In Switzerland one can travel by train (www.cff.ch, swisspass.ch), ferry (cgn.ch), bus (www.gare-routiere.com, www.flixbus.ru) or air.
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Switzerland is famous for its comfortable and safe trains, thus from this heart of Europe one can by train practically in no time get to any location in Switzerland, Germany, France or Italy.
To enjoy all the advantages available to a Swiss resident one should acquire the SwissPass and buy Demi Tarif.
These will give you the right to travel all over Switzerland by train at a 50% discount (except cableways and a private entity’s services). Also you will enjoy special prices for public transport and the Cartes journalières (Day Pass), which will grant you the right to unlimited travel all over Switzerland for a day.
Geneva Cointrin air terminal has 2 exits: to Switzerland and to France; in fact, Switzerland rents its runway from France whose land it lies on. Flights from Geneva or another Swiss airport are also carried out by Easy Jet, at the price starting from CHF 20.
From the airport one can easily get to the city center by bus or trolley, or by any of the outgoing trains (all of them stop in Geneva.) In the luggage claim area, there are special machines issuing free train (to Geneva Cornavin station only), bus or trolley tickets valid for 80 minutes.
Even a non-business-class passenger may, at least a day prior to departure, buy a «Priority Lane» service for CHF 10 thus saving oneself the trouble of waiting in the customs control line. On the same site, one can also book and pay for a cut-price parking and business lounge access.