Geneva City Pass 48h

Find out about recommended itineraries from our Tourist Center experts and make the most of your Geneva City Pass. Irrespective of the length of your stay, be it 24, 48 or 72 hours: Geneva is always an unforgettable experience!

Get your trip to Geneva off to an energetic start with the ‘Go Running Tour’ on your first day and visit the city while getting some exercise!

Afterwards, relax at the Genève-Plage where you can also tuck into a healthy meal. This fabulous two-hectare tree-lined park situated on the shores of Lake Geneva just ten minutes from the city centre features sports and leisure areas, and is also a great place to unwind. 

geneva beach

Next, stop off at the Bodmer Foundation. Papyrus, medieval manuscripts and archaeological documents; testaments to the world's greatest human advancements are represented here. Highlights of this vast collection include The Egyptian Book of the Dead as well as Dante's manuscripts and Shakespeare's original works.

To round off your first day, we recommend taking the cable car to Mont Salève to enjoy great views of awe-inspiring natural scenery. Take a big breath of fresh air and savour one of the delicious dishes served at Le Mont-Salève restaurant.

Bodmer museum
saleve view

Start your second day with a one-off experience in our fantastic city. Tour the international district on a segway for an unforgettable experience. The Palais des Nations, the ‘Broken Chair’ and the CICR await you!

Visit the Old Town and then St Pierre Cathedral which also features an archaeological site. Climb the cathedral's 157 steps to take in stunning panoramic views of Geneva and its surroundings.

old town

Next, stop off at the Patek Philippe Museum's impressive watch collection. Learn about the history of horology, from the 16th century right up until today. The museum also boasts a library full of books on the subject of watchmaking.

End your stay in a relaxing way. Embark on a ‘Geneva Tour’ cruise which takes in the Jet d’eau, the Mont Blanc massif, celebrity villas and the United Nations building.

Patek Philippe Museum
geneva tour