Jun 7, 2012 - 2:19 AM
Hi anonymous-Europe! That's quite a lot for 1 day. You should use the timetable
to check traveling times and find out whether it's possible. Also, online maps such as maps.google.ch
offer great info on (pedestrian) routes, even within cities.
As for the order of your plans: Rochers-de-Naye
is a viewing point, so that deserves a visit when weather is best. In many cases, but certainly not always, this is (early) in the morning. You can best check weather forecasts shortly in advance and then make your a final planning.
You should pick the attraction (Mt Pèlerin, Glion or Sonloup) that requires the least traveling time I guess, as you already have a full schedule. The timetable and the Lake Geneva tourism website provide good information to make a sound comparison. You may like the downloadable brochure 'Dream lines' at Lake Geneva Tourism
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