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JuraParc

JuraParc

Visitors can observe American bison, wolves and bears in a natural environment from a 400 metre-long observation path in the same park. more

Stalactite cave and subterranean river

Stalactite cave and subterranean river

The river Orbe created the Fairy Caves at the Vaudoise town of Vallorbe. The caves constitute a fascinating grotto complex. The round trip tour leads visitors along the subterranean course of the river to stalactites, stalagmites, dripstone...more

Vallorbe Iron and Railway Museum

Vallorbe Iron and...

The whole history of Vallorbe, symbolised by the metalworkers' paddle...more

Fortress Vallorbe - World War II Site

Fortress Vallorbe...

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe,...more

JuraParc

Visitors can observe American bison, wolves and bears in a natural environment from a 400 metre-long observation path in the same park.

This is the only place in Switzerland where you will see bears and wolves living together in harmony.

Stalactite cave and subterranean river

The river Orbe created the Fairy Caves at the Vaudoise town of Vallorbe. The caves constitute a fascinating grotto complex. The round trip tour leads visitors along the subterranean course of the river to stalactites, stalagmites, dripstone structures, columns and to galleries.

The River Orbe created a fascinating cave system at the Vaudois town of Vallorbe. The tour leads visitors along the subterranean course of the Orbe (an outflow from the Vallée de Joux), passing by stalactites, stalagmites, drip-stone formations, columns and galleries. Once upon a time fairies that charmed young men were supposed to have lived here.

Vallorbe Iron and Railway Museum

The whole history of Vallorbe, symbolised by the metalworkers' paddle wheel and the railwaymen's locomotive, is housed under one roof in this superb listed building.

Fortress Vallorbe - World War II Site

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe, directly on the French border. An inconspicuous chalet is nestled against the slope above Vallorbe. It is the disguised entrance to the fortress "Pré-Giroud".

The Vaudoise town of Vallorbe lies in a valley basin of the river Orbe, directly on the French border. An inconspicuous chalet is nestled against the slope above Vallorbe. It is the disguised entrance to the fortress "Pré-Giroud".