The town of Evian, famous for its mineral water, is an upscale resort on the shores of Lake Geneva. Walking along the sidewalk by the lake, the exquisite buildings from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, such as the City Hall and the Spa Treatment Center, stand one after another, reminding people of the prosperous era of France. Evian's Water Source (Source de Cachat) is located near the city center, and people can taste the gushing water at will. Take a cruise on Lake Le Mans to Lausanne, Switzerland, in just 30 minutes. There are the French Alps on one side and the Swiss grape fields on the other. Walking on the lake while looking at the scenery on both sides is a relaxing thing. Evian Town is the birthplace of Evian water and the only place in the world where you can taste Evian water for free. There are 4 public drinking water points in Evian town, and Evian water flows for many years for the people in the town to drink for free. In the early morning or at dusk, residents of the town will line up to fill up drinking water. It only takes a dozen seconds to fill an empty 2-liter bottle, while the 200-ml bottle of Evian water in the town store sells for 2.3 euros. It is said that many people living in Switzerland will drive an hour here on weekends, fill up with enough water to drink for a week and then leave.