Designed by Turinese architects
Explore the charming village of Carouge, a municipality in the Canton of Geneva. The village was established in 1754, when it was granted to the Kingdom of Sardinia. The King of Sardinia ordered it to be built, to compete with Geneva. The village was designed by Turinese architects, around an axis planted with trees (the Place du Marché) and low houses with galleries in the rear, opening out onto gardens.
Here, you’ll experience a unique, Mediterranean atmosphere. Expect bustling streets and shaded squares alongside trendy designer and antique shops, restaurants and bistros. Visitors to Carouge are sure to encounter a warm and friendly ambience.
Gain a unique perspective of Geneva on a helicopter experience over the Alps, and Lake Geneva Discover the famous Mont-Blanc surroundings and enjoy a typical Swiss lunch break up in the mountains.
Craft your own
Live your passion for watches by crafting your own watch within a one day watchmaking workshop. If watches aren’t for you, let your imagination run wild as you bring your own jewellery piece to life. You’ll meet with a professional jewellery designer to create your unique jewellery creation, which can be delivered to you within a few weeks’ time.
City of parks
Geneva is a City of parks, with more than 310 hectares of green space making up 20% of the city. Some great options for parks to explore include Parc la Grange, Parc des Eaux-Vives, Parc de la Perle du Lac, Parc Bertrand, Parc des Bastions, and the Botanical Gardens.Discover Geneva’s parks
Step onboard a traditional Swiss boat and enjoy a tour of Geneva’s surroundings from the water. Make a day of it and take the boat to explore the charming French towns and villages that sit beside the lake.
Take the itinerary into your own hands on a private boat tour on Lake Geneva. Cruise the shores of the Lake, take in its amazing landscapes and colors, take part in some watersports or enjoy an afternoon picnic as you watch the sunset cast its golden spell.
A visit the roof of Europe - the majestic Mont Blanc - is a must. Located around an hour and a half from Geneva, Chamonix is a bustling French mountain town that’s well worth a visit. Don’t miss the wonderful view of the glaciers after a ride on the Mer de Glace, a well-known mountain train. We also recommend a journey on the famous cable car to Aiguille du Midi.
The cities of Lausanne and Montreux are very nice to visit, and are known as some of Switzerland's most beautiful places. Noteworthy sights include the Swiss Riviera landscapes, and the Castle and Fortress of Le Château de Chillon.