Geneva in spring
Seven good reasons to visit Geneva in spring
Spring invites itself to your walks by the lake
Spring has finally arrived. The lake is dominated by the Jet d’Eau, nature is awakening in Geneva’s parks, the English Garden and its Flower Clock dress in spring colours. We visit the city’s most beautiful monuments. Stroll in the marvellous parks and enjoy a drink on the terrace. Walk in the magnificent surrounding countryside. Discover the vineyards. Put our running shoes and enjoy wonderful landscapes. Explore the City of Carouge, a city within the city, its charms and historical buildings. When it rains, we stroll in museums or relax in the Bain-Bleu.
"Geneva is the perfect place for a welcoming, springtime stay"
1. A walk through the heart of Geneva
2. A spring weekend in Geneva
3. Get some fresh air in the city’s parks
4. A walk in the countryside
5. Running in Geneva
6. Enjoy a drink on the terrace
7. Open Cellars in Geneva
What can I do when it rains?
Explore Geneva in Spring
A spring weekend in Geneva
There is no better way to celebrate the return of spring than to spend a weekend in Geneva.
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.
Weekend package City Break
Take advantage of the exceptional package and enjoy a weekend in Geneva's best hotels!
The city at the gateway to the Alps
Geneva, a small city pearl, opens onto the most beautiful mountain ranges in France.
Geneva, watchmaking city
A worldwide symbol of luxury watchmaking, the streets of Geneva reflect this international reputation. The city tells the time in a thousand and one ways and flaunts its many watchmaking symbols and its most prestigious watchmaking brands.
The Old Town of Geneva
A journey to the heart of Old Geneva, between medieval heritage and beloved legends.
Fondue to Michelin star
Constantly innovating, Geneva’s gourmet scene offers exceptional diversity. From neighbourhood bistros to Michelin-starred restaurants and trendy restaurants and bars, Geneva is a recognised gastronomic destination at the heart of Europe.