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Once you ar­rive at the Geneva In­ter­na­tional Air­port, you can find a trans­port ticket ma­chine that will give you a ticket to the main train sta­tion at no cost in the bag­gage claims area. At the train sta­tion, you can ei­ther con­tinue by bus or tram to your ho­tel,

or sim­ply take a taxi.

One of the good things about stay­ing in a ho­tel in Geneva is that you re­ceive

a very handy Geneva

Trans­port Card. This card al­lows you use buses, boats, trains and trams within Zone 10 for free. If your ho­tel does not give it to you upon check-in, make sure to in­quire with them.

As part of the trans­port sys­tem, Geneva has pub­lic boats (Mou­ettes) that cross Lac Lé­man. Your Trans­port Card is valid on

these boats.

mou­ettes­genevoises.ch

If you have a valid Swiss Travel Pass, it can be used for the day trip to Lavaux, and then to go be­tween var­i­ous vil­lages. It can be pur­chased through the Switzerland Tourism

web site.

gen­eve.com The Geneva Pass (avail­able for 24, 48 or 72 hours) will give free en­try (or dis­counted rates) for at­trac­tions, mu­se­ums and tons of tours (in­clud­ing a walk­ing tour of Carouge). It can be pur­chased through the Geneva Tourism web

site. gen­eve.com

The tourist in­for­ma­tion cen­ter can be found at Rue

du Mont-Blanc 18

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