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Getting around

from Annemasse

A destination in motion

Tram, Léman Express, Greenway cycle route, Tango bus: there’s always a new way to get around the area!

Find out about the various modes of transport to easily get around Haute-Savoie and Switzerland!

A getaway on

THE LEMAN EXPRESS

With 230km of lines and 45 stations served, travelling with the Léman Express is easy!

The Léman Express runs from 05:00 to 00:30 on weekdays and 24 hours a day on weekends.
There is a train every 10 minutes between Annemasse and Geneva during the day. There is a train every 30 minutes to Evian-les-Bains and La Roche-sur-Foron during rush hour. And there’s one train per hour to Saint-Gervais and Annecy.

The Léman Express mainly runs through Grand Genève and Haute-Savoie.

From Annemasse station you can get to Cornavin Station in Geneva in just 22 minutes!

Would you like to explore the various resorts in Haute-Savoie? To enjoy the cultural life in Geneva? From Annemasse this is easy! Don’t hesitate to plan your holiday in the Monts de Genève, to be able to get around the local area easily and visit Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, Evian-les-Bains, Annecy, and so many other places!

Buy your ticket from the machine at Annemasse station before getting on the train.

Mobile in every sense of the word

THE TAC NETWORK

The TAC network is made up of 9 bus lines (including 2 lines on Sundays) so you can get around the Annemasse urban community from 4:30am to 11:30pm in the week and until 11:15pm at the weekend.

From the Swiss border to Annemasse town centre

THE TRAM 17

From Montessuit Park in Annemasse, there is now a new mode of transport!

The tram 17 line from the Genevois public transport network will take you to Geneva from Annemasse town centre in 25 minutes, and there’s a tram every 9 minutes during rush hour.

Ticket: €4.30 one way (Geneva + Annemasse urban community zone). Buy your ticket from the ticket machine on the platform before getting on the tram.

Visit Annemasse

by public transport, it’s possible!

Opt for simplicity and find all Annemasse’s sights accessible by bus.

Getting around on foot or by bike

on foot or by bike

 

The greenway to

to get around in a different way

A path reserved for soft mobility, to get around in complete safety!

The Grand Genève Greenway is a great way to explore the region on foot, by bike, in a wheelchair, skateboard, on rollerblades, scooter, or with a pram, and it runs between Bonne and Saint-Genis-Pouilly, via Geneva. In the Annemasse region, there is a 12-km path between Bonne and the Swiss border!

  

Get around

the Monts de Genève by bike!

Whether it’s just for your day-to-day journeys or to explore the area while you’re on holiday, take a look at the routes in the Monts de Genève that are suitable for bikes or MTB.
Map of cycle routes, list of places you can hire bikes or get them repaired, and establishments that are adapted to tourists coming by bike.

Make your life easier with the ultimate cyclist’s toolbox!

Walk the Monts de Genève

on foot

Whether you’re looking for a peaceful family stroll or a more challenging mountain hike, you’ll find what you need here. We also have lake-view hiking routes for those looking to admire the region’s crystal-clear waters, as well as mountain routes for those seeking challenges and breathtaking panoramas!

Car

parks and P+R

P+R Park-and-Ride Facilities

Jean Monnet & Altéa

Number of spaces: 250 spaces each
Located at the two termini of the “Tango” High Service Level Bus, the free Jean Monnet and Altéa park-and-ride lots allow you to quickly and serenely reach downtown Annemasse.

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