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The vineyards are beautiful with the lake on one side and the terraced vineyards on the other. We walked from village to village, stopping to eat and drink. The views and towns make for wonderful pictures!
The grand vistas, the colour of the lake nicely complimenting the greens of the vineyards and the back drop of mountains gives the area a fairy tale feel... walking thru the vine terraces as undulating valley is spread before the eyes dotted with fairy tale...More
That is a UNESCO World Heritage place. A must go, of course on a sunny day and maybe do the wine tasting. We skipped this because we had children with us. The views on Lac Leman are unforgettable, it made us wanna live there :)
Some great walks through the vineyards, uphill and down - make sure you carry water because most of the fountains in the villages you go through have water unfit for drinking. If you get the train to Grandvaux you can walk down to Lutry through...More
Merci Beaucoup #lavaux #vinorama for amazing wine tasting experience after nearly 2.5 hours of exploring different parts of #lavauxvineyards.
UNESCO listed Lavaux is a natural and cultural heritage site. It is around 200 years old.
1) Bus from Montreux Marché to Vevey -...More
I wanted to take the Train des Vignes from Vevey station but the period I was there, the train wasn't running. Nevertheless, you can take the post-bus to Chexbres station. The lady attendant at Vevey station very kindly took me to the place to wait...More
We have traveled extensively thru the US and Europe. This is just breathtakingly beautiful! Words are not adequate. The mountains, the lake, the steep, steep vineyards, narrow corniche roads, all = SPECTACULAR!! We did not allow enough time, just 2 days. Would recommend a week...More
What more u need to walk up or down on a world heritage site on lake Geneva from Swiss sideU climb up by a train from Vevey n reaching up start trekking down looking wineyards fieldss n villages on it have lunch on small restraints...More