Western Switzerland comprises most of the French part of Switzerland with the exception of the Valais. It represents the cantons of Geneva, Vaud, Neuchatel, Jura as well as the French speaking parts of the cantons of Fribourg and Berne.
Popular destinations: Geneva
Geneva, Switzerland's second-most populous city and the largest French-speaking city in Switzerland, is one …
Lausanne, the capital of the Swiss canton of Vaud, is a medium sized city which sits at the northernmost point of Lake Geneva.
Mostly known for its world-famous two week long Jazz Festival, Montreux is well worth a wander through, if only to get to the scenic Château de Chillon or to get to the hiker's paradise of Hauts de Montreux.
Lavaux is internationally famous as a terraced wine-growing region on the shores of Lake Geneva in western Switzerland.
Neuchâtel is a small town in western Switzerland. Neuchâtel is part Suisse Romande — the French speaking Switzerland.
Leysin, Switzerland in the commune of Vaud is a laid back, non-posh, non-pretentious mountain village in the Vaud Alps, above Montreux.
Nyon is a small town on the western shore of Lake Geneva, Switzerland. The Romans who founded the settlement in the 1st century BC called it Noviodunum.
Yverdon-Les-Bains with its 24,000 inhabitants, is the second largest town in the Canton de Vaud.
Vevey is one of the main cities of the Swiss Riviera, in the Lake Geneva Region of Switzerland.
Château d'Œx is a ski station in Switzerland near Gstaad and Montreux. It is a little village with a lot of hotels and apartments to rent.
Villars sur Ollon is a village in Switzerland in the canton of Vaud.
Popular Destinations in Switzerland
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