We all have that one city that feels like a warm hug, but if you still haven't found that city, wait till you visit Geneva. The city’s calm atmosphere, and cool, fresh breeze will definitely make you fall in love. Geneva not only has some of the most visually striking houses, cosy cobbled streets, narrow alleyways, and the breathtaking Lac Léman, but it is also home to some of the world's leading organizations, such as the World Health Organization and the International Committee of the Red Cross, to name a few. So, if you hear a small voice inside your head, it's Geneva calling.
Best Time to Visit: June through August are the best months to visit Geneva. The summer months are mild and breezy, with plenty of sun and occasional rain.
By Air: Geneva Airport is an international airport that is unofficially called Cointrin Airport. It is located approximately 4 km northwest of the city. You can easily get taxis or buses to drop you off at your hotel. One of the fascinating things about Geneva Airport is that it is the primary airport for both France and Switzerland.
By Train: Train travel in Switzerland is a great experience. The Swiss trains are on-time and frequent. For a domestic journey, it is not necessary to pre-book your tickets. You can just buy a ticket from the station, unless you are covering a longer distance. However, there is an exception with tourist-oriented trains; you will need to make reservations in advance.
By Road: Another great way to visit Geneva is by taking the road, either by bus or car. There are bus services that travel throughout Switzerland. The bus serves international destinations as well, like Italy and France, to name a few.
Most people in Geneva like to walk or take their bicycles around. However, there are plenty of public transport options like trolleybuses, trams, and buses. You can also get the "Geneva Transport Card" for free transport across the city either from the airport or the hotel (you can confirm with the hotel you are staying at).