Every Saturday at ten o'clock, for ten Swiss francs, the city's Tourist Office organises guided tours of its old part, starting at its offices on Rue du Mont-Blanc. A guide will tell you about the hidden treasures and the curious facts regarding every corner of the historical part of Geneva, dominated by the Saint Pierre cathedral, which was the heart of the Reformation. Through its streets you will get to Reformation Wall, but not before you have taken a break or two at some of its many green areas. If you prefer a private tour, with explanations given in your own language, you can choose one of the themed routes, on foot or in a private bus. And if what you want is to know all about the city at your own pace, forget about maps and get a audio guide, which will help you discover the old part in your own time. All the information you need on prices and options at www.geneve-tourisme.ch/seeing-doing/guided-tours.
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