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Trains to Geneva

Geneva is a major Swiss rail hub, connecting services from France and Italy, and offering excellent connections to cities like Zurich and Bern. As such, trains to Geneva are an excellent way to reach the lakeside city. Whether travelers journey from Milan, Paris, or Barcelona, trains will get them to Geneva quickly and efficiently.

Which is the main train station in Geneva?

Most trains to Geneva will arrive at the city's Cornavin train station. Cornavin hosts a French border post, so arrivals from France will need to pass through passport control upon arrival. Cornavin is located in the northwestern part of the city, and isn't far from the historic center. Buses run into town, local trains run to Lausanne, while airport trains also head to Geneva Airport, and take just 8 minutes.

Which train companies offer trains to Geneva?

Most cheap trains to Geneva from France are operated by TGV Lyria, while indirect services may be available with SNCF and InOui. Trains from Zurich are provided by SBB, while DB will usually be involved in journeys from German cities like Munich or Frankfurt-am-Main.

Why travel by train to Geneva?

Taking the train to Geneva is a great choice. On one hand, trains connect Geneva to numerous arrival points for flights across the Atlantic. Travelers can easily head directly from Paris-CDG, and reach Geneva in a few hours. Many routes from Swiss and French cities are achingly picturesque, which you won't get with regional flights, while TGV and SBB services are fast, comfortable, and efficient. They can also be surprisingly affordable, with cheap trains to Geneva regularly undercutting similar flights.

Before you travel to Geneva by train - good to know!

TPG provides a range of excellent public transport options, including trams, buses, and even water taxis across Lake Geneva. So most travelers will find that getting around isn't hard. Visitors can purchase day tickets which can be made via smartphone, making the whole process much easier. When transport is sorted out, Geneva has a lot to offer. Must-sees include the iconic 150 meter water jet, the 1000 year old Cathedral of Saint-Pierre, and the Palace of Nations - one of the most important diplomatic sites in the world. Away from the beaten track, the Pointe de la Jonction offers wonderful views and a great place to relax, while the wine bars of Carouge are fine places to round off anyone's day.


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