This marvellous fountain with water reaching to an unbelievable height of 140m has been one of Geneva's most famous landmarks for nearly…
St. Pierre Cathedral in Geneva, Switzerland, was built as a Roman Catholic cathedral, but became a Reformed Protestant Church of Geneva…
A military tower from the 14th century dominating the Molard Square. Surrounded by the buzz of lively restaurants.
The Jardin anglais is an urban park in Geneva, Switzerland, situated at the location of an ancient harbor and a wood.
The Palace of Nations is the home of the United Nations Office at Geneva, located in Geneva, Switzerland.
A fragment of the medieval city fortification. The preserved tower is not open to the public as it is a seat of a bank.
A lakeside promenade named after its great views of Mont Blanc. Flower gardens and statues - a great place to relax.
The International Monument to the Reformation, usually known as the Reformation Wall, was inaugurated in 1909 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Place du Bourg-de-Four is a city square in the Old Town of Geneva, Switzerland.
This is the most expensive street in Geneva where are located the top sellers from Patek Philippe to Gucci and Dior.
Broken Chair is a monumental sculpture in wood by the Swiss artist Daniel Berset, constructed by the carpenter Louis Genève.
A museum showing in a comprehensive way history of science and scientific thought. Free entrance.
More a curiosity than a real sight. Colourful, Gaudi-like buildings named after the Smurfs cartoon.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is a museum located in Geneva, Switzerland.
L'horloge fleurie, or the flower clock, is an outdoor flower clock located on the western side of Jardin Anglais park in Geneva,…
The Russian Church, Geneva is a historic Russian Orthodox church in Geneva, Switzerland.
A stunning masterpiece, a clock hanging on a wall together with hourly-chiming bells and animated figures.
A lakeside beach located in a quiet bay. Place to swim, sunbathe and enjoy water sports.
An unique building from 13th century, former private residence of Tavel family, now an eye-catching historic museum.
A temple renowned for its outstanding acoustics. It is the best place to visit a church concert in Geneva.
The Pierres du Niton are two unusual rocks which are visible from Quai Gustave-Ador in the harbor of Lake Geneva, Switzerland.