All funiculars appear to have one unique feature. This one has 4 intermediate stations.
The lower station is awkward to find, tucked away in a back street below the main pedestrianised shopping street. It is worth seeking out. And it's free! Closed for many years, but now refurbished and regarded as a national treasure. The journey is about 10 minutes and is underground for the first 100m or so, but then climbs steeply to the top station (a very Edwardian affair). In season (but not September) there is a cafe at the top, otherwise walk up towards the village of Neuvecelle where there is a restaurant and baker where snacks can be had. The views over lake Geneva are spectacular.
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