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Shop, Dine, Experience Geneva

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Check out the sparkling shops and restaurants of Geneva, by experiencing them! Whether you are a foodie looking for a fresh taste or a maker looking for inspiration, this blog will highlight the many ways you can enjoy yourself here. Find out about the wonderful things you can taste and create at a variety of businesses. We’ll update you on exciting new food, merchandise, music and more. Whether you are a resident, business owner or visitor, we will keep you posted on Geneva’s dynamic business scene.

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Jan 25

City of Geneva Unveils Interactive Visitors Map

Posted on January 25, 2019 at 2:37 PM by Kevin Stahr

Love visiting and shopping in Geneva? There is a (mobile-friendly) map for that.

Whether you are tackling your holiday gift list or planning a night out in Geneva, with one click you can discover your options and be merrily on your way.

Explore Geneva, an interactive mobile map, makes it easy for visitors to explore places to eat and shop, locate services and find fun things to do.
 

Explore Geneva Map

Explore Geneva is a one stop resource for visitors and residents for convenient exploration of all of the City's unique places. The map also helps users find free public parking,
choose nearby restaurants and shops, and plan a fun Geneva experience. Helpful markers show the location of businesses with pictures, contact information and live links to websites/Facebook pages. The user can sort by the following categories: Eat, Shop, Play, Stay, and Live.

 Wonderful Life in Geneva

The Explore Geneva interactive mobile map is a new tool that will enhance the visitors experience by highlighting the bounty of restaurants, shops, and other businesses that make Geneva a premier destination. 
The map can be found at www.geneva.il.us/exploregenevamap

So as you plan your next visit to Geneva, we hope you use the map to hit all your favorite spots or to try a new locale along the way. It is a lovely time of year to experience Geneva. For more information or to make suggestions, please contact the Economic Development Department at (630) 938-4555 or email Business Development Analyst Jennifer Becker.