- Practical Geneva
- Discover Geneva
- Driving in Switzerland
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- The Swiss Labour Law and Swiss employment contract
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Driving in Switzerland
Persons benefiting from judicial immunity on Swiss territory; VIP’s, diplomats and the personnel of missions, but not drivers, do not need to change their driving licence, even after a year, as long as the licence is still valid. More...
Bus - Cars
PostBus: excursions in Switzerland
As Switzerland's leading bus company, PostBus offers its customers a wide range of services and solutions. Find out everything you need to know about their public scheduled routes, special transport and extra trips.
TPG: Transports Public Genevois
(Geneva Public Transport)
The bus route network of the canton of Geneva is very well organized.
Use the system maps, route maps and bus stop maps on the TPG website
Night Stop Service
Noctambus Service Fridays and Saturdays evenings between midnight and 4 pm
Railway Stations - Swiss Rail: CFF
Cornavin Station & Geneva-Cointrin airport railway Station
The main Station of Geneva - Cornavin Station - is attached to the Swiss and French railway networks. It also serves the Geneva Cointrin airport: www.cff.ch
The CFF offer also other services:
Eaux-Vives Station is located in the Eaux-Vives district. This station provides transit service to the French cities Evian, Annecy, Chamonix, etc…More...French railway TER (trains by region)
Geneva gets several landing stages: a shuttle service named Mouettes Genevoises provides several opportunities for crossing the "small" lake from one bank to the other one with a bus ticket.
Compagnie Générale de Navigation (CGN)
(General Company of Navigation)
Enjoy one of the several cruises on the Léman lake. More...on the website of the "Compagnie Générale de Navigation" CGN: www.cgn.ch.
Switzerland has 3 international airports:
The Geneva International Airport proposes a network of a hundred or so destinations spread right across the globe. A great advantage is the airport's proximitiy to the city centre: 5 kim (3 miles). A direct railway connection links the airport to the downtown railway station in 7 minutes.
Plans piétons - Geneva at walking
Walking around Geneva: It's practical, pleasant, free - and good for you!
And you can discover Geneva on foot the first Sundays of the month from May to October: Les dimanches à pied.
The City and the State of Geneva encourage cycling as a daily means of transport: With 78 km of mixed-use pathways criss-crossing the region, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the city and nature on two wheels.
Learn more... Info vélos (in French only)
Free bike loan and bike rentals
Carte vélo de Genève ville et canton (in French only)
You can also discover cycling every first Saturdays of the month from April to September: Les samedis du vélo.
022 33 141 33
022 3 202 202
022 731 41 41
Transfer from the airport
More...on the Geneva Tourismweb site
Geneva taxi drivers and client constraints
click on the image (in French only)
You are mobile without owning your own car
Round-the-clock and with self-service
Website Infomobilité gives in real time information about mobility in Geneva