Located in the centre of Europe, Lausanne and Montreux are easily accessible, less than 3 hours by plane from the main European cities. Just 40 minutes from Geneva International Airport and 2.5 hours from Zurich Airport, the region offers easy access and a unique setting.

How to get to Lausanne and Montreux?

From Geneva Airport, many direct trains (several per hour) circulate daily to Lausanne or Montreux. The Geneva Airport train station is located at the underground level of the airport. The trip by train from Geneva Airport takes about 40 minutes.

There is also a train station at Zurich Airport with trains to Lausanne or Montreux. This trip takes 2.5 hours.

Train schedule

How to get around the destination?

Switzerland is well known for its network of public transport. Both Lausanne and Montreux offer a free transport card for guests staying in one of the area’s hotels. In addition, holders of this card benefit from exceptional discounts for many museums, shops and other leisure activities. One of Montreux’s assets is its offer of 1,000 rooms within walking distance of a convention centre and the train station.