GVA

Terminal 1

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Restaurants

Le Chef on the 3rd floor has great views over the runways and the Jura mountains - but be prepared to pay for the privilege. You'll also find around 10 other eateries including an organic food bar, sandwich shop and some cafés. Several places do takeout, if you're in a hurry.
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Shopping

Here you'll find duty-free stores as well as over 30 shops selling clothes, souvenirs, chocolate, liquor, books and more. Upscale brands include Swatch, Mont-Blanc, Hermès, Ralph Lauren and Rolex.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage (on the railway station level)
  • Business corners
  • Currency exchange
  • Pharmacy
  • Smoking room
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Assistance points
  • Disabled parking
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Restaurants

There are a couple of cafés, a beer and pretzels brasserie and a tea room serving more than 120 types of tea in Arrivals.
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Shopping

Duty-free shopping is available at Baggage Reclaim. If you need to pick up some groceries on your way out of the airport, there's a supermarket at the Airport train station.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baggage storage (on the railway station level)
  • Business services (photo booth, photocopy machine, internet terminals)
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points (Geneva Airport Visitors' Center)
  • Porters
  • Post office
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Accessibility

  • Assistance points
  • Disabled parking
  • Ramps and handrails for people with reduced mobility in areas adjacent to the terminal

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