Stroll through the parks
A walk through the parcs of Geneva
Starting point of this relaxing, marvellous walk: the Palais des Nations.
This walk lasts about 5 hours.
Parc de l’Ariana
Walk down towards the lake. On your left, you will find the gateway to the Botanical Garden.
> From its main gate, leave the Botanical Garden and walk down towards the lake.
Parc Mon Repos
Parc de la Perle du Lac
Parc de l’Observatoire
> Cross the Pont du Mont-Blanc and walk along the lake to the end of the Quartier des Eaux-Vives. This walk lasts about 1 hour by foot.
> If you’re getting tired, take Bus 6 from the Métropole Bus Stop and get off the bus just in front of Parc la Grange’s magnificent gateway.
Parc la Grange
> Go back towards the Place-de-Neuve by public transport (Bus 2 then Tram 12) and enter a legendary park.
The Parc des Bastions. The people of Geneva love it.
Parc des Bastions
Explore summer in Geneva
What can I do when it rains?
When it rains outside during your stay in Geneva, discover some ideas of indoor activities.
Enjoy a drink on the terrace
Discover the best terraces in Geneva. In the English Garden, at La Potinière, enjoy a drink with your friends by the lake. When you visit the Old Town, take a break at La Clémence, a true meeting place for all people of Geneva.
Swimming in Geneva
Open-air swimming pools or urban lakeside resort, one thing is for sure: Geneva offers many opportunities when it comes to enjoying a pleasurable swim! The bravest swim all year round, but in the summer, the lake offers warm temperatures to the less adventurous.
Geneva, the Resort City
Geneva, your natural playground
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