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Grenoble, Geneva & Lyon Airport Ski Transfers

Geneva, Grenoble & Lyon Airport Shared Ski Transfers

 

Geneva, Grenoble & Lyon Airport Shared Ski Transfers

Ben’s Bus sells cheap Geneva, Grenoble & Lyon Airport Shared Ski Transfers to most of the large French ski resorts. We’ve been operating our low cost Grenoble Airport ski transfers since 2006 and Geneva Airport ski transfers since 2009.  We’re delighted to be continuing our Lyon Airport ski transfers in the 2017 / 2018 ski season.

 

Low Cost Ski Resort Transfers

 

French Ski Resorts SignpostOur airport shuttle buses can transport you to your favourite ski resort on a sensible budget. The resorts we cover include Tignes, Val d’Isere, Val Thorens, St Foy, Les Menuires, St Martin de Belleville, Les Arcs, Meribel, Mottaret, La Plagne, Alpe d’Huez, Les Deux Alpes, Chamrousse & more. Because our prices are so cheap, we can fill large buses and still provide great customer service. Our cheapest transfer costs just £27.50. However, with our group discounts, you could pay just £24pp for a Single. If you travel with us, you’ll also be keeping your carbon footprint to a minimum. All our buses make stops at Moutiers, Aime and Bourg St Maurice. From these towns you can access even more ski resorts using taxis, public buses or trains.

 

About Ben’s Bus

 

How to Book Bens Bus Ski TransfersBen’s Bus is a UK based company and was started by Ben, a keen skier and snowboarder. He saw the need for a quality, but cheap, ski transfer service. Ben’s Bus was the first company to partner with French coach companies in offering shared transfers with English speaking reps to help the journey go as smoothly as possible. We take the stress out of public transport, the expense out of private transfers and the hassle out of putting snow chains on hire cars. Every year Ben’s Bus has grown both in the number of resorts we service and the regularity of our buses. The only thing that has not kept up with our growth is our prices. Our Geneva, Grenoble & Lyon Airport Shared Ski Transfers remain the most competitive on the market.

 

Our Airport Shuttle Service

 

Despite our cheap prices, we have never compromised on service. Ben’s Bus have representatives at Grenoble Airport, Geneva Airport and Lyon Airport to greet you when you arrive. It’s important to us that your ski holiday starts well. Our reps will guide you to your vehicle, liaise with our French drivers, who know the mountain roads better than anyone, and ensure you get on and off our bus at the right place. To find out more information about the journey you are interested in, please select your resort or airport from the top menu or click on a link below.

If you are looking for a private transfer, please visit our friends at Actibus.

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