Before tramping up the hill, join the crowds getting snapped in front of the flower clock in the Jardin Anglais , Geneva's flowery...
Mini Train Tours
At least hourly departures year-round along the left bank to Parc des Eaux-Vives and back again aboard a solar-powered red train; count...
Le Caveau de Bacchus
Look out for the fantastic tasting soirées (Sfr70) run by this specialist wine shop; typically, nine different wines are tasted in an...
Key vocabulary to know before entering this timeless classic where everyone eats the same dish is à point (medium), bien cuit (well...
Lonely Planet review
Jardin Anglais is Geneva’s flowery lakeside garden, landscaped in 1854 on the site of an old lumber-handling port and merchant yard. Geneva’s most photographed clock, crafted from 6500 living flowers, has ticked since 1955 and boasts the world’s longest second hand (2.5m).