Living in Nyon


  • Win tickets to the gardens of the Château de Vullierens
    Win tickets to the gardens of the Château de Vullierens

    The lovely gardens of the Château de Vullierens will be open to the public for the last time this year over two consecutive weekends: the 28th and 30th September and the 5th – 7th October, from 10:00 – 16:00. There are various events planned over these two weekends in the grounds of the château: Alphorn […] The post Win tickets to the gardens of the Château de Vullierens ap

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  • Conference in English for writers – Workshops, editors, agents, networking and more
    Conference in English for writers – Workshops, editors, agents, networking and more

    “Whether you are a published author or are just beginning to write, this is the place to be.” On the 2-4 March 2018, the Geneva Writers’ Conference will take place at Webster University in Bellevue. This is just ten minutes from the centre of Geneva and is easily accessible by car or train.The conference aims to unite writers […] The post Conference in English

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  • Swiss Travel Suggestions and Swiss Fountains – Two books on Switzerland Part 1
    Swiss Travel Suggestions and Swiss Fountains – Two books on Switzerland Part 1

    Two recently published books on Switzerland that have landed on Living in Nyon’s desk are: “99.9 Ways to Travel – Live like a Local” by Chantal Panozzo, and “Glimpses of Medieval Switzerland” by A.S Bhalla. The first, is “one part travel book, one part culture guide, and total bucket list enjoyment”, and it provides lots of […] The post Swiss Travel Suggestio

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  • Leaving the Nyon area? – Tips to prepare you for your move
    Leaving the Nyon area? – Tips to prepare you for your move

    Early summer is when many expatriates living in the Nyon region are either relocating to other countries or they are moving back “home”. There’s lots to do to prepare for such a move. Apart from the actual packing and long list of administrative tasks to be taken care of, there are specific requirements to consider […] The post Leaving the Nyon area? – Tips to prepare you for you

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  • La Côte newspaper celebrates 125 years on Friday 23 June – Party for readers
    La Côte newspaper celebrates 125 years on Friday 23 June – Party for readers

    La Côte daily newspaper will celebrate 125 years of publishing with a big party on Friday 23rd June 2017 at the Signal de Bougy from 15:00 – 22.00. There will be food stands, live music, demonstrations from the hockey club of Nyon and Morges, the basketball club of Nyon, the Capoeira club of La Côte, a Magic club and […] The post La Côte newspaper celebrates 12

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  • “Welcome to the Canton of Vaud” brochure now in 13 languages
    “Welcome to the Canton of Vaud” brochure now in 13 languages

    The Canton of Vaud has recently printed “Welcome to the Canton of Vaud” in 13 languages: French, German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian, Portugese, Serbo-Croat, Somali, Tamil, Tigrinya, Turkish and Albanian. This useful information booklet contains a map which divides the canton into zones (Nyon and Morges are in zone 2) this is done to help find the right info for each […]

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  • Diccon Bewes in House of Parliament- Next Stop Nyon!
    Diccon Bewes in House of Parliament- Next Stop Nyon!

    A reminder to all readers of the upcoming Living in Nyon evening with Diccon Bewes.  Diccon recently launched his latest book “Around Switzerland in 80 Maps” at the Houses of Parliament in London. He will then be in Nyon on Tuesday 10th November at 19:30 to present and talk about his book. This is the first that Diccon will be holding in […]

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  • International Fair for Expats – Sunday 1st November
    International Fair for Expats – Sunday 1st November

    On Sunday November 1, the 9th edition of the Léman International Fair organised by Léman Events will open its doors to the public from 11:00 -17:00 with free entrance. This annual event, with over 100 exhibitors and around 2,000 visitors offers a large scale of products and services in English. Nine years ago this “international” day started in Morges […]

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  • New! Living in Nyon and Know-it-all passport start Podcasting!
    New! Living in Nyon and Know-it-all passport start Podcasting!

    Catherine from Living in Nyon and Lisa from the website Know-it-all passport, have teamed up and created a podcast called “Living in the Know”. For their first short ten minute podcast they have chosen to feature a selection of local events scheduled for November 2015 From where to go for Thanksgiving, to a talk on the local school system, and an […]

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  • Elevator Business Pitches, Nyon’s Wine Cellar Opens and Family Musical
    Elevator Business Pitches, Nyon’s Wine Cellar Opens and Family Musical

    Here is an eclectic mix of news and events coming up in the Nyon area and further afield. There will be a “Vernissage” at the Roulotte (the converted railway carriage behind the railway station) tonight,Thursday the 27th August at 18:00 featuring the artwork of Jean Claude-Bordier. The vernissage will then be followed by a Blue Grass concert by the band “Crazy […]

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