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Lausanne Launches Europe’s First Customisable Visitor Pass

The Swiss city of Lausanne has launched a customisable City Pass, the first of its kind in Europe. Visitors to the city will be able to build a custom trip by adding on a number of attractions and excursions to their pass. 

There are two options available depending on the length of stay. The classic pass is valid for one day, and allows visitors to access four major attractions for a single price. The included attractions include admission to the Olympic Museum, the Collection de l’Art Brut and the MCBA; entry to climb to the belfry of Notre-Dame cathedral and 24 hour public transport in the “Grand Lausanne” zone. 

The second pass is valid for up to three days. In addition to the same benefits of the one day pass, boasts you’ll also get admission to the Fondation de l’Hermitage , the Historical Museum and the Roman Museum, and chocolate treats when visiting one of the city’s boutique Durig Chocolatier. Visitors will save up to 54% with the city pass compared to the individual purchases of each activity. 

The second pass is the one which can be customised – visitors can add on one or more of the following attractions or excursions: AQUATIS Aquarium-VivariumChâteau de ChillonGlacier 3000Maison Cailler in BrocMines de Sel de BexCGN Lavaux Tour and Chaplin’s World in Corsier-sur-Vevey. Each of these experiences will be offered at a reduced rate with savings ranging from 15% to 30%. The new City Pass is sold online and will soon be available from Lausanne Tourisme’s information desks in the city. It’s fully digital, working via a QR code on any smart phone. 


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