Sightseeing tour Geneva with a mini train, Discover the perle du Lac
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A superb ride through Parks and Residences!
|Tour name||Line 2: Geneva Parks and Residences|
|Opening||From the 1st March to the 31st October
In November, December and March runs only during the week-end
|Time||Departure every 45 minutes
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Quai du Mont-Blanc (Rotonde du Mont-Blanc):
|Description||The "Parks and Residences" mini-train will take you on a dream journey along the right bank of Lake Geneva to discover beautiful parks and gardens.
With your free brochure you will easily recognize the many famous residences you will see on the way.
All along this journey, you will enjoy unforgettable views over the shores of the lake, over famous buildings surrounded by flowers and bushes and, on a fine day, the incredible snowcovered peaks of the Mont-Blanc range.
|Duration of circuit||35 min|
|Circuits||Brunswick Monument - Promenade on the quay Wilson - Palais Wilson - Statue "The Youth and the Horse" - Park Mon-Repos - Park Barton - Villa Mon-Repos - La Perle du Lac (stop) - Sculpture "Earth" - Sculpture "The Humain effort" - Centre Wiliam Rappard - Conservatory of the Botanical Gardens (stop) - Villa Barton - Villa Batholoni - Fountain with panoramic view (arrêt) - Villa Moynier -Rotonde du Mont-Blanc (terminus)|
|Departure||Rotonde du Mont-Blanc|
|Guided tours||By tape|
|Commentary||French - English - German - Italian - Spanish - Japanese
2 languages by tour
|Number of seats||50 adults or 80 children|
|Children information||Children from 0 to 3 years, free of charge - except for groups
Children from 4 to 12 years, child's fare applicable
|FAQ||Itinerary: See the map, possible to stop at Perle du Lac or Botanique Garden and animals
Scenery: view on all town of Geneve and lac, manificience park and animals.
The schedule can be modificated in function of the weather, the traffic and cultural events.
|Organisation by||SWISSTOURS TRANSPORT SA
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