Geneva

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Geneva has long been Switzerland's most cosmopolitan city. It sits at the southwestern end of Lac Léman (the country's largest lake), astride the River Rhône, with foreground hills rising against a magnificent backdrop of mountains.


As the sun’s majestic rays stream through a breathtaking plume of water, a rainbow takes shape: the tallest fountain in the world, the Jet d’Eau shoots up from the pure surface of Geneva’s beloved lake. 
An unrivalled monument, it is surrounded by a fabled city, which rises like a precious Swiss jewel amongst the mountains and valleys of eastern France. 

A picturesque cityscape where medieval streets lead to grand 18th century palaces and buildings of splendid modernity, Geneva combines a historical ambience with a technological pedigree. 

Home to legendary watch-making brands and international organizations such as the United Nations, this time-honored locale celebrates innovation while gracefully honoring the past.
Geneva is also a financial centre with fine museums and an excellent public transport system. The city enjoys a mild climate with relatively low rainfall.
The super-rich community of international residents demand good foodtop hotels, and entertainment; and Geneva provides it all. 
Beneath the stereotypical veneer of diamonds and watches, however, Geneva is strangely similar to the British - reserved but courteous.

GlobeAir can cater to your needs ranging from helicopter services to chauffered limousines, ensuring to get you to your final destination hassle free.

Memorable Experiences...

  • City of Music
    Listen to classical orchestras and jazz bands at June's Fête de la Musique.
  • Legendary Lake
    Board a historic steamboat and cruise the fresh waters of Lake Geneva.
  • Divine Vistas
    Climb the cathedral tower to glimpse views of Geneva's alpine peaks.
  • Neoclassical Beauty
    Be surrounded by the world-renowned glass and ceramics at the Ariana Museum.
  • Distinctive Details
    Sunny yellow marigolds and red begonias bloom from the botanical face of a floral clock. An icon of this watch-making city, the Horloge Fleurie is composed of eight circles that change color with the seasons.