Switzerland (Schweiz / Suisse / Svizzera)
Basel (Basel / Bâle) / Bern (Bern / Berne) / Geneva (Genf / Genève) / Lausanne (Lausanne / Lausanne) / Lucerne (Luzern / Lucerne) / Lugano (Lugano / Lugano) / St. Gallen (St. Gallen / Saint-Gall) / Winterthur (Winterthur) / Zurich (Zürich / Zurich).
Geneva is a city located in the western part of Switzerland, near the border with France. It is the second-most populous city in Switzerland, with a population of approximately 200,000 people, and is known as a hub for international diplomacy and finance.
Geneva is home to many international organizations, including the United Nations, the International Red Cross, and the World Health Organization. The city is also known for its luxury watchmaking industry and its famous Jet d'Eau fountain, which shoots water up to 140 meters in the air.
Some of the city's other popular attractions include the Old Town, which features historic buildings and narrow streets, the Palace of Nations, which houses the United Nations Office at Geneva, and the Lake Geneva waterfront, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
Geneva has a temperate climate, with warm summers and cool winters, and is known for its high quality of life. The city is a popular destination for tourists and is known for its fine dining, luxury shopping, and cultural events, including the Geneva International Motor Show and the Montreux Jazz Festival.