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Lausanne Montreux Congress
Lausanne Montreux Congress (LMC) is the extension and the expression o...
24 July 2020
Hikes and walks starting from Lausanne
Are you looking for a real dose of nature, vast expanses of green mead...
4 exhibitions to be seen now
A selection of typical restaurants and brasseries, some around a hundred years old, offering local and Swiss specialities.
Brasserie Le Cygne
Brasserie du Cygne in Lausanne’s lively Chauderon quarter has served g...
Restaurant at the public open air swimming pool, grill dishes and fish...
Auberge de l'Abbaye de Montheron
At the Auberge de l’Abbaye de Montheron, you travel back in time but y...
La Pinte Besson
Pinte Besson is in a lively downtown quarter of Lausanne near Place de...
Café du Vieil Ouchy
Café du Vieil Ouchy is one of the historic sidewalk restaurants in Ouc...
Chalet-des-Enfants is one of Lausanne’s top gourmet addresses. It offe...
Café du Grütli
Café du Grütli is at the beginning of the paved pedestrian street call...
Café Romand is one of the historical Vaudois brasseries. It is on Plac...
Brasserie Le Vaudois
This traditional restaurant on Place de la Riponne in Lausanne has exi...
Café de Grancy
At the Boulevard de Grancy, under the train station, come and discover...
Le P'tit Lausannois
A stone throw from the Place de la Riponne, this restaurant offers ref...
Le Chalet Suisse
Le Chalet Suisse above Lausanne is a lovely getaway out in the green. ...
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