With over 40% of its residents coming from outside Switzerland, Geneva is the most international city in Europe. In 2017, Geneva was voted the “Best Country” in the world due its high ranking in terms of quality of the life. It’s also one of the most expensive cities of the world in which to live.
PLACES WE GO
The Jet D'eau...
Was installed in 1886 as a safety value for a hydraulic power network. it can now reach 295 feet with a speed of 120 mph. It is the tallest fountain in the world.
The Great Big Fork
In lake Geneva is the monument of the giant fork that was created in dedication to the 10 year anniversary of the Nestle Museum. Geneva is the headquarters of the world-famous Nestle Chocolates.
Poincon De Geneve...
Is French for the Geneva seal. Watches with the seal are made be only Genevoise craftsman from the City or Canton of Geneva. The seal has been awarded to few watchmakers including; Cartier, Chopard, Ateliers deMonaco, and Roger Dubuis.
Rolex, a leading global brand for watches, doesn’t carry the high status of the Geneva Seal for watchmaking.
Is a popular sport is Geneva. High-performance catamarans have been designed specifically for racing on this lake. To the west of the lake you will find Vieille vile. French for Old Town. Old Town is home to the oldest place in Geneva: Bourg-de-Four Square.
Food in Geneva
Geneva has a diverse Culinary scene. Average Cost from pub food to fine dining ranges from $40 to $130 USD per person. You will find many diary product like cheese fondue or reclette while dining. The booming restaurant industry in Geneva Showcases the fusion of Swiss culture.
The World’s leading nonwovens exhibition is held at the Palexo, Geneva every three years. Visitors from over 100 countries will attend this premire events for the soft disposables and nonwovens industry. Since its inception in 1984, Osprey has attended this event. INDEX17 – April 4-7