Geneva Tour Package from India

Geneva is a global city, a financial centre, and a worldwide centre for diplomacy due to the presence of numerous international organizations, including the headquarters of many agencies of the United Nations and the Red Cross. Geneva hosts the highest number of international organizations in the world. So, there is absolutely no reason for you to skip this beautiful city. And while cities can certainly be more expensive than smaller towns in Switzerland, the wealth of knowledge, history, culture, and nature will definitely make up for it. Located on the Jetée des Eaux Vives (Eaux Vives jetty), the water jet is nowadays a must-see tourist attraction in Geneva. Geneva Old Town, the largest historic centre in Switzerland, is where you will find some of the most emblematic places to see during your visit to Geneva. It’s very easy to visit on foot! In addition to this, the visit to Geneva St. Peter’s Cathedral is an opportunity to learn more about the history of Protestantism. The International Museum of the Reformation is located right next door, in the Mallet House (“Maison Mallet”). This is also where “Geneva official chestnut tree” (le “marronnier officiel” in french) is located. Each year, Its first leaf announce the arrival of spring in Geneva. If you’re in town during summer, in the evening, you may have the chance to attend a free concert in the old music kiosk. The Bains des Pâquis (Pâquis Bath) is a very important place in Geneva city life. In addition of being the ideal swimming spot in the heart of the city, it’s also very pleasant for its friendly and joyful atmosphere. Everyone, at every age, is coming here! Very far from the bling-bling Geneva we are used to see! The Botanical Garden of Geneva is located between the Palais des Nations and Lake Geneva. Little known to tourists, it is an oasis of greenery that is worth a look after the visit to the United Nations headquarters. Sometimes called “the balcony of Geneva”, Mount Salève is the best place to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the city and Lake Geneva, all the way to to the Jura. This is a great day trip from Geneva. You can go there by car, by cable car or even on foot, for the bravest amongst you! The Swiss Riviera, in the canton of Vaud, is another nice place to visit near Geneva. The famous towns are for sure Vevey and Montreux, located on the shore of the lake! If you have have the time, Glacier 3000 is definitely worth a visit. Most visitors sepnd about 1 to 2 hours at the top and combine their visit with a side trip to Gstaad. So if visiting Gstaad anyway, Glacier 3000 is a great addition. Glacier 3000, the canton’s highest peak, offers snow fun and a great outdoors atmosphere in all seasons. Thrills guaranteed! The adventure begins at Col du Pillon, between Gstaad and Les Diablerets, where you board the Glacier 3000 cable car. Peak Walk by Tissot – the world’s first suspension footbridge spanning two summits, sledge dogs, snow bus, hiking on the glacier plateau, Alpine Coaster (highest toboggan run) climbing park Gemskopf, summer loipe (cross-country ski track) and helicopter glacier flight.