Station open Monday to Saturday: 04:30 - 01:30 
Sunday and public holidays: 06:30 - 23:00 

TER Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes ticket machine 
Sales area: daily from 10:30 - 17:30 
Lost property service: daily from 14:00 - 18:00 

Waiting area 
Free Wi-Fi 
Photo booth 
Car park 
Cycle parking 
Services and shops
Relay : 06:00 - 19:00  - Closed Saturday and Sunday
Café Léman


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Disabled persons

Is the station adapted to the type of disability ?Is there a help desk ?
Motor disability
Helpdesk available
Visual disability
Helpdesk available
Hearing impairment
Helpdesk available
Mental Disability
Helpdesk available


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Interchange hub

Annemasse Station is served by several lines:

Léman Express: Lines L1 to L4 to Geneva/Coppet and Evian-les-Bains, Annecy, and St-Gervais-les-Bains-Le Fayet 
TER: Evian-les-Bains - Annemasse - Bellegarde 
TER: St-Gervais-les-Bains-le Fayet - Annemasse - Bellegarde 
TGV: Evian-les-Bains - Annemasse - Paris 
RegioExpress (RE): Annemasse - Lausanne - Vevey - St-Maurice (Valais) 
TAC network: Annemasse urban network bus lines and No. 17 tram line  
LIHSA interurban network and Région Haute-Savoie coach lines: Lines 11, 102, 112
Thonon bus lines: Lines 141, 151


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The five-kilometre long green route crosses through Thônex, Chêne-Bourg, Chêne-Bougeries, and Cologny in Switzerland, but it also provides a direct link to Annemasse in France.


The cycle path runs parallel to a footpath, making it a popular place for your commute and a leisurely stroll. This green route is partly located on the railway cut-and-cover where Léman Express trains now travel.






©Town of Chêne-Bourg

This contemporary art centre is a 10-minute walk from Annemasse railway station. Located in the heart of the Parc Montessuit, the Villa organises monographic and group exhibitions of national and international artists, guided tours, conferences, and meetings with artists. It is a 12-minute walk from the railway station.




©Villa du Parc

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Did you know ?

The publication of an imperial decree on 22 December 1860—declaring the construction of a railway line from Thonon-les-Bains to Longeray-Léaz to be in the public interest—led to the construction of Annemasse Station on land belonging to Ville-la-Grand. It was commissioned in 1880 by Compagnie des chemins de fer de Paris à Lyon et à la Méditerranée (PLM). 

Annemasse Station has had a roundhouse since 1880. As well as being where locomotives are parked, the roundhouse was also used to transfer locomotives between Ambérieu and Bouveret during WWII. The Bellegarde - Evian line gets electricity, closed to traffic in 1972, and demolished in 2017 as part of the CEVA project. Today, the hoisting building still exists and serves as the office for the traction annex.               

Léman Express has brought five times more passengers to the station. With links to Geneva, Vaud and Valais cantons, Evian, and Annecy, the station has become a genuine transport hub for our cross-border region.

Indeed, its design allows users to move smoothly and efficiently from one transport mode to another. Soft mobility is also showcased: Between the Annemasse and Geneva-Eaux-Vives stations, the railway line is covered by the Voie Verte, or Green Pathway, with a cycle path and a pedestrian walkway. A car-sharing and car-pooling station, a taxi rank, a drop-off point, a car park, and several Cycle parkings add to this multimodal transport hub. 



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