Geneva is the second most populous city in Switzerland (after Zürich) and is the most populous city of Romandy, the French-speaking part of Switzerland. Situated where the Rhône exits Lake Geneva, it is the capital of the Republic and Canton of Geneva. It’s a gorgeous place with some stunning views and some points of interest that you should visit. Best Design Guides made a city guide of the city because we think it is worth it, take a look!
Located in West side of the country, is considerate like the second most populous city, after Zurich, and the most populous of the region of Romandy.
Hotels & ResortsLa Réserve Geneve The subtle luxury of refined simplicity, uncluttered and unpretentious. Experience a reassuring sense of privacy, the luxury of an attentive, discreet staff. Here, you will find an intimate and infinitely pleasing home away from home, where excellence is both a vocation and a promise to those who share an appreciation for a different way of life. Mandarin Oriental, Geneva With a setting that blends breathtaking mountain backdrops with stunning lakeside vistas and cobbled streets, Geneva is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city. Just minutes from the city’s major attractions, we enjoy a fantastic location, stylish design, excellent restaurants and unbeatable service.
GalleriesGalerie Grand-Rue Galerie Grand-Rue opened over 50 years ago, and has been growing its reputation ever since. The gallery specializes in works on paper of the XVIII and XIX century. Galerie Art & Public Art & Public in Geneva is a beautiful gallery for serious fans of contemporary art. The exhibitions are always interesting and their experts have an amazing amount of knowledge.
RestaurantsArabesque This charming restaurant offers flavoursome Lebanese cuisine in a restful setting. With a menu featuring the best of the Middle East, and imaginative vegetarian options, Arabesque will certainly make for a memorable evening. Auberge du Lion d’Or A classic combination of celebrated cuisine and sweeping panoramas have made this lakeside venue a popular destination since the18th century. Join the local high society in the restaurant’s opulent Louis XV setting and enjoy seafood specialties with a hint of India Café des Négociants Popular with the hipster crowd, this edgy restaurant is self-consciously cool. The beautiful people all want to be seen here, so reserve well in advance to avoid disappointment.
MuseumsMusée d’Art et d’Histoire (Art and History Museum, Geneva) Geneva’s premier museum devotes equal space to exhibits on the history of civilization, the civic history of Geneva, archaeology, and world-class painting — everything from medieval to modern art. Patek Philippe Museum Welcome to the PATEK PHILIPPE MUSEUM, home to the prestigious creations of the Geneva-based firm of master watchmakers which was founded in 1839. Discover how a passion for timepieces has brought together an extraordinary display of watches, musical automata and portrait miniatures from the 16th to the 19th century, in addition to a library dedicated entirely to horology and its related subjects.
SpasYasmine Salon de Beauté A beauty salon with facial treatments, eye treatments, body treatments, nail care, waxing and massages. Swiss Nail Spa & Beauty Bar Traditional manicures, the New no-chip long lasting manicure or pedicures and nail enhancements either gel or acrylic. The spa treatments leave your hands and feet very relax.
WineriesCave Dubox Lovated in basement Duboux Grandvaux, is a family business for three generations. Included many varieties Chasselas, Pinot, Black, Gamay, Cabernet Sauvignon, among other. Chateau de Laconnex You can find a lot of variety of wine with very quality.
Luxury PropertiesVilla Corsier (ge) His magnificent villa, standing on a quiet plot of more than 1,300 square meters, offers some beautiful volumes and large, very convivial living spaces House Genève Cologny In a first-class area close to Geneva, this beautiful and spacious villa is harmoniously organized around a lovely garden of about 1,600 m² with carport, outdoor pool and pool house
Points of InterestLake Geneva A scenic mountain lake situated alongside the city of Geneva, it empties into the Rhone River. Cathedrale de St-Pierre This famous cathedral is best known for its historic significance as the church where John Calvin gave his inspiring sermons during the mid-16th century. Eglise Russe We hope you enjoy these galleries in Manhattan! Best Design Guides wants to be an inspiration for all the travellers and design lovers!SUBSCRIBE OUR NEWSLETTER!
See Also: City Guide – Lucerne, Switzerland
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