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Business class flights to Geneva

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About Business class flights to Geneva

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Best known for watches, chocolates and financial institutions, the city of Geneva portrays picture perfect beauty and cosmopolitanism where you can find a population that speaks all the major languages under sun. This second most populous city in Switzerland is also home to several international institutions that make it hub of diplomacy. The headquarters of United Nations may have been shifted to New York but it is still home to some institutions of repute that includes the World Health Organization and ILO. The city is home to around 2000 international government and non government organisations. These institutions coupled with immense tourism potentials inspire travellers to book business class flights to Geneva.

Useful Information

  • The best time to visit Geneva is July and August.
  • Geneva is considered safe and violent crimes are very rare.
  • Internet cafes open till late in night so it easy to remain in touch back home.

The city is a tourists’ haven with presence of several world class hospitality chains offerings world class hospitality and culinary delights. The city is a transportation hub and receives flights from around the world. On arrival the guests should make use of city’s excellent transport system that includes cars, buses, taxis and trams. Some parts of the city can be also explored on foot. Jet d'Eau is the symbol of Geneva. Cathédrale St-Pierre with its big tower is one of the major points of interest for visitors. The tourists should explore Old Town on foot where you will come across a large number of tourist attractions. But here is a word of caution; the Old town is situated atop a hill and if you have some walking difficulty you should avoid going there. The 19th century Monument Brunswick which is the mausoleum of the duke of Brunswick is also a major attraction. The city is also replete with museums and art galleries that tourists may find interesting. International Museum of the Reformation, Musée ARIANA, Museum of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain and Musée d'Art et d'Histoire are major museums. The city also keeps hosting events round the year that you may find interesting.

Geneva Flights

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