Free access and on a calm day you can walk past the water spout and beyond to the end of the harbour arm. Best visited on a warm day if possible - the closer you walk the more likely you are to get wet. Take...More
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This is an iconic landmark for Geneva. It would be very difficult not to see it! I enjoyed seeing it both from the land and from boats. Mt Blanc was visible through the spray and produced an interesting photograph!
Pretty cool, but it was off 2 of the 3 days we were there. Was off when we were in the bell tower, which was really disappointing as I wanted pictures with it and the city.
Beautiful and meaningful. You can walk. Take a boat. Eat around or drink Take a boat taxi.jet water , the highlight of this City is on the lake. On the other side of lake you can find some villages like Yvoire which are great to...More
There's not much to say, except that it's a giant spray of water shooting into the sky. Neat if you've never seen anything like it, but probably not worth going out of your way to see.
Visible from almost anywhere on Geneva's waterfront, this impressive fountain was originally built in 1886 as a way to relieve the water pressure at a hydraulic power plant. The fountain proved so popular that it was moved to an in-lake site and made to spray...More
Located downtown, it can be seen from many places of the city, and can be used as a position reference. The most interesting part is the history of the water jet. Originally, a hole was made on a pipe to ease the pressure of the...More
The best time to visit the landmark is when the sky is clear . The white water fountain in blue sky background looks majestic. There is also a light show on weekends . But better to confirm it prior to visit. The fountain starts at...More