Lausanne: just one of many towns? Its scenery, its history and its inhabitants have made it a place with a charm of its own. The smallest city in Switzerland – but the Olympic Capital all the same – is distinguished by the unique atmosphere of the site it occupies.
Its undulating contours afford residents and visitors spectacular glimpses over Lake Geneva and the Alps. The wealth of its cultural life is exceptional, while its modest size keeps it on an eminently human scale.
A bastion of training and research, its campuses have built a solid reputation all over the globe. A leisurely stroll is enough to discover stunning parks and gardens, bustling shopping districts and a fine architectural heritage. To discover Lausanne is to know the quality of life that makes it such a unique city.