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Crowne Plaza Geneva


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Take the small mountain train to St-Cergue with the most stunning panoramic views over Lake Geneva. Make a half or full day excursion on a historical steam boat across Lake Geneva and visit the marvelous villages and cities around.

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Visit Lake Geneva and its famous water fountain, the old historical city with its cathedral, the United Nations Palace, Red Cross Museum, the vineyards in the countryside and the Globe, visitor centre of the CERN. A vast choice of shops and commercial malls are at your disposal.


Take an excursion on a historical boat on Lake Geneva, a promenade on the lakefront, an excursion to Chamonix and the Mont Blanc or an excursion to Bern the capital of Switzerland.

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Do not leave Geneva without buying Swiss chocolate, Swiss cheese or a Swiss watch. It’s just a few steps from the flowers of Geneva's most famous clock to the dazzling shop windows of the Rue du Rhône, where you can find an amazing concentration of world famous watches and luxury brands. A shopping paradise at your feet!

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Do not go home without buying Swiss chocolate, Swiss cheese, a Swiss watch or a famous Swiss Victorinox knife.

Hal yang Dapat Dilakukan

Hal yang Dapat Dilakukan

Lake Geneva with its famous water fountain

Genève Tourisme & Congrès, Rue du Mont Blanc 18, Geneva, GE 1201

Lake Geneva is the largest lake in Western Europe with its famous water fountain of 140 meters high. The city of Geneva is located at the south corner of the lake. Beautiful excursions on historical steam boats make you discover the area and landscape. Within less than 2 hours driving time, major attractions like the Matterhorn, Bern, the capital of Switzerland, Glacier3000, the Mont Blanc in Chamonix and plenty of mountain and skiing resorts are reachable.

The old historical city

Genève Tourisme & Congrès, Rue du Mont Blanc 18, Geneva, GE 1201

Make a promenade through the smal streets of the Old Town of Geneva, one of the largest in Europe, and discover 2000 years of history of the city, with green parks and surrounded by ramparts. Let yourself be seduced by its numerous art galleries, antique shops, museums, fountains, cathedral, small intimate squares and many other wonders

The United Nations Palace

Palais des Nations, Geneva, GE 1211

The United Nations Palace is the symbol of International Geneva. It has been built between 1929 and 1936 and is the European headquarters of the United Nations. This centre of world diplomacy welcomes more than 25,000 delegates every year. A great number of artworks are displayed in its rooms. The building with its water fountains square can be visited every day.

CERN, the world's accelerator of science

Route de Meyrin, Geneva, GE 1211

This is where the Internet was born 20 years ago. And this is where 10,000 physicists try to unlock the secrets of the universe and the Big Bang: CERN, the world’s largest laboratory for particle physics, is based in Geneva. Enter a new dimension by admiring its impressive emblem, the Globe of Science and Innovation where you can visit, free of charge, the “Universe of Particles Exhibition”.

International Museum of the Red Cross and Crescent

Avenue de la Paix 17, Geneva, 1202

The humanitarian adventure.Emotion, discovery, reflection: the Museum offers you a unique opportunity to enter into the history of humanitarian action.Three separate areas, each developed by a well-known exhibition architect, allow you to explore three major challenges in today’s world: Defending human dignity, Restoring family links, Reducing natural risks. An interactive chronology unfurls 150 years of humanitarian history, while Current focus enables you to track Red Cross and Red Crescent

Flower Clock

Jardin Anglais, Quai du Général-Guisan 28, Geneva, 1204

Geneva’s often imitated but never equalled Flower Clock is a renewable living masterpiece. It lies a few steps away from the lake and is one of Switzerland’s most photographed sites. The clock features the world’s longest seconds-hand.