Mar 5, 2017 - 10:19 PM
in reply to alexis2323
It is difficult to advise you on Geneva without knowing your tastes, and where you stand in the <action - deckchair> bracket.
In terms of landscape, the major attraction in Geneva is the lake. You can stroll on the lakefront and in nearby parks, enjoy the view including the Mt Blanc if the weather allows it. You can be ferried from one bank to the other, or to a downtown place, by small passenger boats called Mouettes. Less known are hiking paths along the Rhone river. Enjoy an icecream when you get tired.
If culture is your thing, there are plenty of museums on various topics. You could also be interested by the "international Geneva", take a guided tour in the UN Building (not so exciting in my opinion).
Most tourist tours would take you to the Red Cross Museum and the Reformation Monument.
If you want to have a flavor of the way the locals live, just walk around in the Plainpalais or Eaux-Vives districts, or just around the main rail station. Eat French, Italian, Lebanese, Portuguese, or whatever, maybe even Swiss!