Guided Geneva City Tour by Bus, Switzerland
Discover Geneva, one of the greenest cities in Europe, during a guided tour. Explore the second-most popular city of Switzerland and see the European headquarters of the United Nations and many other sights.
- Explore Geneva's charming international quarter
- Visit Lakeside and see Jet dEau fountain
- Ride by mini train through Old Town
- See the European headquarters of the United Nations
- Admire St. Peter's Cathedral.
- Enjoy Flower Clock
- Transportation by bus
- Old Town: Mini train ride (if weather permitted) or guided walking tour
- Tip or gratuity
- Personal Expenses
- Pick-up and drop-off at the hotel
- Entrance fee
Cancellation policy: Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 2 days before the experience begins.
Please note: Please arrive to the meeting point at least 30 minutes before the departure. Please note that the mini train is not operating in January, February, in heavy rain and during special demonstrations. In this case, the tour will be held as a guided walking tour. If the group has less than 10 participants, a trained driver-guide will lead you through the day. If there are more than 10 participants there will be an extra guide (included within the price of the tour, no additional costs). The tour starts from the meeting point.
First, take the bus and admire the international area and the lakeside by bus. Then, discover the Old Town by mini-train in a special way. If the weather does not permit taking the mini train, the tour will be held as a guided walking tour.
See the cobbled streets of the Old Town and admire the iconic Flower Clock, a symbol of the citys watchmakers and love for nature. Marvel at the impressive Jet dEau fountain and snap some pictures of the magnificent spray from the fountain. Observe the Saint Peters cathedral and walk along with the original marketplace Place Bourg-de-four and the arsenal. Find out more about the citys importance as a diplomatic and financial center and learn more about its history. Lose yourself in the grandeur and beauty of this cultural town!