Getting To Geneva
Geneva’s international airport is located in the NW of the city centre at a transfer time of only 15-20 minutes.
Geneva is extremely well connected.
EasyJet : EasyJet is a popular airline in Europe offering budget pricing. It is the best airline if you schedule your flight to Geneva far enough in advance. (read more)
Swiss : Swiss is Switzerland's national airline, flying to many European cities such as London, Barcelona, Dublin, Vienna etc… ( read more)
Many other airlines also provide direct flights to Geneva : Air France, British Airlines, KLM, Norwegian, etc…
For further information about Geneva Airport network, click here.
If you land at Zürich Airport, to reach Geneva you can either take the train (duration: 3 hours) or book a local flight (duration : 45 min).
N.B : To reach your hotel, you can pick up a free ticket from the automatic distributor in the baggage claim area (arrival level). It is valid for 80 minutes and is available to arriving passengers only.
Switzerland’s train network is of excellent standard. Thanks to its central location, Geneva is easily accessible by train, e.g. Zurich (2h40min), Paris (3h30min) or Milan (3h50min). Cornavin is the central station in the heart of the city with a non-stop connection to Geneva airport (8min).
Switzerland's national rail system keeps Geneva connected to the rest of Switzerland, as well as the rest of Europe. It is likely if you take a train from any other part of Switzerland to Geneva it will be SBB-CFF.
Thanks to the efficient road network throughout Switzerland and Europe, it is easy to get to Geneva by car.
Note that a tax sticker, “vignette”, is compulsory to drive on highways and semi-highways. Valid for 1 year at CHF 40.– (on sale at post offices, garages and customs posts). (read more)