Olympic museum in Lausanne
Located in Lausanne, near the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee, the Olympic Museum (TOM) is the largest archive of the Olympic Games. It attracts more than 250,000 visitors each year. Founded in June 1993 the exhibition is organized into three parts: Olympic World, Olympic Games, and Olympic Spirit. During your visit, you will be amazed by the history behind the Olympic Games and by all the things that the Olympic games represent.
It is easy to fall in love with the picturesque Lake Geneva. Under the jurisdiction of Switzerland and France, Lake Geneva is the largest lake in Western Europe. It is surrounded by mountains and seems to keep going forever. Take a break by the shimmering lake and sit down on one of the beaches. Let your feet relax in the crystal water or paddle around on a pedal boat and enjoy the sun.
Wine on the journey
After Lausanne, you will be surrounded by mountains. Hidden among them you will find the Castle of Aigle and its excellent wine museum. This strong fortress, built in the 12th century, is dedicated to wine-making and its history. You will discover historic and architectural elements but also learn how to really appreciate wine and how to make it.
Most recently the castle was renovated and modernized so people can try making their own wine digitally! So, who wants to make their own wine?