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Tourism in Geneva 1,000 free nights in the finest hotels contest

Tourism in Geneva 1,000 free nights in the finest hotels contest
Geneva Tourism is offering the chance to win 1,000 nights in the city's best hotels. This is a unique opportunity to discover the heart of the watchmaking industry with the Geneva Watch Tour.

Awarded as the “Best Leading City Break Destination in Europe” by the World Travel Awards for the past two years, Geneva is unveiling a groundbreaking campaign aimed at showcasing its beautiful city to thousands of leisure travelers this summer.

At the heart of the campaign, Geneva and its partners have teamed up to promote the city by offering a unique and unprecedented offer of “1,000 free nights in the finest hotels” this summer as winning prizes to lucky contest winners.

By simply registering online at, one thousand lucky entrants will have a chance to win a complimentary Bed & Breakfast overnight stay for two at one of the city’s top 3*, 4* or 5* hotels. In addition, each entry also includes another chance to win complimentary return flights to Geneva. To enter, participants simply need to share the competition link on social media with the hashtag #InvitedByGeneva to automatically enter into the flight draw.

With its spectacular location on the banks of Lake Geneva and close proximity to the Alps, Geneva offers some of Switzerland’s most impressive scenic views. The city is known for its artisanal chocolate shops, exquisite food scene and for its luxury watches.

Intrinsically linked to watchmaking since the world’s first watchmakers’ corporation born in 1601, Geneva has become home to the greatest concentration on the planet of of mono-brand and multi-brand boutiques per square kilomterm quit apart from the cultural institutions that give visibility to the art of measuring time. The Geneva Watch Tour, a pedestrian route, now provides the opportunity to admire them all by visiting the most iconc areas in the city, following in the footsteps of Swiss watchmaking history.

The Geneva Watch Tour is available in four languages (English, Chinese, Russian and French) and two versions – notably on-line and in pocket card format: cultural and historic, and shopping. The Geneva Watch Tour map is also available from the Geneva Tourist Office as part of its collection entitled Geneva Amazing Experiences, in hotels and some boutiques.