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Lausanne Train Station - Ibis hotel Car Park
20 rue du Maupas, 1004 Lausanne

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Lausanne: easily find a car park

If you plan to spend a few days in Lausanne , park your car in the car parks located in the center of the capital of the canton of Vaud. This is particularly the case of the Parking Mon Repos, on the Avenue Mon Repos or the private parking Gare de Lausanne - Ibis , rue de Maupas.

The best sites and emblematic places in Lausanne

The Palais de Beaulieu is one of the must-see monuments in the city of Lausanne. It is basically an old historical building which over time has become the emblem of the canton of Vaud. It is mainly the Palace of Congresses and political events that also houses the largest theater in Switzerland. The famous Beaulieu Theater is able to accommodate more than 1800 people. The Palais has its own car park on Avenue des Bergières open 24 hours a day and with a capacity of more than 500 places. During your visit to Lausanne , do not miss to visit the largest auditorium in Switzerland, the Docks. The stage, open to all musical genres, welcomes every year many local and international artists. In a warm and relaxed atmosphere, you can also enjoy a drink in the cafes and bars located there or take a look in its sublime gallery exhibition. The theater is located about fifteen minutes from the station car park.


Lausanne and its museums, not to be missed

Lausanne also has many museums as interesting as each other. The Musée de l'Élysée, for example, is a museum specifically dedicated to photography. Each year, a dozen exhibitions are organized. You can also admire the works dedicated to Charlie Chaplin, who has long resided in the canton of Vaud. This museum is about 7 minutes from Avenue Mon Repos where the nearest parking is. At about the same distance, the Cantonal Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne is one of the oldest Museums in the city. The Museum exhibits each year more than 10,000 paintings, most of which are works of great Vaudois painters including Cleyre, Steinlen, Vallotton or Soutter.