Kristina Gaberova, Kosice, SVK, 2 months ago
Hi, I want to visit Lausanne next week just for one day. Any tips what is worthy to see there within the day regardless what official tourist giudes say? (Oh, and I want shopping too, so I appreciate the fresh ideas too. :))
Myriam DS , Lausanne, CHE, 2 months ago
idk if you've already come or not but I'll answer all the same just in case ^^
You can take a walk in the Cité (with the Cathedral which has a nice view) and have a sip of great hot chocolate at the "Barbare", or go at the metro station Ouchy and have a walk just by the lake . The tour of Sauvabelin allows you to have a view on the area too ^^
For shopping it's true that it will be expensive here so going to France or anywhere else in Europe will be cheaper. But you'll find nice shops near the Riponne if you still want to shop :)
Andreas Schmocker , Lausanne, CHE, 2 months ago
Probably the most unique thing in Lausanne is the museum of "art brut" http://www.artbrut.ch/fr/21070/collection-art-brut-lausanne
As far as I know, it is the only such collection in the world. Even if you are not into art, it is really worth visiting.
Triết-Duy HUỲNH , Marseille, FRA, 2 months ago
2 hours is far enough, you go out of the rail way station, go up, have a look on the right, there is a big cathedral, take some pictures, then catch the next train, that it's
to do shopping, well, take the boat go to France, because it's damn expensive here
Andrea Chin, Amsterdam, NLD, 2 months ago
Hi everyong:))) I heard about the concerts in Culley. But couldn't find more details. Does anyone have more information on the rencent music festival in the surrounding area please?
Andrea Chin , Amsterdam, NLD, 2 months ago
That's sweet! Thanks a lot!! Anyone want to join the concert together :D? Let me know!! Yeah~Cheerios~~
Matteo Cap , Bogotá, COL, 2 months ago
I'm most likely going there on Saturday, but I still don't know whether I'll go to the "in" festival (one needs a ticket to get in) or the "off" (free), it depends on many factors, but if I go to the "off" I'll try to write you beforehand so we might hang.
Yulka, Zürich, CHE, 2 months ago
Holaaaa! I am coming from Spain for two weeks and feel like I cannot live even this short time without Latin dances:)
Who is up for some fun and knows good places - let me know!!!
Romain Labrousse , Lausanne, CHE, 2 months ago
Hey I m not a salsa dancer but if you are looking for a place in Lausanne there is a bar called "Movida" next to a Mexican restaurant "Poco Loco" and every Thuersday night it's salsa night. Lots of people and good mojito
If you need anything else
Camila Schwab , Renens, CHE, 2 months ago
I'm up! I love to dance salsa. And as Romain said, La Movida is a great bar for dancing, and not only Thuesday, it's always latin.
Which day do you want to go?
Please write me in a personal message, and maybe give me your number, so we can comunicate easier.
PS: I don't know which is your mother tongue, but if it is Spanish, let's speak spanish! ;-)
Yulka , Zürich, CHE, 2 months ago
Let's go tmrw, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday:)) every day! :) I stay close to movie - so can jump out of my castle if you decide to go!
When there are many people? Better Tuesday or Wednesday?
I don't use a phone, but I will get it soon!
- room to rent
Serena Di Girolamo, Montreal, CAN, 2 months ago
I am travelling to Lausanne from Italy next weekend with my family because dad has a medical exam on monday there. I heard about the prices being way higher than Italy and since we are kind of "on a budget" I was wondering if someone has some tips on restaurants or places where to eat at reasonable prices. I am a vegan but my parents are not.
Thank you in advance!
Maxime Hervo , Fribourg, CHE, about 1 month ago
Welcome to Lausanne,
Sure, Lausanne is expensive but there is dseveral places where you can have good food for reasonable prices !
You can go to la Jetée ( https://goo.gl/maps/E4kg9opy2np ) and have some brochettes with a wonderful view on the lake.
Or the Holly cow burger (http://www.holycow.ch/fr/ ) and the bleu Lezard restaurant ( http://www.bleu-lezard.ch/ )
There is often food trucks Place de la Riponne
Try also the Montbenon brasserie, a bit more expensive but with an amazong place.
Javier Gonzalez Ampudia , Troistorrents, CHE, about 2 months ago
Hi, forguet in swiss restaurats and cheap places to eat, here a menú + - aceptable cost about 70€ and you have to know were you go . But you can survive with the food (sadwiches, bocadillos, roast chiken... you can buy in MIGROS and COOP supermarkets. Dont't forguet that at 18:00 are closed. In Lausanne Ouchy ther's a COOP closed at 22:00 THE ONLY ONE
Léonard F , Wallisellen, CHE, 2 months ago
thinking slightly outside the box, maybe check this out: http://www.lausanneatable.ch/. that's a program where anyone can organize a short-lived "restaurant" at home. it looks like the "english page" is slightly different, maybe better stick to the french one and click "September"