Getting around Geneva
Maps of the Canton, with itineraries and walking routes are available at Espace Ville de Genève.
Bus, tramway and mouettes (ferries)
Practical information (schedules, itineraries, passes, etc.) is available on :
- as well as on the smartphone app "TPG – Transports publics genevois"
Maps and other practical information on the transport network are available at the Transports publics genevois (TPG) counters :
- TPG agence Rive, rond-point de Rive, 1204 Genève
- TPG agence Gare Cornavin, place de Montbrillant, 1201 Genève
- TPG agence Bachet, route de la Chapelle 1, 1212 Grand Lancy
Geneva's network of cycling tracks covers the whole Canton.
The printed version of the map of Geneva cycle lanes can be obtained at "Espace Ville de Genève"
To be allowed to drive in Geneva, you will have to exchange your national driving licence for a Swiss driving licence within one year of your arrival in the territory.
To drive a car in Geneva, you do not have to own your vehicle. You can also join a car-sharing cooperative, or practice carpooling:
- Car-sharing possibilities (cooperative-owned vehicles and self-service system) : Mobility
- Carpooling possibilities : www.e-covoiturage.ch ou www.2em.ch
Getting around Switzerland
- A yearly toll sticker ("vignette") is mandatory to drive on Swiss motorways