The setting of Lausanne is extremely picturesque: it is hardly surprising that the International Olympic Committee has been based here since 1914. The town is built on three hills, surrounded by vineyard-covered slopes, with Lake Geneva at its feet. Rising impressively from the opposing French lakeshore are the Savoy Alps. The attractive old town is largely car-free. Small alleyways with cafes and boutiques shape the streetscape in the medieval city centre. The old town is dominated by the cathedral, which is regarded as Switzerland’s most impressive piece of early Gothic architecture. Lausanne was a diocesan town for over a thousand years. Ideally located in the heights of Lausanne, Aquatis Hotel is at the exit of the A9 motorway, at the crossroads of the north/south axis. Very easily accessible by public transport, it is located on the Vennes metro station which connects it to the city centre and the lakeside in a few minutes. During your stay, public transport is offered.
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