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Les connaisseurs et les amateurs de vin apprennent tout sur l'histoire de la viticulture depuis 1797.
The Musée Historique de Vevey is a thoughtfully planned museum that boasts of documents, archeologicals finds and archived materials related to this quaint little town of Vevey. The museum dates back to the late 19th Century, and since then has lured visitors from all across the world with its splendid collection. One will find, manuscripts, paintings, sculptures and various other items that trace the way of life, customs and traditions of the bygone era. To know more about the Musée Historique de Vevey, do visit their website.
Rocher des Tablettes is a 1288 meters (4226 feet) high mountain of the Jura range in the Neuchâtel canton of Switzerland. It is a popular choice among tourists and locals alike for nature hikes and family picnics for its sweeping panoramic views of the nearby Alps, the Lakes Plateau and the Neuchâtel lake. It is characterized by its steep limestone cliffs and has recently developed into a jogging marathon course.
Standing majestically on a plateau, nestled among orchards and woods, Hauteville Castle, in the municipality of Saint-Legier-La Chiesaz in Vaud is a beautiful piece of the rich legacy of the village. It offers a breathtaking view of the Lake Geneva and the Alps beyond and is one of the largest and most popular properties around Lake Geneva. Listed as a Swiss heritage site of national significance, the massive Castle was built in the 18th Century and covers a huge area. The architecture is impressive, with the front facade embellished with stuccos, windows overlooking the lake. An absolutely picturesque property, it is surrounded by 100 year old trees, woods, beautiful alleys, French-style formal gardens and 18th Century fountains.