Cities served by TGV Lyria trains: Geneva

Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland in terms of population, with almost 200,000 inhabitants. Located to the extreme west of the country, it shares a hundred kilometres of the border with France.

The water jet, Lake Geneva, St Peter's Cathedral and the Flower Clock are all must-see attractions.

TGV Lyria journeys from France to Geneva 

Several French cities are linked by  TGV Lyria with a direct line to Geneva. Your TGV Lyria arrives at Geneva Cornavin station in the heart of the city. 

Paris <> Geneva

TGV Lyria offers up to 8 services a day between Paris and Geneva! You depart from Gare de Lyon in Paris and the journey takes 2 hours and 58 minutes. TGV Lyria stops in Bellegarde, Bourg-en-Bresse and Nurieux, depending on the timetable.

Marseille <> Geneva

There is one return service per day with TGV Lyria, all year round, with an extra return service in spring and summer, linking Marseille to Geneva in three and half hours. This TGV Lyria also calls at Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Valence and Lyon. 

Nice <> Geneva

The TGV Lyria from Nice to Geneva takes 6 hours and 19 minutes, with one daily return service. This TGV Lyria also stops in Antibes, Cannes, Saint-Raphaël, Toulon, Lyon and Bellegarde. This is the ideal line for exploring the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region at your own pace during an extended break!

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