Packed with history and culture, Lausanne has a perfectly pretty center, buzzing with restaurants, cafés, markets and a number of neighborhoods with a character all of their own, from the converted warehouses of Flon to the independent boutiques around Rue de Bourg and the stylish shops and cafés of Grancy. Best of all is Lausanne’s range of outdoor attractions, thanks to its position next to Lake Geneva. When the city center shuts down on Sundays, head to Ouchy to swim, run, paddleboard or soak up the sun, or head up to bike around the leafy trails of Sauvebelin.
Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights Must See`s:
Lausanne Cathedral, Collection de l’Art Brut, Olympic Museum, Ouchy Promenade, Musée de l’Élysée, Place de la Palud,
Esplanade de Montbenon, Tour de Sauvabelin, Fondation de l’Hermitage, Parc de Mon Repos, Palais de Rumine, Escaliers du Marché, Rolex Learning Center, Lake Excursions, and so much more!
Switzerland is a pristine country of lakes, mountains and forests. The best known of the continent`s mountain ranges, the Alpine chain, runs through most of Switzerland and provides the majority of the country`s magnificent natural sights. In the summer, towns such as Interlaken become green mountain centers for walking and mountaineering, and there are few places more naturally beautiful in the whole of Europe. Zurich, Geneva, Bern and Lucerne are models of Swiss efficiency, offering a wealth of perfectly serene history. Less busy are the lakeside resorts, including fashionable Montreux on Lake Geneva.