If you are near the Festival, biking or walking are probably your best bets.
The Route de St-Cergue, linking the Festival to the center and train station of Nyon, has street lighting the whole way (in blue on the map above). You’ll only need 30 minutes by foot (maybe a bit more on your way back, hum).
Ecological, practical and of unparalleled class, the bike is really one of the best ways of getting to and from the Festival.
A specially sign-posted and secured cycle route will be available between Nyon/Prangins and the Festival (in dark green on the map above). From other neighbouring locations, we recommend to take the routes indicated in light green on the map.
Dedicated parking zones are available for bicycles:
- Near the Festival main entrance
- in the Parc Chevalin, near the Asse train halt
As a reminder, bicycles are not allowed on the NStCM train.
It is also possible to get to the Festival by motorcycle or by scooter.
Three parking zones have been designated for motorbikes:
- coming from Geneva: at the Parc Chevalin
- coming from Lausanne: follow "Festival", through Vich and Coinsins
- coming from Nyon: on the route de St-Cergue, under the motorway bridge route
Please Note! Parking two-wheelers outside these designated parking areas may disrupt traffic flow or cause obstructions. Badly parked two-wheelers run the risk of being towed away at their owners' expense, just like cars!