While in Lausanne, attendees are able to explore a variety of activities, attractions and breathtaking local sights and flavours, all on your doorstep. Be it the glacial plateau of Les Diablerets or the Lavaux vineyards, a UNESCO World Heritage site, a host of unique team-building experiences are just a stone’s throw away.
Lausanne City Tour
To enjoy the best sightseeing experiences that Lausanne has to offer, a variety of guided city tours are available to you, organised either by the partners of the Tourist Office or by yourself.
The Olympic Museum & the Olympic Park
Experience the Olympic spirit in action through this ultra-modern, interactive facility featuring over
150 screens and 1,500 objects that reveal the many faces of the Games from antiquity to today.
Lavaux vineyards & wine tasting
Discover the most spectacularly steep terraced vineyards, a UNESCO World Heritage site, that overlook Lake Geneva, not forgetting to taste the fine local wines on offer in an authentic cellar.
30’ from Lausanne
Chaplin’s World Museum
Set in Charlie Chaplin’s former house in Vevey, the Manoir de Ban, built in 1840, provides an informative and immersive insight into the work and life of one of the most iconic names in film.
Chillon Castle cruise & tour
This 12th century architectural jewel located on a rock on the shore of Lake Geneva near Montreux is easily reached by the Belle Epoque paddle steamer, and makes for a truly unforgettable visit.
Chocolate train & Cailler chocolate factory
For a touch of sweetness, there is no better experience than a visit to the Cailler-Nestlé Chocolate
Factory. Set in beautiful scenery, there is a possibility to organise a chocolate workshop at the factory, and of course taste the world-famous Swiss chocolate.
1h from Lausanne
This excursion will take you through the famous Watch Valley, along the Swiss Jura Arc, which is the primary location of the Swiss watchmaking industry. Here, you’ll be able to discover the know-how and accuracy of our watchmakers, with the possibility to visit several industry-specific museums.
Gruyères medieval village & cheese factory
This historic medieval town with its famous romantic castle is a must-see destination and the only place to discover all the secrets of the delicious Gruyère cheese.
Year-round snow and breathtaking views of the Alps’ most stunning summits await visitors to this unique attraction. For those more adventurous, the world’s highest summer bobsleigh track and the only suspension bridge between two peaks await.