CAR HIRE, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH AVIS
Our car hire in partnership with Avis gives you the opportunity to explore at your own pace.
Book your car rental with British Airways - in partnership with Avis - and enjoy these great benefits:
British Airways car hire, in partnership with Avis, includes all of the mandatory charges that you'll need to drive away your car in Geneva.
• Unlimited mileage
• 24–hour customer support and roadside assistance
• Collect Avios on every rental
• Free additional driver for Executive Club members worldwide
Hire a car in Geneva and embark on an exciting fly-drive adventure. Discover the hidden treasures of the beautiful areas that surround the city, from Chamonix in the French Alps to the medieval town of Gruyeres.
The opportunities are endless with our car rental, in partnership with Avis - you’ll receive great rates and fantastic benefits. Get more with British Airways - earn Avios on every rental and get a free additional driver if you’re an Executive Club member. Join Avis preferred at no extra charge and beat the queues with faster pick up. Choose a car type that suits your holiday needs - hire an affordable economy or an upgraded intermediate vehicle.
This route on the E62 takes you around the edge of Lake Geneva and is a 50 minute drive from Geneva. Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Lavaux, a part of the Swiss Riviera. Explore the old town and climb the Cathedral Tower for stunning rooftop views. Lausanne is home to the International Olympic Committee; visit the Olympic Museum to find out about its history. With a large student population, nightlife and restaurants offer a wide choice.
Book a fly-drive holidays from Geneva, passing through Lausanne and head to Montreux, mostly known for its world-famous two week long Jazz Festival. Montreux is well worth a wander through, get to the scenic Château de Chillon or to the hiker's paradise of Hauts de Montreux. Visit the historic castle of Château de Chillon, Switzerland’s most visited attraction.
Drive from Geneva to the world famous resort in the French Alps, located at the foot of Mont Blanc. Chamonix is well known as a winter sports haven and it hosted the First Winter Olympic games in 1924. It is home to the Mer de Glace, one of Europe’s biggest glaciers, as well as one of the highest cable-cars in the world, the Aiguille Du Midi where you can spot the towering Mont Blanc.
Head around Lake Geneva on the French side. Evian is famous for its eponymous Evian brand of bottled water. Two natural sources of the Evian spring are near the centre of town along the Avenue des Sources. The water flows freely here and many locals refill their water bottles at this source. It was a famous spa resort and has the largest themed casino in Europe.
Gruyères is the old capital of the district of Gruyère, also known as Greyerz in German. This medieval town is an important tourist location in the upper valley of the Saane river and gives its name to the well-known Gruyère cheese. Visit its castle, containing a regional museum and an arts museum or the Mont Moléson, a mountain suitable for climbing, or for the less athletic people there is a cable car to the summit.