- What to do in geneva – bike or non bike raled
mights answer the one about riding around the lake.
depends on what you like i guess, walking through the parks on the north shore, climb the tower of st pierre or look at the 4th century remains in the basement. Go to the park to see the reformation wall, go see the jet d’eau and the jardin anglais or the jardin botanique (no kew) but nice way to spend an hour and see the animals.
there is swimming and diving boards in Lac Leman, but in the winter????Posted 4 years agoStraightlinerSubscriber
4 months takes you nicely into winter so if you’re into winter sports you’re very sorted on that front. Chamonix, Portes du Soleil, Megeve etc all within an hours drive.
In the meantime there’s riding off the Saleve and in the Jura.
Oh and steak/frites at the Relais de l’entrecote not far from your apartment.Posted 4 years agoandybachMember
What they said about money^^^ – I’m dating a girl there , it would be cheaper to buy her a flight to Edinburgh than go out for dinner …..
Lots of people leave at the weekend so Thursday night is generally busiest – Jura is lovely, v easy to get to and great for biking or just wandering about
There are some some “hash house harriers” who go out running regularly who seem like an ok bunchPosted 4 years agomrmoofoMember
Ski and snowboard – loads of resorts around. Cham is about 40 minutes away … if you are there for 4 months and this is you bag, then think about getting a season pass
Eating and drinking in CH, as well as skiing is very expensive.
Daily lift pass will be 75 ish CHF – so 50 quid.
If it wasn’t winter – the mountain passes on a motorbike are fantastic, as are the Jura. But closed from Oct until early July.
Some pretty towns to go and look at – but CH is a long way from being vibrant, friendly and full of sponateous funPosted 4 years ago
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