center of the city, also known as the Four Forest State Lake. The water flows into the Royce River, dividing the city into two parts: the new city and the old city. Wihelm Tell, a national hero in Swiss history, was born on the beautiful banks of Lake Ryukyu. There are famous Capelwood Bridge and Octagonal Tower on the reach of the Lois River. There are several famous cruise boat sightseeing paths on the lake. Sitting on a cruise ship, you can enjoy traditional Swiss cuisine and overlook the snowy Tilles Mountain, the highest peak in central Switzerland. By the lake, there is a lion monument carved on natural rocks. The lion, 10 meters long and 3 meters tall, falls to the ground in pain. The broken spear is stuck in his shoulder. Next to it is a shield with the Swiss national emblem. It tells the history of Switzerland and is a symbol of the loyalty and perseverance of the Swiss people. There is also the Mussenger Wall, known as the Great Wall of Switzerland. There are nine towers on the wall. Three towers are open to the public. From this, people can climb the wall and overlook the whole old city. Ryusen's most famous tourist product is Swiss watches. Almost all Swiss watches are sold here. The city is small, suitable for leisure walking.
Ryusen is like a jewel in my heart. I have seen too many pictures of Ryusen Lake in my circle of friends, leaving an impression of the cool beauty full of aristocratic temperament. But when we arrived here on early summer's Saturday, we were faced with the beautiful wind and sunshine, full of charming beauty. Under the scenery of lakes and mountains, Ryusen accepted the first handful of clear water from the Alps. The Saturday fair near the lake is full of vitality of European market life. Boating on the lake, roaming the bridge, sighing God's love for this land, the only thing left is a little praise!
Lake Ryusen is the fourth largest lake in Switzerland and the largest lake in Switzerland. This is a quiet and blue place, elegant white swans in groups of 35, peaceful and comfortable as a paradise. Sitting down by the lake and having a cup of coffee and beer is a great enjoyment! You can also go to the lake by boat, there will be greater harvest! In addition, don't feed the swans and ducks in the lake, which will affect the wild nature of the swans and ducks, and will be fined if found.
Located in central Switzerland, Lake Ryusen is the birthplace of the Swiss Confederation and the largest lake in Switzerland. The winding shoreline of the lake produces many branches, linking the city of Lucerne with the surrounding peaks, thus creating many beautiful scenery. There are many large cruise ships on Lake Ryusen. There are different sightseeing routes for tourists to choose to appreciate the poetic and picturesque flavor of Lake Ryusen. There are many beautiful buildings along the shore of Ryusen Lake. Swans and waterbirds circle and play in the lake. The lake's water color reflects the distant snow mountains and the beautiful scenery of the city, which makes people linger and forget to return.
Ryusen is a very quiet city. It's beautiful and loves it very much. Buy a ticket to Lake Ryusen and you can take a cruise to see the beautiful lights of Lake Ryusen. The tickets need to be booked. There are different operating companies. Located in central Switzerland, Lake Ryusen is the fourth largest lake in Switzerland and the largest lake in Switzerland.
Lake Ryusen (Lake Lucerne). The lake's zigzag shape and surrounding mountains constitute a typical "lake scenery" scenic spot, attracting a large number of tourists to visit. Ludwig Rellstab, a music critic, once described the hazy atmosphere of the first movement of Beethoven's "Piano Sonata 14" as the moonlight of Lake Lucerne, which gave the title "moonlight" to the song, although it was not Beethoven's intention. The story of Beethoven playing the piano to the blind girl in "Moonlight Song" is fictional. )
Located in central Switzerland, Lake Ryusen is the fourth largest lake in Switzerland and the birthplace of the Swiss Confederation. The lake covers an area of 114 square kilometres, with a maximum length of 38 kilometres and a maximum depth of 214 metres. Clear meltwater from snow mountains can be directly drinkable. The lake is beautiful, and its water is clear (it is said that the lake water can basically be drunk directly). The mountains, snow peaks, swans, churches, buildings and bridges on the lake are all part of the beautiful lake. Because of this beautiful lake, the ancient lakeside city of Ryusen has the nickname "Lakeside Paris" and has become the most famous resort in Switzerland and the most popular lakeside resort in Europe. The last two pictures are the lake view outside our hotel in the suburb of Ryusen. There is a Ryusen resort camp beside the lake. The lake scenery here is more quiet.
The lake is clear and clear. This is a clean and orderly country, making the wind blowing through Switzerland seem particularly fresh. Looking back at the flowers and birds, looking back at the grass, looking up at the sky like water, bowing the lake like a mirror. The beautiful Liushen Lake is clear and charming.
Located in central Switzerland, Lake Ryusen is the fourth largest lake in Switzerland and the largest lake in Switzerland. The lake is very clear, standing by the lake quietly watching the wild swans and mandarin ducks play in the lake, very pleasant. It's also a good choice to take a boat tour of Liushen Lake. The blue sky is inlaid with white clouds, the snow mountain is set off with clear water, the lake and the mountains are beautiful.
Thousands of words are pale, Switzerland is really too! Beauty! Good! Now! The water and air of Lake Ryusen are clear and fresh. Nearby, there are white swans full of fearless animals, surrounded by mountains in the distance. It's so pleasant and unforgettable to watch the sunset on a cruise ship.