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Watches. Chocolate. The Alps. The birthplace of the Internet. Everything you could possibly want and anything else can be found in Geneva.

Premium place

If you know quality, you know that Swiss watches and Swiss chocolate are pretty close to perfection. You will also find all kinds of luxury brands and cheese fondue in Geneva. The city is furthermore located by the largest lake in Europe; the largest peak in Europe, Mont Blanc, is frequently seen from the city; and many of the most important organizations in the world are based in the city.  Yes, Geneva is truly premium.

A variety of languages

You’ll find more than just a good selection of watches here. In Switzerland, there are three official languages, namely French, German and Italian. Geneva is situated where French is the predominant language, so best if you open conversation in well-chosen phrases in the language of love. About a third of inhabitants knows English, but just to be safe you should test the waters with French first. Comment allez-vous?

An unexpected collection

The Swiss don’t only collect languages. Indeed, in Geneva you’ll find another interesting museum – The International Auto Museum. You’ll find a unique mix of automobiles here, predominantly from France, Germany and Italy – all countries known for producing cars with above-average equipment, superior handling – and superior price. However, here you’re presented with an exciting and even unique opportunity to unite all hobbies of the family in a single trip, as the Auto Museum could be the excursion of choice for those who are perhaps little less inclined to spend their days sampling luxury goods.

Godt å vite

  • The Geneva International Airport, Genève Aéroport (GVA), is but a hop, skip and jump away from the city itself, or the grand total of about 2.5 miles. Public transport to and from the airport is very good and travellers can choose between trains, trams or buses. The train ride from the airport and to the city centre takes about 6 minutes with trains departing every 12 minutes during peak hours. You can also continue onwards from Geneva to France via train directly from the airport.