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Geneva Airport is the main international airport serving Geneva and a large part of south western Switzerland. Previously known Cointrin Airport, Geneva welcomes nearly 15 million passengers every year. And naturally, Europcar has outlets on hand to help with all your car hire needs, and all locations have access to Europcar's huge fleet of reliable, comfortable and safe vehicles, with models able to fit any size of party or budget. Choose from options like child seats, satellite navigation and extra driver cover, and enjoy helpful services like 3-step online booking and express pick-up, as well as daily, weekly, monthly, long and short term rental. As always, our expert and experienced customer service team is there to help get your journey out of Geneva Airport underway with the minimum of fuss.
Geneva Airport is located just three miles north west of Geneva city centre, the second most populous city in Switzerland. It's the main hub for Swiss International Air Lines, easyJet Switzerland and Etihad Regional. Geneva Airport hosts flights from all over Europe and the UK, the Middle East, Russia, North Africa, and the US, as well as domestic services. Its location is very close to the city centre which allows easy access and to Geneva and outbound road and rail links. Geneva Airport boasts one of the longest runways in Europe, at 12,795 feet, which is capable of taking any current size of aircraft.
The City of Geneva – Nestled on the shores of Europe's largest Alpine lake, Geneva is a banking and financial world centre filled with government offices, high-end hotels, luxury jewellers and, of course, chocolate boutiques. The archetypical cosmopolitan global city, Geneva is an expensive, classy, neat and clean urban area where French, German and English can often be heard from the same mouth, occasionally in the same sentence. Including attraction such as the 450 foot high Jet d'Eau pencil fountain; Cathédrale St-Pierre, which dates from the 11th century; and the UN headquarters of the Palais des Nations to list just a few, Geneva give a fresh and modern look at the old culture of Central Europe.
Chamonix and Mont Blanc – The Alpine countryside surrounding Geneva and Lac-Leman is among the best that Europe has to offer. In the shadow of Mont Blanc, at nearly 16,000 feet the highest peak in western Europe, through the Arve Valley in the village of Chamonix, take a cable car up to the Aiguille du Midi peak for astonishing views over the French, Swiss and Italian Alps before riding the winding cog railway to Montenvers and the Mer de Glace, Frances most famous Glacier. While Chamonix is often described as the iconic quaint Alpine village, it does provide all the facilities needed as a base to strike out into the surrounding region. The area is very popular with skiers, mountain bikers, mountain climbers, walkers and hikers.