Cultural Visits, Geneva
Lake Geneva Cruise
On this pleasurable 1 hour cruise on the lake, you will discover the main attractions of the shores of Lake Geneva: the stones of Niton, the water, the Black Harbour, Villa Diodati, the United Nations building, the castle of Bellerive, the little mermaid and many others. An opportunity to visit and admire the wealth of one of the most beautiful lakes in Europe. Cruise takes place from mid-February to mid-December.
Always a popular evening activity! We can hire lanes at a local bowling alley to entertain your students.
Museums and Galleries
Geneva is home to more than thirty museums and galleries presenting a wide array of cultural and historical offerings. From the ultra-modern Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art to the ancient Maison Tavel, Geneva’s museums capture the full spectrum of the city’s history and major cultural influences.
City Center – Designer retail stores and world famous watchmakers line the streets packed with window shoppers.
Rue du Mont Blanc –A large selection of clothing and jewellery on display along Rue du Mont Blanc and its surrounding streets. This is also the best area in the city to pick up souvenirs such as chocolates and other Swiss knick-knacks.
The Old Town – If you’re looking for art or antiques, the Old Town is the place for you.
Centre Balexert: The largest mall in Geneva with over 110 stores including designer outlets, a grocery store and a movie theatre.
Manor Department Store: The largest department store chain in Switzerland with everything you need under one roof from electronics to cosmetics.
Globus Department Store: Perhaps the ritziest shopping centre in Geneva with lots of designer labels and high end jewellery as well as gourmet grocery store on the ground floor complete with wine .