Practical information

Here is a selection of useful information to make your trip to and stay in Geneva as easy and enjoyable as possible.


How to get there

There are many "roads" to Geneva. You have direct and cheap flight connections from around the world and excellent public transport in Switzerland.
Flights: Geneva international airport offers connections from/to major European cities and the rest of the world.
Trains: You reach Geneva’s main railway station easily from most European cities. The Swiss Railway network reaches every corner of Switzerland. Check out the Swiss railway website.

Staying overnight

We have reserved for you various hotel categories, on a first come first served basis. Please mention ECSA2018 to get special prices.
Geneva public transport is included when booking a room.

Name Website Single* Double* 3-beds* 5-beds*
Hotel Central 2*   135.- 155.- 175.- 175.-
Hotel Ramada Encore Genève 3*
 from 135.-  from 183.-  N/A  N/A

Hotel Drake Longchamp 3*

(please fill in attached document)  from 188.- from 245.-  N/A  N/A
Ibis Genève Centre-Gare 3*  from 180.- from 200.-  N/A  N/A
Hotel Comédie 3*  from 160.- from 230.-  N/A  N/A
Ibis Genève Centre Nations 3*  from 180.- from 200.-  N/A  N/A
Novotel Genève Centre 4*  from 180.- from 200.-  N/A  N/A

 Prices are per night in Swiss Francs.

There are lots of affordable hotels and sleeping opportunities in Geneva. Underneath are a few options:

Other hotels

Please note that June is a turism season, don't wait too long before proceeding with your booking!

What to do in Geneva?

There are many reasons to visit the Second International ECSA Conference in Geneva! The beautiful city of Geneva is not only the capital of peace with being home of the Red Cross but also a place of international politics with the second largest United Nations Office. With CERN being one of the top places for exploring our universe and home of many international scientists, it has also some fame in research. Also when it comes to aesthetics and pleasure Geneva is top: being famous for its fine watchmaking and chocolate. Most public museums are free of charge. Ah, yes, of course, not to speak of the lake and the mountains. Find more advice on Geneva visitors website.

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