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Geneva — Around Mountains & Lakes
If Lake Geneva can inspire Mary Shelley to pen Frankenstein, Deep Purple to write Smoke on the Water, and prompt Hemingway to extol its charms in A Farewell to Arms, just imagine what a bicycle tour around this famed lake can do for you.

We found it so inspiring we moved to the area, joining other such notable neighbors as the World Health Organization (WHO), the Red Cross, and the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG).

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Some of our Geneva cycling trips involve a ferry crossing from Switzerland to France
We organize guided and self-guided cycling tours for individuals and groups
Most of the riding is done on very quiet roads through the Geneva countryside
Most cycling tours take place in the vicinity of Lake Geneva

Geneva — Around Mountains & Lakes

Ch�teau de Chillon
Geneva with the Jet d'Eau and the Mont Blanc
While most people recognize Lake Geneva as central Europe's second largest fresh water lake, we also recognize it as central Europe's most beautiful. Framed by the French Alps to the south and Switzerland's Jura Mountains to the north, it towers as one of Mother Nature's true masterpieces. Just as impressive are the cities and villages that ornament Lake Geneva's shores, especially along Switzerland's northern banks, which many call the "Swiss Riviera" (and rightfully so.)

Geneva, the starting point of our tours, meshes Old World with New, creating an electrifying cosmopolitan atmosphere steeped with international charm. Lausanne, Switzerland's cultural center, treats museums like most cities treat Starbucks - they're everywhere - 16 in all. And the massive Cathedral of Notre Dame, a monument to Gothic architecture, looms over Lausanne like a visual siren.

Montreux, site of the world-famous Montreux Jazz Festival, is also best known for its proximity to Chateau de Chillon. Dating back to the 12th century, this castle's storybook beauty is magnified by its waterfront location upon a rocky crag that juts into the lake. This entire route is also recognized as Switzerland's second largest wine-producing region. D́zaley, the region's best known vineyard, towers above a terraced slope overlooking Lake Geneva, making for a perfect setting to clink a toast. Nearby Saint-Saphorin, a shockingly beautiful village hemmed by steep banks of vineyards, also serves as a great perch to sip and savor and maybe even catch creative inspiration of your own.
2018 Tours around Geneva
Self-guided Tours for Leisure Riders
Tour Name Duration Price per Person
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6n/7d From 1,045 euros
5n/6d From 845 euros
6d max. From 270 euros
5n/6d From 625 euros
5n/6d From 895 euros
2n/3d From 385 euros
2n/3d From 370 euros
Self-guided Tours for Avid Riders
Tour Name Duration Price per Person
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5n/6d From 825 euros
5n/6d From 625 euros
4n/5d From 840 euros