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Very nice explanation, a tour in the antique Geneva. Incredible to see the basement from the 5th century.
Very bad point was the guy working at the reception. He didn't even say good morning, I asked if I can took my babies's trolley, he said...More
A wonderful place to explore all the history of the site: well-lit, accessible and informative, the crypt underneath the cathedral offers up layers upon layers of old worship grounds and churches that have been uncovered. It's amazing how well everything is preserved, in all its...More
Another sacred archeological site part of cathedral of St. Pierre at the basement of existing church. Must visit it although I did not have much time to explore it. There is entrance fee for the site. Visit at the church is also a must as...More
This is an amazing exhibit, and a must see. These excavations were conducted starting in 1975 when the cathedral was being renovated. The whole history of Geneva is revealed, layer by layer. From stone age villages to pre-Roman Celts, to Julius Caesar, early Christian Geneva,...More
It's easy to walk right by the signs for this archaeological below the cathedral. But don't miss it. The excavation is very extensive and an audio tour provides information not only on the development of the cathedral through the centuries but the history of Geneva.
Coming into this museum, I didn’t really expect much from it, but I was very pleasantly wrong. It was excellent, the audio guide fascinating as one walks among the vast collection of the superbly preserved cathedral remains, the remains superb in themselves. This was a...More
Any history enthusiast must make time for this when visiting Geneva. Through excavations and exhibitions below the cathedral, this site tells the story of the city of Geneva from it's earliest pre-Roman beginnings. Affordable (we paid 8 fr each and that included an audio guide)...More