One of the most idyllic sceneries in Switzerland, Lake Geneva is part of every Switzerland tourism guides. Be it the views of the sunrise it offers or the magnificence of the setting sun over the emerald waters of the lake, Lake Geneva is indeed one of the must-visit places in Switzerland. Apart from being a picnic spot, the place also offers a range of activities to indulge in. You can go for zipline activities, hit a spa for some pampering, jet skiing, kayaking, boating and when you are done with all of them, you can take a casual stroll along its shores and grab a Swiss delicacy to rejuvenate your exhausted body. It is one of the largest lakes in Europe and is shared between France and Switzerland.
A myriad of lake activities, scenic beauty, beaches, restaurants and eateries spellbinding views of the Alps
How to Reach
You can reach the Geneva International Airport to reach by flight and then take a local transportation like a bus to reach Lake Geneva. You can also reach the lake by boats from city docks located along the shores of the lake such as Montreux, Lausanne, Bellevue, Vevey and more. You can also take trains to Geneva from Vevey, Lausanne, Brig and others to reach the lake. If there are no trains in your route, you can take a bus or switch to the boats to reach the place. The transportation is completely free if you have any of the exclusive passes.
There are four beaches in the lake you can choose to enter. The approximate prices for kids are Rs. 250 and for adults Rs. 500. Kids below six years enter for free.
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on weekdays and 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on weekends
Most beaches do not allow pets inside and smoking and taking alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited. Plastic is not allowed and so are food items near the beaches.