Travel Information

Below is information on traveling to Val d'Isere | SkiBus  |  Transfers | En Route Stopovers | Driving / Ferries | Eurostar |

 

Flying
The main airport used is Geneva however Chambery, Lyon and Grenoble are also used. As a rough guide: Lots of carriers fly to Geneva and hence you can often get the best prices by flying to Geneva if you hunt around. Geneva also has the most frequent bus service to and from Val d'Isere. Lyon has a number of carriers and a reasonably frequent bus service and can be a good option. Ryanair and Easyjet fly to Grenoble and you can get some good prices however you will need to get a hire car or a private transfer to get you to Tignes. Chambery is the closest airport however you may find it difficult to get a good price.

Geneva from Luton, Gatwick, Birmingham, Glasgow, Liverpool, Stanstead, Edinburgh, Belfast, Newcastle, Bristol, Bournemouth, Manchester, Southend & East Midlands. Lyon from Stanstead, Edinburgh, Birstol & Gatwick.  Grenoble from Gatwick, Luton, Stanstead, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Bristol & Birmingham fly to Geneva  from Blackpool, Leeds Bradford & Manchester. Fly to Chambery form Belfast, Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Manchester & Newcastle Geneva from Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Guernsey, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kirkwall, Manchester, Newcastle, Newquay, Norwich, Southampton & Sumburgh. Chambery from Belfast, Birminham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Manchester, Southampton, Guernsey, Jersey & Isle of Man. Geneva from Gatwick, Heathrow & London City  Lyon from Heathrow Chambery from London City Grenoble from Manchester, Birminham, Gatwick & Leeds Bradford Grenoble from Dublin & London Stanstead.

 

See 'who flies where'. Compare cheap flights  see Cheapflights.co.uk. You can also try Skyscanner.net to compare low cost carriers.




SkiBusUK: Bus services from the UK to Val d'Isere

Heading to the Alps this season? If you are thinking about heading to the slopes this season then look no further. Ski Bus UK offer travel from London to the French Alps from only £100 return.

SkiBusUK offers the cheapest method of travel available to Bourg-Saint-Maurice and the world famous destination of Val d'Isere.  Click here for more information >>

 


Transfers: We currently work with a number of companies all of which run minibuses which have 8 passenger seats. Book early to avoid disappointment (especially Sat). The prices are door to door return prices from the airport to the resort & back to the airport.
 

5% discount on all transfers with deposit
paid by 31 August
2014
+
Extra discounts: Mon-Fri 15% Sundays 10%

Sat Prices

8 Pers

7 Pers

6 Pers

5 Pers

Up to 4 Pers

Geneva

£664

£644

£594

£555

£530

Lyon

£768

£756

£702

£655

£624

Grenoble

£792

£777

£720

£675

£640

Chambery

£616

£581

£540

£495

£480

 

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Where you are you staying in Tignes (if known):  

 

Helicopter Transfers :

Arrive from the airport in style, miss the traffic, fly over the beautiful mountain scenery More Info >>

Shared Transfers
Only one, two or three of you? Save money on a private helicopter by sharing with other people? Shared helicopter airport transfers to and from all the ski resorts across the French Alps More Info >>

 

Car Hire: You can find links  for car hire companies on the Airline Web sites or try Rhino Car Hire – We have negotiated discounted rates, please contact us for further details.

Bear in Mind: If you hire a car you will also have to hire snow chains (£25ish) and to park the car in Tignes will cost £60+ (there are some free car parks - a bus ride away), plus you will have petrol costs (£60+).

 

 

Buses: Book the bus in advance and also checking time tables carefully as the last bus may leave after your plane arrives. You may find it easier to call them as their web sites are rarely up to date.

alpski-bus.com 
Geneva to Val d'Isere.

Satobus 
Lyon  to Val d'Isere.

www.altibus.com
Chambery to Val d'Isere on Saturdays only

www.bensbus.co.uk
Grenoble Airport
to Val d'Isere

http://www.autocars-martin.com
Bourg St Maurice
to Val d'Isere



BensBus   Ben's Bus run ski transfers to Tignes & Val d'Isere from Geneva Airport every Saturday (& Sunday up to the 6th February) and from Grenoble Airport every Saturday & Sunday. Spaces are limited so it is advised to book early. Prices start at £69pp Rtn
     

  SnowBus offers a cheap and convenient airport to ski resort transfer service for independent holiday-makers. Our affordable bus transfers start from just £40 per person, and make travelling to the world-renowned ski resorts of Tignes, Val d’Isere & Les Arcs from Chambery and Geneva airports easier than ever before.

 

 

Train: You can get yourself from most places to Bourg St Maurice if you are prepared to put in the effort click on the SNCF logo for prices from within France www.sncf.fr
 

If your Journey starts in Geneva, Switzerland click on the SBB logo http://www.sbb.ch/en/

 

SNCF

 

Homepage SBB CFF FFS

 


Driving: This normally works out to be the cheapest option. Some people drive all the way in one day, however a stop over in somewhere like Dijon, Lyon  or Chambery breaks up the journey nicely. We have put together an access map of the basic route that most people use to drive down to Val d'Isere from Calais. Click on the ferry logos to check prices & availability.

 

 

Val.co.uk recommend Norfolk Line: As they
normally have the best fares and a great fleet of ships.

Channel Crossings

Great Site for comparing Ferries

Driving access map

 

 

Sanef
French Autoroute Tolls - French tolls Automatic Tag Payment. A company who supplies a telepeage tag which allow you to pass through the French tolls without queuing. Please see their website for more details on how this works.

 

 

 

En Route Stopovers - The Val Moret is a great stopover point, very popular with a wide range of guests. It is ideally situated just south of Troyes, between Champagne and Burgundy on the north-south axis of the A5 motorway (exit 22).

Driving, Stop over in Troyes

 

 

Train: The train is a very good way of getting to Val d'Isere, and there are independent travel and tour operator options that cost around the same as flying (depending on when you book). Trains leave from London St Pancras, Ashford or Ebbsfleet and arrive at Bourg St Maurice . From here you can get a taxi to take you the last 20 miles up to Val d'Isere. You can get a Taxi from the station or book in advance - see below. The Snowcarbon Journey Planner (click on link) shows the best routes from London to Val d'Isere.

snow train - ski train - snowcarbon

An independent website dedicated to helping skiers and
snowboarders reach ski resorts by train from the UK

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