Geneva's public transport system is operated by the Transports publics genevois (TPG) (see their site for timetables, fares, route details, etc.).
Anyone arriving at Geneva Airport can obtain a free ticket (for immediate use) for 80 minutes' travel on the Geneva transport system. The ticket machine is located just before the customs control area.
For further information, see http://www.gva.ch/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-67/
All visitors staying at a hotel, youth hostel or camping in Geneva can benefit from the Geneva Transport Card, with no additional cost.
This personal and non-transferable pass is established upon the visitor’s check-in in the hotel, youth hostel or camping of his (her) choice, enabling its holder to use of the entire public transportation network without restriction (bus, train and boat), with validity for the entire duration of his (her) stay including the departure day.
The Swiss city of Geneva enjoys a relatively high altitude, some 370 meters / 1,210 feet above sea level, and as such, the winter months are known to occasionally suffer strong northerly winds, known locally as the 'Bise' winds.
Geneva weather in April: 14°C / 57°F - 4°C / 39°F
Source: world guide
The standard power supply is 220 Volts, 50Hz.
The conference rooms provide power sockets Type C and Type F.
Medical Emergencies: 144
| Monday-Wednesday || 9am-7pm|
| Thursday || 9am-9pm|
| Friday|| 9am-7.30pm|
| Saturday || 9am-6pm|
| Sunday || closed, except for convenience stores and shops in the airport|
Automated Teller Machines (ATM) for foreign travelers
Travelers who carry internationally recognized credit cards (such as VISA and MasterCard) can get a cash advance in Geneva at Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at banks, airports, major hotels, department stores, subway stations and tourist attractions.