Montreux is a municipality in the district of Riviera-Pays-d'Enhaut in the canton of Vaud in Switzerland. It is located on the banks of the Lake Geneva at the foot of the Alps and has a population of 26,574 and by December 2017, there were approximately 90,000 eclammation. The oldest settlement was a Bronze Age village in Buggy. Montereyx is situated on the north bank of the Lake Geneva on the Roman road of Italy, on the upper edge of the Simplon Pass, where the road separated into Gaul through the road of the Roman capital of Aventikum and besancon.
This made it an important agreement in the Roman era. The second-fourth century Roman villa and the 6th-7th century cemetery have been discovered. In the 12th century, Vitriculture was started in this area, and the incense slope of the Lake Montreux from Lavaux became an important wine-growing area. Montrose is mentioned for the first time in 1215 as Mustaruel. In 1295, the Bishop of Sion sold the Parrish of Montreux to Ore's Girard. In 1317, it was divided between the Lord of Oron Le Chattester and Savoy Les Plaches. A Brotherhood of the Holy Spirit started a hospital of estates and Montreux in approximately.