A little outside the historical centre, you go down to the Parc des bastions, where you can entertain yourself by watching the older gentlemen playing with their huge chess pieces.
In the same park is the so-called “wall of the reformers”, officially an International Monument of the Reform. Four of the great protagonists of the Reformation, Juan Calvino, Guillaume Farel, Théodore de Bèze and John Knox stand out from the stone in a giant bas-relief. Geneva’s motto, Post Tenebras Lux -After darkness, light- accompanies them. Another of those peculiar corners you have to see in Geneva and which have become its icons.