Geneva Watch Tour

Geneva Watch Tour

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.more

San Salvatore – pinnacle of enjoyment

San Salvatore – pinnacle of enjoyment

Lugano's Sugarloaf Mountain, Monte San Salvatore: one reaches its peak comfortably via cable car, or one can take the most challenging fixed rope...more

Lavaux vineyards

Lavaux vineyards

Discover Lavaux, the unique wine region that stretches along the lake...more

Laténium - Archaeological Museum

Laténium -...

This museum, with archaeology park, displays 50,000 years of pre-history...more

Geneva Watch Tour

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.

The “Geneva Watch Tour” will give you the time in thousand and one ways and lead you to the shopping paradise of prestige horology.

San Salvatore – pinnacle of enjoyment

Lugano's Sugarloaf Mountain, Monte San Salvatore: one reaches its peak comfortably via cable car, or one can take the most challenging fixed rope trail in Switzerland to the peak. There is a magnificent panoramic view at 912 meters above sea level.

Lugano’s home mountain and pinnacle of enjoyment - that’s San Salvatore! The striking mountain south of the town boasts 360° views over the lake and environs, far south and to the high Alps in the west.

Lavaux vineyards

Discover Lavaux, the unique wine region that stretches along the lake between Montreux and Lausanne. Taste locally produced wines in an authentic wine cellar and learns more about local wine growing culture and grape varieties.

Explore the terraced vineyards of Lavaux. Of the five Vaudois wine regions, the UNESCO "Lavaux" region (between Lausanne and Montreux) is undoubtedly the most spectacular.

Laténium - Archaeological Museum

This museum, with archaeology park, displays 50,000 years of pre-history and history, laid out in innovative ways. The discovery park (free entry): the newly designed river banks extend over 30,000 m2.

More than a hundred archaeological sites hidden underground or at the bottom of lakes have been brought to light in the last few years and these have provided us with more historical information about topics from Neanderthal man to the Middle Ages.