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Geneva: Open-Top Sightseeing Bus Tour

1. Geneva: Open-Top Sightseeing Bus Tour

Get to know the city of Geneva on an open-top bus tour. See the stunning Lake Geneva and the famous flower clock in Jardin Anglais park. Stop at the United Nations to snap some photos.  Board your bus and take a seat to enjoy a bus tour through Geneva. During your ride understand the city's international importance as you go to the buildings dedicated to organizations that work for the betterment of safety and equality in the world.  See the United Nations offices and make a photo stop to capture what makes Geneva the capital of peace. Afterward, head to the left bank and see Lake Geneva with its striking water fountain. Make your way to Jardin Anglais park and see the colorful flower clock.   Drive by Parc de La Grange with its gorgeous gardens and visit Parc des Eaux-Vives with its historic mansion before concluding your tour. 

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4.1 / 5

based on 169 reviews

It was a very nice trip through the city visiting the most emblematic places such as the Lake Geneve fountain, the United Nations square, the flower clock, etc... I recommend doing this tour, you just have to book it in advance, Jorge Cortez, Guatemala

Friendly tour of Geneva by open-top bus. The driver is not very talkative but friendly. He even made us 15 minutes longer, which is nice. I recommend because we discover all the corners of the city and it is interesting.

Excelente experience, despite the rain. The tour is very informative and it stops at main attractions for 5 mins for photos which keeps everyone on time. Great trip and I would recommend.

The driver was friendly, there was an opportunity to get off the bus for photos at the United Nations, tour was informative.