5 Places to visit in Geneva

Geneva is a popular tourist destination known for the natural beauty and picturesque locations. It makes every traveler fall in love with it but due to the abundant attractions, it could become difficult to decide what to do and where to visit first. So, here is a list of the top five places to visit in Geneva.


  1. Geneva lake

The star of Geneva and one of the most popular lakes in the world, there is nothing as spectacular as the Geneva lake. It offers the most beautiful city views and has an unmatched backdrop of the stunning Alps. You can explore the lake on the boat that connects Lausanne and Geneva. Alternatively, you can take a cruise and make the most of this beauty.


  1. Palais des Nations 

The marble buildings of Palais des Nations is a must-visit place. It is the European headquarters of the United Nations and has become the center in the world of diplomacy. You can take a guided tour here where you will learn about the work that is carried out here and take a look at the interiors and artworks donated by different countries in the world.


  1. Jet DEau

The Jet D’Eau is nothing but stunning and is known across the world. It is five hundred litres of water in a second propelled to a height of 140 meters. It is at the same spot since 1951 and has become a permanent part of the beautiful city. If you try to get a closer look, take care as you could get wet.


  1. Mont Salève 

Salève is known as the balcony of Geneva and is as high as 1,400 metres. Take a cable car to enjoy the best view and you will be near the summit in less than five minutes. At the summit, sit at a cafe and soak in the views of Geneva, Mont Blanc and the lake in the distance. You can also take a hike to the top.


  1. Patek Philippe Museum 

The first thing that will spring to mind when someone speaks about Switzerland is the watches. This means you must visit the museum of watches when you are in Geneva. The Patek Philippe Museum is one such museum. You will understand the history and the art of watchmaking here. There is a massive collection of timepieces here and they go far back to the 16th century. The museum is open for public and it is ideal to take a guided tour.

These are just 5 must visit places in Geneva but there is so much more to see and do here. Plan your itinerary well and ensure you include all the best places when in this beautiful destination.

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