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l'Arboretum National du Vallon de l'Aubonne

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Stroll next to the river in the beautiful forest, enjoy the birds singing or humming of the wild... read more

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SGXXXIX
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Canton of Geneva, Switzerland
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Great walks and beautiful trees and plants. Easy walking but if you need more exercise... then... read more

Reviewed August 18, 2017
Assumpta C
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stroll next to the river in the beautiful forest, enjoy the birds singing or humming of the wild life. The are many paths to take - the shortest is around ~4 km which was very easy, even for the kids. All the plants have signs...More

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Reviewed August 18, 2017 via mobile

Great walks and beautiful trees and plants. Easy walking but if you need more exercise... then there is a possibility to make it more difficult... well documented.

Thank Assumpta C
Reviewed March 2, 2017

This is a wonderful area of woodland, planted in zones with well marked trails, a lake and a river. There are any number of interesting habitats to see and fungi, birds, flowers and of course the trees make it a fascinating place to visit. It...More

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Reviewed February 8, 2017 via mobile

For the ones who love hiking and walking, go head, there's a story, names tracks to learn especially if you enjoy nature, take your kids if yoh have it, or a romantic moment, need some improvements

Thank Nuno Paulo G
Reviewed November 25, 2016 via mobile

This arboretum is fantastic, excellent free activity, lots of things to see, well worth a visit. Would advice good footwear, trainers are fine.

Thank AMANDA W
Reviewed December 19, 2015 via mobile

I went to the arboretum last summer. This place is amazing. The nature meet humans in a good balance. You can discover this place with your family or alone, it does not matter, you will feel there peaceful and happy. If you like to walk...More

Thank Jérémie P
Reviewed July 9, 2015

It a pleasant arboretum need more colourful trees, it a newish plantation will improve with age but on the all nice place for tranquil walk ,not crowded been many times

Thank Roland S
Reviewed October 7, 2014

The arboretum is well laid out, 3000 tree and bush species from all over the world ! It's a perfect place to go for an easy walk in any season. In a few hours walk you learn about a variety of plants and trees from...More

Thank Otto_Hettie
Reviewed May 12, 2013 via mobile

We often go here for walkies with the dog and toddler. Paths are used enough to allow for strollers and there are numerous paths to follow. Beautiful in spring with all the blossoms. Cafe/restaurant opens in spring and is very reasonably priced!

Thank MrsHorse
Reviewed March 15, 2013

Arboretum is all about plants and trees, woods and river, hill and lake view. It's a perfect place to go for an easy walk in any season. In few hours walk you learn about a variety of plants and trees from different origins. It's close...More

Thank LaRosadeiVenti_11
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