Art & Culture Geneva, the city of Calvin and a bastion of art and culture, a city of music and theatre, of great minds and scientists.
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Travel back into the past of its historic centre dominated by the St Pierre Cathedral, the Bourg-de-Four city square, the city’s oldest, and the true heart of Geneva.
Soak up the atmosphere of days gone by as you amble down the Grand-Rue.
N°40 is where Jean-Jacques Rousseau was born in 1712, as you will find out at Espace Rousseau, which is devoted to the philosopher. As you wander through the Parc des Bastions, filled with historic memories, do not miss the Reformation Wall erected in 1917 in tribute to the leading figures of Geneva’s protestant reformation. Explore history at the Palace of Nations and International Museum of the Red Cross. Immerse yourself fully in Geneva's cultural diversity while on an inspiring visit to MAMCO, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Not to be missed!