The traveller’s guide in Geneva

In this guide, SPI provides you with all the tips you need to travel to Geneva with complete peace of mind.

Geneva Airport, a global platform

Geneva airport has incredible statistics for an airport in a small country (Switzerland 8.42 million (2017)):

  • 1,077 employees
  • 98,270 tonnes of freight
  • 17’7 million passengers
  • 57 scheduled airlines
  • 148 destinations
  • CHF 490,2 million in sales

To get around Geneva

Geneva is a very well served city with its buses and trams. A 60-minute ticket costs about 3 CHF or about 2€60. With the tram and buses, you can cross the city without any problem for more information, you can go to the TPG website: the website is available in English and French.

For those who want more freedom, Uber has been available in Geneva since 2018. The races are a little higher than the prices in the rest of Europe.

And finally to avoid any waiting or difficulties, you can contact SPI for its VIP reception service. A private driver picks you up at Geneva airport, takes care of your luggage and check-in. Then he will take you on a tour of privileged places that only experienced Geneva residents know.

Things to see in Geneva

No doubt, it is the monument to visit for all tourists. Whether you are passing through or on site for a long stay, SPI recommends that you visit the water jet. Originally, it was used to relieve pressure with its 150 meters high. Since the early 1990s, it has become an essential attraction.

Once the air is fresh from the water jet, we recommend that you go to the old town. You will find many green spaces such as the English garden and the botanical garden, small and very unusual shops as well as sumptuous art galleries.

And finally for fashion enthusiasts, you can’t avoid the famous rue du rhône with all its luxury boutiques.

Things to do in Geneva

A walk along the shores of Lake Geneva is perfect for enjoying the city, or a boat trip to contemplate the city from afar.

Geneva allocates a large part of its budget to culture. That is why it has many museums such as the Martin-Bodmer Museum, the Patek Philippe Museum, the International Museum of the Reformation, and the Red Cross Museum.

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To simplify your life

SPI, Swiss Private International works with many local and international service providers to ensure the safety of your travellers from their homes, to the airport, to their hotels and to their meetings or appointments on time. Book the VIP Meet & Greet service at least 24 hours before the arrival or departure of your flight.

Forget the stress and constraints of your trip. We take care of everything. All you have to do is relax and enjoy the city of Geneva.