Travel report Geneva
Geneva, according to travel reports, is not only Switzerland’s second largest city but, after Zurich, also its second largest financial centre. Yet Geneva is much more than a city of banks. Travel guides point to the city’s international importance as the home of the United Nations Office (UNOG), the World Trade Organization and the Red Cross. The Palace of Nations and the Art and History Museum are just some of the places of interest in the city. Geneva is often referred to as the “city of parks” as over 20 per cent of the city consists of parks and green spaces; the English landscape garden, the ‘Jardin Anglais’, is especially worth seeing. The city’s location on the largest lake in Switzerland, Lake Geneva, makes Geneva especially attractive. The fountain in the middle of the Rade, Geneva’s harbour, is a special attraction on the lake.
To the official tourist site for Geneva
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Airport information on Geneva Airport
To help you on your way to the best city tips in Geneva after landing at Geneva Airport, you will find everything you need to know about Geneva Airport here. As well as a detailed site plan that you can print out, you can find out about addresses, hiring a car, public transport, car parks, accessibility and where to shop.
Information on Geneva Airport