Musée International de la Réforme
Terrasse Agrippa d'Abigné
A tree-shaded park with benches, sand pit and see-saw for kids, and a fine rooftop and cathedral view.
Begun in the 11th century, Geneva's cathedral is predominantly Gothic with an 18th-century neoclassical facade. Between 1536 and 1564...
Site Archéologique de la Cathédrale St-Pierre
The highlights of this small archaeological site in the basement of Geneva's cathedral are fine 4th-century mosaics and the tomb of an...
Indulge in a glass of local wine (Sfr3.80 to Sfr6) or artisanal beer (Sfr7.40) at this more-than-veritable Genevois café-bar fronting...
Au Pied de Cochon
It is a porky affair ‘At the Pig’s Foot’ where fat stubby trotters – the house speciality – come stuffed, braised or pan fried. A zinc...
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Musée International de la Réforme information
This modern museum in an 18th-century mansion zooms in on the Reformation. State-of-the-art exhibits and audiovisuals bring to life everything from the earliest printed bibles to the emergence of Geneva as 'Protestant Rome' in the 16th century, and from John Calvin all the way to Protestantism in the 21st century. A combined ticket covering museum, cathedral and archaeological site is Sfr18/10 per adult/child.