A cultivated and sophisticated city, Geneva is nestled among the Savoy Alps and the Jura and sits on the shores of the spectacular Lake Geneva, or as the French speaking locals call it; Lac Léman. The city is truly international, one third of its residents are foreigners and over 200 international organizations are based here including the United Nations and the World Health Organization. Henri Dunant founded the Red Cross here in 1864. Geneva is famous for its watch industry and its fabulous Swiss Chocolate among others.
Below you will find a small example of things to do in this city.
"The Geneva fountain is located in the heart of the harbor and is the landmark of the city." It is one of the main attraction for tourists. It is part of the landscape and has a special place in the heart of Geneva. In 1891 it was decided by the City of Geneva to install the fountain in the harbor accompanied...
Palais Masqotte is a bar / club in Geneva and very popular. This club also regularly hosts cabaret performances, like the Moulin Rouge in Paris.
An elegant 5 Star hotel situated in the shopping district and directly on the shores of Lake Geneva. The 127 rooms have air conditioning, minibar, safe and high-speed Internet access. A bar and a restaurant and a gym are among the other amenities.
"The L'Hôtel de Ville is a typical French brasserie" in a relaxed atmosphere and a real great meeting place. Here, athletes, artists, tourists and politicians meet. The menu however is not just French, there are local dishes on offer as well. In summer you can sit on the lovely outdoor terrace.