Most of the parks are situated along the lake with stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Geneva is often referred to as the "city of parks", amongst most famous parks of Geneva you should visit during your stay in Genève.
The English Garden, situated on the left bank near the Jet d’Eau, the English Garden is home to the famous "flower clock," the largest of its kind in the world and a symbol of Geneva’s dedication to integration with nature.
The Botanical Garden, just next to United Nations and Place des Nations, it includes rock garden, herbarium with 5.5 million specimens, making it one of the five largest collections in the world.
La Perle-du-Lac, is arguably the most beautiful area in Geneva with clear views of the Mont Blanc and lake Geneva. This park is flush with flowers with plenty of shady spots to wile away the afternoon.
More than 50 parks and gardens act as the city’s tranquil escape for tourists and locals alike.
The parks located along the lakeshore and the Parc des Bastions are true havens of peace. In Geneva, you will find a park or a garden to relax around almost every corner!