Vevey Old Town
Vevey's old town clock. The town is small enough to easily wander on foot but if you need a little speed, as in Lausanne, visitors can borrow bikes free of charge for the day from near the railway station.
Vevey Old Town.
Place du Marché, Vevey.
Vevey's Grand-Place with the old town granary, now tourist office, La Grenette (1808) in the middle-distance. In the summertime the Grand-Place is pretty fully occupied with parking for visitors but on normal Tuesdays and Saturdays it's a huge and busy market.
The hideous monolith of Nestlé's Vevey headquarters are not at all camouflaged by a flower peacock. Nestlé has set up the rather dull Alimentarium Museum nearby, a history of cooking, eating, digesting and, errr, the Nestlé company.
A mini market area down by the lake and port area.
Vevey's calm and unhurried lakeshore. We can't think of a Swiss town that could compete with Vevey for a romantic break of a lifetime, so long as the sun's shining!