Walk aimlessly in the old city and come to this St. Peter's Basilica, which has a long history of 900 years. The flag of Geneva, Switzerland has an eagle and a key. The black eagle on the left symbolizes the Holy Roman Empire. It represents that Geneva was once a free city of the Holy Roman Empire, that is, a city that has a certain self-system and is directly under the jurisdiction of Emperor Shinra (not a lord); the key on the right symbolizes Saint Peter. Representative Geneva was once the seat of the Pope. Today St. Peter’s Basilica in the Old Town is a great place to ascend and overlook Geneva.
its really a nice experience walking around the city so peaceful and calm nature at its best
Old town is located in the rhone river in Geneva on the hillside, due to higher ground, the locals also called here uptown. Not only with the old church and other old buildings, the winding five-arched alley hides a lot of art galleries, bars and antique shop, etc. The pace of life here is not as busy as the rest of the city, is the slow pace of life, a good place for leisure taste delicacies. You can stop and look at the magnificent cathedral, visit the Rousseau''s former residence, or in the streets of attractive tao tao interesting monuments. Art gallery style each different, the old have POTS, in ancient China and Japan belong to early impressionistic works, etc., and have been placed in a conspicuous bright space. A variety of small shops gathered together to the old city more add the charm of an attractive shopping desire.