GENEVA, Switzerland – Leaves are falling, days are getting cooler and shorter… yeap, fall is here. After a glorious summer, we will soon be surrounded by gray skies. Gotta get busy this October! Here’s my selection of what’s on in Geneva (and beyond). A few favorites in blue. Namasté.
Geneva Lake Festival & Evian fireworks: where to watch?
GENEVA, Switzerland – We are heading to the end of summer but by the number of (free) events, there is still plenty to do outdoors. Here’s my selection of what’s on in Geneva (and beyond) in August.
Lake Geneva, France – Happy 14 July France! In a few hours, our neighbors in France will be commemorating the start of the French Revolution (marked by the Storming of the Bastille in 1789) and the beginning of the République with music and fireworks.
GENEVA, Switzerland – For the second year in a row the city of Geneva is offering free French lessons. Unlike 2015, classes will be given in two parks instead of four; high turn out is expected.
GENEVA, Switzerland – After an absence in June, here’s my selection of what’s on in Geneva (and a few beyond) in July 2016. The ultimate 2016 Geneva summer guide, coming up soon!
GENEVA – After being away for a while, I came back to Geneva to find music, street theatre, food stalls and a temporary flea market installed at my doorstep: La Ville est a vous de St Jean.
GENEVA, Switzerland – The wildly popular Ville-est-a-Vous—a bizarre bazaar of neighborhood street festivals featuring blocks and blocks of fleamarkets, music and food stalls—is back but, before you head out with your wears, beware. A lack of volunteers and administrative reluctance is severely cutting back the fun.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Here’s my selection of events taking place in Geneva (and a few beyond) in May 2016. I will update the list throughout the month.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Here’s my selection of events taking place in Geneva (and a few beyond) in April 2016. I will update the list throughout the month.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Is it art, meditation, group experimental performance art or a really cool massive sleep-y festival? I am not sure, but if “bring your own pillow and sleeping bag” is any indication, this sleep concert / nuit sonorisée is a first for Geneva.
GENEVA, Switzerland – Good Friday, an official holiday in 24 out of 26 cantons in Switzerland (strangely not in two of the most Catholic, Valais and Ticino) is commemorated with markets, processions and Via Crucis. Then, on Monday, in addition to religious services a few good Easter egg hunts. Check it out.