Its architecture is reminiscent of its Sardinian roots and will transport you to Southern Europe. While away many pleasant hours perusing the shops, shady terraces, crafts and antique dealers in Carouge's alleys and passageways.
At the highest point of the Old Town, its towers offer a breathtaking panorama. And its vaults house the largest archaeological site north of the Alps.
The Brunswick Monument is a protected historic monument with a surprising structure and history. The Neo-Gothic mausoleum facing the lake is a replica of the Scaligeri mausoleum in Verona built in the 14th century for the lords of the city and rebuilt in Geneva by the City Council for the Duke of Brunswick.
Forces Motrices, the imposing cultural center, “swims” in the middle of the Rhone River. Located in the former water works it is today a renovated oasis with theater and opera performances as well as exhibition halls with a capacity of 950 persons.
Discover an exciting city situated in Europe’s most breathtaking landscapes. The ultimate playground for the adventurous and cultural lovers alike.
More than 50 parks and gardens act as the city’s oxygen tank. The parks located along the lakeshore and the Parc des Bastions are true havens of peace. In Geneva, you find a park or a garden to relax around almost every corner!
Geneva’s often imitated but never equalled Flower Clock is a renewable living masterpiece.
The world’s largest conference centre for international peace and security, the Palais des Nations is the focal point of Geneva’s international area. It was built in 1929—36 as the headquarters of the League of Nations, founded in 1920 to preserve world peace in the aftermath of World War I.
The city located on Europe’s largest Alpine Lake has long been a destination for people well acquainted to the finer things in life. Known for fine jewellery, banking and chocolate, Geneva is unmistakably Swiss, but with an international appeal due to the number and scale of world organisations and governmental bodies operating from and around the city’s business district. As for less serious matters, Geneva’s Jet d’Eau is the world’s tallest fountain and, Old Town, with requisite parks and promenades, exudes a strong French influence. The tallest mountain in the Alps, Mont Blanc, is only one hour away by car.
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