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You'll arrive here if travelling from the UK on Eurostar.

You'll arrive here if travelling from the UK, via Paris. This is the main station in Geneva.

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Geneva, Gateway to the Alps

Visit the famous water fountain, take a tour of the Palais des Nations and then hit the slopes. Perfect.



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St Peter's Cathedral and the Flower Clock

The centre of the Reformation movement and the biggest church in Switzerland, St Peter's Cathedral proudly overlooks the city. You'll need some comfy shoes to climb the stairs to the top - there are 157 of them.

After checking out the view from the cathedral, take some snaps in front of the totally unique, nearby Flower Clock. It's the biggest flower clock in the world and 6,500 flowers make up the dial alone.

Jet d'Eau

The 140-metre water fountain down on the lake is the city's star attraction. The perfect spot to see it is on the Bains des Paquis - a remarkable 'beach' where the locals swim and relax in the saunas. Take a boat cruise out on the lake for another excellent vantage point.

Tip: After enjoying the fountain, relax and have a picnic in the nearby Eaux-Vives Park.


United Nations

Book yourself onto one of the hour-long tours of the Palais des Nations, it's a fantastic insight into the workings and history of the UN. Your tour will even take you into the Assembly Hall where global issues are debated. As you walk round the building you'll be amazed at the architecture and paintings on show, so don't forget your camera. After your tour of the building you'll also get to stroll around the extensive gardens, dotted with impressive monuments. Don't leave without seeing the Celestial Sphere, the Conquest of Space and the Great Centaur.

Tip: You'll need your passport to enter.