In front of the Town Hall in the Place de la Palud is where this guided walking tour commences. The tour proceeds through the ... More
Lausanne Foot Tour
In front of the Town Hall in the Place de la Palud is where this guided walking tour commences. The tour proceeds through the city streets of the Old Town taking in the sights of medieval Lausanne. It provides a good way to gain an insight into the history of this city in a short period of time. Commentary is available in English, French, German and Italian, but all depends on the availability of the guides (it is advisable to ring ahead). Another bonus of this walk is that by request it will operate during the off season and with advanced notice, include a specific site of your request. However, there is nothing you can't see or learn during your own wanderings accompanied by the information booklet from the tourist office. Prices for the tour are Sfr10 per person, Sfr5 for senior citizens and free for children and students.
These comfortable, enclosed trams depart from Mallory Square and other points including many local hotels, taking passengers on informative, 90
minute guided tours of Old Town. Guides share stories about the area's history and its legends. Passengers can purchase ...
Located opposite a giant hospital complex is the Fondation Claude Verdan, a museum that has held art and science exhibitions
since 1997. The permanent exhibition Jeux de mains (hand games) explores everything related to the sense of touch and ...
Anna Sartori conducts tours to places of interest within the city these include museums, landmarks, special events and exhibitions. A
seasoned guide, she speaks fluent Italian, English and German that adds to the visitors' experience.