We went to take a guided tour and were amazed. It’s impressive and breathtaking. Even though everyone knows what the UNO is, the details about what it means for the world as such were very enlightening.
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We toured the UN during our two day stay in Geneva and found it a fascinating site bringing together nations and people from all over the planet. So much history and impact on world affairs that we take for granted back home watching things unravel...More
We were delighted that the World Family Summit was held at UN Geneva. The first day we were standing outside in the rain waiting a long time to enter. You have to allow time for all the formalities if you don't have a badge. The...More
While in Geneva on business I had the opportunity to quickly stop at the UN and glad I did. I didn't have time to take the tour, but was very neat to experience this monumental landmark.
We went on an afternoon 2PM tour (English) and found the tour to be just okay. It had some info that wasn't ground breaking and I thought that our guide could have added more information; it felt like a high school tour. Pretty boring. Not...More
We headed to find a tram to take us to the United Nations Building to see if we could manage to get on one of their guided tours. These tours are ran through the working week and as it was Friday this was our only...More