"The principle is very simple. From the moment you hold your Geneva Pass valid for 1 2 or 3 days you can set forth to discover Geneva. It is your “open Sesame” to museums cruises visits tours and many other surprises! From 25 CHF
"Geneva is a global city home to many international groups UN agency headquarters and other diplomatic organizations. On this brief city sightseeing tour your local tour guide will show you where many of these famous organizations are housed and introduce you to Geneva’s top sights like the Jet d'Eau on Lake Geneva.You’ll tour the city on a bus and go for a ride on a mini-train to get a taste of Geneva's history. Then
"Choose from a morning or afternoon tour then head to your meeting point just along from Cornavin train station in central Geneva to meet your guide and hop aboard your Segway. A safe and efficient way of exploring the city Segways are pretty much the most fun you can have on two wheels! Begin your tour with a practice session to master the controls of your Segway then cruise off into Geneva with your guide. Head past local landmarks such as the Brunswick Monument and over the Bergues Bridge to the Old Town and enjoy the feeling of floating effortlessly through the city on your Segway. Spin along the narrow cobbled streets of the Old Town and admire pretty town squares babbling fountains and colorful flowerbeds. Visit Cathédrale de St-Pierre (St Pierre Cathedral) and the Reformation Wall — where significant events of the Protestant Reformation are honored — and gain insight into Geneva’s history. Head on through the Ol
Take a cruise across the lake, walk along the stony streets, admire the houses full of flowers, relax shopping souvenirs or drinking a cup of coffee on a terrase, or simply admire the lake with boats...