Treille Promenade Overview

Cocooned just behind the famous City Hall of Geneva is the Treille Promenade. This scenic little square is said to be outlined by what is believed to be the world’s longest wooden bench, which measures 413 ft in length!

Explore this historic spot, offering breathtaking views of the city and the iconic Jet d'Eau. An ideal addition to your Switzerland tour package, the Treille Promenade invites visitors to unwind, capturing the essence of Geneva's charm amidst its panoramic beauty.


This square was built in 1767 and is one of the most peaceful places to visit in Geneva. Besides being home to the world’s longest wooden bench, Treille Promenade also rewards you with breathtaking views of a canopy of lovely chestnut trees shading the Jura and Salève mountain ranges.

In Geneva, the onset of spring is marked by the first bloom of the chestnut, which makes this place an absolute delight to visit during the spring season!

Timings: Open 24 hours

Location: Rampe de la Treille, 1204 Genève

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