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Vevey, one of Switzerland’s most charming towns, just ten miles from Lausanne and 40 minutes by train from Geneva, is worth a visit, especially to the Chillon Castle and the terraced vineyards of Lavaux, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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In Switzerland, a trek through the terraced vineyards of Lavaux…
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The Lavaux Vineyard Terraces—a UNESCO World Heritage site and top European wine region—offer a unique Swiss wine route through Switzerland’s stunning landscape.
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The Lavaux area in Switzerland is one of Europe’s oldest winegrowing regions, a distinction which has earned for Lavaux a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It is an area of immense charm, a perfect region to linger and enjoy the local Chasselas wines which take so much of their character from the local soil.
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Why you should visit Switzerland’s wine country now.
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