As we look ahead to this fall, there’s a packed agenda in the works. True, some events are still on hiatus (the St. Cergue Desalpes Festival), but others are returning stronger than ever. If you’re comfortable braving a crowd or two, check out some of the events below.
The Return of Music Festivals! If you’ll be in Geneva this summer, you might consider checking out one or more summer festivals. Read on to learn more about the Montreux Jazz Festival, Geneva’s Fête De La Musique and the Paléo Festival in Nyon.
When you’re traveling around Geneva, how often do you take the time to appreciate its 40K trees? It’s easy to take these giant organisms for granted, unless you’re looking for a shady respite on a hot summer day. Starting this weekend, make a change. Participate in a new plant-based exhibition from now until 27 June: Trees of Geneva.
Have you signed up yet for the Covid-19 vaccination yet? Registering isn’t just for those over the age of 75. Anyone who would like the vaccine can visit the canton’s website here for more information and to register for an appointment.
Wanting to get a jump on the festive season ahead? Wondering where to buy holiday and winter-related decorations during partial-lockdown?Good news! Somehow, the Schilliger garden centres in Plan-les-Ouates and Gland are open as usual.*
COVID-19: New Restrictions from Switzerland’s Federal Government! Read on to learn about new restrictions that go into effect today, 29 October!
Le jeûne genevois – Learn more about this holiday!
Check it out! Geneva’s Natural History Museum!
Paléo Festival Returns – July 19-25, 2021! Read on to learn more about the festival’s plan for 2021.
Geneva’s Museums Reopen! A focus on the MAMCO. Comfortable with the newly-relaxed public health measures? Consider venturing to the MAMCO or another local museum to support Geneva’s cultural treasures!