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From city sophistication to stunning scenery, Geneva pretty much has it all. This striking Swiss destination should be firmly on your list of places to visit this year and with daily easyJet flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, there’s no excuse not to go! Book your trip today and experience all that’s on offer in Geneva.
Why you should go
It’s not uncommon for tourists to bypass Geneva on their way to the Alps, yet most of the time they are missing out on a chance to visit a culturally rich and beautiful city. Whether you know Geneva for its famous luxury watches, chocolate or UN headquarters, there’s so much to see and do on your visit, you might have to return for a second!
The French speaking city of Geneva attracts a wide range of visitors from tourists to the socially elite, making it a cosmopolitan hub for all who visit. If you’re a shopaholic, you’re definitely in the right place; you’ll find all your favourite designer names in one place, so make sure there’s room in your luggage to bring back new purchases! It’s also a haven for foodies who love fine dining, with a grand total of nine Michelin starred establishments available to choose from.
There’s plenty of things to do for history buffs in Geneva. We recommend visiting the old town to get a feel for the City’s rich history, marvelling at the world famous Flower Clock and taking a trip to St. Peters cathedral too! Lake Geneva (also known as Europe’s largest Alpine lake) is also a spectacle in itself, showcasing a breathtaking example of natural beauty – this must be seen in person!
When you should go
The best thing about Geneva is that it’s a great place to visit all year round. Even during the colder winter months, Geneva will still look as pretty as a postcard, whilst in summer you’ll be able to enjoy various water sports on Lake Geneva. If you’re a lover of snow sports, December to April is the best time to visit in order to enjoy neighbouring, snow-blanketed mountains.
Where you should stay
Geneva isn’t just accessible for the rich and famous; with a number of accommodation choices available for a wide range of budgets, you’re sure to find somewhere to suit your needs. For first time visitors, we would recommend staying in the heart of the city centre where you’re close to all amenities and in a reachable distance to the sights you’re planning on visiting.
Before you pack your bags and set off for Geneva, make sure you plan in some activities which are slightly more off the beaten path:
- Fermilab – not just for science enthusiasts, this national physics lab is a regular host of cultural events and exhibitions that are proven to widen your horizons when it comes to science. Putting the fun back into physics, Fermilab is a great day out for all ages.
- Les Enfants Terribles – whilst you may think you’re entering a regular café, Les Enfants Terribles has so much more to offer. Often transformed into a workshop, music space, hair salon or interior design store, this venue is as eclectic as its food and drinks menu.
- The Russian Church of Geneva – if you liked St. Peters, you will love the Russian Church of Geneva. Whilst not as popular, it’s most certainly as beautiful and can provide a great insight into history behind Geneva’s Russian community.
So when you’re thinking of flying out to the beautiful city of Geneva from the North West, choose Liverpool John Lennon Airport and fly direct to Geneva airport in no time at all.
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