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Chillon Castle

Avenue de Chillon 21, 1820 Veytaux, Switzerland

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About Chillon Castle

Chillon Castle is an Island Castle which is situated in the eastern end of the lake on the shore between Villeneuve and Montreux. Chillon is amongst the most visited castles in Switzerland and Europe.



Attractions near Chillon Castle

Casino Barrière Montreux2.1km from Chillon Castle

Montreux Casino is a casino located in Montreux, Switzerland, on the shoreline of Lake Geneva.

Queen Studio Experience Montreux2.11km from Chillon Castle

A unique museum dedicated to the legendary band Queen fascinates rock music fans. It is located in the former Mountain Studios in the Casino Barrière de Montreux. The collection includes handwritten song lyrics, costumes worn during performances, studio equipment, promotional material, singles, etc.

Rochers de Naye4.21km from Chillon Castle

A mountain overlooking Lake Geneva, Rochers-de-Naye straddles the range separating the lake from the valley of the Sarine.

Dent de Jaman4.99km from Chillon Castle

The Dent de Jaman is a mountain above Montreux, situated north of the Rochers de Naye.

Col de Jaman5.64km from Chillon Castle

The Col de Jaman is a mountain pass that connects Montreux in the canton of Vaud to Montbovon in the canton of Fribourg.

blonay-chamby museum railway6.15km from Chillon Castle

The Blonay - Chamby Railway and Museum was opened in 1968 with the aims of operating the meter-gauge railway line from Blonay to Chamby and in doing so preserving railway equipment of technical or historic value. The century-old steam or electric trains take visitors from Blonay on a journey through viaducts, tunnels, and pastures that offer a beautiful view of the Vaud Riviera, Lake Geneva, and Savoy.

Where is Chillon Castle

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Vaud56 attractions

The canton of Vaud is the third largest of the Swiss cantons by population. The capital and biggest city is Lausanne, officially designated "Olympic Capital" by the International Olympic Committee and hosting many international sports organizations.