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Almost all European carriers and a few trans-Atlantic flights serve Geneva Airport. If you are travelling in on a flight from a North or South American or from the Asia-Pacific region and African city not serviced by Geneva Airport you will need to change plane to be able to land in Geneva.
United Nations Headquarters: An important landmark
A trip to Geneva is not complete without visiting the United Nations European Headquarters. Accessible only through guided tours, a visit of the sprawling complex of the world’s most important and powerful international organization will give you a peek of its huge Assembly Hall of 2,000 seats and the body’s Council Chamber with its impressive gold historical murals showing man’s struggle for peace.
Lake Geneva: Geneva’s famed centerpiece
Geneva’s lakefront is the city’s centerpiece which buzzes with countless activities for relaxation and recreation the whole year round. Cafes, parks, street markets line its left and right banks while its western bank has been drawing in locals and tourists since 1932 to its saunas and unique bathing areas. The giant Flower Clock, which harmonizes Swiss ingenuity with the bounties of nature, dominates its eastern bank. The clock’s dial, which is composed of 6,500 flowers, is dressed up with new floral arrangements several times a year. Cruises and amusement rides on the lake are also available. Those who want more action may also try water skiing in the clear and tranquil waters of this world famous lake.
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