Living in the Know, is the podcast collaboration between Know-it-all passport and Living in Nyon and the June edition is now online. With summer approaching, this month’s podcast focusses on day and short trips away, tune in to find out about a town with a fabulous Friday market surrounded by the Alps and castles, as well as a trip […]
On December 13th there will be changes to the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) rail timetable. Although some of the new train times will only alter some rail journeys by a few minutes on the Nyon/Geneva and Nyon/ Lausanne routings, there will be significant changes to other routes such as the Nyon/ Neuchâtel route which will involve a change of […]
A signed bike route around Lac Léman has been put in place following five years’ collaboration between the French and Swiss authorities. The route, which was inaugurated this summer, comprises nearly 200 km of mainly quiet roads with fantastic views over the lake and the landscapes beyond. On the Swiss (northern) side of the lake, […]
There was lots of celebrating going on around Nyon railway station last night after Switzerland’s 2-1 win over Ecuador in the 2014 World Cup. At big international matches this area of town often becomes a gathering point for those who want to celebrate. It’s noisy and it’s fun!
A year after performing at Paleo, L’Elastique Citrique, Nyon’s circus school will be going on tour next week down the Vaud lakeside. The circus troupe, made of about 20 artists who train at the circus school several times a week will be on tour for a week, but there’s a twist: they’ll be touring aboard […]