The block to the right is just around the corner from the youth hostel I stayed at, during the week this car park is full, but on an early thursday mornings, there are some nice markets here.
With France as a neighbour on the other side of the water with an equally impressive set of snow covered alps, this is a rather pleasant place to take a wander around the seafront.
The next day the flea market is here with a lot of distinctly Swiss looking bits and pieces, ie: these cow bells.
As well as antiques here, you can see the vans in the distance are from a farmer’s type market of local food producers. Its good to know, despite Vevey being the ancestral home of food producing empire overlords Nestle, there is a still space to fit in some local chap selling cheese out of his van! 🙂