Geneva Free Walking Tour

Geneva free walking tour shows you the cosmopolitan city of Geneva located on the shores of Lake Geneva, surrounded by stunning mountain scenery. The city is known for its rich cultural heritage, including the United Nations headquarters, the Red Cross Museum, and the Reformation Wall. Visitors can explore the city’s many museums, galleries, and historical landmarks, such as the iconic Jet d’Eau fountain and the Palace of Nations. Geneva is also a popular destination for outdoor activities, such as sailing, swimming, and hiking, with its scenic location on the shores of Lake Geneva. Whether you’re looking for cultural experiences or outdoor adventures, Geneva has something to offer for everyone.

General information

Meeting point: Jet d’Eau

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: English

Availability: Everyday

Price: Tip only basis

Note: Booking this tour is mandatory

Free Walking Tour Geneva – Itinerary

Free walking tour Geneva begins at the Jet d’Eau, Geneva’s famous landmark that is located in the middle of Lake Geneva. The Jet d’Eau is a towering fountain that shoots water 140 meters into the air and is a must-visit for anyone visiting the city. 

After admiring the Jet d’Eau, make your way to the Palais des Nations, which is the headquarters of the United Nations in Europe. This impressive building is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is a popular spot for visitors to learn about the work of the United Nations. 

Next, head to the Parc des Bastions, a beautiful park that is located in the heart of the city. This park is home to several monuments, including the Reformation Wall, which is a tribute to the Protestant Reformation that took place in Geneva in the 16th century. 

From the Parc des Bastions, take a walk along the Rue de la Croix-Rouge, a historic street that is lined with charming shops and cafes. Make your way to the Place Neuve, which is a large square that is surrounded by several impressive buildings, including the Grand Théâtre de Genève. 

Your next stop should be the Place du Bourg-de-Four, which is one of Geneva’s oldest public squares and is home to several historic buildings, including the Hôtel de Ville. From there, head to the Quai Gustave-Ador, a scenic promenade that runs along the lake and offers beautiful views of the city and the mountains beyond. 

Finally, end your walking tour by visiting the Cathedrale St-Pierre, a beautiful cathedral that is located on a hill overlooking the city. The cathedral is one of Geneva’s most famous landmarks and offers stunning views of the city and the lake below.