Lutry.

The size of a small town in itself, Lutry forms the link between the urban area of Lausanne and the Lavaux vineyards. Its architecture is rich in history. As well as its ramparts and fortified houses, its landscape is dominated by four towers: the Tour de l’Eglise, the Tour de l’Horloge, the Tour de Bourg and the Tour Bertholod.

Train trip.

Lavaux Express.

Lutry–Aran–Grandvaux–Lutry.

This charming cog-wheeled train bravely makes its way up the slopes of this wine-growing region, following a track forged by generations of enthusiasts.

I Point near landing pier Lutry: 1.4.–29.10.2017 Wednesday 13h30/15h/16h30, Sunday 10h30/13h30/15h/16h30; 13.6.–30.9.2017 Friday 13h30/15h/16h30;

Duration 1h15.

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Culture. 

Menhirs.

Des menhirs datant d’environ 4000 ans avant J.-C., découverts à Menhirs dating from around 4000 BCE were discovered in Lutry in 1984.

Roman remains Savuit.

The ancient Roman scales at Savuit, a village perched above Lutry, are the last of their kind in Switzerland.

Market. 

Place du Port. Saturday 7h–13h 

Beach.

Curtinaux: Douche, WC, vestiaire, buvette, jeux

Wine cellar.

Caveau des vignerons.

Tuesday–Friday 17h–21h, Saturday 11h–14h/17h–21h, Grand-Rue 23, www.lutry.chLink opens in new window.

In vino veritas.

Thursday–Friday 16h–21h, Saturday 11h–14h/17h–21h, Sunday on reservation, Grand-Rue 15,

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Terres de Lavaux.

Monday–Friday 9h–12h/13h30–18h30, Saturday 9h–12h30, Ch. de la Culturaz 21,

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Restaurants. 

Coup de cœur near the train station: Le Rivage.

A poetic spot on the shores of Lake Geneva, Le Rivage sits opposite the old port of Lutry and serves creative seasonal cuisine that show-cases fresh and local produce.

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Information.

I Point on the lake shore, next to the port, Quai Gustave-Doret. 

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