After racing down the slopes, take a drive towards Lausanne, a gem of architecture and history. Have lunch in the home of a renowned chef and enjoy Swiss cooking at its best.
Explore the Musée Cantonal for archaeology, art and history. See the beautiful Eglise Saint-François and the Thai Pavilion. Stroll around and buy some Saucisson vaudois, pork sausage, and for a sweet tooth, arte à la raisinée, a pie with condensed apple or pear fruit juice.
Drive onward towards Geneva, the largest city in Switzerland. It offers a bustling vibe and fabulous sites. See the Jet d’Eau, a fountain that pumps water 140m into the air. If you are brave, you can venture up close and be soaked by its water.
Visit the magnificent Cathédrale St-Pierre and the Palais des Nations with its huge halls and perfectly manicured gardens. Stroll around the Old Town and see the quirky Quartier des Grottes, where the architects tried to avoid using any straight lines, creating an unconventional Gaudi-like appearance. See the famous Flower Clock in the Jardin Anglais and relax in the fresh air. The Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain is a must for art lovers, offering the best of modern and contemporary art.
A purchase of local Swiss Chocolate and wine is a must!
End your day with a fabulous seafood dinner at the exquisite Brasserie Lipp.