The Jet d’Eau fountain, rising 140 metres over the bay of Lake Geneva, is the symbol of the “smallest metropolis in the world”.
The flower clock, found in the English garden, is the world-renowned symbol of the Geneva watch industry.
In the middle of Les Bastions Park, the major names of the Reformation stand guard ion the form of giant statues and bas-reliefs.
Geneva, an extraordinary destination with four museums found nowhere else in the world.
The Les Bains district and its distinctive lifestyle. This multicultural district houses numerous art galleries and exhibitions.
Stroll through the quays, the paths running along the shores of the lake, the countless parks, the narrow and bustling streets and the elegant stores.