You can start the virtual stroll at the place of your choice by selecting a key location from the list below.
Port de Territet (1)
Right next to the boat dock, the harbour of Territet is really tiny but quite picturesque. Opposite the corner of the port (on the left of this panorama), you will find the stairs and the path that lead to the train station.
Port de Territet (2)
Right next to the boat dock, the harbour of Territet is really tiny but quite picturesque. Along its jetty, benches invite you to take a break and, at the end, a few wooden deckchairs make it hard to resist to farniente desires.
Port de Territet (3)
Right next to the boat dock, the harbour of Territet is really tiny but quite picturesque. Along its jetty, benches invite you to take a break and, at the end, a few wooden deckchairs make it hard to resist to farniente desires.
Port de Territet (4)
Right next to the boat dock, the harbour of Territet is really tiny but quite picturesque. Along its jetty, benches invite you to take a break and, at the end, a few wooden deckchairs make it hard to resist to farniente desires.
Port de Territet (5)
Right next to the boat dock, the harbour of Territet is really tiny but quite picturesque. Along its jetty, benches invite you to take a break and, at the end, a few wooden deckchairs make it hard to resist to farniente desires.
Quai Ami-Chessex (1)
From the port of Territet to the Veraye, small river on the border between Montreux and Veytaux, the quai is named after Ami Chessex, politician and entrepreneur who created the Grand-Hôtel of Territet in 1887 and has been a leader of the development of the Riviera. The first 200 m are not purely pedestrian and it is possible to park there.
Quai Ami-Chessex (2)
From the port of Territet to the Veraye, small river on the border between Montreux and Veytaux, the quai is named after Ami Chessex, politician and entrepreneur who created the Grand-Hôtel of Territet in 1887 and has been a leader of the development of the Riviera. The first 200 m are not purely pedestrian and it is possible to park there.
Quai Ami-Chessex (3)
After the bottom of Rue du Bocherex, which descends from the main road and ends on the lakeside promenade, Quai Ami-Chessex becomes exclusively pedestrian again until Veytaux.
Quai Ami-Chessex (4)
After the bottom of Rue du Bocherex, which descends from the main road and ends on the lakeside promenade, Quai Ami-Chessex becomes exclusively pedestrian again until Veytaux.
Quai Ami-Chessex (5)
After the bottom of Rue du Bocherex, which descends from the main road and ends on the lakeside promenade, Quai Ami-Chessex becomes exclusively pedestrian again until Veytaux.
Quai Ami-Chessex (6)
We are now about to leave Territet-Montreux and arrive on the territory of Veytaux, the neighbouring village. A few meters from here, the small bridge over the Veraye River marks the border. Flowing from the first slopes of the Prealps, the little river looks more like a stream than a torrent... except of course in spring when the snow melts!
Quai des Fleurs (1)
After the lively lake promenade along downtown Montreux, the walk becomes quieter as you head towards the small harbour of Territet. Even in high season, walkers are a little rarer as one moves away from the urban centre. On the "Quai of the Flowers", trees and flowers delight the eyes and on the shore are nestled many romantic benches.
Quai des Fleurs (2)
The attractiveness of the stroll along Quai des Fleurs is also architectural. Nice hotels and beautiful mansions line the landscape, facing a constantly changing Lake Léman (Lake Geneva). The walk is always renewed in every season, with many small romantic spots.
Quai des Fleurs (3)
The promenade goes here along Les Tourelles, the beautiful building where the singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury, lived for two years at the end of his life. He liked it so much that he wanted to buy the apartment he rented, but he died before he could realize this project. The view of the lake is sublime, it will seduce you too!
Quai des Fleurs (4)
By stormy weather, the lake often offers spectacular panoramas, with tormented skies over the Pre-Alps of Chablais just opposite.
Quai des Fleurs (5)
By stormy weather, the lake often offers spectacular panoramas, with tormented skies over the Pre-Alps of Chablais just opposite.
Quai des Fleurs (6)
Next to the boat dock and the harbour, a nice park hosts an enigmatic monument. It is a stele erected in honour of Marshal Mannerheim, a hero of Finnish independence who spent part of the end of his life and wrote his memoirs in a clinic in Glion, on the heights of Territet.
Sentier de la Gare (1)
Turning our back on the stairs that go up on the platform towards Montreux, we have on left an underpass to go on the platform towards Villeneuve, on right a stairway that goes down directly to the lakeshore. Continuing straight, we go there by a much more bucolic path.
Sentier de la Gare (2)
On this panorama, we look towards Montreux, with the lake on our left. The path on the right goes to the station, the path on the left goes down to the lakeshore.
Sentier de la Gare (3)
Here we are at the port of Territet, at the bottom of the path that leads to the train station. To get there, follow the path for around twenty meters then turn left.
Territet Boat Dock
Boat dock of the CGN boats (Lake Geneva General Navigation Company). Next boat docks: to the west in Montreux, to the east in Veytaux-Chillon.
Territet Train Station
We are here on the station platform in the direction of Montreux. To take the train towards Villeneuve or to go to the lakeshore, go down the stairs.
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