Destination GenevaDestination Geneva

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Shopping in Geneva equals luxury. The main shopping centres are located between Rue du Rhône and Rue de Rive and have masses of chic boutiques.

Rue du Rhône:

Tthis street forms a row of exclusive shops. Here you can find prestigious watches, jewellery and clothing. Cartier, Patek Philippe and Rolex share shop windows with Piaget, Audemars Piguet and Gucci. But MaxMara, Versace and Louis Vuitton also display their dazzling jewellery alongside Grisogono, Chopard and Bulgari.

Rue des Alpes:

Around the station are a number of shops selling typical Swiss souvenirs, such as chocolate, cuckoo clocks, Swiss army knives, music boxes, handicrafts and Mont Blanc pens. The shops have names such as Little Switzerland, Swiss Tradition and Swiss Corner.

Rue du Marché:

A pedestrianised shopping street with clothes shops, electronic goods, book shops and various department stores selling clothing, furniture and shoes. Ensure in particular that you do not miss the Swatch shop and the Davidoff cigars.

Plainpalais:

There is an enormous flea market (Marché aux puces) on this square every Wednesday and Saturday (from 8h00 to 16h00). You can find practically anything here, and you can also have a drink in this wonderful area. You can find many art galleries in the streets nearby.

Old town:v Ideal for people who like to stroll past shop windows full of splendid antiques, old books and valuable works of art. Grand’ Rue is particularly good for antiques. Here you can find a maze of small shops that sell sweets, cheese, wines and curiosities and items for the home.

Carouge:

A picturesque part of the city with a large number of small shops selling hand-made trinkets, ornaments and handicrafts. Do not miss the market every Thursday and Saturday around the Blavignac fountain, which has been transformed into a large fruit and vegetable basket.

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