Day trip to Chamonix Mont Blanc from Geneva:

Discover the place where the summits meet the sky!

On a day trip explore, the stunning alpine landscape, from Geneva ride a bus to the famous Ski resort.

For centuries there is a real craze for this tiny little town and it amazing landscapes.

On your day trip you have the opportunity to do various activities:

Chamonix Village

Take a breath of fresh air and stroll on the little streets full of charm. The city is the oldest ski resort of France, you will quickly notice it, the streets are full of sport shops, but also local food as honey, cheese or "charcuterie". It is the perfect place to taste a Raclette in one of the restaurants.


Cable car Aiguille du Midi

Ride up the cable car and discover a spectacular panoramic view of the Chamonix Valley and the French, Swiss and Italian Alps at 3842m!

For more than 60 years, this is the place to be in the region.The landscaped terraces offer a 360 ° view on the Alps and Mont Blanc. The 32m steel gallery, also called the Tube, allows you to go all over the Aiguille du Midi.

If the weather allowed it, you can try the unique adventure: "Step into the Void" BREATHTAKING! Three glass walls, floor and ceiling panels, allow visitors to control their vertigo and experience 1035 meters of space under their feet! 


Mer de Glace 

Board the charming red cog railway up to Montenvers, from where you will take advantage of a fantastic view over the Mer de Glace (Iced sea). This magnificent glacier measures more of 7km of length is the longest glacier of France! 

Situated in 1913 meters of altutude, the site of Montenvers offers a grand panorama on the Mer de Glace. Once there, take the path to visit the Ice Cave (20min). You can also take the cable car but careful, you will have to take 480 steps ! Cut into the entrails of the glacier, the cave count us the lives of the montagnads of the begining of the XIX century.

Glaciorium, close to the station Montenvers, put light on the climate change, this place intéractif and educational redraw the history of the training of the Mer de Glace and its evolutions


Good to Know

- Plan warm clothes, sun glasses and sunscreen.
- Visit forbidden to children under 3 years, not recommented under 5 years.