Geneva is a city on the north side of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. There are many vineyards along the Seneca Lake wine trail which passes through Geneva. Known as the `Lake Trout Capital of the World`, Geneva holds a Lake Trout Derby festival each May. Sitting on the shore of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region, Geneva is a charming small-town getaway with a rich farming history. Many of the top attractions here have their roots in the area's agricultural heritage; the area's many wineries and breweries tend to grow their own products or source it locally, and there's a seemingly endless selection of restaurant serving delicious seasonally inspired cuisine.