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
Here we are at the corner of Avenue de la Gare. To go to the lakeside, cross the avenue, continue straight and cross the next street.
Avenue Paul-Cérésole (1)
This avenue is the shortest way between the train station and the Market Plaza (Place du Marché).
Avenue Paul-Cérésole (2)
This avenue is the shortest way between the train station and the Market Plaza (Place du Marché).
Avenue Paul-Cérésole (3)
This avenue is the shortest way between the train station and the Market Plaza (Place du Marché).
Jardin du Rivage
It is at Jardin du Rivage, where various summer and winter events are organized, that you can admire the "Young girls playing on seahorses" by the animal sculptor Edouard Marcel Sandoz (1881-1971), one in the middle of the fountain, the other two in the lake.
Market Plaza (1)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Market Plaza (2)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Market Plaza (3)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Market Plaza (4)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Market Plaza (5)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Market Plaza (6)
Place du Marché, or Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), is surrounded by cafes and restaurants. Unfortunately, the plaza is used as a parking lot, except on Tuesday and Saturday mornings from April to November, where it hosts the open-air market. At the top of the plaza, the Grenette, covered market built in 1808, hosts the tourist office.
Place de l´Aviron (1)
At the end of Quai Maria-Belgia, on the left bank of the mouth of the Veveyse River, Place de l'Aviron is a pretty park with a small beach. The shore will now turn to north, offering beautiful views of the Lavaux vineyards.
Place de l´Aviron (2)
At the end of Quai Maria-Belgia, on the left bank of the mouth of the Veveyse River, Place de l'Aviron is a pretty park with a small beach. The shore will now turn to north, offering beautiful views of the Lavaux vineyards.
Place de l´Aviron (3)
At the end of Quai Maria-Belgia, on the left bank of the mouth of the Veveyse River, Place de l'Aviron is a pretty park with a small beach. The shore will now turn to north, offering beautiful views of the Lavaux vineyards.
Quai Jules-Monnerat
A tiny quay west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), which passes in front of the picturesque Château de l'Aile before becoming Quai Maria-Belgia.
Quai Maria-Belgia (1)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (2)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs here along Jardin du Rivage and the famous "Young girls playing on seahorses" by the animal sculptor Edouard Marcel Sandoz, one in the middle of the fountain, the other two in the lake.
Quai Maria-Belgia (3)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (4)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (5)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (6)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (7)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Maria-Belgia (8)
Quai Maria-Belgia runs along the lakeshore west of Place du Marché (Market Plaza), passing in front of the Vevey-Marché boat dock and the famous seahorses of Jardin du Rivage. Further on, it joins Place de l'Aviron just before the mouth of the Veveyse River and the Jardin Doret park.
Quai Perdonnet (1)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (10)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (11)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (12)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (13)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (14)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (2)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (3)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (4)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (5)
We are here in from of the statue of Charlie Chaplin, on Quai Perdonnet (running along the old town from Market Plaza up to the marina). Rotate the view and you will see the giant fork planted in the lake opposite the Food Museum (Alimentarium).
Quai Perdonnet (6)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (7)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (8)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Perdonnet (9)
Quai Perdonnet runs along the entire old town of Vevey, from Market Plaza (Place du Marché) to west up to the marina to east, at the gates of La Tour-de-Peilz. It is a very popular promenade, lined with restaurants and cafes.
Quai Roussy (1)
Quai Roussy stretches along the eponymous park (Jardin Roussy) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the eastern mole of 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 Roussy (2)
Quai Roussy stretches along the eponymous park (Jardin Roussy) at the entrance to La Tour-de-Peilz, between the eastern mole of 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 Lausanne
Cross Rue de Lausanne and follow Avenue Paul-Cérésole to reach the Grande Place ("Large Plaza"), or Place du Marché ("Market Plaza").
Vevey Marina (1)
For a superb view of the Vevey marina and the lake, go for a walk on the mole which adjoins the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour.
Vevey Marina (2)
For a superb view of the Vevey marina and the lake, go for a walk on the mole which adjoins the boat dock of Vevey-La Tour.
Vevey Marina (East Mole)
A beautiful view of the Vevey marina and the lake promenade of Entre-Deux-Villes in La Tour-de-Peilz, with the castle and the Haut-Lac ("Upper Lake") in the background.
Vevey Train Station
We are here in front of the Vevey train station. To go to Place du Marché (Market Plaza) and to the lakeside, turn your back on the station and go straight.
Vevey-La Tour Boat Dock (1)
Follow this jetty and you will arrive at the Vevey-La Tour boat dock, which serves Vevey and La Tour-de-Peilz. The castle of La Tour-de-Peilz is 800 m away and the center of Vevey is served by the Vevey-Marché boat dock, less than 1 km away.
Vevey-La Tour Boat Dock (2)
CGN boats (Lake Geneva General Navigation Company). Next boat docks: to the west in Vevey-Marché, to the east in Clarens. There is no boat dock in La Tour-de-Peilz, it's the dock of Vevey-La Tour that serves the little town, located a few hundred meters to south-east.
Vevey-Marché Boat Dock
CGN boats (Lake Geneva General Navigation Company). Next boat docks: to the west in Rivaz-Saint-Saphorin (between the two villages of Lavaux), to the east in Vevey-La Tour-de-Peilz (beside the marina).
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