Discover the remnant of Geneva industrial and agricultral past as you walk from the Rousseau Island to the Junction, where the rivers Rhone and Arve are meeting.
Walk back through 2000 years of religious history in Geneva and explore the archeological findings under the cathedral, winding your ways through multiple layers of buildings set up on top of each others.
Visit Saint-Peter of Geneva and Feel the sense of the “age of the cathedrals”! Then, explore its undergrounds, where you can walk through one of the largest subterranean archeological sites in Europe!
This walk will take you on a tour in the Old Town, where Henry Dunant was born and the ICRC was initially hosted. You can then continue your exploration of this institution history with a visit to the ICRC museum.
The International District, the UN building with its special agencies and other international organizations
Geneva is the host to the European headquarter of the UN organizations as well as many other governmental and non-governmental organizations. This walk introduces you this significant aspect of the Geneva history and international significance.
From a celtic town to a center for world peace negociations, discover the 2000-years long history of Geneva with this walk through its most significant area.