Available December 2017 - April 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Brevent or Grands Montets Ski Pass Package
Geneva Excursions & Tours: A 90 minutes drive by bus through the picturesque Arve Valley takes us from Geneva to 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).
Enjoy the slopes with enviable views on the Mont Blanc massif! Our packages Include bus ride, skipass, skis and boots rental.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva Bus Station, Place Dorcière.
Drop-off location: Geneva Bus Station, Place Dorcière.
Duration: 10 hours.
Start/opening time: From 21st December till 13th April, daily at 8:30am.
End/closing time: At 6:15pm.
Languages: English.

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont Blanc tour full package: Aiguille du Midi, Mer de Glace, Petit Train and Classic Lunch
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Your day trip from Geneva begins with an unforgettable 90-minute journey across Switzerland-France border and through the picturesque Arve Valley to Chamonix, at the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc, the highest peak in the Alps and Western Europe.
We will continue to Aiguille du Midi, a rocky peak near Mont Blanc with snow all year round. On a clear day you can even see Mattherhorn, the famous Swiss peak and icon of Switzerland. Montenvers rise up in scenic cog railway, one can enjoy the fabulous views of the Mer de Glace.
Meeting/pick-up point: Genève bus station (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Nine-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: 8:30am Every day of the year.
-End/closing time: The tour is not available on day 25/12 and 1/1.
Languages: English.

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont Blanc tour including Aiguille du Midi, Mer de Glace and Petit train
Geneva Excursions & Tours: A 90 minutes drive by bus through the picturesque Arve Valley takes us from Geneva to 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). Aiguille du Midi (cable car): a rocky peak near Mont Blanc with year-round snow with a spectacular panoramic view of the Chamonix Valley and the French, Swiss and Italian Alps!
On a clear day, you may even see Mattherhorn, the famous Swiss peak and icon of Switzerland – it’s even found on packages of delicious Toblerone chocolate. You can be the first one on the peak to enjoy the unique adventure: Step into the Void BREATHTAKING! Lunch: When you come down to the village of Chamonix, enjoy your lunch in the centre with the menu of the day, a surprise meal that changes every day. Mer de Glace (mountain train to the glacier): After lunch, board the charming red cog railway up to Montenvers, you’ll enjoy fabulous views of Mer de Glace. This magnificent glacier is 4 miles (7km) long and averages just under a mile wide.
Surrounded by the impressive summits of Les Drus, Les Grandes Jorasses and Les Grands Charmoz, The Montenvers site is a natural living witness of climate change of our era, which offers several visits including the famous ice cave carved into the Glacier, the crystal galleryand its jewels, and also the Glaciorium, a new space entirely dedicated to the glaciers from their birth, to present and to the future.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva Bus Station.
Duration: Nine and a half hours.
Start/opening time: At 8.30am.
Languages: English and French.

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont-Blanc
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Give a twist to your trip to Geneva and spend some quality time in the fabulous mountain resorts at the foot the majestic Mont Blanc. These astounding spaces are the perfect way to get away from the hustle and the bustle of the big cities and to connect with nature. The Alps used to be a large source of inspiration for artists of all fields during the Romantic period in the 19th century. Being Mont Blanc the highest peak not only of the Alps, but of the whole of western Europe (4,807 metres high) this is the perfect opportunity of joining the Romantic artists in spirit and seeing if these stunning hills inspire you too.
To get here, you are first driven on a very enjoyable ride from Geneva and across the Switzerland-France border. The rolling sceneries that glide past your window are truly unforgettable; Switzerland is unparalleled in natural magnificence. Then travel through the picturesque Arve Valley to Chamonix, situated at the foot of the majestic Mont Blanc.
At the mountain resorts, you can choose to spend your time in a variety of ways, all of which will make you feel far, far away from your day to day worries. You might see many skiers that come from all four corners of the world to tackle the endearing sloped of Mont Blanc. To spend a time under the breathtaking splendour of this mountain is a must and an experience that will make your journey so much more worth it.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva Bus Station (Place Dorcière).
Start/opening time: At 8.30am.
-End/closing time: At 6.15pm.
Languages: French and English.

