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Swiss Riviera

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The Swiss Riviera stretches from Lausanne to Montreux and encompasses the beautiful Lavaux vineyards perched on steep hills with a dramatic view of the lake and the Alps on the other side. Then you reach Vevey and its old town, passing La-Tour-de-Peilz before ending in Montreux, its casino and of course Chillon castle.
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Dents du Midi, 1873 Val-d'Illiez, Switzerland
As seen from Vevey on a clear sunny day
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Rochers de Naye, 1820 Veytaux, Switzerland
Seen from our chalet
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Lake Geneva
With well over a thousand lakes, Switzerland is blessed with its fair share of stunning bodies of water. The most extensive, however, is Lake Geneva (also known as Lac Léman), where you can bask in seductive views and amazing sunsets....
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Château de la Tour-de-Peilz, 1814 Lac Léman, Switzerland
The Castle of la Tour de Peilz which now hosts the Swiss Game Museum
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Rivaz, Switzerland
Lavaux in Vaud, Switzerland is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to 830 hectares of vineyards just 20 minutes by train from Lausanne. Slanted dramatically, these fields stretch about 30 km along the banks of Lake Geneva producing mostly Chasselas...
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Route du Village 11, 1807 Blonay, Switzerland
Restaurant Les Fougères in Ondallaz up from the village of Blonay is a hidden gem for those who want to taste local specialties. I highly recommend visiting during hunting season where the menu reflects a variety of game. Similarly, during winter...
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1807 Blonay, Switzerland
This medieval castle overlooks the village of Blonay in the Swiss Riviera. It still belong to the original family, the de Blonays who still reside there.
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Veytaux, Switzerland
Expect to be transported back to medieval times during your visit to Château de Chillon. More than 1,000 years old, the beguiling castle has inspired many poetic greats, none more so than Lord Byron, whose poem The Prisoner of Chillon was...
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Saint-Saphorin, Switzerland
The St Saphorin vineyards of Lavaux in Switzerland's riviera produce a more fruity wine than neighbouring Dezaley. The dramatic view of the lake and the Alps makes it a very popular destination for wine-tasting, eating out on a terrasse or just...
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Route du Lac 2, 1071 Rivaz, Switzerland
The Dézaley wineyards in the Lavaux region boasts this beautiful Château which domaine produces a well-renowned wine. Recently the whole Lavaux region was placed under the protection of UNESCO as a world heritage site.