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Lausanne Montreux Congress
Lausanne Montreux Congress (LMC) is the extension and the expression o...
26 October 2020
The galleries of Le Flon
Le Flon, a former railway freight station and a district with a dubiou...
4 exhibitions to be seen now
Approximately 50 km from Lausanne, Gruyères is one of Switzerland's mo...
Overlooking Montreux, the Rochers-de-Naye (2,045 m) lookout area offer...
Montreux Oberland Bernois railway (MOB)
Leaving the town of Montreux, less than 30 km from Lausanne, MOB train...
The sections of the Tour
On the Grand Tour of Switzerland, the journey is the reward. This tour...
Place de Milan – Boulodrome
There are several forms of boules, the best known being pétanque. In L...
From the Flon footbridge
This time the lake and the Alps are absent from the panoramic view. In...
In the vicinity of Collège du Belvédère
This site offers a further ample overview of the lakeand on the Alps, ...
On the Languedoc hillside
In the heart of the urban area, discover a unique vineyard. Finish by ...
Place de la Louve
It connects the passage beneath the City Hall with a bridge over the r...
The Portes des Iris at Vullierens
Ideally located in the Morges hills, twenty minutes from Lausanne, the...
Place de la Madeleine
A peaceful interlude just 30 seconds from the hustle and bustle of the...
This is a quarter full of typical small bistros and craft shops. To th...
Located on the far north end of the City hill, the Château Saint-Maire...
Rue de Bourg
Until the beginning of the 19th century, the Rue de Bourg, which is a ...
Just on the outskirts of Lausanne, the Guillemin deer-park and playgro...
360° views open up multiple vistas from the top of this 35-metre-high ...
Place and Church Saint-François
This central town square is surrounded by impressive buildings which t...
Vallée de la Jeunesse
Rollerskaters can weave and speed for hundreds of yards without crossi...
Place de la Navigation
This large concourse, separated from the road by a basin marking the f...
Le Crêt de Montriond
Formed by an ancient glacial moraine, this hill offers a unique panora...
The grassy plain of Mauvernay with its surroundings woods, just a shor...
Castle of Vidy
Located in a magnificent lakeside park, this 18th - century castle wit...
Built entirely on a slope, the picturesque Rôtillon Quarter is one of ...
Espace Pierre de Coubertin
Name given to a portion of the Place de la Navigation inaugurated in M...
The beautiful 12th century Romanesque church beside the lake at this s...
The original theatre, conceived in 1805 as part of Lausanne’s new iden...
Saint-Laurent - Ale Street
All along the rue Pichard, the place St-Laurent and the Ale street - w...
Tour de l’Ale
Dating back to the 14th century, this tower is the last vestige of Lau...
Built in the middle of the 16th century, the Ancienne Académie housed ...
Saint-François square - Bourg street
It’s an area of chic, avant-garde boutiques: high-flying fashion, tren...
Bel-Air Tower and Salle Métropole
Built in 1932 by Alphonse Laverrière, Bel-Air Tower was based on the ...
This neighbourhood was planned in 1870, as a link between the station ...
Promenade de la Ficelle
It was the construction of the m2 metro that gave rise to this excepti...
Place de la Riponne
This square was created by covering over one river, the Louve, in 1838...
Pierre-de-Coubertin – Stadium
Pierre-de-Coubertin stadium, named after the founder of the modern Oly...
This magical spot, with its waterside animal park (cows, pigs, sheep, ...
Lausanne Railway Station
Owing to the quite distinct topography of the city, Lausanne’s first s...
Hotel Royal Savoy
Located between lake and city, the Royal Savoy 5 star hotel welcomes i...
Pavilion of the national exhibition
The National Exhibition of 1964, held in Lausanne, figured many pavili...
Built in 1901, the lakeside walk links the old port (1793) and the Hal...
With its belfry towering over the picturesque Place de la Palud, the i...
Promenade Jean-Jacques Mercier
It features three sumptuous Lausanne gardens, situated one after the o...
Home of the IOC's first secretariat, then administration of the first ...
Sous-Gare - Grancy
The neighbourhoods located between the Ouchy quays, by the lakeside, a...
Standing against the façade of Château Saint-Maire is the statue of ...
Place du Général Guisan
An unusual union between a head of the armed forces and a delicate ros...
In the centre of the square is the town’s oldest fountain, adorned wit...
Escaliers du Marché
The Escaliers du Marché staircase, a direct and steep route that runs ...
It may not be big, but it certainly requires plenty of work! A true sh...
Rowing clubs Vidy
Rowing is one of the many sports available in the lakeside city of Lau...
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