Top Reasons to Go to Geneva
Falling water: The feathery Jet d'Eau, Geneva's iconic harbor fountain, is visible for miles in every direction.
Blue zone: At the foot of the Alps, Lac Léman offers the opportunity to sail, picnic, and relax with jaw-dropping views.
Historical crossroads: Geneva's past as an independent crossroads of people and trade and home to the Calvinist Reformation movement has left the city with a rich history .
Block party: The Fêtes de Genève gives everyone a midsummer break by turning La Rade into a 10-day smorgasbord of international foods.
Exclusive baubles: To wander the Rue du Rhône is to take a roll call of the world's finest jewelers—only here, many are homegrown.
Clink glasses: Swiss wines aren’t widely available outside the country, so explore Gamays from Geneva and Merlots from Montreux at a wine bar here.
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