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Getting to Geneva


Located in the centre of Europe, just a stone’s throw away from all of Europe’s major cities, Geneva couldn’t be easier to access! Fly into the international airport from all over Europe and take the train into downtown Geneva, the La Tour Genève Triathlon village is easy to access and perfectly located with a host of different accommodation options nearby.

Getting to Geneva
The Triathlon Village will be located on the Plage des Eaux-Vives, Quai Gustave Ador in Geneva from July 6 to 7, 2024.
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Several options are available to you to get there:

A bike park at the entrance of the village will be available, and you will also have access to the city's VéloPartage bikes.

Geneva is very well served by public transport thanks to the Transport Public Genevois (tpg). The Merle-Aubigné (lines E and G) and Vollandes (lines 2 and 6) stops are located near the vil- lage.

To cross Geneva by boat, you have the option of taking the M2 Mouettes at the Pâquis stop and getting off directly at Eaux-Vives.

Geneva Cornavin station is located two kilometers from the Triathlon Village and is served by numerous trains, including the Léman Express. It is accessible by bus 6 in 20 minutes. There is also the Eaux-Vives station accessible by the Léman Express, locat

Geneva is accessible by car and numerous parking options are available around the Triathlon Village, but traffic disruptions are expected due to the event. Plan your travel accordingly.