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Morges, Old Town Look up (7-12 years)

This playful visit is addressed to children from 7 to 12 years old and lasts about 30 minutes. A good way of learning interesting things about Morges and its old town by having a lot of fun!...

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Aubonne, Arboretum The Forest of the Bees

Created by the Arboretum of the Valley of Aubonne, the Forest of Bees is a course of discovery of the relations between the forest and the bees.
This course about one hour will allow you to get acquainted with the extraordinary world of bees.
The world of the Bee domesticated of course, but also all the less known bees which live in narrow relation with the forest environment and which make us inestimable services.

This nature trail is not translated....

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Agenda Morges and region

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Citygolf Morges-Préverenges

© Grégoire Chappuis

Golfround
in 18 holes

Golf course open throughout the year!
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Little Train

Little Train

I will be back next spring !

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Wine Tasting Package

More than 20 wine growers from "Les Vins de Morges" would like to offer you a complete Win...

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Tuber's Dahlias on Sale

29th and 30th October 2016

10.00 am-4.00 pm

CHF 5.- per Tuber

On th...

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Events

Oct
01

Morges

Swiss Classic British Car Meeting

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Oct
02

Morges

Vide Grenier - Favourite spot of antique dealers

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Oct
28

Morges

Salamandre Festival

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