Enchanting Geneva: Unveiling Hidden Charms
Join our professional guide on an enchanting journey through the captivating city, as we uncover the hidden tales and treasures that lie within its streets and corners. Discover the intriguing secrets concealed within the Brunswick Mausoleum and unravel the captivating story it holds. Marvel at the majestic Jet d’Eau fountain, standing tall as the tallest in all of Europe. As we explore Geneva, be prepared to be enthralled by captivating facts, legends, and fascinating narratives that will breathe life into the city’s rich history. Witness the remarkable sight of the world’s longest wooden bench and delve into the countless stories interwoven within the fabric of Geneva’s architecture and alleyways. Our charming guide will ensure that you experience the city’s unique essence and uncover its extraordinary highlights. This tour is tailored for first-time visitors who yearn to make the most of their time in this remarkable city.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
The Reformation Wall
The Reform Wall, also known as the Mur de la Reform and Reform Monument, commemorates important events and figures who played a key role in the reform movement. Wall art, including bas-reliefs of pilgrims praying on the Mayflower and Bill of Rights, were presented to King William of Orange.
PLACE BOURG DU FOUR
This square is located in the heart of Geneva's Old Town. Close to St. Peter's Basilica, above the modern city It is Geneva's oldest square. The square is surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants, some with outside seating areas. One of the best known establishments in the square is the small restaurant La Clemence, which has a terrace overlooking the square.
Geneva's Old Town
This is where you'll find some of Geneva's most interesting sights, such as the Barbier-Mueller Museum, St. Pierre Cathedral, the International Reformed Museum, the Museum of Arts and History and the Tavel Mansion. In the heart of the Old Town is Place du-Bourg - de - four, lively at night with trendy bars and restaurants.
St. Pierre Cathedral
St. Pierre's Basilica was founded in the 12th century by the Prince Bishop of Geneva. Inside the church are old frescoes on the walls and capitalized Roman columns. The wooden seats in the church feature a miserable lion carving.
THE FLOWER CLOCK
L'horloge Fleurie is a flower bed designed with numbers and clock shapes. By the mechanism of the hands of the clock to tell the time on the lawn surrounded by trees and other flowerbeds. It comprises over 6,500 species of flowers and plants and is one of the city's most photographed sites.
Jet d'Eau is a large fountain that spits out from Lake Geneva at the point where the lake flows into the Rhone. The fountain can be accessed using the stone jetty from the left bank of the lake.
In front of Monument National (Promenade du Lac 2, 1204 Genève, Switzerland) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.