On the Capital of Peace lives a tolerant and educated community. The Jet d’Eau, the highest fountain in the world, appears to celebrate all that harmony. Book a flight to Geneva.
Home to the Red Cross and the european United Nations, Geneva is an international city. Where gardens and parks are the rule and not the exception.
Look for John Calvin (and others)
Go into the Old City and explore St. Pièrre Cathedral, gothic and lofty. This is a key city of the protestant reform, so the Mur des Réformateurs at Parc des Bastions is a must see. Unmissable also: UN’s Palais des Nations, the Broken Chair or the fabulous Ariana Museum.
Spot Mont Blanc on the horizon
The lake and mountain chains — Alpes and Jura — surround the city where luxury stores, watches and chocolats are everywhere. The Carouge and Les Grotes quarters are great artsy places to wander around. At night, before heading to the Grand Théâtre de Genève, try the creamy fondue with Chasselas wine.