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This self guided tour under the Cathedral was very well done. It is self paced with an audio speaker, with recorded talks, with numbers corresponding to all the displays. It took us about an hour to go through the whole tour. It was only $8...More
This site is a must when visiting Geneva. The entrance is to the side of the main entrance to the cathedral in the vieille ville. The cost is minimal - 8frs for adults and 4frs for Seniors which includes the audioguide which is an essential...More
Have taken every tourist that comes to town to this site under the cathedral. probably one of the better "digs" in Europe. And an amazing pre-Christian surprise awaits you. I doubt anyone would be bored here....
This was an absolute surprise: the way this museum has been put together (architecturally, design wise, content and light design) is without a shadow of a doubt one of the best museums I have ever visited... While you walk under the existing Cathedral you see...More
This is clearly one of the best preserved and excavated historical site in human history. It's just amazing to learn how the cathedral was built over and over again for centuries. One can see the different kind of stones used during those centuries stacked one...More
Spent 1.5 hrs walking through here listening to the free audio guide. Amazing archeological site. It goes on and on. Not in a repetitive way, but it illustrates the different styles of building through the centuries. Very interesting and enjoyable. Family of four cost 24...More
OK so my girlfriend isn't too bothered by archaeology. Bad news for her is that I am! And I loved this place. The site is surprisingly large, with the remains of no fewer than three cathedrals to view. When I visited the main entrance to...More