Travel to Geneva
by Stig Albeck
Publisher: BookBoon 2009
Number of pages: 31
Its location between the snow covered Alps Mountains and the Lake Geneva makes Geneva a wonderful scenic environment. The city is also renowned across the world for being the home of a number of international organizations such as the UN and the Red Cross, which contributes to the distinctive atmosphere in this pleasant city. This free travel guide to Geneva suggests several day tours and a number of locations outside Geneva along the sights and main attractions of this region in Switzerland.
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