Join us for the first Europe-wide conference of the European Academy of Science Film. Whether you are already a member, thinking about becoming one, or just curious to find out more, please join us for an in depth discussion of how to shape the future of science film in Europe, and the future of our association.
Paul Pauwels the director of the European Documentary Network (EDN) will join us as guest of honour on the forenoon of the 3rd of July.
We look forward to welcoming you to CERN and CineGlobe the 2nd-4th of July.

The cineglobe film festival will come up for the accommodation of EURASF members. There is a conference fee of 150 CHF, which covers meals, aperos, and coffee. If you would like to attend without coming to any of the meals, or to just observe for a short time, please email us.

For registration and further details click here -> https://indico.cern.ch/event/724360/

Please register before 28th of May!

How to get to CERN from the Geneva Airport

You can get  from the Geneva Cointrin Airport to CERN by bus+tram, taxi, or train+tram.

By TAXI
Taxis wait outside of the arrivals gate. The average cost of a ride from the Airport to CERN is between 30 and 40 CHFs.
CERN is on 385, Route de Meyrin. Ask to go to entrance B (entrée B). You can also stop at the Reception, but it's closed on Sunday, and after 17:15 on the other days.

By BUS (+TRAM)
Before getting out of the baggage claim, print a free ticket for public
transportation at the automatic machines
located at the baggage collection
exit door. This ticket will entitle you to a free bus/tram/train ride from the
Geneva Airport to your final destination, in and around Geneva.
Please note that, once you are out, you cannot go back in to baggage claim to
print a free ticket. Anyways, if you forget to print it, you can buy a ticket at the
automatic machines located at the bus stops ("tout Genève" button on the ticket
machine, cost 3.50CHF).

  • The easiest way: bus 10 + tram 14.
    Go out of the airport on the same floor of the baggage claim, the bus stop is across the road. Take bus nº10 direction 'Rive' and get off at 'Bouchet'. From 'Bouchet' take the tram nº14 to CERN (pay attention, the final destination must be 'CERN', not 'Meyrin-Grevière').

 

  • Bus Y, direction 'Val-Thoiry', stop 'CERN'.
    It is a direct ride from the Airport to CERN, however, the service is not very frequent, with buses running every 30 minutes between 5.30 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. Mondays to Fridays, then every hour until midnight. On Saturdays and Sundays there is only one bus per hour, and on Sundays it operates between 9.30 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. only (for the CERN stop).
     
  • Bus 57+ tram 14.
    Take bus nº57 direction 'Gare de Meyrin' and get off at 'Blandonnet'. From 'Blandonnet' take the tram nº14 to CERN (pay attention, the final destination must be 'CERN', not 'Meyrin-Grevière').
     
  • Bus 28+ tram 14.
    Take bus nº28 direction 'Parfumerie' and get off at 'Blandonnet'. From 'Blandonnet' take the tram nº14 to CERN (pay attention, the final destination must be 'CERN', not 'Meyrin-Grevière').

By TRAIN to Geneva city + TRAM 14
Before getting out of the baggage claim, print a free ticket for public transportation at the automatic machines located at the baggage collection exit door. Then, follow the signs to the train rails, without going out of the airport.
All trains that leave Geneva Cointrin Airport stop in Geneva Main Station (Gare Cornavin/ Geneva RailCity). Once you arrive, get out of the station and turn right: the tram 14 stop is under the railway bridge. Take the tram nº14 to
CERN (final destination 'CERN', not 'Meyrin-Grevière').
If necessary, call the official ICTR-PHE 2012 helpline: +41 (0)76 487 6025.

ONCE YOU ARE AT CERN!

  • Go to the main entrance (Entrée B), show your ID to the gate guards and they will let you in (they will have a lists with the names of people staying at the hostel). Then, walk to the hostel reception by following the way marked by a red line on the map here above.

Entrée B opening hours:
7/7 days - 24/24 hours

  • You can also enter by the Reception, but it is notopen every day and all day long.

CERN's reception opening hours:
Mon-Fry: 8am - 5.45pm
Sat: 8.30am - 5.15pm
Sun: closed