Things to see and do - Nyon
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Nyon Travel guide
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A pleasant little town ranged over a spot overlooking Lake Geneva, Nyon jealously cultivates the memory of its Latin past, having been founded by Julius Caesar as the town of Colonia Julia Equestris. The 16C Bern occupation is recalled by the chateau and its arcaded houses on the market square. The Paleo Festival takes place in July, bringing together musics from all five continents.
Tourist attractions Nyon : Things to see and do
Promenade des Vieilles Murailles CH - 1260 Nyon
Arranged in the 19C shaded from the north winds and overlooking the Rive district, the path town runs along ivy-covered walls and widens out onto the Esplanade des Marronniers, where one has a fine view of the town, the Petit Lac to Geneva, the Salèv..
This château is home to the History and Porcelain Museum. Drastically renovated by the Bernese in the 16C, this construction of feudal origin, property of the city of Nyon since 1804, has five different towers, each topped with a pepper box fortifica..
r. Maupertuis CH - 1260 Nyon
This underground museum is marked at ground level by a statue of Julius Caesa. The former basilica of the Forum is shown by the blind façade of a neighbouring house. A vast 1C civic building, this basilica only has a third of its foundations showing ..
Rue St. Jean 22 CH - 1260 Nyon
15, rue de Rive CH - 1260 Nyon
Rue De Rive 49 CH - 1260 Nyon
Built in 1451 the recently renovated, traditional 4-star hotel Beau Rivage is located directly on the shores of Lake Geneva. It skilfully combines the charm of the past with modern amenities. A symbol of the city of Nyon, the hotel offers 50 rooms, ..
Ruelle des Moulins 2 CH - 1260 Nyon
Near a pedestrian street, this friendly restaurant has a fountain where tables are set up during the summer months. Modern cuisine is served in an intimate dining room with a bistro-type atmosphere.
Rue du Marché 3 CH - 1260 Nyon
A love for food crosses all borders, as this restaurant demonstrates with its menu offering Italian, French and even British specialities. A truly international choice of dishes served in a traditional bistro-style setting.
Place de Savoie 1 CH - 1260 Nyon
The Grand Café serves regional Italian food accompanied by a good selection of la Botte wines in a friendly, elegant setting.