Unlock the magic of Geneva

Encircling Europe’s largest Alpine lake, multilingual Geneva is a land of sleek luxury. Take a tour to discover its Gothic cathedral, exploring smooth promenades, buildings rich with political history, and the evocative Old Town - and don’t forget to try the chocolate.

Attractions in Geneva

Palace of Nations
Built as the headquarters of the League of Nations in 1936, the Palace is now the home of the UN in Geneva.
United Nations
The world's largest intergovernmental organisation, with 193 member countries.
Museum of Art and History
The largest art museum in Geneva boasts an impressive collection of over one million pieces.
Museum of Natural History
This museum exhibits the natural world with an emphasis on Swiss ecological history.
Jet d'Eau
An astounding jet of water that pumps water at 500 litres per second, rising 140 metres into the air.
Broken Chair
The UN's monumental Broken Chair symbolises the organisation's opposition to land mines.
Brunswick Monument
A memorial in honour of Charles II, Duke of Brunswick, who bequeathed his entire fortune to the city in 1873.
Church of St Michel, Chamonix
A picturesque church set in the Alpine town of Chamonix.
Mont Blanc
The tallest mountain in the Alps at 4810 metres, lying on the French/Italian border.
An area beloved for its white mountains in winter and lush Alpine meadows in summer.
A historic old town 25 kilometres northeast of Geneva.
St Pierre Cathedral
A Protestant church in Geneva famed for its association with reformer John Calvin.
Russian Church
A historic Russian Orthodox church with Byzantine striped arches and gilt onion domes, completed in 1866.
Geneva Opera House
A beautiful building steeped in history and grandeur that still hosts performances to this day.
Reformation Wall
A giant monument to the Protestant Reformation and one of its main proponents, John Calvin.
University of Geneva
The second largest university in Switzerland, founded by John Calvin.
Old Town
One of Europe's most picturesque old city centres, complete with cobbled alleys and hidden cafés.
Lake Geneva
Lake Geneva provides the city's backdrop and hosts a variety of wildlife and watersports.
Lavaux Vineyards
Magnificent vineyards overlooking Lake Geneva.
Alpine Museum Chamonix
A museum recording Chamonix's evolution from tiny resort to world-famous Alpine destination.


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