Roman Ruins and Swiss History in Nyon

David’s Been Here presents a quick tour of the town of Nyon, Switzerland. Situated right along Lake Geneva, this quaint village dates all the way back to 50 BC where it started out as a Roman colony. In the 13th Century a castle was built atop the remaining Roman ruins, and combined with the beautiful streets, buildings and waterfront, they help make this town a wonderful day trip. Only ten minutes by train outside of Geneva, head to Nyon for another memorable day in Switzerland with the David’s Been Here guide to Switzerland, now available for your Kindle as well.

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