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Switzerland’s second city is exceptionally located at the mouth of the Rhone river, where it meets Lake Geneva, and is surrounded by mountains. Its beauty, high quality of life and status as a global city, housing numerous international organisations (it is the United Nations’ largest international cooperation centre and home to many of its agencies), make this city a top travel destination.
The city’s trademark Jet d´Eau, an impressive 140-metre tall fountain, dominates Geneva’s port and shoots water into the sky at 200 kilometres per hour. Back in the day, it served as the stopcock of the city’s water, and is now Europe’s tallest fountain. By day, when the sun shines, it creates a beautiful rainbow behind it, and by night, its illuminations produce a similarly spectacular scene. Once you have had your fill of natural beauty, soak up some culture at the Palace of Nations, the world’s largest United Nations centre, after that of New York, located in a park that is home to hundred-year-old trees.
Discover a cultural oasis with one of our cheap flights to Geneva, the city that spends the largest portion of its budget (20%) on culture in Europe, and boasts an endless list of museums. Two of the most interesting are the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum and the Watch Museum. The former is the most impressive and original of the city and makes use of audiovisual resources, sculptures, computers and documents to recount the history of the Red Cross and its establishment by Henry Dunant, as well as its humanitarian role. The latter, located in a charming villa, documents the history of the renowned Genoese timepiece, dating back to the 17th century. So when it comes to booking one of our flights to Geneva, bear this symbol of Swiss punctuality in mind, as there is no time to lose!