You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Avenue de la Gare (1)
The train station is 300 m from Place du Temple, in the heart of the city, and 500-600 m from the castle and the port. Just go straight ahead along Avenue de la Gare when you leave the station.
Avenue de la Gare (2)
The train station is 300 m from Place du Temple, in the heart of the city, and 500-600 m from the castle and the port. Just go straight ahead along Avenue de la Gare when you leave the station.
Bain des Dames (1)
In the past, this tiny beach was reserved for ladies, hence its name ("Ladies' Bath"). Nowadays, it is of course open to everyone.
Bain des Dames (2)
In the past, this tiny beach was reserved for ladies, hence its name ("Ladies' Bath"). Nowadays, it is of course open to everyone.
Bain des Dames (3)
In the past, this tiny beach was reserved for ladies, hence its name ("Ladies' Bath"). Nowadays, it is of course open to everyone.
Bains de la Becque (1)
Bains de la Becque ("Becque Baths") are the last stretch of lakeshore that is publicly accessible east of La Tour-de-Peilz before La Maladaire Beach, at the gates of Montreux.
Bains de la Becque (2)
Bains de la Becque ("Becque Baths") are the last stretch of lakeshore that is publicly accessible east of La Tour-de-Peilz before La Maladaire Beach, at the gates of Montreux.
Bains de la Becque (3)
Bains de la Becque ("Becque Baths") are the last stretch of lakeshore that is publicly accessible east of La Tour-de-Peilz before La Maladaire Beach, at the gates of Montreux.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (1)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (2)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (3)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (4)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (5)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (6)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz (7)
The Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz stands by the lake, next to the port and surrounded by a park and a playground for children. It houses the famous Swiss Museum of Games.
Chemin des Bains-de-la-Becque (1)
It is by this small path that you can go back to the lakeshore. From the Bains de la Becque (La Becque Baths), you can follow the shore up to the west of Vevey. To go to La Maladaire beach, follow the road to the left of the bench, the bus stop La Becque of line 201 is just a little further.
Chemin des Bains-de-la-Becque (2)
The path passes between private properties to go down to Bains de la Becque, from where you can follow the lakeshore up to Vevey.
Grand-Rue (1)
The main street (Grand-Rue) of La Tour-de-Peilz is also the main road which connects Vevey to Montreux. It is along this street that you will find the bus stops of line 201, linking Vevey to Villeneuve.
Grand-Rue (2)
The main street (Grand-Rue) of La Tour-de-Peilz is also the main road which connects Vevey to Montreux. It is along this street that you will find the bus stops of line 201, linking Vevey to Villeneuve.
Grand-Rue (3)
The main street (Grand-Rue) of La Tour-de-Peilz is also the main road which connects Vevey to Montreux. It is along this street that you will find the bus stops of line 201, linking Vevey to Villeneuve.
La Tour-de-Peilz Train Station
The train station is 300 m from Place du Temple, in the heart of the city, and 500-600 m from the castle and the port. To go to the town center, just go straight ahead along Avenue de la Gare when you leave the station.
Place des Anciens-Fossés
Place des Anciens-Fossés is the long space that runs behind the Temple of La Tour-de-Peilz until the end of the city center, parallel to the main street.
Place du Temple (1)
The heart of the old town of La Tour-de-Peilz, and one of the most picturesque places. Be sure to take a look!
Place du Temple (2)
The heart of the old town of La Tour-de-Peilz, and one of the most picturesque places. Be sure to take a look!
Pont de la Becque
The stroll by the lake will end at Bains de la Becque. Beyond, private properties prohibit access to the shore. A hundred meters beyond this small bridge, you will find a path going up towards the main road and the bus line 201.
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (1)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (2)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (3)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (4)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (5)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (6)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (7)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Port de La Tour-de-Peilz (8)
The port of La Tour-de-Peilz is one of the nicest places on the whole Riviera. Lawns where you can relax, a somewhat mysterious castle, tiny well hidden beaches, a large mole with spectacular views... Let yourself be seduced!
Quai de la Becque
Bains de la Becque ("Becque Baths") are the last stretch of lakeshore that is publicly accessible east of La Tour-de-Peilz before La Maladaire Beach, at the gates of Montreux.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (1)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (2)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (3)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (4)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (5)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (6)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Quai d´Entre-Deux-Villes (7)
Quai d'Entre-Deux-Villes stretches along Jardin Roussy (Roussy Park) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the Vevey marina and the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz. Good to know: it is the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour, at the marina, which serves La Tour-de-Peilz.
Rue de l´Ancien-Stand (1)
Rue de l'Ancien-Stand connects the main street ("Grand-Rue") to the port of La Tour-de-Peilz. In this view, the port is in front of us and Grand-Rue behind us. On the right, you see Rue du Bourg-Dessous, which goes towards the castle park.
Rue de l´Ancien-Stand (2)
Rue de l'Ancien-Stand connects the main street ("Grand-Rue") to the port of La Tour-de-Peilz. Here, you can go directly to the port or join it a little further, in the direction of the Ladies' Bath.
Rue de l´Ancien-Stand (3)
Rue de l'Ancien-Stand connects the main street ("Grand-Rue") to the port of La Tour-de-Peilz. We are here at the port, turning our backs at the end of the street, which ends in a cul-de-sac at the Ladies' Bath.
Rue du Bourg-Dessous (1)
To the west, Rue du Bourg-Dessous starts from Rue du Château and runs along the castle grounds. It extends east to Rue de l'Ancien-Stand.
Rue du Bourg-Dessous (2)
To the west, Rue du Bourg-Dessous starts from Rue du Château and runs along the castle grounds. It extends east to Rue de l'Ancien-Stand.
Rue du Château
We are here in front of one of the entrances to the public park that surrounds the castle. The inner courtyard and the entrance to the Swiss Museum of Games are just a few steps away.
Rue du Temple (1)
Rue du Temple connects the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz park to the main street (Grand-Rue) and to Place du Temple, where the town's picturesque church stands.
Rue du Temple (2)
Rue du Temple connects the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz park to the main street (Grand-Rue) and to Place du Temple, where the town's picturesque church stands.
West Mole (1)
The passage to the left of the turret leads inside the castle walls. On the right, go alongside the boats to stroll around the port. But do not miss enjoying the panorama at the end of the mole!
West Mole (2)
The large harbour mole is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun while admiring the view. There is even a tiny beach awaiting you!
West Mole (3)
An exceptional panoramic view with, opposite, the Chablais Pre-Alps. To east, you see the first summits of the Alps, while to west the Lavaux vineyards plunge into Lake Léman, lost on the horizon like an arm of the sea.
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