Wednesday, March 18, 2015



Newsletter Spring 2015

Spring is in the air in Geneva! Trees are blooming, delightful terraces are now open and there is plenty of fun to be had! Festivals, exciting new events and great deals are on offer - making this spring even sweeter. Get more for less: buy the Geneva Pass online and enjoy a 10% reduction in price.

What's new

Sweet dreams for less
An idyllic setting, a myriad of activities... Geneva boasts all the usual attractions of a luxury destination. While offering a smorgasbord of accommodation options at great prices. Such as the new Bed & Breakfast Le Jour & La Nuit, a guest house which is perfect for seeing the city differently.

The locals show you Geneva!
The savviest and most curious visitors can explore the city for free in the company of the Greeters! These volunteers all live locally. They can't wait to share their favourite places, steer you on the right path and tell you what they love most about their city.

Events to come

Geneva for sports fans
With a marathon that takes place against a backdrop of spectacular scenery, the Geneva Open which welcomes ATP Champion Tour players like Wawrinka and the European Triathlon Champions, Geneva is the ultimate sports destination! A great time is guaranteed!

An entire city celebrates
From 16 July to 9 August, the Fêtes de Genève celebrates the summer. Music, entertainment, sporting events: there's something for everyone with plenty of activities across the city. Without forgetting the famous fireworks display which brings the festivities to a beautiful end. Full program: Mai 12

Spread the word...

World Travel Awards 2015
Thanks to you, Geneva was voted the top European city break destination in 2014 and we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude!
Once again we are counting on your support to ensure that Geneva wins this award.
Vote for Geneva! Click HERE to vote.
Let’s do it again!

Coups de cœur

Art for peace
Throughout his life, Gandhi campaigned for peace, compassion and justice. From 15 April 2015 to 3 January 2016, the Musée international de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge is paying tribute to him with a unique exhibition combining visual arts with historic eyewitness accounts.

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