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Geneva City Tour

Geneva City Tour Packages
Country: Switzerland
City: Geneva
Duration: 1 Day(s) - 0 Night(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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This city sightseeing tour is a perfect introduction to Geneva. During the tour you will see Geneva’s top attractions and hear interesting stories about this famous city.

The Jet d’eau - the world’s tallest water fountain.

The giant fountain with a 140-metre-high water jet is the symbol of the City of Geneva and its main tourist attraction.

Flower Clock (Horloge Fleurie) - a symbol of the Swiss reputable precision and watch industry.

Created in 1955, it changes flowers and colours depending on the season. Located on the lake side at the entrance of the beautiful Jardin Anglais, it continues to fascinate tourists from all over the world.

Saint Peters Cathedral and Old town

The first phase of the cathedral’s construction dates back to the year 1160 and lasted nearly a century. Many events, including a series of fires, led to restorations and reconstructions, modifying its original design.

One hundred fifty seven steps lead to the summit of the cathedral’s north tower and to a fabulous panorama overlooking the city and the lake.

After having visited the Cathedral, you will enjoy a walk through the narrow street of the Old town.

The Arsenal

The building of the arsenal build in the beginning of the XVII century is dominating the old town. It seems to protect Geneva with its 5 canons. First, the arsenal was a corn cellar which has been transformed later in an arsenal. You may also admire the nice mosaics.

Reformation Wall

The construction of the Reformation Wall in the Bastions Park began in 1909, the year which marked the 400th anniversary of the birth of Jean Calvin and the 350th of the foundation of the Academy of Geneva.

The monument is backed against part of the ancient defensive walls that surrounded the city until the middle of the 19th century.

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