For participants

Celebrating 110 years of Public Services International (1907-2017) in Geneva, Switzerland

31stOctober — 3rd November 2017

About the congress

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5* hotels

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4* hotels

  • Royal

    Rue de Lausanne 41, Geneva

  • Novotel Geneve

    Rue de Zurich 19, Geneva

  • Warwick

    Rue de Lausanne 14, Geneva

  • Crowne Plaza

    Avenue Louis-Casaï 75-77, Vernier

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3* hotels

  • Suites Novotel Geneva

    Rue de Lausanne 41, Geneva

  • Outro qualquer

    Rue de Lausanne 41, Geneva

  • Novotel Geneve

    Rue de Lausanne 41, Geneva

  • Warwick

    Rue de Zurich 19, Geneva

  • Warwick

    Rue de Zurich 19, Geneva

Hotels in Ferney-Voltaire

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  • Royal

    Rue de Lausanne 41, Geneva

  • Novotel Geneve

    Rue de Zurich 19, Geneva

  • Warwick

    Rue de Lausanne 14, Geneva

About the congress

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  • Geneva Airport

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Geneva

Some call it the “world’s smallest metropolis”, others, the “peace capital”. Whatever image it brings to mind, Geneva has always been a popular destination. Better known throughout the world as the United Nations’ European headquarters and the head office of the International Committee of the Red Cross, our city draws thousands of people each year to events such as conferences, conventions and meetings.

Geneva is one of the greenest cities in Europe with more than 20 parks in the city center offering countless opportunities for rest and relaxation. The shores of Lake Geneva have attracted visitors and invaders for millennia. The cheerful city of Geneva sits on the lake’s western shore, lofty snowcapped peaks creating a gorgeous backdrop on all sides.

Essential Information

Free public wireless access is available at many cafes and public spaces, including Geneva’s airport and train station. Most accommodation places have free wi-fi, and many provide computers for guests’ use.

Geneva is generally a safe place, and crime against tourists is rare. Exercise normal safety precautions: ensure that your personal belongings, including passports and other travel documents, are secure at all times.

Alertswiss provides essential information regarding disaster preparedness and emergency situations in Switzerland and guidance on how to behave. Exercise caution, follow the advice of local authorities and monitor local media.

Use your time in Geneva to see local landmarks and enjoy the Swiss hospitality – see Lonely Planet’s Top things to do in Geneva, or Inisiders’s guide to Geneva.

Tourist office Geneva’s helpful, well-stocked tourist office is just downhill from the train station.Ticket Point One-stop shop for boat, bus and electric-train tours.

Geneva is easily navigable for travellers with physical disabilities. All public buildings as well as the TPG public transport system offer disabled access and facilities.

Venue

The CICG is situated only 5 kilometres away from the international airport and from the Cornavin main railway station, in downtown.

  • Public transport from Cornavain :
  • GBus n°5 : Bus stop "Vermont"
  • GBus n°8 : Bus stop "UIT"
  • GTramway n°15 : Stop "Nations"

Travelling to Switzerland

Formalities are minimal when arriving in Switzerland by air, rail or road thanks to the Schengen Agreement, which allows passengers coming from the EU to enter without showing a passport. When arriving from a non-EU country, you’ll need your passport or EU identity card – and visa if you need one – to clear customs.

Visas

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Passports

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