The clean and green city of Switzerland, Geneva is the “most compact metropolis in the world” with 25 seats of international organizations. The stunning beauty of the city attracts thousands of visitors every year, and we make numerous passengers journey comfortable. Search and book the perfect train keeping your tour plan in mind. Pay online and reserve your seat today to avoid the hassle of train ticket booking at railway station.
Hop the train from London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord in the heart of Paris. There are several options available for you – first train departs Mon to Fri 05:40, on Sat 06:18 and on Sun 08:19. The Eurostar train would take to from Gare du Nord to Gare de Lyon. Here, you can change the train from the same station. It is only two stops from Gare de Nord to Gare de Lyon and takes a little over ten minutes. Catch TGV train from here that departs on timings – 11:10, 13:10, 15:04, 18:10, 19:08 and 20:10 to reach Genève Cornavin.
Frequent trains are available from London to Geneva, about 18 trains are running from Monday to Thursday, 20 trains on Friday, 22 on Saturday and 17 on Sunday. So you no need to be worried about the seats, but yes, for the best option done wait so long, as you decide to visit Geneva, book your seat at the same day. Choose any of the best service provider including Eurostar, TGV and more.
Geneva nestled in the west of Switzerland surrounded by French territory. The city located beside the assuasive waters of Lake Geneva. It offers several gateways to the Alps with a backdrop of mountains. One of the most green and clean city is renowned for its exceptional quality of life. When you enter in the city, the harbour in the bay of Geneva would surely grab your eyes.
One of the most popular and emblematic fountain is loved by many of visitors. It shoots 372 meters into the air, with a jet of water, from the surface of the lake. The harbour is vibrant sight with the bobbing yachts multicoloured sails and its flowering neatly planted gardens. Celebrate life among the major events in Switzerland. During the Geneva festival, the harbour hosts trade, craft and food stands as well as about 120 concerts in the city for the occasion.
The international city is home to world’s major institutions including the Palais Wilson (former HQ of the League of Nations, the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees), the Palais des Nations (HQ of the United Nations), and HQ of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights). The peaceful city is also home of the international organisation the Red Cross.
Visit the Philippe Patek Museum in Geneva that displays beautiful models of watches for which Switzerland is of course popular across the world. See the noteworthy collection of glass and ceramics at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMCO). Do not miss the chance to visit the Antique Transport Fair that has a collection of all kinds of cars, motorcycles, aircrafts and boats.