Quite a few years ago now, my family and I visited the Swiss town of Geneva. Geneva is located near the Switzerland/France border, in Southeastern Switzerland, and it is surrounded by Lake Geneva (Lac Léman in French) and the Alps and Jura mountains. Geneva is the second most expensive city in all of Europe, and the second most populous city in Switzerland, both after Zürich. We stayed in the city, famous for its chocolate, luxury watches, and Swiss Army knives, for two days. In this post I’ll be running you through everything we did in the two days we stayed in Geneva for, from visiting the world famous Water Jet (Jet d’eau) to learning about the history of Swiss watches and clocks.