Switzerland // Lake Geneva //


Ten minutes south of the centre of Geneva by tram #12, #13 or #14, Carouge was built by the king of Sardinia in the 1750s as a separate town for Catholics and Jews. Its low Italianate houses and leafy streets now house fashion designers and small galleries, and the area’s reputation as an outpost of tolerance and hedonism lives on in its numerous cafés and music bars.

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