La Pomme de Pin
Cathédrale de Notre Dame
Lausanne’s Gothic cathedral, Switzerland’s finest, stands proudly at the heart of the Old Town. Raised in the 12th and 13th centuries on...
Musée Cantonal des Beaux Arts
Palais de Rumine, the neo-Renaissance pile (1904) where the Treaty of Lausanne finalising the break-up of the Ottoman Empire after WWI...
Otherwise known as the Musée de Design et d’Arts Appliqués Contemporains, this ode to modern design and applied arts hosts some...
In a grand medieval setting with stone vaults and huge timber beams, this is a great place for a beer or six.
One of just a handful of restaurants behind the cathedral, the White Elephant is one of Lausanne’s finest dines. But what’s stagger-...
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Lonely Planet review
Search out this beacon of French cuisine in the web of alleys in the medieval old town. During WWII, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin ate here. The place is divided into bistrot and gastro, the latter a fancy restaurant setting. Local fish is a permanent fixture on a menu that is otherwise largely determined by seasonal goods.