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places of interst in and around City centre

by shahee123

i am also intersted to visit the mosque and find indian currys restruants ,would like to go for a boat ride in geneva lake, how much will it cost?

Re: places of interst in and around City centre

by qaminari

I think there are several mosques in Geneva, the oldest is in the Eaux-Vives area (http://www.sacred-destinations.com/switzerland/geneva-centre-islamique.htm) and the biggest in the Petit Saconnex area (http://www.mosque.ch/index.php/en_US/home) which you can reach by bus 3 from near Cornavin station, direction Gardiol.
As for curry, the Nirvana at 21 rue du Rhône is good and also the Royal India at 18 rue des Paquis.
Regarding boat trips, it depends what you want, see http://www.cgn.ch/eng: but if you want to do the whole lake you can get a day card for something like €35 (or rather, equivalent in Swiss Francs).

Travel Tips for Geneva

Here's our highly selective...

by Tal_A

Here's our highly selective list of the very best things to see and do.


B U I L D I N G S · A N D · M O N U M E N T S

Monument de la Réformation. This gigantic wall of Mont Blanc granite is a pantheon to the great figures of the Protestant Reformation, including four 15-foot statues of its leaders: Bèze, Calvin, Farel, and Knox. Parc des Bastions, on the grounds of Geneva University.
Palais des Nations. The former headquarters for the now-defunct League of Nations is now the European branch of its replacement, the United Nations. Palais des Nations, tel. 022/907-45-60. Admission: 8 SF adults, 6 SF university students and senior citizens, 3.50 SF children over 6. Open Apr.-June and Sept.-Oct., daily 10-noon and 2-4; July-Aug., daily 9-noon and 2-6; Jan.-Mar. and Nov.-Dec., Mon.-Fri. 10-12 and 2-4. Tours take about an hr, not including initial wait.



Cathédrale-St-Pierre. Calvin's cathedral, where he galvanized the souls of his native city, is a combination of gothic and romanesque austerity, a testimony to Calvin's reformist struggles. Place Taconnerie.



Jet d'Eau. Europe's highest fountain, gushing nearly 500 feet high on the edge of LacLéman, is a Geneva landmark.
Place du Bourg-de-Four. In the heart of Geneva's vieille ville (old town), this characteristic square elegantly combines scruffy bohemia and genteel tradition.



Collection Baur. Housed in the Eglise Russe, this is an elegantly mounted collection of Japanese and Chinese art objects acquired over nearly 50 years by a businessman named Alfred Baur. Rue Munier-Romilly 8, tel. 022/346-17-29. Admission: 5 SF adults, 2.50 students. Open Tues.-Sun. 2-6.
Maison Tavel (Tavel House). This superb historical museum is the oldest house in the city, and has been meticulously restored. Rue du Puits-St-Pierre 6, tel. 022/310-29-00. Admission free. Open Tues.-Sun. 10-5.

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire (Museum of Art and History). This fine repository of Swiss art also has an extensive collection of archaeology, arms, and architecture. Rue Charles-Galland 2, tel. 022/311-43-40. Admission free. Open Tues.-Sun. 10-5.

Musée Internationale de la Croix-Rouge (International Red Cross Museum). This is a fiercely moving and important permanent exhibition tracing the history of people helping people, especially of the Swiss-born International Red Cross. Av. de la Paix 17, tel. 022/734-52-48. Admission: 8 SF adults, 4 SF students and children over 11. Open Wed.-Mon. 10-5. Commentaries and captions are in English, French, and German.

Musée des Suisses à l'Etranger (Museum of Swiss Citizens Abroad). A long and proud tradition of Swiss participation in foreign affairs, including the world-famous Swiss guards at the Vatican, is the theme of this museum. Chemin de l'Impératrice 8, tel. 022/734-90-21. Admission: 5 SF adults, 2.50 SF students. Open Tues.-Sun. 10-noon and 2-6.

Patek Philippe Museum

by eranda

Less than a century and a half ago, in this neighbourhood which is today both brilliant and energetic, the streets perpendicular to the Avenue du Mail were but local paths. Following the Exposition Nationale of 1896, numerous buildings were erected, entirely modifying the area within just 20 years.
The structure which today houses the Patek Philippe Museum has a long and interesting history dedicated to watchmaking and its related crafts. Most probably designed by the talented architect Mr William Henssler in 1919, it has witnessed gem-cutting under the name Heller & Son, the manufacture of jewellery by the firms Ponti Gennari and Piaget, and the manufacture of watch-cases and bracelets since 1975 by Les Ateliers Reunis for Patek Philippe.
The Patek Philippe Museum traces the evolution of watch making in Geneva from its humble origins through to its current apogee as the world leader in the industry. The museum presents an evocative collection of timepieces dating back as far as the early 16th century, demonstrating the artistic and engineering prowess of Geneva’s past and present masters. Modern masterpieces from Patek Philippe’s latest collections are also on display as well as music boxes, pistols and other historic bibelots spread over the museum’s four floors.

Camino de Santiago...Route of St James

by gordonilla

I was a little surprised when I discovered that Geneva was on at least one branch of the Route of St James, which ultimately arrives in Santiago de Compestela. Keep an eye out for the route signs; and if you really want to, carry on walking to Galicia.

Amateur of nice body...

by Tripack

Salon de l'Auto (Motor Show)

Each spring around March, the Geneva Motor Show continues its long standing tradition of showing an abundance of concept cars to the industry, the press and the public.


by thesaint about Griffin's Club Lounge

Griffin's is the second oldest club in Geneva after the Club Fifty-Eight. Very famous with the stars in the 1980s, it has faded into near oblivion until a recent revival, thanks to new partners.
It is now again a trendy place in Geneva, where the young meets the older, a rare feat in a city where clubs are often limited to very young people. Dress very well. Security is though but nice.


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