GENEVA, Switzerland — Fancy a fancy Thanksgiving? Here’s where in Geneva in 2017. Advertisements
GENEVA, Switzerland — Shorter days but no shortage of things to do — and for free — in Geneva and surroundings! Here’s my monthly round-up.
GENEVA, Switzerland — Back after a summer break with a selection of events for the rest of October in Geneva and surroundings.
Geneva, Switzerland — The Romande pride parade this year is set as a three-day festival taking place in the Swiss capital of Bern from 25-27 August.
GENEVA, Switzerland — What do the Swiss celebrate on 1 August each year? Get your handy notepad ready because the answer is like a delightfully complicated Swiss watch movement.
GENEVA, Switzerland — So much to do, and so much daylight to do so. Unless noted otherwise, the events take place in canton Geneva. A few favourites are highlighted in blue and those that could be of interest to kids and families are highlighted in green (for a full agenda of events for the little ones, checkout these websites, AmStramGram, Geneva…
GENEVA, Switzerland – It is that time of the year when canton Geneva takes movies outside for the benefit of kids and grownups alike. Most films are fan favorites, not new releases. The point here thought, is the experience of the picnic and a movie under the stars.
GENEVA, Switzerland — The June guide is coming a bit late courtesy of an actual paying job 😉 Nevertheless faithful readers, here is “a selection” of what’s on and free in what is left of June in Geneva. (I will update this post during the week to add more events!)
GENEVA, Switzerland – Events galore in May in Geneva! Get your java, take five and go through this long list of events and activities in the canton and beyond. This month keep an eye out for art and gallery events, flower markets and wine festivals, and loads of free fitness activities. Unless noted otherwise, the events take…
GENEVA, Switzerland – After two months absence I am back with my pick of top events/activities in the city and canton of Geneva. Events/activities beyond the canton’s borders are duly noted. A few favorites are highlighted in blue and those that could be of interest to kids and families are highlighted in green.
GENEVA, Switzerland – “Kiss Me, I’m..” well, no, but I can’t deny I wear green and enjoy St Patrick’s Day celebrations as any green-blooded fella out there. Therefore, following a seven-year tradition, here’s my annual list of bars that celebrate St Paddy’s, and of other St Patrick’s Day activities in the area.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Every year, after a long and parma-gray winter, Genevans gather up to wish winter away and celebrate the arrival of spring. The celebration, known as Bonhomme Hiver, takes place across the canton and is usually organized by neighborhood associations.