Frequent regional trains between Geneva and Lausanne stop at Nyon. The train station is within walking distance from the lake shore. Nyon is also serviced by trains from St. Gallen, Basel and Zürich which stop in Nyon every hour.
Nyon is small enough to cover on foot.
Nyon is proud of its Roman ruins.
In summer, take the small train starting from below the train station and go to the station Givrine. Then walk to the top and enjoy the view. In winter, you can find a full fledged winter sport station at Givrine, with alpine and nordic skiing.
Nyon is host to the largest European Music Festival every year in early July — called Paléo, the festival attracts Musicians and people from all around the world come to enjoy this wonderful festive atmosphere. Nyon also hosts the Visions du Réel International film festival every April.
Get a home made chocolate at "Smoothies de Sophie" in Rue de la Gare.
No campsite in Nyon (there used to be one but the land was sold to the UEFA so they could build their Headquarters). The cheapest hotel is the "Hostellerie du XXVIe siècle" which is situated on the Place du Marché. Second cheapest is the "Hotel des Alpes" situated near the Station.