Geneva’s iconic fountain, Jet d’Eau is a simple but fascinating attraction in Switzerland. As the name implies, the water jet shoots water at 120 meters high. It is the true symbol of Geneva that is visible from almost every point of the city, particularly impressive in the evening when it is illuminated.
Trento and its Piazza Duomo is one of the most beautiful squares in Italy that is characterized by the presence of the majestic cathedral and beautiful palaces with painted facades. The square is airy, harmonic, and elegant.
Here are the available modes of transport from Geneva to Trento.
Geneva To Trento By Bus
The distance between Geneva to Trento is 530 km. There are three bus rides to complete when travelling from Geneva to Trento. First, take the Eurolines CH (Line 1927-Line 1928) from Geneva to Torino. From Torino bus station, take an Autostradale bus ride that is bound to Malpensa Airport T1. From the Milano Malpensa Airport, take the Alto Aldige bus that is bound to Trento Nord bus station. The total travel duration is 11 hours and 29 minutes. The one way fare ranges from US$98 to US$152. To get the full timetable, check this site: http://www.eurolines.ch/
Driving all the way from Geneva to Trento is another practical travel option; the travel duration is five hours and 37 minutes.
Geneva To Trento by Train
If you’re taking the railway transport service from Swiss Railways, there are three train rides you need to complete. First, take the Line Eurocity train from Geneve to Milano Centrale. From Milano, take the Trenitalia ride that is bound to Verona and from here, take the Line 100 that is bound to Trento. The total travel time is seven hours and the ticket costs US$160. To get the full details, check: http://www.sii.bz.it/en/siipdfOldtimetables
Geneva To Trento by Air
There are two commercial airlines that cover the flight route from Geneva to Trento (via Bologna). The travel time is one hour and ten minutes and the one way plane ticket costs US$160.