Geneva Cornavin station Practical information

Opened in 1858, Cornavin train station was destroyed by fire in 1909 and then completely rebuilt based on a design by the architect Julien Flegenheimer. It has since been extended and renovated several times. In terms of daily traffic, Cornavin is Switzerland’s third-busiest railway station, after Zurich and Bern. We’ve prepared a list of everything you need to know before arriving at Geneva-Cornavin train station, including information about access, parking, lockers, etc.

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🚋 Do you prefer to use public transport?

Geneva’s extensive public transport network will help you get around the city. Download the station map with an overview of the transport options

💡 Our tip: To make it easier to get around, check the transport network both for the city (only in French) and canton Geneva.

🚗 Did you come by car?

If you have your car with you, we recommend the Place Cornavin car park.

To find out more about parking fees, spaces and opening times, check the car park website (only in French).

🚲 If you cycle, the station provides free bicycle parking as well as paid spaces in partnership with 'Vélostation' in an area not open to the public and protected from the elements.

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Would you prefer to visit Geneva without your luggage in tow?

You can leave it in the lockers at Geneva-Cornavin station. The cost depends on the size of the luggage and the duration of storage. Please see the SBB website for more information.

More information about the station

Address: Place de Cornavin 5

1201 Geneva

Phone:  +41 (0) 848 44 66 88 (SBB Contact Centre, open 24/7)

Information is provided without guarantee. Check the opening hours for Geneva Cornavin station on the SBB site.