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont-Blanc: Aiguille du Midi
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Leave the stress of big city far behind you and come along on this unforgettable journey to the most breathtaking mountain range in Europe: the majestic Alps. On this tour not only will you see the highest peaks in Europe, the endearing Mont Blanc, but also visit Aiguille du Midi, an awe-inspiring peak near Mont Blanc that is ever covered with a blanket of snow.
Begin your trip with an unforgettable drive from Geneva across the Switzerland-France border. Continue through the splendid Arve Valley to Chamonix, which is located right at the foot of Mont Blanc. Admire the sublime beauty of the tallest mountain in the Alps and in Western Europe, a staggering 4.800 metres high.
Make your way then to the snow-capped Aiguille du Midi. Thanks to a nimble two-stage cable car, you will reach the mountain’s summit in no time. Be awed by the unparalleled panoramic views over the Chamonix Valley and the French, Swiss and Italian Alps. You might even be able to distinguish Matterhorn, the iconic peak of Switzerland.
At the Aiguille de Midi summit you can take pictures or dreamily land-gaze from a choice of terraces and balconies. Watch skiers zoom past as they master the slippery slopes of the glacier. And if it happens to get a bit nippy up there, you can also sit down at a café to warm up with a nice cup of hot chocolate or even enjoy a light snack.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bus Terminal (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Nine to 10 hours.
Start/opening time: The tour operates daily all the year (except 25/12 and 01/01) and departs at 8.30am.
Languages: French and English (min 8 pax).

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont-Blanc: Mer de Glace
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Live and breathe the majesty of the great outdoors in one of the most dramatic landscapes on Earth: the awesome Alps. This tour takes you first to the foot of Mont Blanc, which looms ominously in all its breathtaking splendour, and then to discover the unforgettable Mer de Glace. If you are looking for an excuse to escape the city and lose yourself in the contemplation of nature, this is your chance.
Leave Geneva far behind you with a relaxing drive across the border that separates Switzerland and France. Glide through the picturesque Valley of Arve and wind up in Chamonix, at the foot of Mont Blanc. Here you can admire the highest peak in the Alps and, for that matter, in all of Western Europe. Its hulking 4,800 metres are sure to leave a lasting impression.
Head back down to Chamonix for a hearty lunch. Then, once you have quenched your appetite, hop onto the charming red train cars of the scenic rack railway that trundles along to Montenvers. This rickety but sturdy railway was been transporting passengers through the mountains since 1908. Once in Montenvers, enjoy the best vantage point over the Mer de Glace. This splendorous glacier is an incredible seven kilometres long and averages about a kilometre in width. Around it are the summits of Les Drus, Les Grandes Jorasses and Les Grands Charmoz.
This is the perfect place to contemplate and learn all about the glacier and the Alps.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bus Terminal (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Nine to 10 hours.
Start/opening time: The tour operates daily all the year (except 25/12 and 01/01) and departs at 8.30am.
Languages: French and English (min 8 pax).

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Chamonix Mont-Blanc: Package Mer de Glace, Little Train and Lunch Included "Classic Menu"
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Prepare to be filled with awe on this comprehensive tour of the most breathtaking sites in the Alps. If what you are searching for is a bit of inner peace and a humbling contemplation of the wonders of Mother Earth, this is the tour for you. A journey to the Alps is always a healthy reminder of how small and powerless we are alongside the powers of nature.
Depart from Geneva and enjoy a leisurely drive across the Swiss-French border. Delve into the beautiful Arve Valley towards Chamonix, located at the foot of the looming Mont Blanc. At 4,800 metres above sea level, this majestic mountain is the single highest peak both in the Alps and in Western Europe.
Continue then to Aiguille du Midi, a rocky peak that neighbours Mont Blanc. This wonderful mountain has a magical atmosphere for it is covered with snow all year round. It offers a spectacular vantage point of the Chamonix Valley and the Alps. On a clear day, you can even see the famous Swiss peak Matterhorn.
To wrap up your experience, hop onto the quaint red train cars of the scenic rack railway. These rickety vehicles, that have transported people through the hills since 1908, take you to Montenvers. At this site you have the very best views of the Mer de Glace, an astounding glacier that is seven kilometres long. Contemplate the way the light plays of the slippery surface of the ice and fall for the charms of nature.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bus Terminal (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Nine to 10 hours.
Start/opening time: The tour operates daily all the year (except 25/12 and 01/01) and departs at 8.30am.
Languages: French and English (min 8 pax).
Others: Please note that the cable car to Aiguille du Midi is NOT included.

