Monday

1. April

19:00 21:00

An Olympic Experience - Monday Night Radio Reception

 

At the invitation of our Swiss Host Partners SRG|SSR, RRR and VSP, the Federal Office of Communications OFCOM, and Swisscom Broadcast, the Olympic Museum opens its doors to Radiodays Europe delegates for a private visit and an Aperitif Reception at the Museum's panoramic penthouse restaurant TOM Café

Please don't forget to bring your Radiodays Europe badge. Access is restricted to holders of a full 3-day conference pass. No accompanying persons, nor Sunday-only visitors admitted.


Lausanne is the Olympic Capital. To say it is THE Olympic Capital is not bragging, it is a fact: When former IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch gave this title to Lausanne in 1994, he did so because he believed that the Olympic Movement needed to have a place recognised by all as the repository of the universal embodiment of the values he defended. And he chose Lausanne which had already been the seat of the International Olympic Committee since 1915.

At the invitation of our Swiss Host Partners SRG|SSR, RRR and VSP, the Federal Office of Communications OFCOM, and Swisscom Broadcast, the Olympic Museum opens its doors to Radiodays Europe delegates for a private visit and an Aperitif Reception in the Museum's panoramic penthouse restaurant TOM Café

As of 19:00 (until 21:00), you have access to the museum and can go on a discovery tour through sports history. Look out for your favourite Olympic heros - you are sure to discover traces of them. At 19.30 (until 21:00), TOM Café will serve a selection of delicious regional wines, snacks and soft drinks. You can freely move between the museum and TOM Café, and - in good weather - enjoy the breathtaking view across Lake Geneva from the café terrace.

For your individual dinner arrangements following the reception, you can find suggestions in Lausanne Tourism's list of restaurants for groups, or on this website

The access is easy: Best is to hop on a M2 Metro in direction of "Ouchy". Then either get out at "Délices" and follow the Avenue de l'Elysée to the upper entrance of the Olympic Museum. The other option is to leave the metro at its terminal Station "Ouchy", enjoy a short stroll along the shores of Lake Geneva, and then ascend to the main entrance of the Museum through its garden terraces. Here is an access plan

Please don't forget to bring your Radiodays Europe badge. Access is restricted to holders of a full 3-day conference pass. No accompanying persons, nor Sunday-only visitors admitted.

Where

Olympic Museum
Event type
Radio Night Reception