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Chamonix, one of the most famous mountain villages at the foot of the remarkable and majestic Mont-Blanc, the highest peak of Europe (4807 m./15.771 ft). Thanks to your morning departure, you'll arrive in Chamonix before the busy crowds arrive. Plus, if you'll have pre-ordered lift and train tickets, you will avoid the long queues because of our reserved gondola. You're free to spend the rest of the day as you please. Wander by foot to discover the town’s many delights. Chamonix is the world capital for outdoor activites: mountaineering, alpinism, hiking, climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, trail running and skiing.

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Tour name Panoramic Chamonix-Mont-Blanc
Product code CST101
Opening Daily from May to September
Time 07h45 Rue François Bonivard 8, 1201 Genève
Description Chamonix is the most famous mountain villages at the foot of the remarkable and majestic Mont-Blanc, the highest peak of Europe (4807 m./15.771 ft) . The resident population of the valley is about 10,000. The seasonal workers and tourists can add another 100,000 .
In 1924 Chamonix hosted the first Winter Olympic Games. Skiing was introduced in Chamonix at the end of the 19th century by Dr Payot. The first big winter season was in 1906-07.
You're free to spend the day as you please. Wander by foot to discover the town’s many delights, such as Parc Loisir, Musée Alpin, Lac Gaillands or Atelier Les Racines. Chamonix is the world capital for outdoor activites: mountaineering, alpinism, hiking, climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, trail running, and skiing.
Duration of circuit 9h30
Itinerary A 90 minutes drive by motor-coach through the picturesque Arve Valley takes us from Geneva to Chamonix, at the foot of the remarkable and majestic Mont-Blanc, the highest peak of Europe (4807 m./15.771 ft). The Chamonix Mont Blanc valley is a wonderful natural resource. From higher up, experience some of the world´s most stunning alpine views.
Departure Departure 8h00 Rue François Bonivard 8, 1201 Genève
Return 14h30 or 18h20
or
Departure 11h00 Rue François Bonivard 8, 1201 Genève
return 18h20
Return point 18h20 Rue François Bonivard 8, 1201 Genève
18h35 Airport
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14h30 Rue François Bonivard 8, 1201 Genève
Guided tours Audio commentary
Commentary French / English
Important You will be crossing the Franco-Swiss border The Passport is necessary !!!Visa whenever applicable
Children information It is not allowed for children under 2 years old to ascend the cable car to the Aiguille du Midi
Children from 0 to 3 years, free of charge (Aiguille du Midi Cable-car not recommanded)
Children from 4 to 12 years old, child's fare
FAQ Itinerary: Geneva Chamonix by the motorway, approximately 50 minutes
Scenery: Perpetual snow all year round at the Aiguille du Midi
Included Transportation by bus
Excluded Cable car
Train to Mer de Glace
Lunch and drinks
Options OPTIONS
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Cable Car Aiguille du Midi (3842m)
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Mer de Glace

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