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This square is easily accessible once you have crossed the park from the Place Neuve. It retains a charming sense of old Geneva - charming shops, bars and restaurants. Also so close to the cathedral and the museum of the Reformation.
Not only is it an important intersection it also leads up to rue de l`hotel de ville and the cathedral st pierre.
It is worth purchasing a guidebook for the old town because there are so many old and interesting places to be seen.
The cosmopolitan City of Geneva has a well preserved picturesque old town testimony to its 2,000-year-old history. By stepping onto the cobbled stone streets we were kind of instantly transported back in time. After the stop we had at the 12th-century St Pierre Cathedral with...More
When i first visited Europe about 15 years ago, the first place i wandered around in ,was around this place. And the place has remained the same on subsequent visits. There is a little chocolate shop here which i have come to, many times. I...More
This is one of the best-known public squares in old Geneva. Plenty of restaurants nearby help generate steady crowds throughout the day. It’s a nice place to walk through on your way to another place in the old city, but there isn’t all that much...More
Whilst exploring Geneva, we were very pleased with the Old Town. It was our favourite place, alongside the lake. Here you can find water fountains, an array of coffee houses and restaurants, quirky little buildings and a wealth of history. Well worth a visit, allow...More
Sit and sip an aperol spritz - orange drink with aperol and proseco with a desk of soda - in summer. Refreshing drink and have it here in Old Town or down by the lake or in Carouge. This is life at its best. Oh...More