A few days ago I went to ‘Pointe de la Jonction‘ in Geneva, which is the exact point where the Rhône and the Arve rivers merge together.
What’s special about it is that the waters of both rivers are different colors and they don’t mix right away. So for a little while the river is bicolor!
We decided to admire the scenery from the bridge, which is accessible if you follow the path that comes from the city through the trees. Once you reach an old building you just take the stairs up and the access to the bridge is right around the corner.
I will go back sometime for sure, so I can take the other path that goes to a platform right in the middle – where the waters merge.