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How Brexit will affect Geneva

According to Cenni Najy, a political science specialist at the University of Geneva, cited in the Tribune de Genève, Brexit with have a very direct impact on Geneva. Many British nationals work in Geneva and many from Geneva work in London, … [Read more...]

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Great Brexpectations

In this cartoon, Geneva-based political cartoonist Rachel Berman for Le News, looks at Britain's vote to leave the EU from a Swiss perpective. Switzerland has spent more than two years trying to cut a deal with Brussels after 50.3% of Swiss … [Read more...]

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Tue 28

An Enchanted Walk in Geneva, by Crisitina Rodriguez

May 25 @ 10 h 00 min - July 3 @ 18 h 00 min
Tue 28

Lausanne Estivale 2016 40th edition

June 15 @ 8 h 00 min - September 15 @ 17 h 00 min
Tue 28

13th Lavaux Classique

June 24 @ 8 h 00 min - July 3 @ 17 h 00 min
Thu 30

Avenches Opéra

June 30 @ 21 h 00 min - July 15 @ 21 h 00 min

Brexit

© Rachel Berman for Le News SARL

Great Brexpectations

In this cartoon, Geneva-based political cartoonist Rachel Berman for Le News, looks at Britain’s vote to leave the EU from a Swiss perpective. Switzerland has spent more than two years trying to cut a deal with Brussels after 50.3% of Swiss voters decided to limit immigration from the EU. The EU is showing no sign […]

Activities

Reopening on 5 April after a 3 month and EUR 3 million overhaul.

Salève cable car Geneva

SPRING-SUMMER-AUTUMN One of Geneva’s most popular tourist attractions – taking the cable car to the top of the Salève for a panoramic view of the Jet d’Eau – reopens on 5 April 2014 after a shutdown of three months to overhaul its cable system. The … [Read more...]

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