Geneva Excursions & Tours: As locations go, few cities can beat Geneva. And as a means to explore this beautiful city, none beats the Geneva Pass. Available in 24, 48 or 72-hour formats, this value-for-money ticket allows you to make the most of more than 50 top tourist attractions.
The Geneva Pass gives you free entry into dozens of museums and exhibition as well as guided tours, mini-train tours, cable car rides, cruises and kayaking and canoeing adventures on Lake Geneva. There is even an organic wine tasting session. Rain, hail or shine, this is your ticket to the best indoor and outdoor activities.
Head to the shore and jump aboard for a cruise of the lake and enjoy unparalleled views of the city and the majestic Mont Blanc. Or enjoy an altogether different view by taking the Saleve cable car, which climbs more than 1,000 metres in less than five minutes.
Hop on a mini-train and zigzag your way through the narrow streets and alleys of the Old Town. There are also mini-train routes along the right bank and the left bank.
Or if you prefer a more laidback approach, join up with a guided walking tour of the city’s must-see locations and its secret corners. Then relax and savour organic wines at a quaint little wine shop.
Escape to the great outdoors and avail of a free hour on a canoe and kayak with the stunning backdrop of the city and Mont Blanc.
Not forgetting free entry to all those museums, including the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Ethnographic Museum plus much, much more.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up the pass at the Visitor Centre on 18 rue du Mont-Blanc, between 10am and 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday, and 10am to 6pm on Monday. Sunday and public holidays between 10am and 4pm. The guided walking tours are available in English, French and German.