Geneva Cheap Flight Deals
The cosmopolitan city of Geneva draws holidaymakers from around the world thanks to its vibrant, multi-cultural reputation and its proximity to a host of winter snow-sports destinations. Geneva is the gateway to incredible ski resorts that suit a range of ski abilities, so you'll be sure to find an ideal resort for you.
Why choose Geneva
This Swiss city offers something for everyone, whether you’re looking for a cosmopolitan break or a more active sports holiday. Flights to Geneva depart regularly and take less than two hours - so you can find yourself in the lap of luxury or gliding down an Alpine mountain in no time.
The city of Geneva is stacked full with high-end Swiss delights including fantastic food and plenty of opportunities for shopping. Admire the beautiful architecture and historic delights of the Old City, or relax in the Place Bourg du Four, Geneva’s oldest square. Alternatively, book an easy transfer and travel outside of the city to one of the many winter sports resorts nestled in the nearby Alps.
City of Culture
The third largest city in Switzerland, Geneva is often thought of as a land of luxury and prosperity. You’ll find plenty of museums, galleries and attractions to occupy you here, including the Jet d’Eau, the iconic 140m tall fountain that lights up at night, providing pretty views over the water. For an evening of classical culture head to the Victoria Hall, home of the world renowned Geneva orchestra.
Gateway to Snow Sports
Whether you love skiing and snowboarding or are hoping to head out on a cross-country adventure, Geneva’s position on the shores of an Alpine lake and just a one to two hour drive from a range of snow resorts including Chamonix in France and Courmayeur in Italy, make it a haven for adventure seekers.
The surrounding area
The area around Geneva not only offers delicious Swiss delights such as cheese, wine and chocolate, but also fantastic outdoors adventures. Within an hour from Geneva you can visit several top class ski resorts in the mountains of the Swiss, French and Italian Alps.