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Geneva Airport Car Hire

There is car hire available at the Geneva Airport with an assortment of vehicles and tariffs to suit all customers.

Car hire desks are adjacent to the arrivals area but in a separate building. When exiting arrivals, look to your right after leaving customs and baggage reclaim and follow the signs for 'car rental'. It is a few minutes walk. You will walk along a corridor and then turn right to enter. All the car hire companies are in this area. Walk through the doors to enter. There are a number of car hire companies to serve you. These include Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National, Alamo and Sixt.
For pricing or to reserve a car click here - select Geneva as your pick-up city.

Car rental return is located on level 1 in car park P51. There is a sign for car hire return.
There is a shuttle to take you to and from car park P51. Shuttles run regularly from 5am to 11pm. There is a sign in both car park P51 and at the car desk areas that tells you when the next shuttle will arrive. When you get to car park P51 there is a map to show you where the different car hire companies are located.

The French sector is served by Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Sixt and National. If you hire a car in the French sector, chances are the car you rent will not have a Vignette. A Vignette is the highway sticker need to drive on Swiss Motorways. Without it you risk a fine. The cost to buy a Vignette is 40 Swiss Francs.
For pricing or to reserve a car in the French sector click here - select Geneva as your pick-up city.

If you're a non-EU citizen or EU citizen living outside the EU and traveling for more than 17 days, then you should think about a Buy Back car. The idea is simple, you buy a brand new Peugeot drive it during your vacation and then when you're done you sell the car back. For more information see Buy Back Cars with Peugeot.

For anyone driving in France:
French Road Signs: This ebook is a great resource for understanding French road signs, whether you're new to driving in France or just looking for a brush up. Written in British and American English. This ebook has 200 of the most common signs translated into English. For the signs not listed, you'll learn the 'grammar' of French road signs so you'll be able to understand any signs not mentioned.