Delegates, participants and visitors to the
International Labour Conference are reminded that it is necessary to register
at the ILO Pavilion before they can gain access to the main Conference site in the Palais des Nations
(the Assembly Building).
Access by car
There are very restricted parking facilities at the Palais des Nations.
Vehicles which have been allocated parking rights must display an ILO Conference sticker (obtained from the
Information and Registration Desks). Delegates arriving by car are advised to park at the ILO and to use
the shuttle service between the ILO and the Palais des Nations.
Taxis do not have access to the grounds of the Palais des Nations
and must pick up and drop off passengers in front of the Pregny gate, which is the nearest entrance to the
Access by public transport
By bus from Geneva train station, Cornavin, in the centre of town, the F, V, Z
and No. 8 lines all stop at Appia, convenient for the Pregny entrance to the Palais des Nations.
The No. 15 tramline and bus lines 5 and 11 stop at the Place des Nations, ten minutesí walk from the
Assembly Building. The bus timetable and network map may be consulted on
All participants staying at hotels,youth hostels or campsites in Geneva can benefit
from a free Geneva transport card. The personal, non-transferable card is issued on registration at the
place of residence, and entitles its holder to the use of the entire public transport network without
restriction (bus, train and boat). It is valid for the duration of the stay in Geneva,including the day of
departure. The aim of this initiative on the part of the Genevan authorities is to promote sustainable
development by encouraging the use of collective transport.
For those participants not staying at hotels, youth hostels or campsites in
Geneva, bus cards may be purchased from the Naville newsagent in the Palais des Nations, and
from newsagents, tobacconists and TPG kiosks in Geneva.
A shuttle-bus will run between door 15 of the entrance to the Assembly Building
of the Palais des Nations and door 1 of the ILO building on Conference working days from 7.30 a.m.
until the end of meetings.
No luggage may be taken into the Palais des Nations. Delgates are advised
to keep their luggage at their hotels.
N.B. Members of delegations should kindly inform the Conference of any problems
they may encounter with the local authorities that prevent them wholly or partially from exercising their
official functions at the Conference.