Available until 25 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Explore the old town of Geneva and Annecy
Geneva Excursions & Tours: The city tour of Geneva will bring you to visit the International part of Geneva through the centre of the world’s peacemaking organizations followed by a tour of the main tourist attractions of the city like the Fountain and the wonderful Flower clock. Then get a taste of Geneva’s history with the mini-train Tramway Tour and dig even deeper into the Old Town with your guide on a walking tour.
Annecy, called the “Venice of the Alps” offers to the visitors harmonious and romantic landscapes. The old town and its colorful pedestrian streets, crossed by the river Thiou draw a picturesque and enchanting framework. Its numerous food markets, creators, or its flea markets enliven the streets. Rich in cultural activities, from museums, castles and exhibitions, Annecy is rated the label “Art and History” so dear to the hearts of the inhabitants. Not to mention the pleasure of the senses with a traditional dish in one of the many restaurants Annecy. Not to mention its lake and its surroundings.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bus Terminal, Gare Routière, Place Dorcière.
Duration: Six and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
Languages: French and English. German, Italian and Spanish upon request.
Others: Participants must have their passport with them, since the tour rides to France.
Children between 0 and 3 years old, free of charge. Children between 4 and 12 years old, child's fare applicable.
Admission to museums, castles and cruise are not included.

Available until 29 October 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Geneva and Annecy tour by tram, boat and on foot
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Explore two beautiful cities either side of the Swiss/French border as you take in the highlights of both Geneva and Annecy on this tour. Discover the international part of Geneva, the center of world peacemaking organisations before walking through Geneva’s old town and visiting its famous fountain and flower clock. Then make the short trip across the border to Annecy, often called “The Venice of the Alps”. Its colourful old town on the banks of the river Thiou with its castles, outdoor food markets and exhibitions make Annecy an enchanting and memorable daytrip if you are staying in Geneva.
Walk through Geneva’s beautiful old town as your expert local guide leads you past multicoloured houses and paved streets. Visit the United Nations office before taking in a broader view of Geneva as you glide through the city on the modern mini-train Tramway Tour. Ensure you bring your camera as you will take a boat trip around Lake Geneva’s iconic water jet.
Make the short journey to Annecy and discover one of the prettiest small cities in the whole of France. Built around the river Thiou, Annecy is well known for its rich culture of art and history and its museums, castle and exhibitions attract many visitors each year. Take the opportunity to sample the traditional French cuisine in one of its many fine restaurants and hunt for local produce in the open-air markets before heading back to Geneva.
Duration: Between seven and-a-half and nine hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
Languages: French and English. German, Italian and Spanish, depending on the guide, but not guaranteed.
Others: Children aged between 0 and 3 years old, free of charge. For children aged between 4 and 12 years old, child's fare applies. Admission fees to museums or castles are not included.

Available until 31 December 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Geneve Pass
Geneva Excursions & Tours: As locations go, few cities can beat Geneva. And as a means to explore this beautiful city, none beats the Geneva Pass. Available in 24, 48 or 72-hour formats, this value-for-money ticket allows you to make the most of more than 50 top tourist attractions.
The Geneva Pass gives you free entry into dozens of museums and exhibition as well as guided tours, mini-train tours, cable car rides, cruises and kayaking and canoeing adventures on Lake Geneva. There is even an organic wine tasting session. Rain, hail or shine, this is your ticket to the best indoor and outdoor activities.
Head to the shore and jump aboard for a cruise of the lake and enjoy unparalleled views of the city and the majestic Mont Blanc. Or enjoy an altogether different view by taking the Saleve cable car, which climbs more than 1,000 metres in less than five minutes.
Hop on a mini-train and zigzag your way through the narrow streets and alleys of the Old Town. There are also mini-train routes along the right bank and the left bank.
Or if you prefer a more laidback approach, join up with a guided walking tour of the city’s must-see locations and its secret corners. Then relax and savour organic wines at a quaint little wine shop.
Escape to the great outdoors and avail of a free hour on a canoe and kayak with the stunning backdrop of the city and Mont Blanc.
Not forgetting free entry to all those museums, including the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and the Ethnographic Museum plus much, much more.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up the pass at the Visitor Centre on 18 rue du Mont-Blanc, between 10am and 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday, and 10am to 6pm on Monday. Sunday and public holidays between 10am and 4pm. The guided walking tours are available in English, French and German.

