From 16 July to 09 August 2015, the Fêtes de Genève turn the lakeshores into a concert stage, annual market, outdoor playground and event venue rolled into one.
Geneva’s best-kept secret lies outside the city: its 1,500 hectares of sunny vineyards, which produce some of the country’s finest wines.
Alfred Baur discovered his love of art during his travels to the Far East. Over a period of four decades he purchased high quality art objects and ritual artifacts made in China and Japan. Today the Baur Collection is one of the most valuable in Switzerland.
The symbol of International Geneva. The Palais des Nations (United Nations Office at Geneva - UNOG), built between 1929 and 1936, is the European headquarters of the United Nations. This centre of world diplomacy welcomes more than 25,000 delegates every year. A great number of artworks are displayed in its rooms. The building can be visited every day.