A mix of urban and natural environment that will surprise you. As a city on the shores of Lake Geneva, it is the ideal time to take a boat ride on the lake and discover Geneva from another point of view. Still on the lake, you will find the emblem of the city, the huge water jet, 140 meters high.
At the turn of a street, you will arrive on the Place Neuve, surrounded by historical buildings such as the Grand Théâtre, the Rath Museum and the Bastions Park.
To immerse yourself a little more in nature, you can stroll through an English garden and discover the most photographed clock in the country, the Flower Clock. A clock composed of 6500 plants and flowers.
Do you want to get a good view of the lake and Geneva? Go to the Saint-Pierre cathedral, in the heart of the Old Town, after having climbed 157 steps, you will just have to admire the breathtaking view.
Did you know that you can visit the Palace of Nations to learn more about the United Nations and the UN? When you are there, don't forget to look up to admire the magnificent ceiling of the Hall of Human Rights and the Alliance of Civilizations?
Behind the Cornavin train station, discover the strange Grottes district, otherwise known as the Smurfs district. You will see a surprising and colorful architecture, which can leave you to imagine its shapes.