Domaine des Curiades

Domaine des Curiades

The vineyards of the Dupraz family just outside the city date back to 1909. Twelve grape varieties are cultivated, half of which are destined for the appellations AOP Lully and AOP 1er Cru Coteau de Lully.more

Watchmaking workshop

Watchmaking workshop

Step into a watchmaker's shoes at a workshop. The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) was established in Geneva in 2005 by three founders: the Richemont Group, Audemars Piguet and Girard Perregaux, to promote fine watchmaking internationally. more

Le Chat-Botté

Le Chat-Botté

Dominique Gauthier, nominated "Chef of the Year 2009" by Gault Millau...more

Carouge – Shop at the Market

Carouge – Shop at...

The small town of Carouge, only a few minutes from Geneva, is a jewel...more

Domaine des Curiades

The vineyards of the Dupraz family just outside the city date back to 1909. Twelve grape varieties are cultivated, half of which are destined for the appellations AOP Lully and AOP 1er Cru Coteau de Lully.

Watchmaking workshop

Step into a watchmaker's shoes at a workshop. The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) was established in Geneva in 2005 by three founders: the Richemont Group, Audemars Piguet and Girard Perregaux, to promote fine watchmaking internationally.

Step into a watchmaker's shoes at a workshop. The Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie (FHH) was established in Geneva in 2005 by three founders: the Richemont Group, Audemars Piguet and Girard Perregaux, to promote fine watchmaking internationally.

Le Chat-Botté

Dominique Gauthier, nominated "Chef of the Year 2009" by Gault Millau Switzerland, is famous for his gourmet cuisine, in which he showcases the very best of local produce with his sophisticated and creative style of cooking. Wine-lovers will be amazed at the number and rarity value of the wines on offer from the wine cellar - one of the best stocked in Switzerland. 1 Michelin star and 18 GaultMillau points.

Le Chat-Botté – a marriage of creativity & local produce.

Carouge – Shop at the Market

The small town of Carouge, only a few minutes from Geneva, is a jewel worth discovering! There are green grocers’ markets on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, small boutiques, arts and crafts shops, and artists to turn any shopping spree into a delightful adventure.

Carouge – Shop at the Market