How to get to CERN in Meyrin by Bus or Light Rail


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What are the closest stations to CERN?

The closest stations to CERN are:
Meyrin, Cern is 233 meters away, 4 min walk.
Meyrin, Maisonnex is 463 meters away, 7 min walk.

Which Light Rail lines stop near CERN?

These Light Rail lines stop near CERN: Light Rail - 18.

Which Bus lines stop near CERN?

These Bus lines stop near CERN: Bus - Y.

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CERN, Meyrin
CERN, Meyrin L'Organisation européenne pour la recherche nucléaire, aussi appelée laboratoire européen pour la physique des particules et couramment désignée sous l'acronyme CERN (du nom du Conseil européen pour la recherche nucléaire, organe provisoire institué en 1952), est le plus grand centre de physique des particules du monde. Il se situe à quelques kilomètres de Genève, en Suisse, à cheval sur la frontière franco-suisse, sur la commune de Meyrin (canton de Genève). Les anneaux des accélérateurs s'étendent notamment sous les communes françaises de Saint-Genis-Pouilly et Ferney-Voltaire (département de l'Ain).
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