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Getting around

From Saint-Julien-en-Genevois

A destination in motion

Are you coming to Saint-Julien-en-Genevois on holiday or do you live there?

You can use the public transport networks in the Genevois region to get around between the various towns and also to the ski resorts, Annecy, Geneva and across the whole of Haute-Savoie, at affordable prices.

Getting around

by bus

Towards the centre of Geneva (Zone 230 +10)

Bus D will take you from Saint-Julien-en-Genevois to the town centre of Geneva in 40 minutes.
Stops: Saint-Julien SNCF, Saint-Julien-Centre, Saint-Julien-Douane.

Lines 62 Collonges – Bachet and 63 Viry – Bernex – Geneva

Ticket: €4.30 per adult (for 90 min you’ll have access to all the different modes of transport).
Buy your ticket by texting the code 10230 to 788.

In the towns of Geneva region: (Zone 230)

Bus M will take you from Beaumont to Collonges, via Neydens and Saint-Julien-en-Genevois.

Bus N will take you from Valleiry to Saint-Julien-en-Genevois.
Ticket:  €1.60 per adult

To Geneva Airport

Would you like to get to the airport? The regional 272 bus will take you there directly in around 40 minutes.

To Annecy

Would you like to visit Annecy? Take line 272. This line will take you to the little Venice of the Alps in around 1 hour. Explore the old town, the lake and canals and the Château!

To Annemasse

Bus 11 runs between Annemasse and Saint-Julien-en-Genevois.



Getting around

by train

Trains leave Saint-Julien-en-Genevois approximately every hour, for: Annemasse, Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, Valleiry, Bellegarde, etc.


touring along the river Rhône

Alongside the Rhône, through towns, across countryside and low mountain ranges, come and cycle along the section of the ViaRhôna route that passes through the Monts du Genevois.

Get on your bike. Position your hands firmly on the handlebars. Can you feel the rubber under your fingertips? A slight push of the pedals and off you go!
You’ll see some unique and exceptional scenery on your way, just make sure your keep your eyes wide open.

Whatever your level, come and pedal along this 815-km cycle route. This cycle route goes from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean Sea, alongside the river Rhône.

Get around the Monts du Genevois 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 du Genevois 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!

Blue zone

600 spaces in the town of Saint-Julien-en-Genevois.

The spaces are marked-out on the ground with blue paint or a blue disc logo.
In the town, parking is limited to 1.5 hours, from Monday to Saturday, 9am to 7pm.

There are exceptions which will be clearly indicated by signs next to the spaces or at the entrance to car parks.
Parking is free but regulated, make sure you leave your blue disc visible on the dashboard, indicating your arrival time.

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