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Car Rental in Geneva with Bookingclik:
Geneva lies on the shore of Lake Geneva and between the Alps and the Jura mountains. A tourists dream destination with warm summers, and winter ski resorts. A hire car is a must to get the most out of your visit to Geneva; the city itself is very accessible on foot or public transport, but you'll need that rental car to get out and see the spa towns, ski resorts and awesome lakeside scenery nearby. Use our search tools to compare car rental, from small Economy vehicles to larger SUV's - always check if the correct tyres are included!

Tips on hiring a car in Geneva

  • Please take note of which Terminal you will be flying in to; Geneva sits on the border of France and Switzerland, there are separate terminals and pick up procedures.

  • Pricing will be different depending on picking up the hire car on the Swiss side versus the French; do not always go for the cheapest so other costs may be incurred if driving across border. If picking up you rental car on the Swiss side, for instance, a vignette for driving on Swiss motorways is included.
  • Fuel in France tends to be cheaper than Switzerland, so keep that in mind when it comes to filling up the fuel in your car hire.

    Did you know?
  • The huge water fountain, Jet d'eau, found where Lake Geneva meets the Rhone, was not actually meant to be a public fountain display. In 1886 Geneva city opened a hydraulic pumping station to help power factories. As water pressure built every day it had to be released; and the locals enjoyed it so much it became an amazing symbol of the Geneva.
  • La Promenade de la Treille, a small square situated on a hill south of the Old Town, is home to the longest wooden bench in the world. Built with 180 wooden boards back in 1767, it's a perfect place to have a sit and view Saleve Mountain.
  • The world wide web was invented and developed in Geneva at CERN laboratories.
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