Apr 23, 2020 - 9:22 AM
in reply to Ildiko
It looks very interesting and I plan to visit next time I am in that area, although I have no idea when that will be. I think it would be nice to visit in the Winter with snow all around. Some people like to dump on Bjarke Ingels, but I quite like a good number of his projects. To get to le Musée, unless you are arriving by automobile, I imagine a PostAuto must go pretty close by. I just checked their website and it looks like there are multiple stops in Le Brassus, one called Le Brassus, Les Horlogers. The train station (la Gare) is a little over a kilometre away from le Musée, and trains arrive here via Vallorbe (I haven't checked the timetables but I suspect one can transfer at the Le Day stop to catch the train down from Lausanne, and also when coming up from Lausanne). Maybe one of the train experts on this forum can tell us. I used to be very good at getting around using the old horaire officiel. It was pretty compact and I would keep the most recent version in my sac à dos (rucksack) but now I do 99% of my moving around by automobile.
That is an interesting point you raise about the STP. I guess one way to find out would be to contact Audemars Piguet directly. There is a guest card called the ValPass and I see that one of its benefits is a 50% reduction for entry to the Espace Horloger, but this is another place in nearby Le Sentier (probably also worth a visit).
Na jó, szia !
Last modified on Apr 23, 2020 - 9:44 AM by Peterli