Musée International de la Croix Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge
Palais des Nations
Home to the UN since 1966, the Palais des Nations was built between 1929 and 1936 to house the now-defunct League of Nations. Admission...
In the north of the city is the impressive Jardin Botanique with exotic plants and an aviary.
Parc de la Perle du Lac
Where Romans built ornate thermal baths.
Crazy techno, house, soul and deep techno are the mixed sounds DJs spin at this tiny nocturnal hangout in Pâquis.
To savour the real vibe of this U-shaped space come here at dusk or later when night lights twinkle on sideboards and the Counter's...
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Lonely Planet review
Compelling multimedia exhibits at the Musée International de la Croix Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge trawl through atrocities perpetuated by humanity. Against the long litany of war and nastiness, documented in films, photos, sculptures and soundtracks, are set the noble aims of the organisation created by Geneva businessmen and philanthropists Henri Dunant and Henri Dufour in 1864. Take bus 8 from Gare de Cornavin to ‘Appia’ stop.