In Geneva, it's difficult not to notice the passing of time. Indeed, watching time go by is a very popular activity thanks to the city's outstanding watchmaking tradition and its stunning Flower Clock. Located at the entrance of the Jardin Anglais, it boasts a 2.5-metre second hand and a Patek Philippe mechanism. But what makes it truly unique is that it is decorated with 6,500 flowers and shrubs that change with the seasons. When it snows, it becomes even more magical and enchanting to behold.