Built in 1227 under the order of the King of Sardinia, along the Arve, Carouge is a city that has kept intact this precious heritage that makes it a unique place to live.
Built in 1227 under the orders of the King of Sardinia, along the Arve, Carouge is a town that has kept intact this precious heritage that makes it a unique place to live. With cobbled streets, shops, bistros and clubs (the Chat Noir), its famous restaurants (Café du Marché and restaurant Au Vieux Carouge, among others), not to mention its Market Square and its famous fountains, which in summer are transformed into urban swimming pools, the Sardinian city has a Mediterranean charm that transports you on holiday in a flash. Of course, all school levels are represented, and the town has one of the best and most prestigious football clubs in the canton: Etoile Carouge FC. Geneva’s hub of all things chic (with numerous boutiques and the “Cinema Bio”), while also able to satisfy different and varied lifestyles, Carouge is one of the most popular addresses in the canton. Note also that the opening of the SBB station Carouge-Bachet is scheduled for 2019.