Geneva Day Tours

Geneva Day Tours Packages

Duration Price
Geneva Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour2 hours
INR 710
Geneva and Annecy Day Tour with Boat Cruise9 hours
INR 58,335
Annecy Half Day Tour From Geneva4 hours
INR 2,778
Chamonix Mont Blanc Day Trip from Geneva10 hours
INR 3,095
Geneva City Pass6 hours - 9 hours
INR 2,381
Sightseeing Cruise in Lake Geneva1 hour
INR 713

When you book Thrillophilia’s Switzerland tour packages, you must include a 1-day trip in Geneva in your itinerary. Known as one of the most famous Swiss cities, Geneva is famous as the home of the European headquarters of the UN. It is the capital of peace and freedom, where natural beauty and luxury combine to give you an unforgettable travel experience.

As one of the closest cities to the iconic Swiss Alps, Geneva day tour packages have a lot on offer for all kinds of travellers. Enjoy a cruise on Lake Geneva as you click pictures with the Water Fountain. Try local delicacies like cheese fondue while exploring ancient cathedrals and unique museums. And if you are a nature lover, spend a memorable time at the Botanical Garden and see the beautiful Flower Clock here. Plan your one day in Geneva with Thrillophilia so you don’t miss out on any of the wonderful attractions and experiences in this wonderful city.

Places To Visit In Geneva

1. The Geneva Water Fountain: Among the most popular places to visit with our Geneva day tour packages is the iconic Geneva Water Fountain. Known as the Jet d’Eau, the fountain is the most famous landmark of the city and it lies in Lake Geneva. Watch the jet launch water to a height of 460 metres in the air as you admire the beautiful views of Lake Geneva.

2. St. Pierre Cathedral: If you are on a 1-day tour in Geneva, you cannot miss visiting the ancient St Pierre Cathedral. Dating to the 12th century, the cathedral lies in Geneva’s old town and is associated with John Calvin, the Protestant leader. You can admire panoramic views of the old town and Lake Geneva as you climb atop the stunning Romanesque towers of the cathedral.

3. Palais des Nations: Once the headquarters of the League of Nations, Palais des Nations today functions as the European headquarters of the UN. Go for a guided tour of this iconic centre of world diplomacy and learn how the work happens behind the scenes. Even with one day in Geneva, this attraction is a must-visit for political enthusiasts and students curious about the functioning of the UN.

4. Conservatory and Botanical Garden Geneva: Witness a vast space filled with lush greenery as you visit Geneva’s Botanical Garden on your 1-day trip to Geneva. The garden was established more than a century ago and has many gardens, greenhouses, and a conservatory too. See more than 12,000 plant species belonging to the Mediterranean, South America, and the Far East here. You can also witness one of the world’s largest herbariums as you explore the Botanical Garden. 

5. Patek Philippe Museum: Explore a unique museum dedicated to watches during your Geneva one-day trip as you visit the Patek Philippe Museum. The earliest watches you see here date to the 16th century, with many portrait miniatures from later centuries. You can also see all of Patek Philippe’s timepieces since 1839, along with other brands of watches and automated musical devices at this museum.

6. Musee d’Art et d’Histoire: Admire one of the largest museums in Switzerland as you visit Musee d’Art et d’Histoire with Geneva day tour packages. This iconic Art and History Museum is home to a vast collection of Greek, Roman, Middle Eastern, Eastern Mediterranean, Etruscan, and Egyptian antiquities. You can also see fine art belonging to Italian, Swiss, Dutch, French, and Flemish artists in the galleries here.

7. International Museum of the Red Cross and Red Crescent: Learn about the fascinating history and important contributions of the Red Cross Society on your 1-day tour in Geneva. This museum has many interactive exhibits that narrate the historical role of the organisation in helping people during disasters, emergencies, and wars. The displays also talk about the crucial role played by the Red Cross in modern crises across the globe.

8. The Flower Clock: Prepare to be mesmerised by the beauty of the Flower Clock, the world’s largest flower clock, as you spend a day in Geneva. The horticultural beauty is made with colourful seasonal flowers and is located in Geneva’s Jardin Anglais. You can click memorable pictures with the iconic display of flowers in the backdrop of Lake Geneva with your friends and family here.

Best Time To Visit Geneva

Geneva is a year-round destination, which means it is perfect for travelling in every month and season.

