Meet your friendly local guide at any centrally located spot and start revealing the landmarks of Geneva during a two-hour foot trip.
The first stop will be at the English Park, where you will marvel the lively Flower Clock over the beautiful gardens. As it is known, Geneva is an exporter to conventional watchmaking. Thus, Geneva created the world’s biggest clock from numerous flowers, which make the clock look in different shapes all over the year.
Next, you will proceed to see Geneva’s centerpiece, the majestic Jet d'Eau, which is a huge fountain on Geneva Lake, and one of the tallest fountains in the world.
Afterward, just cross the bridge Pont des Bergues to reach the Rousseau Island, located right in the midpoint of the Rhone River.
• The Flower Clock, quai du General-Guisan 28 Jardin Anglais, Geneva 1204 Switzerland
• Jet d'Eau, quai Gustave-Ador Jetee des Eaux-Vives, Geneva 1207 Switzerland
• Reformation Wall (Mur de la Reformation), Parc des Bastions, Geneva 1200 Switzerland