HOW TO COME TO GENEVA
Located in the centre of Europe, Geneva is easily accessible by air and train from all major European cities, and there are interesting low-budget connections from several of them. The international airport is only 15 minutes from downtown. Public transportation from Geneva airport to downtown is offered free of charge (tickets available in the baggage claim area).
GETTING AROUND IN GENEVA
Geneva’s centre is small enough to walk around. For the suburbs you will need to take a tram or bus. Daily passes are provided free of charge to Geneva hotel guests, courtesy of the Geneva Tourist Board.
Free Public Transportation in Geneva!
Geneva Free Public Transport Card
By staying in a hotel, youth hostel or at a campsite, you are entitled to receive a personal and non-transferable Geneva Transport Card for free, which will allow you to use the whole public transportation system of Geneva for the length of your stay for free. This includes buses, trams, trains, and yellow taxi-boats - Mouettes. Just ask for it upon arrival at the reception of your hotel.
Free ticket at the airport
To get from the Geneva Airport to your place of stay in Geneva city centre, use the “Free 80 minute ticket” given freely to any passenger at the airport.
Check out the transport section, which is a collection of many useful resources regarding transportation when visiting Geneva.
It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health and accident insurance before they depart from their countries. ISoP2018 and MCI as organizers cannot accept responsibility for personal injuries, or loss of, or damage to, private property belonging to the congress participants.