Lake Geneva is known as a moon-shaped body of water shared between France and Switzerland, surrounded by a number of destinations, three of which are the city of Lausanne, the municipality of Montreux, and the town of Vevey. Not only do these humble locations boast the best views of the lake, but they're also ideal for travelers looking to relax and immerse themselves in Swiss art and culture. Lausanne is famous for its hilly old city with medieval-inspired streets and a Gothic cathedral. The resort town of Montreux has a stunning promenade filled with flowers and old sculptures. Vevey, on the other hand, is renowned for its Charlie Chaplin statue and a giant fork protruding from the lake.