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Itinerary tips for Lake Geneva & surroundings...

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Hi All,

My wife and I (30 & 35) are planning to go to Lake Geneva the 1st week of August and need some help on the planning.

We live in Paris, so we will drive down 5-6 hours, and would like to spend around 5 days in the area touring the lake; doing hikings, visiting Laussane, Montreux & Evian, maybe Geneva...

We know that this is not the 1st choice of nightlife, but are looking to enjoy a few good local restaurants, if you have any recos.

Any tips that can help us build the itinerary from how long to spend in each place, to things not to be missed will be highly appreciated!

Thanks much!

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