Geneva on a Budget

Check our insider's tips for Geneva on a budget

Budget Flights

Among European cities, Geneva is one of the best connected by low-cost airlines. Altogether, there are more than a hundred direct daily flights landing in Geneva. It’s so easy to take a city break! Airlines that service Geneva Airport (Cointrin) include Easyjet, Brussels Airline, Darwin Airlines (now Etihad Regional) and Air Berlin. For a full list of airlines servicing Geneva, please click here.

Budget Accommodation

Free Public Transport

Guests of a hotel, a youth hostel or a Geneva campsite receive the Geneva Transport Card. This personal and non-transferable card will be given to you when you arrive at your accommodation. It permits unlimited travel on Geneva's public transport network (UNIRESO: bus (TPG), train (CFF) and boat (Mouettes Genevoises) for the full duration of your stay.

A 'City Pass' for a budget price

The Geneva Pass, your key to exploring the city! 1 pass. 41 activities. With the Geneva Pass, you'll discover everything the city has to offer and the best spots! For 24, 48 or 72 hours, the city is yours to explore, with its museums, cruises on the lake, Segway, rafting and more...over 40 attractions and activities that are free or discounted with your city card! More information click here.