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Ville de Divonne-les-Bains, Divonne-les-Bains
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The water that once nurtured diamonds, now makes your body shine at the Ville de Divonne-les-Bains. The area once supported a diamond mining industry, but it was soon discovered that there were few diamonds and a great deal of hot springs. These thermal spring waters made Divonne a popular spa town in the 19th century; however, the city didn't begin to grow significantly until 1945. It remains a peaceful town of fewer than 8,000 inhabitants that relies on thermal springs for economy and good health. Plan to visit Ville de Divonne-les-Bains and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Divonne-les-Bains attractions using our Divonne-les-Bains trip itinerary planner.
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  • Don't miss the market Sunday morning! Whether to do her shopping with great quality products and or to hang out and enjoy oysters, fish or products Landes!
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  • Nice little French town with a great and trendy, high quality Sunday market, serving oysters, paella and large variety of other foods. The shops are open both weekend days and offer some nice variety ...  more »
  • Divonne is a small town on the border with Switzerland and is something of a dormitory suburb of Geneva, where ex-pats not wanting to settle outside the EU, to not lose pension savings. So prices there's no French and Swiss. In addition, a private cultural life Divonna pretty poor-at least compared to the nearby Swiss settlements. This is strange, because the city itself could be quite interesting: both the Castle and the beautiful Casino complex, and the Lake to the River, and a concert hall. Most of us remember visiting the hydroelectric power station of the beginning of the 20th century, recently restored volunteers-one of the first in France. It is next to the tourist office and is open on Tuesday and Sunday. In General, the city is more suited for a relaxing break or as a base for the surrounding area: the Jurassic mountains there are things to do in summer and winter.
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