The exterior of the stone church at Romainmôtier looks as it did in the 11th century, when its existing walls were erected; its interior, including remarkably colorful wall paintings, date from the 13th century. Older still is the church's pulpit, crafted from the lid of a 7th-century tomb.
The Museum of the Reformation is a must-see for religious visitors to Geneva. The location itself is historic: The building once served as an apartment complex for Huguenot refugees, which was in turn built on the ruins of St. Peter's cloister.
It is only fitting that the Reformation Monument be as grand as the leaders it honors-it measures 325 feet long and 30 feet high.
There is no better way to enjoy the natural beauty of Lake Geneva than plying the waters on a Lake Geneva Cruise. Admire tiny Swiss towns, terraced vineyards, three dozen ports and their storybook castles and cathedrals, all against a backdrop of the purple mountains.