Geneva is a truly international city and its great history and development blends the advantages of a small city with the services and possibilities of a large metropolitan area. Internationally renown as a conference city, Geneva is an ideal location due to its central setting at the heart of Europe and its multicultural flair, being home to important international organizations such as the United Nations, the World Health Organization or the International Labour Organization.
Combining exceptional history, refined cuisine, entertainment and culture, Geneva offers a great variety of activities. Every year in the summer, the famous Geneva Festival attracts numerous visitors from all over the world.
A city pass will offers you preferential fares, free entries and gifts. Valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours it is your “open Sesame” to museums, cruises, visits, tours and many other surprises. For more information about the city tours and Geneva pass, please click here.
The official language in the western part of Switzerland and therefore also in Geneva is French. Due to its international character English and also German are often spoken in Geneva.
City of Geneva: 194 458 inhabitants.