|Fondation Gianadda: Paintings, Sculptures, Vintage vehicles, Archaeology|
|Visit to the Fondation Gianadda in Martigny|
In early 1976, the engineer Léonard Gianadda, with the goal of building on his property, discovered the ruins of a Gallo-Roman temple – the oldest of its kind in Switzerland.
Not long after, on the 31st July 1976, his brother, Pierre, died whilst trying to save his companions from an aeroplane crash. In memory of his brother, Léonard decided to found a cultural centre on the traces of the old Gallo-Roman temple
1 evening meal at the Golf-Hotel restaurant With the Riviera Card you can use the public bus service between Vevey and Montreux for free. You also benefit from a reduction of 50% on certain attractions and excursions in Montreux and Vevey!