Beauté de Genève
Living in Geneva
The standards of higher education in Switzerland are very high and continuing education has become a standard for executives. This explains Switzerland's unique position as the most innovative country in the world.
The country has one of the best rail transport systems in the world, connected to those of these neighbors, making it possible to travel quickly and pleasantly across Europe.
As a multicultural and multilingual country, it has been able to absorb large flows of immigration at all levels of society, including in the education system, both teachers and students.
Switzerland has always brought a lot to other countries, many Russian tsars had Swiss tutors, and one could also mention the friendship that linked François Le Fort to Peter the Great.
Geneva, the cosmopolitan city
It's a privilege to live in Geneva!
Geneva is the second most populous city in Switzerland and the first tourist destination in Switzerland that hosts world-famous sites like the jet d'eau in Geneva, the famous flower clock, more than half a century old, symbol of the Swiss watch industry.
Geneva, a peaceful city
Geneva is one of the ten cities where the quality of life is the best in the world. It is located on the shores of Lake Geneva and extends along both banks of the Rhone, bounded by the mountains of Salève and Jura.
The city is full of artistic, historical, natural and architectural treasures. It is very relaxing to stroll in Geneva, for example from the botanical garden of Pearl-du-Lac; You will be able to observe this quote from an unknown poet on the front of La Perle du Lac restaurant: "Happy is he who on these shores can have a long rest. Happy is the one who can rest a long time on these shores Happy is the one who can see them again after having left them).