Nyon [njɔ̃] is a municipality in the district of Nyon in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. It is located some 25 kilometers north east of Geneva's city centre, and since the 1970s it has become part of the Geneva metropolitan area. It lies on the shores of Lake Geneva and is the seat of the district of Nyon. The town has (as of December 2016) a population of 20,272. It is connected to the rest of Switzerland by way of the Route Suisse, the A1 Motorway and the railways of the Arc Lémanique.
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4.5 based on 104 reviews
A fantastic museum - rooms were well laid out and conveyed a lot of information about the history of the castle without being overwhelming. The prison floor was particularly fascinating. The views over the lake were fantastic. A bargain visit as well - for 8CHF, you can get a ticket that gives entry to this, the Roman Museum and the Lake Museum. I would put this at the top of the itinerary for any visit to Nyon.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Want sure what to expect at this museum and was pleasantly surprised with a wide variety of great displays and pieces of history. There are several doors that include some fish tanks, old boats, historical boating objects, classic postcards, etc. This was well worth the time and the walk down the hill. For an eight Euro ticket (adult), you get admission here, and at the chateau and Roman Museum.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
A dreamlike space is set in the meadow with colourful tents, stalls and bars. Paleo has become Switzerland’s largest open-air festival with it’s roots in the 1970s and folk as the main focus. Nowadays it has to offer different kinds of international music performers, more than 250 Concerts and shows, art installations and ferry-wheels. It’s been famous for being sold out long before it starts so book in advance.
The Paleo Festival is very popular every year at the same time ! They are very well organised we live very near the Festival so we get "Laisser passer" to get through to our house.Most of the tickets are sold out long before the Festival but they always keep tickets to sell the same day ! The Bands are world famous and everything is handled very professionally ! It is nice to go and walk around and eat something !
5 based on 34 reviews
There are days when the little boutique in Nyon is as cramped with connoisseurs wanting to buy Alexander Paul's amazing pure cocoa butter creations as is the case at the other great chocolate shop in Bougy-Villars. And it’s understandable, because Alexander's talents closely match those of the very best. You won't be disappointed, although it must be said; fabulous chocolate has its price.
4 based on 62 reviews
The ancient Roman columns are situated in a park with Lake views all the way to Geneva. Awe inspiring and timeless.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Nyon was a Roman town formed by Caesar in around 50 BC. Almost every building site in the old town uncovers Roman artifacts which are then stored in the Musee Romain. Although the museum is underground (because it is at the level of the original town) even the children find it interesting. It is not a "must do" but worth the effort if you are exploring things to do. Nyon has many charming lanes and walkways so it is well worth exploring some of these which can be found around the museum.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The bar isa in Nyon, very relaxing and well located. One can go and get a drink inside or in the open area.
4 based on 9 reviews
if you are missing your bulmers head to the fish. fancy a night out where everyone speaks english, head to the fish. But be prepared to pay around 18chfs for a spirit and coke. ( its always loud in the evenings)
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Beautiful selection of Indian sourced products including textiles, art, accessories home furnishings. A treasure trove sort of place . One can spend a good deal of time looking at the beautifully sourced Indian artistic pieces, wall hangings whilst sipping an indian chai
4 based on 5 reviews
Offers great advice on many activities throughout the region - hiking, skiing, festivals - whatever your interest.
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