Sports, Wine and Cinema at Riviera

Geneva – Lausanne Olympic Museum – Vevey – Chaplin Museum – Lavaux vinyards (Unesco Heritage) – Geneva

Majestic Riviera

Castle of Chillon and Montreux

Upon completing the unforgettable cruise, you will disembark directly at Chillon Castle, Switzerland’s most visited castle dating back to the 11th century. Situated on a small island at the western end of Lake Geneva, the castle was constructed by the House of
Savoy in the 12th century. With its impressive presence, the fortress guarded a strategic passage
between the Vaud Riviera and the Rhone Valley. Chillon Castle reveals a significant part of Switzerland’s history, including the conquests by Bern in 1536 and the Vaud in 1798. Today, it stands as Switzerland’s most frequented historical monument, drawing over 400,000 visitors each year.

Nestled between the lake and the mountains, Montreux benefits from a mild and pleasant microclimate throughout the year, creating an ideal environment for vibrant flowers and tropical plants. The city’s flower-lined quays provide a picturesque setting for leisurely strolls and gazing out at Lake Geneva.

The Olympic Museum

Also known as Musée Olympique, celebrates the Olympic movement, showcasing the history of the games, their organization, and the achievements of athletes. Inside the museum, you’ll encounter interactive displays that complement the vast collection of 1,500 items directly related to the games and the athletes. Additionally, a beautifully landscaped park featuring statues, Olympic symbols, and breathtaking views of Lake Geneva and the Alps is accessible to all visitors.

Chaplin Museum

Located on the former country estate of the Chaplin family, «Manoir de Ban» in Corsier-sur-Vevey, this unique attraction offers a fascinating insight into the life of the iconic figure with the bowler hat. While exploring the manor house and its expansive park, visitors can delve into Chaplin’s personal life, while the new building focuses on his artistic works.



  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Transportation by private car or van
  • Paddle Steamer in first class
  • Visits mentioned in the program including entrance’s fees.


  • Tips
  • Drinks and meals