Available until 28 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Geneve city tour
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Learn all there is to learn about the city you have so often heard about on the news. Geneva is the backdrop for a great many of the world’s peace processes – and is it any wonder, being in the heart of the country that didn’t get involved in any of the two world wars? This tour of the city is the best way to get your bearings and see all the most famous landmarks in a city that often holds something as powerful and as frail as peace in its hands.
After joining your knowledgeable guide, who will make this tour so much more enjoyable thanks to his eloquent narratives of the stories behind every famous site, head off for your first destination: the International part of Geneva. This is the very centre of the world’s peace-making organizations and you will see all the magnificent buildings in which they operate.
Later on, explore the main touristic attractions of the city, of which there aren’t few and they all excel in beauty. See for instance the wonderful Flower Clock and the spectacular Fountain.
Complete the experience by adding a touch of Geneva’s history to the tour. Hop aboard the mini-train Tramway Tour and, later on, delve even deeper into the Old Town alongside your guide on a comprehensive walking tour of these ancient streets. Geneva is a charming and quaint city that combines on its streets politics and human interest, like walking through a newspaper.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva Bus Station (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Two hours.
End/closing time: Depending on the time of departure of the tour.
Languages: French and English (German, Italian, Spanish depending on the guide but not guaranteed).

Available until 29 October 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Geneve city tour and boat cruise
Geneva Excursions & Tours: The city tour of Geneva will bring you to visit the International part of Geneva through the centre of the world's peacemaking organizations followed by a tour of the main tourist attractions of the city like the Fountain and the wonderful Flower clock. Then get a taste of Geneva's history with the mini-train Tramway Tour and dig even deeper into the Old Town with your guide on a walking tour. To complete this City Tour, continue on the lake with a one hour commented boat cruise which will make you discover the major attractions of the lake of Geneva : the stone of Niton, the Water Fountain, the Black Harbour, the Diodati house, The UN building, the castle of Bellerive, the Mermaid, and many more interesting sites. For your pleasure, some drinks will be offered to you during the cruise.
Meeting point: Geneve bus station.
Duration: Approx. three hours.
Start/opening time: From 1st June to 30th September daily at 10am and 2pm. During May and October on weekends at 10am.
Languages: French and English (German, Italian, Spanish depending on the guide but not guaranteed).

Available until 29 October 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Gruyéres from Geneva
Geneva Excursions & Tours: There is no better temptation than chocolate smell! Be delighted with this journey through chocolate tradition. Admire breath-taking landscapes of Gruyères. At the top of the hill, breathe pure mountain air and hear cowbells in the pasturelands. Visit the ''Maison du Fromage at Prigny''.
Meeting point: Geneva bus station (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Approx. 8 hours.
Start/opening time: Available from November to December only on Sundays at 10am. During the summer season at 9am.
Languages: French and English (German, Italian, Spanish depending on the guide but not guaranteed).

Available until 28 October 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Lausanne Montreux and Chillon
Geneva Excursions & Tours: LAUSANNE, picturesque town built on hills and cultural city. Discover the Old city of Lausanne on a guided walk in the medieval Old Town. Then spend some free time on the lakeside Ouchy. Just before lunch, you will take a ride in the protected site by UNESCO, the Lavaux region to discover the beautiful Vaud countryside.
Then spend a free time for lunch in Charlie Chaplin’s town: Vevey. In the afternoon, Visit the Castle of Chillon, one of the finest monuments of our country. Then, the bus will take you to nearby Montreux, a glamorous tourist resort, where you will wander the streets full of fancy shopping and landmarks of the famous jazz festival. The emblem of the city is the statue of Freddy Mercury.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneve bus station (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Approximately 10 hours.

