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Enjoy the best of Switzerland and France by staying in the charming suburban town of Ferney-Voltaire. Walk the same streets as Voltaire and see a great world city, or explore the Alps at your leisure. Venere has formed partnerships with the town's best hotels, from luxury accommodation options to more modest places and family friendly establishments. Each one has its own listing, where you can find location maps, photographs and reviews by travellers just like you. All of the facilities offered by Ferney-Voltaire hotels are also listed. If you need wheelchair access, bike hire or wifi connectivity, Venere can match you up with precisely the right place to sleep in Ferney-Voltaire. We can also help you to secure bargains if you book early with our partners.

What's Ferney-Voltaire Like?

Although it is technically in the Ain department of eastern France, Ferney-Voltaire is actually a suburb of the Swiss city of Geneva, making it an unusual tourist destination. The town is most famous for being the long term home of the writer and thinker Voltaire, one of the leaders of the 18th century Enlightenment. You can visit his chateau in the center of town. The city of Geneva is right next door and has plenty of attractions of its own. See the Cathedral of St Pierre, the Jet d'Eau water sculpture, the rows of watchmaker's shops and the United Nations' European headquarters. Head out boating on Lake Geneva and visit fantastic museums like the Museum of the Red Cross, the International Museum of the Reformation or the Patek Philippe Museum. You can even attend open days at CERN - the world famous physics research facility. The ski resorts and hiking trails of the Alps are never far away from Ferney-Voltaire hotels either.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ferney-Voltaire

The people of Ferney-Voltaire and Geneva are remarkably friendly and cosmopolitan. After all, Geneva is home to people from all over the world as the home of the Red Cross and a center of the United Nations. One of the best ways to get to know the locals is by attending the vibrant town market. Held every Saturday, this is the place to stock up on fresh produce and souvenirs, or to chat with the friendly stall holders. Geneva is also a very cycle friendly city, and in the Summer months you can actually rent bikes for free from the Genève Roule' Association, so there is no better way to see the sights. The locals also love to party, so head to festivals like Antigel, with its lively roller skating parties or the family friendly Winter Festival (in February) to meet local people and have a great time. Whenever you go expect a warm welcome with Venere.