Lausanne is the capital city of the canton of Vaud (VD) and climbs to 500 metres off the shores of Lake Geneva.

Like the whole Lake Geneva area, Lausanne has attracted creative spirits from afar.

It is in Lausanne that T. S. Eliot wrote his famous poem ‘The Wasteland’.

David Bowie, Georges Simenon and Ingvar Kamprad (IKEA founder) all were foreign long-term residents in the Lausanne district of Épalinges, as much for the Forfait fiscal as for the splendid views over the lake below.

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