International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum

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  • Geneva City Pass: Discounts and Free Offers at 40 Sights

    1. Geneva City Pass: Discounts and Free Offers at 40 Sights

    With the Geneva City Pass, you can explore city and countryside in all their splendor. Free entry, reduced rates, vouchers and many surprises await you with the Geneva Pass, which will help you to discover the city and its cultural and cosmopolitan riches, as well as its parks, mountains, and lakes. The Geneva City Pass offers many tours such as a guided walking tour of the Old Town, a classic city tour from the iconic Jet d'Eau water fountain to the International district of Geneva, or a guided tour in Carouge, a wealthy suburb of Geneva with a well established art scene. Don’t want to walk too much? Take a mini-train along the shores of Lake Geneva. From there you could also hop on a boat to see more of the beautiful Lake Geneva and the sights it has to offer as you cruise along the Rhône, or you could rent some water vehicles (sailing, pedal, or motorboats) yourself...

    The best thing you could do! Public transport for free even train to the airport. Museums, trips etc. Must be!

  • Geneva Discovery Walking Tour

    2. Geneva Discovery Walking Tour

    The French speaking city well known also as a “World’s Smallest Metropolis” is situated on the banks of Lake Geneva, right at the foot of the Alps. This is a city where you can feel cultural diversity from the first sight: Geneva is also known as a “Capital of Peace” Geneva and is home to the European headquarters of the UN and the Red Cross as well as more than 180 international organizations. Your excursion to Geneva will let show these interesting places: - Rousseau Island - Rhon Street (Shopping Paradise) - Reformation Wall - St. Peter’s Cathedral - Bourg-de-Four Square - City Hall - Maison Tavel - English Garden and Flower Clock - Fountain (Jet d'Eau) An excursion by car to discover the Palace of Nations and the Red Cross Museum can be organized upon request. 

  • Geneva: United Nations Walking Tour & Ariana Museum

    3. Geneva: United Nations Walking Tour & Ariana Museum

    Discover the beautiful city of Geneva during a fascinating walking tour with a charismatic local guide. Not only the cradle of watchmaking and home to the greatest Swiss chocolate makers, but Geneva also promises you an original and enriching experience. Meet your guide in downtown Geneva and set off together on your guided tour. As you stroll through the historic streets, admire the medieval look and marvelous architecture, which mixes both French and German influences.  See the headquarters for notable international organizations including the WTO and the United Nations. Also, discover the headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organisation, Telecommunication Organization, and UNHCR, and the Red Cross Institution. Finally, pay a visit to the magnificent Ariana Museum for the opportunity to marvel at the incredible glass and ceramic collections.

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What people are saying about International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 129 reviews

PASS which offers a wide variety of tours, economical, easy to use

We had a 72h Geneva PASS which we used from Thursday afternoon to Sunday morning. The multitude of "free" activities allows very varied visits and the PASS quickly becomes profitable. It also allows the use of all Geneva public transport. Plan a little time at the tourist office to collect it (many of us visit Geneva !! ..)

A great way to explore this beautiful city

Great value for money. Easy to get around on buses, trams, river ferry. We really enjoyed the boat trip on the lake and the cable car ride to the top of the Saleve. The pass saved us money and ensured we got the most out of our visit.

The best thing you could do! Public transport for free even train to the airport. Museums, trips etc. Must be!

Excellent and really profitable !! in two days you can enjoy most of Geneva's attractions and activities.

Love it but printing out a copy of the voucher was painful!