At once urban, relaxed and surrounded by greenery, Chêne-Bougeries is a peripheral municipality of the canton, copmrising the districts of Conches, Grange-Canal and Gradelle.
As part of the Trois-Chênes area, it is crossed by tram 12 (the oldest line of Europe, at over 100 years old) which takes you to the heart of Geneva in a few minutes, and just as quickly to Gaillard. It will soon be traversed by the CEVA, a project linking the rail networks of the Canton of Geneva and Haute-Savoie. Chêne-Bougeries is an opportunity to enjoy nature in town, thanks to its tree-lined walks along the Seymaz (Arve health trail) and its Floraire and Stagni parks. It is also about restaurants with a convivial cuisine, with the Gruyèrien reputed to offer the best fondue in Geneva, as well as the presence of the Grangettes Clinic and the Moser International School.