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Places to Visit in Geneva

Museums and art galleries are numerous throughout the city. Some are related to the many international organizations as the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum or the Microcosm in the CERN area. The Palace of Nations, home of the United Nations headquarters, can also be visited.

Russian Church

The Russian Church located close to the old town is another place of interest.  The building stands out from its neighbors with its ornate golden spires, offering a unique contrast to the predominantly French and medieval architecture which is prevalent in the rest of the city. The church was completed in the later part of the 19th century. The ornate exteriors and extravagant interiors, stand a sharp contrast to the more sparse buildings nearby and is a

Fun Filled destinations For Kids

Keeping children engaged during vacations is a challenge task for young parents. A day trip via cable car to the majestic MountSaleve is an ideal activity and will keep you and your child amused throughout the ride.  This mountain is approximately 1400 mts above sea level and offers panoramic views of the city and its surroundings and is a great way to spend a day out in the lap of nature with children and a picnic basket.  Geneva is also popular for its

United Nations

The founding site of the League of Nations and subsequently the modern United Nations, The sprawling complex is accessible only via guided tours, which offer a unique insight into the inner workings of the world’s foremost agency dedicated to preserving and upholding diplomatic relations among all its member countries.  Guided tours would take visitors to see the 2,000 seat Assembly Hall and the ornately decorated Council Chamber.

Jet D’Eau

Geneva’s world famous lakefront is the centerpiece of the city and offers endless opportunities for recreation and relaxation throughout the year. The Jet d’Eauis the world’s tallest fountain spouting 140 meters into the air and is a must watch. The Promenades along the left and right banks of the lake are filled with cafés, parks, street markets and other diversions from lake cruises to amusement rides to water skiing. The Bains des Paqui

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