Located on the left bank of Lake Geneva, Eaux Vives is a luxury district full of history. It is one of the most fashionable neighborhoods, which is composed by many beautiful historical buildings.
It is a dynamic place where there are many restaurants and many trendy shops. The Vivid Waters is a neighborhood where its inhabitants like to gather and have a good time with friends or family.
It’s possible to get away from the noise and have a good moment of tranquility in the middle of the Natural Park Des Eaux-Vives which offers a breathtaking view of the lake and the famous Jet d'Eau.
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St. Pierre's Cathedral is an emblematic monument of Geneva. It reaches its peak after climbing its 157 steps. Built in 1535, it includes 9 bells and offers a 360-degree panorama directly overlooking the old town and Lake Geneva.
It is possible to visit during a walk or during one of the numerous concerts organized under its roof.
The walk of the trellis is the oldest walk of Geneva. It is located in the heart of the old town and sneaks among many luxury hotels and along the old ramparts that make its charm. It has been lined for over 150 years by magnificent chestnut trees. It is their buds that announce the beginning of spring.
Geneva is the second most populated city behind Zurich, it’s also at the western end of Lake Geneva. Geneva is mostly a French-speaking city. It is nicknamed "Capital of Peace" because it brings together the largest number of international organization. It is also reputed to be the most important city in terms of private wealth management. The left bank of Geneva is home to business district as well as many prestigious shops.
In contrast, the right bank is made of many luxury hotels and gourmet restaurants. Geneva is a city that attracts both by its dynamism and its quality of life.