A safe landing in the Geneva Airport brings you closer to your destination to Annency. Pick your mode of transportation and enjoy the 30 miles of beautiful scenery as you venture on.
To journey on by train – follow the sign CFF train station located on the same floor as the main arrival terminal. Every hour trains leave the Corntrin station to the Geneva Center. Travel time will be about 3 hours and the cost of a ticket is 20 €, which is best in Swiss Francs. It’s probably not the best choice for those traveling with children, several bags of luggage, or arriving at night. But on the other hand, if you are traveling light with time to spare you can stop in Cornavin to visit the Geneva Center before continuing on to Annency.
Choose a bus and get onboard with “Frossard” company. They offer regular services, running every hour to take you to Annency. There is no formal border crossing so you will be able to keep your passport safely in your case. The ticket will cost 10€ one way and travel time will be about 2 hours. The bus terminal in Annency is within a short walk of many major hotels.
Using a taxi is the most flexible and fastest way to continue your travels to Annency. But a taxi will be expensive and Swiss taxis are double in price compared to French ones. To save some waiting time and enable you to follow taxi regulations; book your French taxi in advance. The cost will be between 90€ and 140€ for a taxi from Geneva airport to Annency.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about transportation in Annency.
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