ECCN European Conference on Clinical Neuroimaging - PARIS France 2020

How to get to Geneva?



HOW TO GET TO GENEVA

 
  • By plane: Geneva airport, located 4 kilometers from the city is easily reachable by public transport: train and bus; taxi or shuttle. The easiest way to get to the city centrer is to take the train to the central railway station in the city (Gare Cornavin). The trip is 6 minutes long and you can get a free ticket. More info and train timetable HERE.
 
  • By train: The main railway station is the Gare de Cornavin in the city centre from where you’ll find regular trains from ant to Basel, Berne, Zurich and other cities across Switzerland. There are direct EuroCity services from Milan, Verona and Venice (all using the Simplon Tunnel route under the Alps to reach Italy). The city has excellent connections to France with TGVs leaving the Gare de Cornavin for Lyon, Avignon, Marseille and Paris. The journey to the French capital takes little more than three hours.

    There are excellent connections from London to Geneva by train, usually routed via Paris, but occasionally via Lyon. Closer to hand, Geneva is a hub for regional rail routes with regular departures to Aix-les-Bains, Chambéry and Grenoble (all in France) as well as to Lausanne, Vevey and Montreux (all Swiss towns on the north shore of Lake Geneva).

 

HOW TO GET TO THE ECCN 2021


CONGRESS VENUE 

Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève
Auditoire Fred Bamatter
Pédiatrie HUG - Bâtiment/Building O - 2nd floor  
Avenue de la Roseraie 45
1205, Geneva  

 

From Gare de Cornavin:

  • Take the tram 18 (direction Lancy-Bachet-Gare) until the stop "Augustins", walk 500 metres to get to the "Pédiatrie HUG" entrance - 20 minutes trip in total.
 
  • Take the bus 7 from the stop "Mercier" (direction Aubépine) located at 450 metres distance from the Gare de Cornavin and drop off at "Pédiatre" stop - 25 minutes trip in total.


More info for public transport in Geneva: https://www.tpg.ch/fr


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