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Jet d'Eau

quai Gustave-Ador | Jetee des Eaux-Vives, Geneva 1207, Switzerland
+41 22 909 70 00
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Geneva's most prominent landmark, this tremendous fountain is located in Lake Geneva in the city's downtown area.
  • Excellent48%
  • Very good33%
  • Average14%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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“big fountain” (22 reviews)
“getting wet” (19 reviews)
“lake geneva” (138 reviews)
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quai Gustave-Ador | Jetee des Eaux-Vives, Geneva 1207, Switzerland
Rues-Basses Longemalle
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+41 22 909 70 00
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Reviewed yesterday

well I wouldn't go out of the way to see this tourist attraction . its a powerful spray of water with nothing else about it.

Thank Mikecohike
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You can walk out to the pier to get close to the Jet. It was a great thing to do on a hot day. We took some fun pictures here.

Thank AuntieMRA
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I saw this site while in Geneva on business. The water jet was extremely tall. The area around this site is interesting and while it probably isn't worth a trip in and of itself, one will most likely see it anyway while traveling near the...More

Thank Deihcs
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Was a wonderful evening...went for a long walk and there was Elvis music which was just perfect for the great climate....

Thank Anisha B
Reviewed yesterday

My family had so much fun walking out onto the jetty and getting sprayed by the jet! Depending which way the wind blows, you could potentially get soaked. But, when the wind blows too much, they turn it off...sometimes when it doesn't even seem so...More

Thank irsh21
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing jet of water 460ft tall on the lack where Lac Leman empties into the Rhone. You can take a water taxi to visit it. If you walk almost to the end of the pier you will get very wet.

Thank Denise R
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a huge fountain, seen from all over Geneva. But the fountain takes a break after operating for sometime. Great backdrop for a picture.

Thank sudipnandy
Reviewed 2 days ago

An amazing attraction that should not be missed in Geneva. First day we went was cloudy and couldn's see the jet top clearly. Second day was a sunny day and the jet was amazing. Simply beautiful.

Thank AliceChui
Reviewed 2 days ago

Although we saw the Fountain on approach to Geneva, and from the UN Building Tour; it had been turned off by time we got there. (Despite the timetime board stating it should be still running!)

Thank David R
Reviewed 3 days ago

The whole is bigger than the sum of its parts, and this applies to the lake Geneva's water jet too. It's a beautiful component of the landscape. But to assess it for itself, clearly there are more awesome fountains in other parts of the world....More

Thank SVDivvaakar
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SarahOje
11 February 2015|
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Response from SnuffyNomad | Reviewed this property |
Yes, only closed in high wind to avoid spray drift. 💨💦
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