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Parc La Grange, Geneva

4.6
#4 of 17 in Parks in Geneva
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Parc La Grange in Geneva, Switzerland has a surface of 200,000 m2, hosts very old and tall trees, Geneva's biggest rose garden, orangeries and an 18th-century villa. Also two theaters, a playground as well as a paddling pool for the children are found there. It is situated at the Quai Gustave-Ador in Geneva.

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  • A lovely park & a great way to spend an afternoon during the summer. My interest was the famous tennis Club, where I visited back in 1984. Still there but cannot enter. There is a Hotel/restaurant in....  more »
  • Another beautiful garden in Geneva. Roseraie was very memorable because of the rose garden. The rose and settings were nice and gothic, great for wedding pictures and stuff like that. The park is...  more »
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  • Breath of fresh air in the centre of Geneva. Huge park with separate areas to relax or play. In the evenings concerts are held through summer and bbqs available. Well kept gardens and cute little red squirrels, turtles (although not native) and many birds. Nice place to visit.
  • Nicest park in Geneva! There is plenty of open space, lovely trees, and even a place to grill. A couple bars/cafes in the park make it very nice to visit, even if you don't bring a picnic

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