Comfort Hotel Des Voyageurs

Rue Grand Saint Jean 19, Lausanne, Vaud, 1003, Switzerland
Hotel Des Voyageurs
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Arriving in Lausanne in March 1st week. best options to cover nearby places in 3-4 days

by mng123

We will be flying in & out of Zurich in March and will be travelling to Lausanne for work. We have 3-4 days of sightseeing and were wondering which are the places we could cover during this time.
Our 1st cut for the list included Interlaken, Jungfrau, Lucerne.
Given the winter season, would these places be feasible for 3 days sightseeing in March? Will it be too cold??

Thanks a ton, Eagerly looking forward for suggestions.

Re: Arriving in Lausanne in March 1st week. best options to cover nearby places in 3-4 days

by Nuclei

Well, you are going to best place on earth (so far I have seen) so you do not need to worry about sightseeing. Olympic Museum is nice in Lausanne, Geneva is quite close to Lausanne with interesting sites such as CERN, Bern old city is UNESCO listed, Lucerne is nature wonder, Zurich is good for shopping (but expensive), Basel nothing much to see.

Re: Arriving in Lausanne in March 1st week. best options to cover nearby places in 3-4 days

by Zvrlj

See Chillon, if you are interested in such things.

Travel Tips for Lausanne

La Cite (The Old Town)

by vanessadb

La Cite, the old town of Lausanne, is my favourite part of the city. On the highest hill of Lausanne, it is also the oldest section of Lausanne, where the Cathedral is and the medieval buildings and pedestrians streets are. While strolling around this area, I always feel like I have suddenly jumped to the 12th or 13th century....


by sue_stone

When I think of Switzerland, I think of mountains, cows with bells, and chocolate! This country is a chocolate lovers paradise. Not only are there numerous speciality chocolate shops to browse and shop in, but pop into any supermarket, food hall, tourist shop etc and you will be confronted by a massive display of tasty Swiss chocolatey goodness.

I have a soft spot for Lindt chocolate, and didn't bore of looking at the large selection on offer. I may have sampled a few varieties you can't seem to buy in the UK, and bought a few blocks home too. We did taste some other brands of Swiss chocolate, but none of them compared to my precious Lindt.

My favourite purchase was a blue Lindt tin with a picture of the Matterhorn on the top, which was filled with chocolate. I bought it at a souvenir shop in Zermatt, expecting that I paid way too much for it. I saw the exact same tin at the Geneva airport on our way home, and it was double the price that I had paid! Lesson for the day - souvenir shops aren't always a rip off.

Take a day trip to CHATEAU...

by Tolik

Take a day trip to CHATEAU GRUYERES. The 15th - 17th century houses in the main street are statutorily protected as ancient monuments.
The gravel path around the castle and short walk downhill to the right of the main street provide some relief from souvenir shops and bring majestic mountains a little closer.

Musee de l'Hermitage

by e-katarina

This museum is set in an old residence in the upper part of town. It is surounded with gardens and woods and is not only a beautiful place in itself but also offers an untakable look onto the lake.

The museum houses different kinds of exhibits from different epochs. Usually painting, you'll also find sculpture exhibits or even cultural. Check what's on when you are there with the tourism office.

Whether on your way out of the museum or during your strole around the gardens, stop off at the little restaurant-patio opposite the museum's entrance for a nice cup of tea and a freshly made cake.

Neuchatel (I&V)

by Zvrlj

If one is settled in Lausanne, probably the best choice for a day-trip, excluding places on the shores of Lake Geneva – is Neuchatel. Located on the Lake Neuchatel, the largest lake entirely in Switzerland, this small city is part of French-speaking-Switzerland. From Lausanne it can be reached by train, in no more than an hour. Although Neuchatel has much to offer, it is not very spacious, and one who is willing to explore the city in the running-style – will see a lot and have a great day.

The highlights of our visit to Neuchatel were Chateau, Collegiale – Collegiate Church, Musee d'Art et d'Histoire – Museum of Art and History… but the whole Old Town, of which the most is pedestrian zone – is beautiful.


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