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From Geneva: Full-Day Trip to Chamonix and Mont-Blanc

1. From Geneva: Full-Day Trip to Chamonix and Mont-Blanc

How does it feel to be at the foot of the highest mountain in Europe? Find out, with reliable transport from Geneva to Chamonix Mont Blanc. Board a bus and enjoy the 75-minute drive by motor-coach through the picturesque Arve Valley to the typical Alpine village at the foot of the remarkable and majestic Mont-Blanc. Enjoy your day as you stroll in the little streets full of charms of Chamonix. Enter in a local shop to discover the local flavors as Mountain Honey, cheese or charcuterie. Try a fondue or a raclette in once of the numerous restaurants of this well-known ski resort. Discover where the first Olympic Games of winter started in 1924. Situated at the border between France and Italy, this town is famous for its tunnel under the mountain, which joins the 2 countries. Enjoy the activities available in this little town before you head back to Geneva. If you choose the cable car option you can enjoy the ride up to the Aiguille du Midi and be amazed by the view. In the afternoon, take advantage of the mountain train and discover the Ice Sea. If you choose the all inclusive option you will have lunch in a nice brasserie in Chamonix.

Aosta: Private Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings

2. Aosta: Private Walking Tour with Food and Wine Tastings

Aosta is an ancient city with a complex and charming history; Take the chance to discover it with a qualified guide who will show you the artistic excellence and landmarks, pointing out the most secret corners of the city, as well as the amazing Mont Blanc.   The walk begins from Porta Pretoria, the main gate of the Roman center, before heading towards the stupefying facade of the Roman Theater. See the amazing cryptoporticus, an underground gallery framing the two original twin temples of the holy terrace. Next, pass by the classic landmarks the Sant'Orso collegiate church and the Aosta Cathedral with its two characteristic clock towers.   The tour will end with a tasting of typical products including a selection of cured meat, two kinds of Fontina cheese, Toma from Gressoney, and two glasses of local wine.

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What people are saying about Haute-Savoie

Had a great time. Went solo, but the guide was super friendly and helpful and also made friends with some other tourists on the same trip. The views on the way to Mer De Glace were breathtaking, although climbing back up the 500+ steps can be a bit tiring. Being inside a glacier was super cool! The town of Chamonix Mont Blanc itself is small, busy and charming to wander around by yourself for a few hours - shopping, having some Mont-Blanc flavor ice-cream perhaps, and some great selection of restaurants. Highly recommended!

Both our driver and guide were excellent. Marie had the right balance of information and quiet. She was informative about the area and the options available. Lovely. The coach was very comfortable and the time spent travelling well worth it.

We had an excellent time although the package does not include the cable car ride, I bought it there, it was an unforgettable experience in Chamonix

a precious day!!! I went with my sisters (5) on a retirement trip!!!

The guide wasn't good. He didn't explain well about the activities.