The Old Town of Lucerne, on the right bank of the Reuss, still jam numerous old burghers' homes and little squares with wellsprings. A portion of the timber-surrounded structures circumscribing the stone roads are painted in splendid hues, giving the Altstadt a tall tale air. In the Kornmarkt is the Altes Rathaus, the Old Town Hall, worked in 1602-06 in Italian Renaissance style however bested by an exceptionally run of the mill Swiss hipped rooftop. The abutting tower dates from the fourteenth century. West of the Kornmarkt is the beautiful Weinmarkt with a Late Gothic wellspring. In the Kapellplatz is the most seasoned church in Lucerne, St. Subside's house of prayer, inherent 1178 yet remodeled to its present structure in the eighteenth century. The Old Town is a delightful spot to walk, particularly on the off chance that you tail a portion of the tight side avenues.