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Explore the old town and international districts of Geneva on a 2-hour sightseeing tour, and see top attractions, such a...
Explore the old town and international districts of Geneva on a 3-hour sightseeing tour by foot, boat, and tramway. See ...
Discover the charm of Geneva and Annecy on this combination sightseeing tour. Start with a 2-hour tour of Geneva to...
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Ride our coach to Chamonix. Enjoy the village, little streets full of charm and admire the Mont Blanc, the highest ...
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Horloge Fleurie is a flower clock in Jardin Anglais next to the Pont du Mont-Blanc, created in 1955 by the city of Geneva to honor Swiss watchmakers.
Horloge Fleurie is a flower clock in Jardin Anglais next to the Pont du Mont-Blanc, created in 1955 by the city of Geneva to honor Swiss watchmakers. Originally designed by architect Paysagiste Armand Auberson, it was modernized in 2002 by Josée Pitteloud and Jean Stern. With a diameter of 5 metres and 8 different colored dials, it is made of about 6500 perfectly manicured flowering plants and shrubs which change seasonally. Its 2.5 metre long second hand is the longest in the world. The Horloge Fleurie's time is set by satellite to ensure it adheres to stringent Swiss standards for precision.
Quai du Général-Guisan 28, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
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Place Neuve is an important square in Geneva, surrounded by the Parc des Bastions, Musée Rath, Grand Theatre and Conservatoire de Musique de Genève
Île Rousseau is a small island with a park in the middle of the Rhone River where it meets Lake Geneva
The International Museum of the Reformation traces the history of the Reformation in Geneva since the 16th century, and its proliferation to other parts of the world
The Musée d’Art et d’Histoire (Museum of Art and History) is the largest art museum in Geneva, housing a rich collection of over 650,000 works of painting, sculptures, prints, furniture, textiles, musical instruments, historical and archaeological objects which trace the evolution of art, culture and lifestyle over several millennia
The Saint Pierre Cathedral in Geneva is the main Protestant church in the city, best known for its association with Reformation leader John Calvin
The Brunswick Monument in the Jardin des Alpes is the Neo-Gothic style mausoleum of Charles d’Este Guelph, Duke of Brunswick
The Statue of Jérémie which stands outside St Pierre Cathedral is considered as one of the greatest works by Auguste de Niederhäusern, better known as Rodo
The Barbier-Mueller Museum has an important collection of over 7,000 artifacts and works of art from Tribal and Classical antiquity as well as sculptures, fabrics and ornaments from ancient civilizations around the world
The Musée Petit Palais in Geneva houses a good collection of European paintings, sculpture and graphic works dating between 1870 and 1930, with a focus on French Impressionism
Maison Tavel, the oldest preserved house in Geneva dating back to the 14th century, is an apt location for the museum tracing the history of Geneva