Geneva is the second-largest city in Switzerland. It is often called the capital of the world, as it has become headquarters to more than two hundred organisations, including the Red Cross, agencies of the United Nations, the World Trade Organisation and the World Health Organisation. One-third of the population in Geneva are foreigners, so it is likely you will hear many languages being spoken while you stroll along the boardwalk or walk in the centre. Tourists generally visit Geneva to go sightseeing and enjoy its beautiful nature.
Geneva offers a wide range of places of interest, from antique stores to exclusive shopping centres on Verona Street. You can also enjoy a reflective walk in the shade-filled parks by the lakes and enjoy visits to the United Nations, museums and conventions. Whether your taste is for classical masterpieces or bold, modern creations, you’ll find something to satisfy it. Architecture continually surprises you as you journey through the streets, and when you turn a corner you may just stumble on a brand-new city. Geneva, without a doubt, is a city you will want to return to again and again.
Flying from Moscow is the most convenient way to get there. Aeroflot operates daily direct flights landing at Geneva Airport, which is 4 kilometres from the city centre.. Please note that the best airfares usually sell out quickly, so we strongly recommend booking your tickets in advance. Buying round-trip tickets will also help you save money.