Peak Season: The main season for a 1-day trip in Geneva lasts from June to August. These months mark the summer season here, which means sunny days with mild and breezy weather. This is a great time to enjoy a cruise on the vast Lake Geneva and attend vibrant festivals like Lake Parade and Fetes de Geneve.

Shoulder Season: The months of May, September, October, and November are the shoulder season for the Geneva one-day trip. The seasons change in these months and temperatures range around 10 degrees to 15 degrees Celsius. If you are looking for less crowds and affordable accommodation, this is the perfect time to visit.

Waning Season: December to April marks the winter season in Geneva, which also marks the waning season of tourism here. The weather is extremely cold, with temperatures dropping below zero. This is a good time for those who wish to see the snow-covered Alps and participate in winter sports like skiing and hiking.

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Geneva Day Tours FAQs

Is one day in Geneva enough

Yes, one day in Geneva is enough time to explore the city. Even though there are a lot of places to explore and things to do in Geneva, you can cover everything by planning well. Start your day early and follow a proper itinerary so you don’t miss out on any experiences here. You can visit famous attractions like the Geneva Water Fountain, St Pierre Cathedral, Palais des Nations, and the Flower Clock in one day here. As for activities, you can try the local cuisine, shop for souvenirs, and go on a cruise on Lake Geneva.

Can you see the Swiss Alps from Geneva?

Yes, you can see the Swiss Alps from Geneva when the weather is clear. This city is among the closest cities to the mighty mountain ranges and is a starting point for many Alpine adventurers. If you wish, you can take a short trip to reach the Alps during your day tour here.

Is Geneva very expensive?

Geneva ranks among the world’s most expensive cities and requires a higher budget when travelling. Although the expenses completely depend on your plans, basic arrangements like accommodation, meals, and transport can turn out costly. If you want to save a few bucks, you can plan your visit in the low season when prices are lower as compared to other months.

Is Geneva or Zurich better?

Geneva and Zurich are two of Switzerland’s most famous cities and have their unique charms. Both are cities situated on the banks of massive Alpine lakes and have a beautiful cultural heritage. Both these cities have a lot of magnificent attractions and exciting experiences to offer visitors for a short stay, so it is best if you can visit both places. If you have to choose, select the one that matches your travel itinerary better.

What is special in Geneva?

Geneva is famous as the Capital of Peace as it is the home of Europe’s UN headquarters and the Red Cross. The city is among the most popular places to visit in Switzerland and is known for its massive alpine lake, museums, gardens, and culinary atmosphere. It is also home to some of the greatest watchmaking legends, as well as lavish boutiques, restaurants, and much more.

Geneva Day Tours Reviews

Koshmi Yadav
Reviewed: 28 May 2022
Purchasing a Geneva Pass is perhaps one of the most cost effective and comprehensive ways of touring the wonderful city. We took the 48 hour pass from Thrillophilia at a great discount, which pretty much gave us free reign over the city tours and attractions across 2 days. We had the best time visit... Read More
Kamlesh Nambeesan
Reviewed: 03 Apr 2022
While booking, I was given the option of the 24, 48 and 72 hour pass, and I chose the 72 hour option. This was the best, since I not only saved a lot of money, but also explored almost all of the major attractions in Geneva. Thanks Thrillophilia for such an amazing deals & offers.
Devi Pilla
Reviewed: 02 Mar 2020
The best thing about the Geneva Hop-On Hop-Off Bus is that it is available at every 45 minutes and on a daily basis. This really helped me because the bus was not very crowded and I was able to explore a number of places without any hassle and in a short amount of time.
Kamala Patel
Reviewed: 11 Feb 2020
At first, we were having some trouble with the booking as our group size was very large. But thrillophilia executives helped us and got us tickets for 20 people. Thanks thrillophilia for giving us a good experience.
Chandraketu Trivedi
Reviewed: 11 Feb 2020
The best thing about this Annecy half day tour from geneva was the round trip transfers. We went there and came back very comfortably. The guide was very friendly and cooperative. We asked him a lot of questions and he had answers to everything.
Vishnu Marar
Reviewed: 11 Feb 2020
If you want visit some tourist places in Geneva, you should definitely take this pass. I got good discounts on a lot of places and saved a lot of money.

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