La Plaine


Station open 24/7

SBB ticket machine 
Waiting area 
Cycle parking


Find more information here



Disabled persons

Is the station adapted to the type of disability ?Is there a help desk ?
Motor disability
Helpdesk not available
Visual disability
Helpdesk not available
Hearing impairment
Helpdesk not available
Mental Disability
Helpdesk not available


Find more information here




Interchange hub

La Plaine Station is served by several lines:

Léman Express: Line L5 to Geneva 

Léman Express: Line L6 Geneva - Bellegarde 

Geneva Public Transport (TPG): Lines 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, T


Take a walk through the various paths and vineyards to discover this landscape which overlooks the city of Geneva. Discover the small surrounding villages and stop to taste the local wines. Continue along Allandon Valley. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings. One of the most beautiful hikes in the Geneva region.


© Mairie de Russin

A natural beach, 10 minutes from La Plaine train station. Also known as Dardagny Beach, this beach is the perfect place to enjoy some peace and quiet. With different depths, this waterhole is perfect for children. An additional water feature was created from scratch to encourage the development of local flora and fauna.

A 815-kilometre cycle path. This magnificent route links Lake Geneva to the Bouches du Rhône and crosses the iconic landscapes through the vineyards of Côtes du Rhône and southern Provence. Don't hesitate to make a stop to discover the wealth of each region. The path is also suitable for families thanks to smaller, secured paths 15 to 25 km in length.



© Lémanis

Find more information and activities here



Did you know ?

Mandement was a term used in the Middle Ages to designate the smallest unit of an administrative division. This territory, often linked to a castle, was in charge of local administrative, military, and financial functions.

In the past, the mandement was called the Peney mandement and Peney Castle was its seat.

Nowadays, the Mandement includes Satigny, Dardagny, and Russin.

La Plaine Station was built in 1857, at the same time as Geneva, Vernier-Meyrin, and Satigny Stations. It was inaugurated on 16 March 1858 for the opening of the railway line from Lyon to Geneva.




Would you like to comment or recommend a site to see ?

Contact us