The "Mini-Train Tours of Geneva" invites you back to the past. Through its narrow streets and alleyways you will discover the old town and its 2,000 years of closely guarded history.
What to Expect
It was in Geneva, international capital, that the International Red Cross was founded as well as the league of Nations (U.N.).
Departure at the Place du Rhône, Place Bel-Air, the General Dufour equestrian statue, the University of Geneva, Le Mur des Réformateurs, Le Palais Eynard, Palais de l'Athénée, Le Palais de Justice, the Town Hall, Statue of Pictet de Rochemont, Bust of Henry-Dunant, House de Saussure, Place Grand-Mézel, Hôtel Residence de France, At 9 rue Calvin, House Calvin, St-Pierre Cathedral, House Tavel, Ancien Arsenal, Baudet Tower, Musée Rath, Rue de la Corraterie, Grand-Théâtre, the Conservatory of Music.
- Tram tour with commentary in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese
Know Before You Go
Children from 0 to 3 years are free of charge