Morges, the small town on Lake Geneva near Lausanne, in addition to interesting museums and sights mainly offers a lot of excursion destinations in the immediate vicinity. The La Côte (The Hill) vineyards deserve particular notice. Here’re Morges Town Maps Lochmann Street and The Lake Louis de Savoie Street, Market in Morges
Morges Castle and Military Museum Morges Castle is a medieval castle in Morges and a Swiss heritage site of national significance. In 1286, Louis of Savoy founded a city in a pasture where a gallows previously stood. A castle was built to protect the city, which quickly developed into an administrative and market center as well as a hub for transporting goods by land and sea. Courtyard of the castle The exhibition of the Military Museum and the view of Morges Harbor from the castle After the castle, walking to the harbor Alley of Igor Stravinski
Morges is a typical lakeside town opposite majestic Mont-Blanc. Its pedestrian central street in the heart of the old town is the venue of lively markets and shops. Restaurants serve Morges AOC wine, the major appellation in the Lake Geneva Region.
I really love this town.