If you’re planning a skiing holiday in France, Chambery Airport makes a great starting point to discover the best of the Alps. After a flight, the last thing anyone wants is to spend hours in a car getting to their ski destination. That’s why we’ve created a list of the best ski resorts near Chambery airport to get you started. For conveniently located ski resorts offering incredible pistes and exciting evening entertainment, read on. Ski Transfers from Chambery Airport:
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With our busy lifestyles, it can be hard to squeeze in enough time on the slopes. That’s why finding a great ski resort with a short transfer time is essential to make the most of your ski holiday. Grenoble airport makes a handy stepping off point for exploring some of the best ski resorts in the French Alps and beyond. We’ve put together a list of the most convenient ski resorts near Grenoble so you can enjoy more time on
Geneva airport is a thriving hub for skiers looking for an unforgettable skiing holiday in the Alps. With easy access to so many world-class ski resorts, it’s no surprise that Geneva International Airport is a popular leaping off point for many an Alpine adventure. Want to maximise slope-time? The key is to choose a ski resort with a short transfer time from the airport. A close by resort means less time spent in a car, and more time spent on
Many people are put off skiing as they’re under the false impression that it’s a pastime of the super-rich. While it’s true that ski trips can add up, it is possible to go skiing on a budget. So, how much does a skiing holiday cost? The average ski holiday costs anything from £2000 up to £15,000 and more in the most luxurious catered chalets! If you pump for five-star accommodation with all the extras, it’s going to cost you. However,
Spring break is just around the corner and it’s the perfect time for Easter skiing 2017 with your family! Most Alpine ski resorts are still in excellent skiing conditions and schoolchildren have a reasonable time off from school to let you all enjoy a bit longer Easter ski break. But where to ski at Easter, that is the question! Keep on reading this article to find Alpine destinations offering the best of Easter skiing 2017 with lots of fun events
Summer 2016 is already halfway and inevitably approaching towards autumn and winter seasons. That, of course, is sort of a sad feeling if you consider yourself a true summer patriot, but it also is one of the best things to know for all the snow and winter fun lovers! Start thinking about your ski holiday right away! If you opt for a ski holiday in France in 2016, here is some quick information about the most popular French ski resorts.