Great winter activities in Geneva
Best things to do in winter in Geneva
This winter, Geneva welcomes you with a wide range of activities for the whole family.
From a trip to the heart of Geneva's chocolate, to a fondue aboard an electric Tuktuk, to a music festival and exciting guided tours, you'll be spoilt for choice. Discover all our suggestions to not miss anything in Geneva this season.
What about Geneva chocolate?
Discover the Choco Pass Geneva
The Choco Pass is a wonderful way to explore the city while discovering the unique know-how of local chocolate makers.
Chocolate flavours tour
During this 3-hour walking tour, you will taste local creations and discover the universe of chocolate in Geneva.
Chocolate Tour - Vélo Taxi
Meet the local chocolatiers and succumb to the temptation.
A cultural trip
Guided tours Geneva
Alone or together with a group, your guide will take you on a journey through the history of Geneva to discover cult watchmakers, the secrets of the Old Town, the city’s international career and its most famous female representatives. You will even get to see the underside of the famous Jet d’Eau, the city’s renowned symbol.
Discover Geneva Museums
Geneva is home to some truly unique museums that will delight those who love to discover new things.
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Discover the history of watchmaking
Discover the secrets of Swiss mechanical watchmaking in a fun and original way.
Geneva Watch Tour
The Geneva Watch Tour takes you to the city’s many watchmaking symbols, to admire the most prestigious brands and boutiques that are the envy of the world.
After taking a few steps along the Geneva Watch Tour, you arrive at the point where the time is given in a thousand and one ways. You discover the extraordinary Patek Philippe Museum and visit the heart of the highest concentration of watchmaking brands.
Patek Philippe Museum
Experience a journey through five centuries of watchmaking. The Patek Philippe Museum is located in the heart of the Plainpalais district. Founded in 2001, it showcases the most prestigious creations of the brand’s master watchmakers.
Wellness is what we need
Bain-Bleu Hammam & Spa Genève-Plage
Bain-Bleu Hammam & Spa Genève-Plage is a bathing complex offering indoor and outdoor pools, steam baths and relaxation areas. It also features an Oriental-inspired Hammam adapted to our bathing culture and boasting a spa with a total surface area of 3,000 m2.
Escape into a wellness bubble at the new Woodward spa
The Woodward’s magnificent 1,200 square metre lakeside spa is the perfect place to get away from it all with its fabulous treatment menu. Fun fact: their indoor pool is the longest in Geneva!
Hot and cold therapy at the Bains des Pâquis
Genevans are big fans of winter bathing. Discover the iconic Bains des Pâquis which offers a sublime winter swimming spot with saunas and Turkish baths to warm up and complete the experience.
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