Geneva’s most famous monument, the Jet d’Eau, is the world’s tallest water fountain and provides a constant landmark for exploring the city. Geneva “old Town” offers a living glimpse of the pat while Geneva’s more than thirty museums and art galleries capture the rich and vibrant history of the city. Discover the international Geneva visiting the  UNO, just like the Palais Wilson and UNHCR.Geneva’s lakefront is one of the city’s greatest assets; Lake Geneva is the largest lake in Central Europe. Walking by the lake you will discover wonderful parks and beautiful old residences. Crossing the Mont-Blanc bridge, you will pass by the Jardin Anglais (English Garden) where you will find the famous Horloge fleurie     ( flower clock).

Geneva is also a cultural and art city; you will have a very large choice for your evenings: many theatres, a beautiful opera house, an international orchestra (OSR).

The walkers and nature overs will also find what they are looking for in Geneva; the Geneva countryside will indeed charm you with its history, his wonderful landscapes over the Mont-Blanc and his vineyards breaking with the traditional picture of cosmopolitan city.

Go to Geneva-tourisme website

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