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Las mejores actividades en Ginebra

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“A must-see on a visit to Geneva, the jet d'eau is a defining symbol of Lake Léman in Geneva. ”
Recomendado por 133 habitantes locales
“One of the Genevois favorite places by the lake. I recommend it for a nice and cheap eat in Geneva. It is good for its views on the lake and the "Jet d'eau" (the Geneva landmark water fountain) and to watch the sunrise. They also serve traditional cheese fondue which makes a good place also in the winter. It is walking distance from the apartment.”
Recomendado por 224 habitantes locales
“The Prince-Bishop of Geneva established the St. Pierre Cathedral in the 12th century. Archaeological findings beneath the church show evidence of a previous structure dating back to the 4th century, Roman Empire mosaics, an 11th-century crypt and three earlier churches. From the 8th to the 10th century there were three cathedrals which shared this location.”
Recomendado por 107 habitantes locales
“Promenade des Bastion is about 10min walk and has a playground, chess boards, restaurant, etc. If you’re here over December-January definitely head to Bastion for the amazing Christmas market and ice skating rink!”
Recomendado por 75 habitantes locales
Museo de arte
“The Museum of Art and History is the city's largest and one of its most important institutions. The museum is housed within a building designed by Marc Camoletti and constructed from 1903 to 1910; the building's exhibition space covers four floors and 7,000m². the building itself is a treasure with an inner courtyard, and a façade featuring sculptures by Paul Amlehn and a triangular gable with an allegorical depiction of the arts. In a frieze on the upper section of the façade, there are the names of Genevan artists. The collections are divided into thematic categories focusing on Applied Arts, Fine Art, and archaeology. There is an art section in the museum with paintings from the middle ages to the 20th century including works by Konrad Witz, Rembrandt, Modigliani, and Rodin. An Applied Arts section has Byzantine art, medieval weapons, silverware and historic musical instruments among the collection. Part of the museum has been turned into the 17th century interior of the Lower Castle Zizers complete with wood paneling and furniture. In the archaeology, the section pieces from prehistoric Europe, ancient Egypt, African, Greek, and Roman cultures. Other interesting pieces in the collection are medieval stained glass, 12th-century armor, Swiss watches, and Greek vases.”
Recomendado por 38 habitantes locales
Tienda departamental
“Visiting Manor gives you the opportunity to see what is available in Geneva, the prices, great food store in the basement and affordable restaurant at the top!”
Recomendado por 54 habitantes locales
History Museum
“A very notorious visit among local kids... and great kids. One of the best in Europe”
Recomendado por 51 habitantes locales
Point of Interest
“Home to the UN since 1966, the Palais des Nations was built between 1929 and 1936 to house the now-defunct League of Nations. Visits are by guided tour (bring photo ID; no reservation required for groups of less than 15 people) and include a one-hour tour of the building and entry to the surrounding 46-hectare park, generously peppered with century-old trees and peacocks. Spot the grey monument coated with heat-resistant titanium, donated by the USSR to commemorate the conquest of space.”
Recomendado por 62 habitantes locales
“My favourite park in Geneva - its huge and has lots a paths for strolling, some beautiful gardens and buiildings. Well worth a visit if you have time. ”
Recomendado por 42 habitantes locales
“One very beautiful park, right near the lake, with a walkway to the very famous and must-see Geneva's "Jet-d'eau" (water-fountain) on one side, and the Mont-Blanc bridge on the other.”
Recomendado por 27 habitantes locales
“The Musée d'ethnographie de Genève is one of the most important ethnographic museums in Switzerland. Their permanent collection is definitely not to be missed!”
Recomendado por 33 habitantes locales
“The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is a museum located in Geneva, Switzerland. It first opened in 1988 and underwent a significant renovation in from 2011 to 2013. Opening Hours From Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m April to October 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. November to March Closed on Monday, 24, 25, 31 December and 1 January”
Recomendado por 24 habitantes locales
Botanical Garden
“Just next to United Nations and Place des Nations, Geneva's botanical gardens are a vast and wonderful park one of it's kind, full of colorful flowers, variously shaped trees, kid's attractions and playgrounds, few animal farms and coffee shop.”
Recomendado por 36 habitantes locales
“On a busy street with lots of bar options, they do good burgers and excellent cocktails ”
Recomendado por 31 habitantes locales
“It was in the 16th century that the first names of Swiss watchmakers emerged and Geneva became the birthplace of watchmaking. At the time, following John Calvin’s reform, Genevans had to follow a dress code and dress as simply as possible. But refusing to take off all adornments, the people of Geneva decided to buy watches and, to meet the demand, jewellers retrained as watchmakers. So this is how the Genevan artisan watchmaker was born. A mix of tradition and precision, Geneva is today the symbol of fine watchmaking.”
Recomendado por 42 habitantes locales
Restaurante italiano
“One of the few places open 7 days/week. Wonderful for pasta, pizza, and large salads. ”
Recomendado por 43 habitantes locales