With its eight paddle-wheel boats from the Belle Epoque era, five of them powered with steam engines, the Compagnie Générale de Navigation sur le lac Léman (CGN) owns a unique patrimony. The Belle Epoque boats have been plying Central Europe’s largest lake for 130 years. The boats run from Geneva to Le Bouveret, via Yvoire, Evian or Lausanne and offer diverse and grandiose views. CGN offers a wide range of lake cruises. Enjoy the gently lapping limpid waters of Lake Geneva where harbors take turns with castles (Chillon, Morges, Rolle, Yvoire, Coppet, etc.), vineyards along the steep hills of the Lavaux and the snow-capped Alps in the background. Relish a nice meal during this relaxing cruise. In autumn, winter and spring, we offer fondue fun aboard our boats. There are also many thematic cruises, as well as charter cruises.

Route: Geneva – Lausanne/Evian – Vevey – Montreux – St-Gingolph