Geneva is the best place for "farm to table" dining if you are a Foodie like myself. We have quite a few organic farms within 5-10 miles of Geneva and love the restaurants that take advantage of that. We love heading to Geneva when we want creative, quality dining.
This is a very interesting place to visit. with a lot of shops, bars and very good restaurants, which we have already reviewed. We highly recommend visiting it if you are in the area. There is a little something for everyone.
Lake Geneva is a real gem and the historic shopping district is most enjoyable. We visited in November and parking was free (all meters were covered up) and easy to find this time of year, There is a great variety of shops and service is friendly.
People come by the bus loads to this quaint town of Geneva just to shop in this historic area. The entire area is full of ALL types of stores, shops, restaurants, markets. Near the train station. Be prepared to walk for hours and you still won't see everything. A MUST SEE!!
After having breakfast we decided to just walk around historic downtown and see what we would find. Meeting my niece and her husband there, my wife and I had a enjoyable time looking into all the different shops and tasting some of the wine and treats Geneva has to offer. Local wine flights were a surprise and we had to... 更多
You could spend a day, going from shop to shop and exploring Geneva. It's a beautiful little town with lots of things to look at. You could just window shop or buy something from one of the many shops. Of course, there are plenty of food options, even for vegans. I recommend Sweet Natalie's.
You can't beat the downtown Geneva shopping district. Third St. shopping in downtown Geneva first came to be renowned in the 1930's with the advent of Mrs. Kate Raftery's Little Traveler, a rambling collection of Victorian era buildings which still provide thriving shopping Mecca with a longtime (but still great) little café. Be sure to leisurely stroll down and shop... 更多
It is definitely worth parking at one end or the other of 3rd street and taking a walk up and down. There are so many cute and original shops to visit! There are also several very good restaurants and ice cream shops. It is a fun time for sure!
Walking down 3rd street gives you the feeling of a small town feeling with several places to go. We enjoyed stopping in for a wine tasting, had a chocolate fondue and went to a restaurant/bar for snacks and drinks. If you are near Geneva or passing through, this is the place to stop.