Geneva provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Geneva. These are our tips for exploring Geneva.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Built in 1854 on the city's ancient fortifications, the 5-star Hôtel Métropole Geneva is located in the heart of Geneva.
Located opposite the Cornavin Main Train Station, the Warwick Geneva is just 300 metres from Lake Geneva and only a 6-minute train ride
Featuring period furniture in all rooms of its historic building, Hôtel de la Cigogne offers you an elegant atmosphere for your stay in the centre
Offering 2 gourmet restaurants, the luxurious Mandarin Oriental is located on the right bank of the Rhone River, only a 5- to 10-minute walk away
The unique Les Armures hotel is in a 17th-century building in the heart of Geneva's historic quarter and features a unique historic atmosphere,
Offering panoramic views of the lake and Mont Blanc, this luxurious, elegantly renovated 5-star hotel is located right on the shore
Featuring an inviting summer outdoor pool, the InterContinental Geneva is just a 3-minute walk away from the United Nations and an 8-minute
Cross the Switzerland-France border with an informative guide and marvel at the majesty
Explore the beautiful Swiss cities of Lausanne and Montreux on this relaxing and scenic day trip from Geneva.
Set off and discover traditional produce while taking in Switzerland's landscapes on a full day combined
Immerse yourself in the Christmas spirit on this leisurely winter day trip to Montreux from Geneva.
Combine your love of chocolate and cheese with your passion for travel on this day trip to Gruyères from Geneva.
Our mission is to delight your senses in a unique journey and leave an unforgettable memory for life of Gruyère.
Whether you decide to concentrate on exploring the city of Geneva and its fascinating surroundings
When landing by plane, this lakeside fountain is the first dramatic glimpse you get of Geneva. The 140m-tall structure shoots up water
Begun in the 11th century, Geneva's cathedral is predominantly Gothic with an 18th-century neoclassical facade. Between 1536
Founded in 1954, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, 8km west of Geneva, is a laboratory for research into particle physics.
Home to the UN since 1966, the Palais des Nations was built between 1929 and 1936 to house the now-defunct League of Nations.
Did you ever try diving in Lake Geneva? Meet pikes and perches, American Crayfish, or a rainbow trout. Admire the beautiful
This delightful swimming pool complex with water-slide and plenty of lawn to flop on has been pleasing frolicking-in-the-sun Genevans since the 1930s.
Thematic cruises – castles, nature and so on – around the lake and along the Rhône River.
There is no finer way to 'see' the lake up close than afloat: rent a slow pedalo (Sfr22 per hr), speedy motorboat (Sfr52 to Sfr78 per hour)