Available until 28 October 2017
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Lausanne-Montreux-Chillon
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Take an epic journey through the Vaud countryside where you’ll make your way past the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Lavaux vineyard region as you head along Lake Geneva and to the magnificent Montreux.
HIGHLIGHTS:
* Float along on the beautiful boat cruise along Lake Geneva
* Be guided around Switzerland's most visited historic monument: Chateau de Chillon
* Feel fancy as you shop in the marvellous lakeside city of Montreux
Starting out from Lausanne, feast your eyes on over 830 hectares of terraced vineyards! They seem to never end, going on for a mind-blowing 30km on the North side of Lake Geneva. Asides from being absolutely massive, these vine terraces are astoundingly said to have been around since the 11th century.
Set out on the lake on a serene and tranquil boat cruise which will treat you to views that are fit for a postcard. Be in awe of the amazing Alps as you bob along one of the largest lakes in Europe. Lovers of landscapes will be in their element as they are spoilt for choice in this truly pretty and picturesque place.
Get a whole load of history as you’re guided around The Castle of Chillon (in French: Chateau de Chillon) which is strategically placed on a rocky little island. This castle has been around for absolutely donkey’s years, in actual fact it has been around since the Bronze Age! You are sure to be intrigued by its many tales of woe and victory.
Trace the footsteps of Jazz legends as you come to know more about the influence Jazz and music in general has on Montreux. Montreux gladly welcomes over 200,000 people per year to the second most prominent jazz festival in the world which comes second only to Canada’s Montreal International Jazz festival. As well as that, get the chance to shop until you drop in the quaint boutiques on hand downtown.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva Bus Station (Place Dorcière).
Duration: Approx. 9 and a half hours.
Start/opening time: At 8.45am.
Languages: French and English are guaranteed. German, Italian and Spanish could be available depending on the guide.

Available December 2017 - April 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - Skiing in Chamonix
Geneva Excursions & Tours: A 90 minutes drive by bus through the picturesque Arve Valley takes us from Geneva to 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).
In the morning, ride to the famous cable car Aiguille du Midi: a rocky peak near Mont Blanc with year-round snow with a spectacular panoramic view of the Chamonix Valley and the French, Swiss and Italian Alps! On a clear day, you may even see Mattherhorn, the famous Swiss peak and icon of Switzerland – it’s even found on packages of delicious Toblerone chocolate.
In the afternoon, enjoy the slopes with enviable views on the Mont Blanc massif! Our packages Include bus ride, skipass, skis and boots rental.
Meeting/pick-up point: Geneva bus station, Place Dorciere.
Duration: 10 hours.
Start/opening time: At 8:30am.
End/closing time: At 6:30pm.
Opening days/period: From 21st December until 13th April.
Languages: English.

Available until 25 February 2018
Geneva Excursions & Tours - The highlights of Annecy tour
Geneva Excursions & Tours: Visit Annecy, “The Venice of the Alps” and explore its colourful old town on the banks of the River Thiou with its enchanting castles, exhibitions and outdoor food markets. Wander through its beautiful pedestrianised streets and sample the wide array of traditional French cuisine available in its many fine restaurants before heading back to Geneva.
Located on the northern tip of Lake Annecy and twenty miles south of Geneva, Annecy is without a doubt one of the prettiest and most picturesque cities in eastern France. Admire its beautiful baroque architecture as you guide leads you on a comprehensive tour of the city’s highlights. Take in the restored Annecy Castle, the Cathedral of Saint-Pierrre, the riverside Rue Sainte-Claire and the gothic church of Saint-Maurice.
Annecy’s charming cobbled streets are famous for their open-air market stalls, which sell everything from arts and crafts to the finest fresh food from the region. Browse these enchanting stalls and be sure to pick up a souvenir to remind you of your trip. Proceed to the museum located in Annecy’s 12th century chateau and admire its many exhibitions, from Alpine popular art to sculptures and antique furniture. Wander around Annecy’s majestic lake before finishing your tour with a delicious meal in a traditional French restaurant, full of local specialities.
Duration: Four hours approx.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End or closing time: At 6.30pm.
Others: You will cross the French-Swiss border, the Passport is obligatory. Visa (if applicable).

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