Collected by Jan Wallander
Rue Rodolphe-Toepffer 9, 1206 Genève, Switzerland
Most tourists never see this beautiful Russian Orthodox Church, just beyond Geneva's Old Town. It was built in the late XIXth century and rumors say that Dostoievsky, during his stay here, was a frequent visitor.
Place du Bourg-de-Four 24, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
Geneva's cathedral (St-Pierre) is seen from a distance as it sits on a hill overlooking the city. The cathedral was built on the premises of a much older cathedral, dating from the early Middle Ages (which you can visit by going down on a special...
Rue du Mont-Blanc 26, 1201 Genève, Switzerland
Since 1930, Café de Paris in Geneva has been doing just one thing and doing it really well: an unforgettable version of classic steak frites. Every diner enjoys green salad and hot rolls before the one and only main course—Entrecôte de Café de...
Place du Molard 5, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
One of my favorite's restaurant is Café du Centre on Place du Molard, just below the Old Town. This place is great if you like seafood, they have great platters, as well as oysters, all very fresh. In the summer, their terrasse is also a great...
Palais des Nations, 1211 Genève, Switzerland
What an honor to stand before all the flags of the countries that make up the United Nations. Highly recommend the tour. When staying in Geneva, the hotel will provide you with a complimentary public transportation pass. You can take the tram to...
Rue de la Corraterie, 1204 Genève, Switzerland
Rue de la Corraterie is Geneva's street for old money. Here you will find mostly old-fashioned shops, such as a well established sports shop, a florist and a pen shop. However, be sure to also check a sneakers shop where young and not-so-young...
Avenue d'Ouchy 15, 1006 Lausanne, Switzerland
Switzerland certainly doesn’t lack for world-class chocolate, and Durig Chocolatier continues the tradition with a focus on organic and fair-trade ingredients. At the chocolaterie in the French-speaking Swiss city of Lausanne, master chocolatier...
Avenue Bergières 11, 1004 Lausanne, Switzerland
Lausanne's Collection de l'Art Brut is the original "home" of OutSider Art. Established in 1976 with 5,000 works collected by Jean Dubuffet, the museum remains a showcase for beautiful, compelling works, displayed in the redesigned interior of the...
Route du Signal 2, 1018 Lausanne, Switzerland
My family and I recently viewed a wonderful exhibit at the Fondation de l"Hermitage in Lausanne, Switzerland. Over 100 paintings were on display taken from their own rarely shown collection. Such masterpieces of Degas, Sisley, Vuillard Magritte...
Rue de Bourg, 1003 Lausanne, Switzerland
Rue de Bourg in Lausanne is the city's premier shopping location where high-end brands have set up shops. Home of Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Cartier and co, you will find everything to satisfy your desires. If not, try the Bon Genie department store...
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