The Geneva Lux festival of lights, organised by the city’s Department of Urban Environment and Security, returns from 24 January to 2 February 2020 to transform its boulevards, boats, churches, hotel facades and parks into vibrant artworks for visitors and residents alike.
When it comes to celebrating the season of lights in style, the City of Geneva doesn’t let any other city outshine its sparkle. This year for the Geneva Lux Festival 2018 it’s increasing the number of inspiring electical installations to an impressive 25, six more than last year.
Never one to rest on its laurels when it comes to celebrating Christmas in style, the City of Geneva has added 11 new light installations to the already impressive seven that comprised the Geneva Lux Festival in 2015.
Due to unanticipated, and to me at least, deeply disturbing events in our world this past year, I’m really craving some comfort and joy this Christmas time. Happily, there’s plenty on offer at Christmas markets across Switzerland this November-December, including some very special ones right on our doorstep in the Lake Geneva region. Here are a few of my highlights for you to consider, all of them within easy distance by car or public transport.
It’s fair to say that many blogs are more than a little obsessed with what’s “now” or the next big thing coming our way. That’s fine with me and I’m already embracing the promise of the new year. Before I entirely say goodbye to the last one, however, I’d like to share some festive images of Christmas decorations and markets in Geneva, Coppet and Mont-sur-Rolle that left a lasting impression on me in the final month of 2015. I hope you enjoy them… All photos by Creative Living Geneva. Top photo is of Place du Molard, Geneva. Follow my blog with Bloglovin