Preparing for your next ski trip? Before you head to the mountains, it’s worth going through a mental checklist to make sure nothing has been forgotten. Just like flights and accommodation, a ski transfer from the airport is a vital ingredient to complete your skiing holiday. First time skiing? Or new to ski transfers? It’s a lot simpler than you might think. We’ve put together this guide on what to expect from your ski transfer, so you have one less
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Planning your skiing holiday? Fancy winning €100 off any ski transfer? Winter is upon us, and here at Alps2Alps we love making it easier for you to hit the slopes. We run to and from all the main airports in France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy. Our team is made up of friendly, English-speaking drivers who make it their mission to bring you the best service possible. Whilst we believe in reliable, affordable transfers, we also believe in rewarding our customers.
There’s really no better way on Earth to see a full cross-section of society that by running coach transfer services for holidaymakers – of at least that’s my experience of things. Allow me to explain; I’m a coach driver currently working with Alps2Alps airport transfers and spend most of my working life getting folk from the arrivals hall at Geneva Airport to where they need to be and then back again at the end. Sounds easy I know, but I’d like
Every year, hundreds of thousands of British tourists pass through Geneva Airport on their way to any of dozens of destination in the French Alps to indulge their ski passions. What’s more, most will adamantly claim that they have every intention of making the very most of their trip and checking out all their chosen resort has to offer, soaking up a little culture and broadening their horizons. However, I’d go out on a limb and say that at least
Chances are that if you’re reading this right now then your holiday dreams for 2013 are based more around flying down the slopes of Meribel than meandering round a few churches. Can’t say I blame you at all, but I’ve always been the kind of person that isn’t happy travelling a few thousand miles from home and not trying to at least fit one or two extra places into the trip to make the most of it. That’s why I
It’s got to the point now where the overwhelming majority of travellers across the UK will have experienced those delightful budget flight companies that promise everyone top-tickets for a pittance. And in typical style, a hue proportion will have found out the hard way that anything that looks too good to be true probably is exactly that – budget airlines don’t always come out as ‘budget’ as they’d have us think. The good news however is that at least technically
It wasn’t long ago that the thought of calling home while on holiday was about as pleasant on the pocket as the flights needed to get there. You could practically hear your bank balance being eaten away at by the second with various connection fees and surpluses coming in for an added sting in the tail. Sadly, at least for those not bothering to check out the options available to them, this is still pretty much the state of play
The spring is well and truly on its way, which for the most part means quieter slopes, shorter lift lines and probably a decent flurry of cheap flights too. Or in other words, it’s almost peak season for bargain-hunters looking to take a trip to the French Alps while handing over as little cash for the privilege as possible. Now, while all of the above is all well and good, it’s often a little too easy to fall into a
There are dozens of questions that really need to be clarified before confidently heading off to Geneva Airport and hopping on a transfer service – the following should help clarify some of the key pointers for those that have booked in advance. Where Will the Drive Meet Us or Pick Us Up? Upon arrival at Geneva Airport, the driver or a representative will be clearly visible in the arrivals area. If a private transfer service has been booked, the driver
Anyone heading to the French Alps this year via Geneva for a much-needed break will face the task of deciding how on Earth exactly to get from the airport itself to their final resort of choice. Well, allow us to tell you from experience that those choosing to take a hire car and traverse the mountain roads themselves are quite simply mad – at least unless well-versed in driving on sheet-ice with sheer drops and either side of the road!