Get to know Geneva, the precious jewel of Switzerland
A fairytale town emerges between the Alps and the Jura Mountains and reflects its medieval beauty in the waters of Lake Lehman. Geneva, the cosmopolitan city of Switzerland has to offer every visitor a unique experience of cultural, gastronomic and aesthetic character. With unlimited options to fill your walks, the city of Geneva will seem like an endless exploration. Start your walk from the commercial heart of the city, the busy Rue de Corraterie and head to the large Plaine de Plainpalais where you will find a wide variety of vintage products.
Continue this magical wandering with a walk from the colorful botanical garden and the English gardens where you will meet the famous clock made of flowers. Of course, your tour should not miss the Jet d’Eau, the tallest fountain in Europe.
Geneva is a city with enormous cultural richness, which is recommended to discover with a visit to its museums and world-renowned institutes.
Discover the capital of gastronomy
For lovers of good food, Geneva is a city with many pleasant surprises. Start this culinary journey with a local variety of cold cuts and cheeses accompanied by bread and pickles. Try its famous dishes, fondue and raclette accompanied by cheese or meat. Trust the Swiss tradition in wine making and try a glass of the sweetest sparkling wine. Finally, you can not miss the famous Swiss chocolate that you will find in a variety of flavors and aromas.
The best season to visit Geneva
Geneva is a destination you can visit all months of the year. In winter you will be enchanted by the fairytale snowy scenery around the lake, while in summer you will benefit from the warm weather.
How to move around Geneva
Transfer from/to Geneva
In Geneva you can travel by air as you will find cheap tickets from Athens or Thessaloniki. Geneva Airport is just 4 km from the center, a distance that can be covered by either bus or train and takes around 6 minutes.
In Geneva you can travel by bus and tram as an economical travel option. Of course, there is also the option of using a taxi that is more expensive.