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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
25 April 2019
Lausanne in festival mood
Lausanne is a lively town that holds its own against its German-speaki...
21 February 2019
The train station area and Ouchy district
After visiting the Flon, Rôtillon and Cité districts, let’s set off to...
17 October 2018
Where to eat a fondue in Lausanne?
As soon as temperatures get cooler, a strange phenomenon takes place i...
27 July 2018
A visit to the Fondation de l’Hermitage
Lausanne, with Lake Geneva and the mountains in the background, could ...
22 May 2018
A visit to the Olympic Museum
What could be more logical, in the Olympic Capital, than to visit the ...
27 March 2018
A visit to the zoology museum
Snakes, exotic birds, rare fish, raptors and even a shark: strange bea...
05 March 2018
7 essential things to see in Lausanne
Feeling like a change of scenery for the weekend? To unwind and see so...
29 January 2018
The Cité Quarter
The Cité is Lausanne’s historical quarter, and the location of small t...
16 January 2018
Kathryn Bradney’s Lausanne
Kathryn Bradney, former principal dancer and ballet master of the Béja...
13 November 2017
An afternoon of discoveries at Aquatis
Aquatis, the largest freshwater aquarium in Europe, has just opened in...
20 October 2017
The Rôtillon neighbourhood
The Rôtillon neighbourhood: small colourful buildings and alleys from ...
06 September 2017
The Flon district
Animated by day and by night, the Flon is the meeting place for Lausan...
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