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Edinburgh Geneva from £65

Travelling directly from Edinburgh to Geneva will take roughly 2 hours. There are several airline options available, and depending upon which you choose, you will either travel directly or transfer from Brussels or Frankfurt. easyJet offer the only direct flight from Edinburgh, while other airlines offer cheap flights including transfers, such as Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, British Airways, and KLM. You can compare the various prices using our online price comparison tool in order to arrange the most convenient travel times for your trip with the above mentioned airlines. Upon arrival at Geneva International Airport, it will take less than 20 minutes to reach the city centre. The airport has quick access to a rail and bus network, and a free 80 minute public travel card is available from baggage collection.

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    Edinburgh - Geneva

    Easyjet
    23/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 02h10
    Easyjet
    01/01/2018 Direct flight Duration 02h15
    from £65.21
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    Edinburgh - Geneva

    British Airways
    23/12/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 26h05
    British Airways
    01/01/2018 1 stop(s) Duration 07h20
    from £169.53

Cheap Edinburgh - Geneva Flights

To travel between Edinburgh and Geneva at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for Edinburgh - Geneva flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest Edinburgh - Geneva flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Geneva 1 Float Spa Geneva

When not enjoying the historical sites of the city or visiting the ski resorts, the Float Spa near the city centre is the ideal place to unwind and get pampered while in Switzerland, whether you are looking for a massage, a Dead Sea salt scrub, or to just simply relax in a steam room.

2 Musée des Arts d'Extrême-Orient

The museum contains a niche collection of Asian artwork, with a particular focus around contemporary Chinese and Japanese works. The museum is a little less mainstream than most art institutes, so will no doubt appeal to those with a genuine interest in Asian culture.

3 Patek Philippe Museum

Located just outside of the Plainpalais public park, the Patek Philippe Museum specialises in antique watches and is definitely one of the more niche attractions in Geneva, with a particular focus around the art and design aspect of the watches.

4 CERN

The world's most famous research centre, and the home of many recent discoveries, is open to visitors and free entry, although it will be necessary to book ahead of time. Enjoy an afternoon visiting the Large Hadron Collider and take part in some simple experiments which have been set up in the visitor centre.

5 Bike Switzerland

There is no need to feel confined to the city. There are thousands of miles of beautiful countryside to explore surrounding Geneva, and the English speaking staff at Bike Switzerland will help you choose a bike rental for you and your family so that you can get out there and have a closer look at the snow topped mountains and winding roads.

Required travel documents for Switzerland

The time difference between the UK and Switzerland is +1 hour. You will need your passport at the airport, preferably with a biometric chip to help speed up the customs process. If you are coming from the UK, then you will not require a visa.
Do not feel compelled to stay in the city, Switzerland has an extensive rail network which offers picturesque views of the snowy mountains, so enjoy a day or two near the Lakes or the Ski resorts. Just be sure to take out a health insurance policy that covers mountain and snow related incidents.