Note that we will NOT go in the buildings. In this unique experience, we will explore the international organizations located in Geneva. You might have already seen most of them in media and this will be an opportunity for you to see and feel them with your own senses. Geneva is the home to about 3000 international families, working in International NGOs (non-government organizations). United Nations, ITU (International Technology Union), UNESCO, Red Cross, ILO (International Labor Office), WHO (World Health Organization) are only some of the organizations we will explore. All your answers will be answered by a local. Together we will hunt the buildings one by one, search for our country flags, hear the stories behind those organizations, examine the buildings' architectural styles, learn to connect them with real-life and understand the purpose of their existence. Ariana Museum and a coffee break at the Red Cross or Ariana Museum will be the bonus of the tour. Let's explore this area together. At the end of the tour, you will love those buildings and organizations. We are so lucky and thankful that Geneva was chosen to be the center of life. Please check my profile for my other experiences in Geneva and Nyon. If you cannot find a date or time that suits you, please contact me so we can arrange another date or time
I am an architect with a master's degree, born and grew up in Istanbul, Turkey. I also inherited my father's tourism agency which has been active for more than 40 years. I have been living in Switzerland for almost 20 years. I am passionate about my job and my city. In love with architecture, in love with Geneva and in love with Switzerland.
I will present you the brief file I prepared about this area
We will visit the International Organizations area in Geneva. United Nations, UNESCO, ITU, Red Cross, WHO, ILO are some of the organizations we will see (We will NOT go in the buildings). We will also visit the Ariana Museum together. A coffee break at the Red Cross Museum as well.
International Organizations in Geneva