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Once its own independent town, this neighborhood still serves as a refuge from the bustle of city life and is often fondly referred to as the "Greenwich Village of Geneva."
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Carouge, Switzerland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Carouge neighborhood was so charming! Architecture is unique, clean and well kept. Has another, maybe more provincial vibe, but still very charming and inviting. The market has produce from the local farmers and a wonderful cheese/ham stand. And the little bars and restaurants around...More

Thank GonzalezAdriana9
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the hippest quarter in Geneva and Geneva is not a big place. Commercial contemporary art, really upscale shops, patisseries, boulangeries, cafes. Busy at all times of day. Always something going on - lots of festivals on the weekend at the Place Sardaigne -...More

Thank Paul J
Reviewed 7 July 2018

A lovely little place (seems to be dying with shop fronts closed out of business) but worth it for a few hours with still a lot of interesting boutiques (over priced though) and some choice restaurants. Not much to do except wonder around and then...More

Thank EscapeInTime_Geneva
Reviewed 2 May 2018

I went on a Saturday afternoon,,, Not as may restaurant as I had imagined,,, I was there at around 5:30 pm so most shops were closed.. The place was strangely daunting... There was a food festival there, and the food was expensive and not that...More

Thank Jennifer A
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

Took the bus from old Geneva to Carouge on Sunday. Only a few cafés open in the main square near church. Went inside Wolfisberg café around 4:30, we sat down and were handed menus. We decided what to order, then waitress came back and told...More

1  Thank Christine Z
Reviewed 19 February 2018

Went for lunch and shopping ,,, different flavor than Geneva;;; not sure I would go back... shops were just ok . My daughter did end up buying a second hand couture coat there so trip was worth it

Thank momof3and2dogs
Reviewed 22 January 2018

Charming place for a stroll weekdays or weekends. Many small shops and artisans. And a lot of good restaurants and places for a drink. Best on a sunny days to sit on the terraces

Thank Roberto G
Reviewed 4 August 2017

I could not find something really very interesting in this village. The ice cream in the gelateria in the main square is really very good.

1  Thank Alexandru L
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

This ancient Sardinian little village has become over time one of the most famous and must-go places in Geneva! If you haven't strolled along the Place du Marché in the center of Old Carouge, enjoying an ice-cream, you haven't finished your Geneva experience! The colourfull...More

1  Thank Olivia M
Reviewed 6 June 2017

Escape the hustle of central Geneva and eat out after a stroll around the quiet village square of Carouge. There is a wide choice of bars and restaurants, small clothes and craft shops.

Thank Lesley M
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