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Cully, a large winegrowing village of nearly 2,000 inhabitants located on the shores of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva), became in 2011 the chief town of the municipality of Bourg-en-Lavaux, which also includes Aran, Villette, Grandvaux, Riex and Epesses, 5 villages in the famous Lavaux wine region.
La Tour-de-Peilz
A little town nested between Vevey and Montreux, on the Swiss Riviera. The Swiss Museum of Games is located in the Castle of La Tour-de-Peilz.
East of Lausanne, Lutry is the first village of Lavaux, the Lake Geneva coast famous for its terraced vineyards, listed in the World Heritage by UNESCO.
Located on the shore of Lake Geneva and on the first slopes of the Prealps, Montreux hosts the famous Montreux Jazz Festival and the Christmas Market. It's an ideal starting point to discover the Swiss Riviera.
The most picturesque village in the Lavaux region of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva), which terraced vineyards are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The old city of Vevey is dotted with historical monuments and museums bearing witness to its rich heritage. In addition, a large variety of boutiques and craftsmen can be found in the narrow paved streets, displaying their know-how and wares.
Believe it or not, the Castle of Chillon is not situated in Montreux, but in Veytaux, the only village that refused to join the new Commune of Montreux back in 1962.
The last town on the northern shore of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva), gate to the Chablais area. Natural reserve of Les Grangettes just nearby, for nice hikes.
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