Hotels in Geneva
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Geneva 3.7 km from city centre
Nash Pratik Hotel features accommodations in Cointrin. With a terrace, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free...
Nh Geneva Airport
Geneva 5 km from city centre
This hotel lies in the heart of the new Geneva shopping district and is only 5 minutes from the exhibition and conference...
Geneva 375 m from city centre
In the very heart of Geneva, only 984 feet from Cornavin Train Station and Lake Geneva, the Hotel St Gervais offers free...
Geneva 1.4 km from city centre
Geneva Hostel is centrally located in Geneva and is in a historic building from the 19th century. It provides free Wi-Fi...
Ibis Budget Geneve Palexpo Aeroport
Geneva 3.8 km from city centre
Set within a 1-minute walk of PalExpo and 1.4 mi of United Nations Geneva, ibis budget Geneve Palexpo Aeroport features rooms...
Ibis Genève Centre Nations
Geneva 1.2 km from city centre
The hotel is located 700 m from Cornavin train station and international organizations, and can be reached by bus route no....
Geneva 464 m from city centre
Completely renovated in 2015, Hotel Rousseau is located in a historic building in the center of Geneva, only 656 feet from...
Tourism in Geneva
Lake Geneva is an important part of the city, surrounded by numerous parks and gardens that lend the city amplitude, cleanliness and beauty. The Rhone River divides the city in two, with the historic quarter (Vieille Ville) situated to the south of the river. The most distinguished monument in Geneva city centre is the Saint Pierre Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Pierre) from the twelfth and thirteenth centuries with its curious blend of Roman, Gothic and neoclassical styles. If you climb up the north tower, you’ll enjoy incredible views of the lake.
Nearby, you can visit a masterpiece of sixteenth-century architecture, the City Hall or Hôtel Ville. In the Place du Bourg-de-Four city square, you can soak up the atmosphere of Geneva and relax in a picturesque tavern. Just past the Museum of Art and History, which contains the first representation, from 1444, of a biblical scene in European painting, you’ll find the Russian Church, an excellent example of nineteenth-century Byzantine architecture. Turning towards the cathedral and heading towards the river, take a look at the stained-glass windows of the Church of Mary Magdalene, located on the street of the same name, and observe the seven human rights messages depicted by the painter Venturelli and recognized by UNESCO. Just before you reach the shores of Lake Geneva (Lac Léman), you’ll find yourself in the English Garden, which houses the National Monument and the second largest Flower Clock in the world. In the middle of the lake, facing the garden, you can observe the famous 140-metre high Water Fountain (Jet d’Eau), which is one of the symbols of Geneva.