Geneva annually attracts tens of thousands of tourists by its clean air, magnificent parks and truly Swiss tranquility. This city, famous for its excellent infrastructure and fairly non-democratic prices, is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, and the proximity of Lake of Geneva only enhances the impression value. A self-guided tour in Geneva is best to start with a visit to the promenade. Beyond the spectacular view (in fine weather you can see Mont Blanc from here), this place has a truly "literary" flavor. At different times, Tolstoy, Herzen, Dostoevsky, Tyutchev lived here.
Ordering a sightseeing tour in English language, you can learn from the guide a lot of interesting things about the main sights of Geneva, including:
It's not worth while excluding the CERN center from the tour route with the Large hadron Collider, the clock Museum, and the Jet d'eau fountain – the main "business card" of the city, which throws 500 liters of water per second to a height of more than 140 meters. Not a single tourist can pass by the grandiose fountain, which was previously used exclusively for servicing the city's hydraulic system.. Especially in the evening, when it is highlighted in different colors.