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I love old towns, and usually do not miss one while visiting a city. Geneva's Old Town, was no exception. It is an ancient maze of small streets and picturesque squares, filled with homey cafés, restaurants and historical sights but you can get lost easily. I climbed to the place though the narrow allies from the... Continue Reading →
Musée ariana or Musée suisse de la céramique et du verre (Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass) is one of the many muséums in geneva. I read about it,but did not think to visit , because there are many other prominent attractions in the city. I was walking to the United nations from the tram station... Continue Reading →
Located far from the city centre of Geneva, in the background of snowy alps , the 385 Route de Meyrin 1217 is the pilgrimage centre for physics students . Not only the largest laboratory for Particle Physics, CERN is also the birth place of Internet. So, even you are not a physics... Continue Reading →
Visit CERN, meet the physicists and engineers probing the fundamental structure of the universe... Of course you cannot miss CERN while visiting Geneva. Take tram 18 from Gare Cornivan to reach CERN by half an hour. But to visit the accelerator and having a guided tour by the eminent researchers of CERN, you need to... Continue Reading →
The first thing I did in Geneva is to take a free boat tour in lake Geneva. But that is not the first time I saw her beauty. The lake is as beautiful in Lausanne as in Geneva, but you can experience a totally mesmerising view from SBB trains while travelling in the French part... Continue Reading →
Musée d’Art et d’Histoire is one of the prominent museum of Geneva with more than 23000 objects in collection. It is also the largest art gallery in the city of Geneva situated near the Old Town . Thematically categorized and separated collections are displayed in an area of 7,000 square meters. As a solo traveller and first timer... Continue Reading →