I am a big supporter of culture during travel and VICTORIA HALL is a beautiful and historical part of Geneva history. It was a gift from the British Consulate to the Swiss people in the time of Queen Vicoria and the grand empire period of British history when "the sun never set" on the Empire and Britannia ruled the world. Due to such wealth they could build this gorgeous building as a gesture of international friendship and appreciation of the Swiss people.
There are many wonderful concerts and some tickets are really cheap, as little as CHF20 if you book in time. I have seen many jazz, classical and others wonderful concerts over the years. There is a little cafe too so you can go early, drink an expresso or have a glass of wine, and people watch, as it is just before the coat check and dominates a view of the main entrance.
There are many lovely restaurants in the area for a late after theater supper, which is the traditon, and you must book a reservation, as the theater crowd will be packed in everywhere around.
So cheers everyone !
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