Lake Geneva is a scenic mountain lake which is situated along the city of Geneva. The lake empties into the Rhone River. You can obtain an audio walk so you can learn more about the lake as you visit. You will also be greeted by different species of birds and people from all walks of life. A beautiful location, if only for a walk.
Cathedrale de St-Pierre
This famous cathedral gives historic significance as the church where John Calvin gave his sermons during the 16th century. Although only a cathedral, what you will notice is that the structure is nothing short of breathtaking. The Old Town where the cathedral is based also makes for an interesting walk.
Signal de Bougy
If you are travelling with children, it's good to have some downtime. Signal de Bougy is an amusement park 21 miles from the centre that offers a number of activities for children of all ages. Lots of play area and the indoor water playground ensures that your children are entertained. You are also treated to more spectacular views.
Grand Theatre de Geneve
Grand Theatre de Geneve is the main and only opera house in Geneva. They offer a varied programme including dance, classical and opera. You can also marvel at the sheer beauty of the building.
Reformation Wall (Mur de la Reformation)
This wall, which measures 60 foot, was built in 1909 to commemorate Geneva's role in the Protestant Reformation. The wall is situated in a picturesque park, where the locals play chess with a difference, on a giant chess board. A great location to relax and enjoy a spot of ice skating should the fancy take you.
This museum offers a display of ceramic creations which span from over several artistic genres. They offer a modern glass blowing exhibition. What makes the museum more appealing is the free entrance, ideal for a visit if you are at a loose end.
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