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Geneva City Tour
"Geneva is a global city home to many international groups UN agency headquarters and other diplomatic organizations. On this brief city sightseeing tour your local tour guide will show you where many of these famous organizations are housed and introduce you to Geneva’s top sights like the Jet d'Eau on Lake Geneva.You’ll tour the city on a bus and go for a ride on a mini-train to get a taste of Geneva's history. Then
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Small-Group Geneva Segway Tour
"Choose from a morning or afternoon tour then head to your meeting point just along from Cornavin train station in central Geneva to meet your guide and hop aboard your Segway. A safe and efficient way of exploring the city Segways are pretty much the most fun you can have on two wheels! Begin your tour with a practice session to master the controls of your Segway then cruise off into Geneva with your guide. Head past local landmarks such as the Brunswick Monument and over the Bergues Bridge to the Old Town and enjoy the feeling of floating effortlessly through the city on your Segway. Spin along the narrow cobbled streets of the Old Town and admire pretty town squares babbling fountains and colorful flowerbeds. Visit Cathédrale de St-Pierre (St Pierre Cathedral) and the Reformation Wall — where significant events of the Protestant Reformation are honored — and gain insight into Geneva’s history. Head on through the Ol
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Geneva Parks and UN Segway Tour
"Choose from a morning or afternoon tour then head to Geneva city center to meet your guide and hop onto your 2-wheeled Segway. Take a moment or two to master the controls of your Segway in safety then spin off into the city to begin your tour. Admire the grand Brunswick Monument on your way to the banks of Lake Geneva then cruise along the water’s edge and take in panoramic views across the lake including the Jet d'Eau.Continue on through Geneva’s beautifully maintained parks and open spaces where majestic trees bow gracefully over colorful flowerbeds and discover the headquarters of some of the world’s major international organizations. The United Nations
From CHF129.00

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Lausanne Metro

It is uncommon to see the metro system in Switzerland City or Town, mostly trams. It was unexpected to see the metro line in Lausanne. It connects between the north and the south of the city and pass...
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Lausanne Railway Station

The Lausanne Railway Station is situated in the downtown Lausanne. It is well connected with the Lausanne - Geneva railway line to Geneva and the airport. It has a beautiful classical building could...
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Boats

Lausanne has a boat stop near Ouchy.which you can go to Geneva or Evian.Thonon Les bainson the french side of lac Leman.I suggest to take this boat in order to visit Evian ( famous Casino) and to...
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how to go there

Lausanne is 65km north of Geneva, 104km SW of Bern, 198km south of Basel, 226km SW of Zurich.By carWe drove to Lausanne from Geneva. Have in mind that most parking spaces are very expensive. Hopefully...
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how to move around

walkWe were staying outside the city so we had to use the car to get inside. Then we mostly walked around the city center (Cité) which is actually a hill that houses most of the city’s attractions...
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The bus system

The bus system in Lausanne is imho the best way to get around, other than walking of course: it serves the entire city, and it is easy to use. The lines each have a different color and are numbered,...
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On the Lake in a Boat – Thing To Do! (I&V)

Compagnie Generale de Navigation sur le lac Leman offers possibility to travel by boat from one to the other spot on the shore of Geneva Lake. But it is more than just a transportation – being on the...
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Swiss Federal Railways (I&V)

There is only one main railway station in Lausanne – Gare centrale de Lausanne – Lausanne central railway station. The huge edifice of the station was built between 1911 and 1916 along the lines of...
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M2 New underground in Lausanne

On September the 18th 2008 Lausanne inaugurated its new underground. The first Swiss metro and the world's first automated driverless system able to cope with the city's slopes.It's a 6 km north-south...
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Getting to Ouchy, by the Lake

During our visit to Lausanne we stayed in Ouchy, which is the part of the city located on the shores of Lake Geneva. It is here you will need to go if you want to catch a ferry on the lake, or visit...
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Train Travel

We arrived and departed Lausanne by train. We travelled in from Zermatt (via Visp) which was a 3 hour journey. I particularly enjoyed the last section of the trip when the train line runs along the...
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TL - Transports Lausannois

The bus network in Lausanne is pretty good (except in the winter time when it snows!!). Buses go all around Lausanne and come every 6-7 minutes during the week (daytime) and 10-15 minutes on Saturdays...
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OrientExpress Train From Basel to Lausanne

it was a great experience tarveling from Basel to Lausanne by ORIENT EXPRESS train, this was an ancient time train which still use up to now in order to encourage the tourism in Switzerland. It was...
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To Lausanne by train

The best and fastest way to go from any point of French Switzerland to Lausanne is the train. The price was reasonable, they depart after an hour and a half from the previous one (at least from Geneva...
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Top Hotels in Lausanne

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4, avenue de Rhodanie, Lausanne, Vaud, CH-1000, Switzerland
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Place du Port 17 - 19, Lausanne, Vaud, 1000, Switzerland
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40 Avenue d'Ouchy, Lausanne, Vaud, 1006, Switzerland
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Rue Grand-Chene 7 - 9, Lausanne, Vaud, 1002, Switzerland
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31 Avenue de la Gare, Lausanne, Vaud, CH-1003, Switzerland
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2 Place de la Gare, Lausanne, Vaud, CH-1001, Switzerland
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Top Things to Do in Lausanne

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Cathedrale Notre Dame

One of the most beautiful Gothic structures in Europe, Lausanne Cathedral stands ,150m above Lake Geneva. Construction on the cathedral began in 1175; in 1275 it was consecrated by Pope Gregory X. The...
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Ouchy

Ouchy is located southern part of Lausanne, which is a suburb by the Lake Geneva. It has a beautiful waterfront that people can do some walking, jogging, or enjoying the views of the alps. This...
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Place de la Palud

The Old Town of Lausanne is full of cozy pedestrian streets and some interesting squares, laid back atmosphere in summer, good for some relaxing in the outdoor cafes and ideal for people watching....
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Olympic Museum

Outside the Olympic Museum, there is a green garden with trees, plants, chairs, Olympic related statues, and some outdoor games for the kids to play. It is definitely worth spending time in the garden...
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Collection de l'Art Brut

Musée de l'Art Brut was a great choice, we loved every minute there! It is actually an art collection of mentally diseased people. It was inaugurated in 1976 by Jean Dubuffet that donated his...
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Old Town

The Old Town of Lausanne is the picturesque part of the city with numerous pedestrian streets. We were lucky enough to walk there during Saturday morning when most of the squares and side streets were...
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Zvrlj

"Lausanne – the City With Many Faces"
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vanessadb

"Lausanne- Medieval Charm"
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e-katarina

"Lausanne, old streets and lake side charms"
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mindcrime

"Inferno Festival on a quiet town"
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sue_stone

"Lausanne on Lake Geneva"
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