16 Sep 22

Festival Images Vevey

Images Vevey is the first open-air photography festival in Switzerland, and takes place every two years in September.
15 Sep 22

Top Villages to Celebrate Les Désalpes

A charming alpine tradition since 3000 BC, here are 5 places you can watch the “cows come home” somewhat close to Lausanne.
30 Aug 22

Théâtre de Beaulieu Opens its Doors Again

After years of renovation, the Théâtre de Beaulieu opens its doors to the public, securing its spot as the largest theatre in Switzerland.
23 Aug 22

Enrico Antonioli: the Natural Italian Wine Grower with Traditional Roots 

As a biodynamic grower, Enrico must be in constant exchange with his surroundings; working with what he has, not exclusively with what he thinks.
20 Jul 22

Switzerland v. France: The Amicable Rivalry

With just a couple of weeks between Bastille Day and Fête nationale, it’s time to analyze where Swiss and French agree to disagree.
14 Jul 22

Celebrating Bastille Day in Lausanne

Whether you’re from France or just interested in its history, here are the best ways to celebrate Bastille Day in Lausanne.

Catherine Cruchon and the Legacy of Swiss Biodynamic Wine

For Catherine, it isn’t just about the vines or even the wine, it is about creating an experience that evokes “emotional registry.
02 Jun 22

Designer’s Table

Discover the concept of Designer’s Table, and the man behind it all.
25 May 22

Top Summer Activities in & around Lausanne 2022

Want to make the most of Lausanne’s warmer weather? We’re telling you about the biggest and best summertime events to attend in and around town this year. Because who needs to travel when you live in Lausanne?
19 May 22

Lausanne à Table 2022 Program is live!

Foodies rejoice! The Lausanne à Table 2022 Program is live, and there are even more events to look forward to this year. Let the feasting and festivities begin!

The Tour de France Returns to Lausanne

On Saturday July 9th, the eighth stage of the Tour de France will leave from Dole in the Jura region of France and end right here in Lausanne.
01 Apr 22

Everyday Icons: The Mighty (Toilet) Duck

The toilet duck is the unsung hero of Swiss inventions and has been conquering dirty toilets across the globe for over forty years.
23 Mar 22

Treasures from the Treilles Foundation at the Hermitage

The exhibition offers a unique opportunity to view the collection of Anne Gruner Schlumberger, including works by Arp, Braque, Brauner, Dubuffet, Ernst, Alberto Giacometti, Klee, Lalanne, Léger, Picasso, and Takis.
09 Mar 22

Just for Laughs: The English Comedy Scene in Lausanne

If you’ve forgotten what it’s like to laugh (who could blame you), why not take in some local stand-up comedy in English.

Walking in the Footsteps of Napoleon

A day among monks and cuddly dogs – venture to the edge of Switzerland to visit the Grand St. Bernard Hospice.

The Hollow Mountains: Discover the Secret Swiss Bunkers

Brush up on history and see how the Swiss fortified the country with thousands of secret bunkers – plus discover which ones you can visit today.
09 Nov 21

The Woman at the Top of the Tower

When Lausanne announced they’d hired the first female night watchman – or “guette” – Cassandre Berdoz stepped confidently into the crossroads of tradition and modernity.
05 Nov 21

Blank Canvas: Plateforme 10 Invites the Public to the New MUDAC and Elysée Museums

This weekend only! The public is invited to visit the empty building before it closes again until summer…
02 Nov 21

Everyday Icons: The Unnoticeable Power of HELVETICA

Have you ever wondered how much power a single font could have on you and your perceptions? Read about one of the most iconic fonts of all time.

How to Prepare a Brisolée-Themed Picnic

It’s time for one of our favorite autumn traditions, originally from the Valais but now adopted in Vaud.
07 Oct 21

The Artists and Designers of Tomorrow

Usually held every year in Renens, this year’s ECAL graduate exhibition returns to the school’s former home at the Espace Arlaud on the Place de la Riponne.