Destination GenevaDestination Geneva

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The Fountain (Jet d’Eau)

The highest water fountain in the world and the symbol of Geneva. It sprays 500 litres of water up to a height of 140 metres every second.
Address: Quai du Général-Guisan

UN headquarters (Palais des Nations)

The European headquarters of the United Nations, located in a grand, marble building surrounded by green parks, is a must-see in Geneva. Make sure that you are carrying a proof of identity.
Address: 14, Avenue de la Paix

Botanical garden (Jardin Botanique)

Fascinating park and ‘living’ museum with 16,000 varieties of plants and the largest herbarium in the world. Since the park was constructed at the beginning of the 19th century, its beauty and educational nature have developed continuously. The herbarium records list over 6 million plants.
Address: 1, chemin de l’Impératrice

Place du Bourg-de-Four

A charming square containing an 18th century fountain at the heart of the Old Town, where people meet each other at the popular café La Clémence.
Address: Place du Bourg-de-Four, Old Town.

Floral watch / Horloge Fleurie

Extra-large watch made from 6,500 flowers, which is symbolic for Switzerland's world-famous watch industry.
Address: Quai du Général-Guisan

Patek Philippe Museum

An important collection of timepieces from the 16th century and the finest creations of this Genevan watchmaker. Nowhere else is the Swiss passion for clocks, watches and time as evident as it is here.
Address: rue de Vieux-Grenadiers 7

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