Living la Suisse
Switzerland is a country quite unknown to many Spaniards. With an extension similar to that of Extremadura (41,277km2), it manages to divide itself into 26 cantons and coexist peacefully.
Its landscapes are very varied, from the high peaks to the sweet lakes giving an amalgam of very attractive tourist possibilities.
We will begin with a quiet walk through the vineyards cultivated on the slopes of Lake Geneva. A tourist train runs the distance between Vevey and Chexbres.
The paths used by winegrowers seem to have been designed to delight tourists. The views over the vineyards with the lake below and the Alpine mountains in front allow you to enjoy an incredible landscape that changes color throughout the day. Each train stop allows you to take wonderful photos that you will put on your computer screen throughout the winter.
The picturesque villages that line the slopes such as Saint Saphorin, Rivaz or Chardonne are each worth a visit to walking up and down its slopes and enjoying the many wineries in the region.
Before finalizing On the tour, the train makes a stop among the vineyards and surrounded by bunches of grapes finishing rounding for their collection, they serve you a glass of white Lavaux wine, which is what this area is called as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. p >
If after the walk you want to eat over the vineyards and the lake, I recommend the restaurant of the Hotel Le Baron Tavernier where you can continue tasting the the wines of the region.