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Geneva: United Nations Lake and Old Town E-Bike Tour

1. Geneva: United Nations Lake and Old Town E-Bike Tour

After meeting your guide, get accustomed to your E-Bike. Visit the Nations Square and head up hill with ease on your E-Bike to see the Japanese Bell, United Nations Museum and Red Cross Museum. Continue to the House of Swiss People and wizz downhill through the botanical gardens and Zoo. Head through the tunnel to the United Nations Lake and World Trade Organisation. Take a little tour of the Science Museum. Cruise around the lake to the island of Jean Jacques Rousseau. Visit the Sujet Dam and head on to the Reformation Wall. Enjoy these beautiful gardens of Geneva life and continue to the St Peter's Cathedral, Jet D'eau and English Gardens.

Geneva Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and Audio Tour

2. Geneva Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and Audio Tour

Test your detective skills and learn interesting facts about Geneva on this self-guided scavenger hunt and walking tour. Go at your own pace as you discover sights such as Notre Dame, St. Pierre Cathedral, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, and more. After your purchase, simply login into the mobile app to begin in your hunt (instructions received via email after booking). Starting at Notre Dame, you'll need to use your logic, imagination, and observation skills to solve your first riddle. As you continue to explore, you'll visit 10 of Geneva's biggest attractions and each of these stops holds a puzzle for you to solve. You can pause your game at any time and continue later, so you can enjoy a coffee break or visit a museum along the way. Start your tour from the Basilica of Notre-Dame, in the center of Geneva! Visit the Brunswick Monument with its unique architecture and explore the National Monument with its wonderful symbolism. Take a photo of St Peter's Cathedral and let yourself get lost in the exhibits of the Museum of Art and History. Learn about the history of a symbol of Swiss history, Franz Liszt. Even the famous Wall of the Reformers will fill the memory of your mobile phone. Admire Place de Neuve with its imposing statue. Geneva's Opera House will enchant you with its excellent acoustics, while Victoria Hall will be the icing on the cake of this unique tour.

Geneva: E-Bike City Tour

3. Geneva: E-Bike City Tour

Enjoy cruising through beautiful Geneva on an e-bike express tour. To begin, cruise around Lake Geneva before making your way to the Flower Clock and Water Fountain. Stay on the bike paths to cycle toward the Old Town, beginning at the Reformation Wall and Bastion Park. Admire daily life while zooming by. Continue to the Bourg De Four, the bustling center of the Old Town. See the canons, famous mosaics, and Tavel House, the oldest house in Geneva. Be sure to go inside St Pierre's Cathedral before ending the tour back at Geneva Cornavin.

Geneva Discovery Walking Tour

4. Geneva Discovery Walking Tour

The French speaking city well known also as a “World’s Smallest Metropolis” is situated on the banks of Lake Geneva, right at the foot of the Alps. This is a city where you can feel cultural diversity from the first sight: Geneva is also known as a “Capital of Peace” Geneva and is home to the European headquarters of the UN and the Red Cross as well as more than 180 international organizations. Your excursion to Geneva will let show these interesting places: - Rousseau Island - Rhon Street (Shopping Paradise) - Reformation Wall - St. Peter’s Cathedral - Bourg-de-Four Square - City Hall - Maison Tavel - English Garden and Flower Clock - Fountain (Jet d'Eau) An excursion by car to discover the Palace of Nations and the Red Cross Museum can be organized upon request. 

Geneva: City Introduction in-App Guide & Audio

5. Geneva: City Introduction in-App Guide & Audio

Walk through a beautiful route of the city, discover hidden gems and visit 10+ of the most important attractions and spots. Learn some introductory information about each place and interesting stories about the city in general. Download the ‘World City Trail ‘app from the store and login. Read the instructions and head to the starting location. Unlock photos of the exterior and the interior of the location. Listen or read some information regarding the attraction and continue walking to the next checkpoint. Note what you liked and did not like and create your bucket list for the next days! Start your walk any time, without a schedule. Pause it for lunch, have a drink, visit an attraction of your choice, and continue later or even another day. With the maps feature, you will never get lost. Start your tour from the Basilica of Notre-Dame, in the center of Geneva! Visit the Brunswick Monument with its unique architecture and explore the National Monument with its wonderful symbolism. Take a photo of St Peter's Cathedral and let yourself get lost in the exhibits of the Museum of Art and History. Learn about the history of a symbol of Swiss history, Franz Liszt. Even the famous Wall of the Reformers will fill the memory of your mobile phone. Admire Place de Neuve with its imposing statue. Geneva's Opera House will enchant you with its excellent acoustics, while Victoria Hall will be the icing on the cake of this unique tour.

Geneva: Sins and Virtues Self-guided Audio Tour of The City

6. Geneva: Sins and Virtues Self-guided Audio Tour of The City

Go to the monument in honour of Empress Elisabeth “Sissi” and plug in your headphones. Take out your smartphone and listen to the audio guide. Learn how and why “Sissi” was killed by the anarchist. See one of the largest fountains in the world — the Jet d'Eau fountain — and understand how it makes this world better. Continue to the Brunswick monument and find out, where on it you can see the images of virtues. Walk to the monument to Jean-Jacques Rousseau and learn about the sins he confessed. Visit the National Monument and understand why exactly this monument won the competition. See the Flower Clock and learn how it is related to pride. Continue to the Palace of Justice and understand why it is associated with justice and mercy. See the Lutheran church and learn how different religions see the influence of sins and good deeds on the salvation of a person. Discover the monument which is considered to be a Genevan fighter for justice. Learn where in the past in Geneva was a red light districts and listen to the history of prostitution in this city. Walk to the Statue of the Prophet Jeremiah and learn why he is often called "the weeping prophet”. Go to St. Pierre Cathedral and understand why it is associated with the virtue of temperance. Continue to the Town Hall building and see the long stone bench where the judges of Geneva pronounced death sentences and hear about some of them in more detail. Go to the Reformation Wall and learn who of the theologians depicted on the Reformation Wall were taunted with inflexibility, mercilessness and heartlessness. See the statue of Guillaume-Henri Dufour and the bust of Henri Dunant and understand how they struggled with evil. Discover the fountain which serves as an evidence of the courage of the Genevans.

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What people are saying about Reformation Wall

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 29 reviews

Guide knows the place. Lots of interesting historical facts. Regarding the reservation...it says that there is a meeting point or they look for you at your hotel but it does not say that if you are not in a downtown hotel it does not apply. They should improve it.

Nice and challenging riddles. Enjoyable way to explore Geneva. Looking forward to using this app in other cities as well. Customer service was impeccable. Thank you Aphrodite for your help

We had a lot of fun and learned many things about the city. I would definitely recommend it!

Great tour, really enjoyed it even though the weather wasn’t suitable.

Way more better than I expected and also had fun!!