To get to the Meyrin Site, you can:
From the Meyrin Site, free shuttle buses will take you to all the other visit sites.
Geneva’s public transport company, the Transports Publics Genevois, is our primary partner for this event!
Thanks to this partnership, you will be able to benefit from a special offer of a free ticket for travel within the UNIRESO Zone 10 “Tout Genève” (the whole of the Canton of Geneva and the line Y, in France, included.) on the Open Days, 28 or 29 September 2013!
With this offer, you are entitled to one free return ticket during the two Open Days. It is essential to complete the ticket, print it out, and carry it with you when you are travelling.
- Line 57 (Aéroport) stops 7 minutes’ walk away from the P49 car park – near to Palexpo. The TPG shuttle bus will then take you to the Meyrin Site. Shuttle buses depart every 15 minutes.
- Line Y will operate with increased frequency on the weekend of 28 and 29 September 2013, with a bus every 15 minutes.
- Line 18: CERN terminus. There will be twice as many trams running on line 18 on both days. Planned frequency: every 6 minutes.
Avoid traffic jams and take a comfortable and stress-free route to the Meyrin Site. When you arrive at Cornavin station, just take tram 18 to the CERN terminus: departures every 9 minutes. The tram will take you straight to the Meyrin Site, where many activities await you!
It is strongly recommended that you use public transport and the shuttle service provided to come on CERN sites.
However, if you want to come by car, you can park in the specially designated car parks and then take the shuttle bus to the Meyrin Site. Then, from the Meyrin Site, free shuttle buses will take you to all the other visit sites.
- If you are intending to use a Swiss motorway, don’t forget to buy a sticker at the border crossing – cost: 40 CHF.
- If you travel through the Mont Blanc (http://www.atmb.com/fr/ ) and Grand Saint-Bernard (http://www.letunnel.com/homepage.asp?l=2) tunnels, a return ticket will cost you less.
- You might wish to consider car-sharing, a good way to share travel costs and to make a gesture for the environment. Car-sharing platforms can be accessed at www.e-covoiturage.ch and http://www.covoiturage.fr