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From urban sophistication to stunning scenery, Geneva has it all. This striking Swiss destination should be firmly on your list of places to visit this year. With easyJet flights departing regularly from the North West’s Faster, Easier, Friendlier airport, there’s no excuse not to book your flights to Geneva from Liverpool today!

Why you should go to Geneva

It’s not uncommon for tourists to bypass Geneva on their way to the Alps, yet those who do 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 even have to return for a second!

The French speaking city of Geneva attracts a wide range of visitors, from tourists to the social elite, making it a cosmopolitan hub. If you’re a shopaholic, you’re definitely in the right city. Here, 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 an impressive number of Michelin starred establishments available to choose from.

There are plenty of things to do for history buffs in Geneva too. 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 the impressive St. Peter's Cathedral! Lake Geneva (also known as Europe’s largest Alpine lake) is also a spectacle in itself, showcasing a breathtaking example of natural beauty.

Of course there is world class skiing available nearby too. Geneva is close to some of Europe’s best ski destinations, including Chamonix, La Clusaz, Courmayeur and Les Gets. This makes it a popular hub for people looking to hit the slopes in winter.

To experience Geneva for yourself, book your cheap flights to Geneva from Liverpool today!

When you should go to Geneva

Geneva is a great place to visit all year round. Even during the colder winter months, the city still looks as pretty as a postcard, while during the summer months, 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 to stay in Geneva

With a number of accommodation choices available for a wide range of budgets, you’re sure to find a place to stay that suits your needs. Visit to find the ideal accommodation for your trip, whether you’re travelling alone, with friends or as a family.

For first time visitors, choosing to stay in Geneva’s Old Town is your best bet. Here, you'll be close to all amenities and within easy reach of the sights you’re planning on visiting. Plainpalais has a great vibe, and it’s a particularly great place to stay if you want to experience Geneva’s buzzing nightlife.

Meanwhile, Eaux-Vives is better suited to those travelling with children in tow. This area is quiet and close to a number of kid-friendly attractions, including the Conservatory and Botanical Garden. What’s more, you’ll still only be a couple of tram stops away from the Old Town if you want to be in the thick of it all.

What to see and do in Geneva

There’s no doubt you’ll want to make the most of your trip to this stunning Swiss city. Some of Geneva’s most popular attractions include:

  • Jet d'Eau
    Sometimes simply referred to as the Geneva Water Fountain, Jet d’Eau is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Built in 1886, the fountain is a symbol of ambition, vitality and strength, and it can pump 500 litres of water per second up to an impressive height of 140 metres, creating a stunning cascade into Lake Geneva.
  • St. Peter's Cathedral
    Built in the 12th century, St. Peter’s Cathedral is a must-see during your trip. Its towers offer spectacular views of the Old Town below, and its vaults are home to the largest archaeological site north of the Alps.
  • Conservatory and Botanical Garden
    Often referred to as a living museum, the Conservatory and Botanical Garden is spread over 28 hectares and is home to more than 12,000 species of plants. It’s the ideal place to bring little ones, or if you fancy escaping the hustle and bustle of the city to enjoy a relaxing walk through nature.

How long does it take to fly to Geneva?

Flights from Liverpool to Geneva take 1 hour and 45 minutes. From Liverpool John Lennon Airport, you can fly direct to Geneva Airport (GVA) with easyJet, making it easy and convenient for you to fly from Liverpool to Switzerland. The time zone is GMT + 1. Our Liverpool to Geneva flights are ideal regardless of whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure.

If you’ve booked flights to Geneva, Switzerland, why not see what is on offer at our airport? At our terminal, you’ll find a broad range of restaurants and shops, including Duty Free. You can also book a Fast Track security pass to skip the queues, and you can even secure a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge. We also provide on-site car parking that’s just a short walk from our terminal entrance.

If you are planning to book an easyJet flight from Geneva to Liverpool, you may find it useful to check out our Transport page for the latest traffic updates and local public transport information for help planning your onward journey. You can also use our Car Rental booking facilities.

What currency do they use in Geneva?

The currency used in Geneva is the Swiss Franc (CHF).

Time Zone Currency Flight Time Carriers Airport Code
GMT + 1 Swiss Franc 1hr 45 easyJet GVA