Situated in the far west of the conurbation (the Chamberonne river borders the districts of Ecublens and St-Sulpice, home to Lausanne University and the Federal Institute of Technology), Bourget Park provides the only natural Lake Geneva shoreline on Lausanne territory.
This park, with a bathing-accessible lakeside shoreline more than a kilometre long, has a dual identity: from October to March you can walk alone in a spray-lashed, windswept environment, while between April and September the lawns are taken over by families and students, from sunrise until late at night.
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