Seeli, 6377 Seelisberg, Switzerland
A small lake surrounded by serene views all around, It is located in Uri canton of Switzerland. During the summer season, the temperature of the lake water is favorable for pleasant swimming. However, bathing is allowed only in its beach area situated at its north end. The lakeshore is a popular camping site and boats are also available on hire.
Attractions near Seeli
The Niederbauen-Chulm is a mountain of the Urner Alps, overlooking Lake Lucerne in Central Switzerland. Its 1,923 metre high summit is located on the border between the cantons of Nidwalden and Uri.
Rütli is a mountain meadow on Lake Lucerne, in the Seelisberg municipality of the Swiss canton of Uri. It is the site of the Rütlischwur in traditional Swiss historiography, the oath marking the foundation of the original Swiss Confederacy. As such it is treated as a national monument of Switzerland. Since 1860, the Schweizerische Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft has organized a celebration at the site on Swiss National Day, since 1994 recognized as a public holiday.
The Schillerstein, also known under the name Mythenstein, is a striking boulder about 20 meters high that protrudes from the water at the entrance to Lake Uri, the southernmost basin of Lake Lucerne. It is located opposite Brunnen between the Treib and the Rütli and is only accessible from the water. It is one of the most attractive parts of Uri.
The Oberbauenstock is a mountain of the Urner Alps, overlooking Lake Lucerne in Central Switzerland. Its 2,117-metre-high summit is located on the border between the cantons of Nidwalden and Uri. It is one of the beautiful places in this area and it also offers some stunning views of this area.
At Tellsplatte, 3 kilometers south of Sisikon, the place where, according to the legend, William Tell jumped overboard during a storm, when transferred by boat to the bailiff Gessler's jail. An easy walk in a beautiful landscape to Tell's Chapel, with nearby the biggest glockenspiel in Switzerland
A 35 km footpath was created around the southernmost part of Lake Lucerne to mark Switzerland’s 700th anniversary. The Path leads to historic sites pertaining to the Swiss Confederation. The path is divided into stages that are partially wheelchair-accessible and can be reached by ship or by train. Overnight stays are possible at the end of some of the trails.
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