Geneva International Airport
Straddling the border with France, Switzerland's second busiest airport flies 13 million passengers a year from its single terminal. Geneva International Airport is 4 km (2.5 miles) north-west of the city centre, a six-minute trip by train.
Geneva International Airport has more than 60 shops offering travel essentials such as books and magazines, pharmaceutical items, sweets and drinks. Duty-free outlets and most jewellery shops are in the transit area. Check out the special offers on duty-free wine and spirits, perfumes, cosmetics, Swiss chocolates and accessories. There's a wide choice of fashion boutiques in the railway station shopping mall and Departures level, including Ralph Lauren, Hermés and Tie Rack.
Swisscom WiFi high-speed wireless internet access is available throughout the terminal. Hotspot cards can be purchased by credit card.
East & Drink
Cafés are scattered throughout the Arrivals and Departures areas, but options post-security are limited. The restaurant area on Level 3 of the terminal offers superb views of the runway and has a wide selection of gastronomic treats for passengers. There's another selection of food outlets in the train station mall, as well as a handy supermarket and wine shop. Traditional cuisine is also on offer at the child-friendly Swiss Chalet in Arrivals and Swiss Sandwich Bar in T1+.