Rise Festival Airport Transfers

RISE FESTIVAL RETURNS TO LES DEUX ALPES FOR 2019

 

Rise Festival Airport Transfers 2019The now infamous RISE Festival is returning to Les Deux Alpes for 2019! The pre-Christmas party in the Alps will run from the 14th December 2019 – 21st December 2019. It promises to be one of the best high-altitude ski parties of the season. Previous guests include Craig David, Sigma, Annie Mac and more. The resort offers fantastic skiing and even better apres ski. With the Main Stage and the Indoor Arena playing host to big names later in the evening, it’s a party not to be missed. All our RISE festival airport transfer buses make 3 stops in the resort so you won’t be far from your accommodation.

 

 

RISE FESTIVAL AIRPORT TRANSFERS FROM GRENOBLE

 

Grenoble Airport to Les Deux Alpes RISE TransfersBen’s Bus has laid on extra buses for the festival dates, with up to 8 running a day. This means you’ll be out of your plane and on your way to the RISE festival with minimal wait. Our prices are an unbeatable £51.50pp Return, £29.80pp Single, but with our group discounts, you could pay just £26pp Single. Grenoble Airport is the closest airport to Les Deux Alpes, with a transfer time of about 1 hour 45 minutes. This service will be popular so make sure you book early. Find out more on our Grenoble Airport to Les Deux Alpes page.

 

 

LYON AIRPORT TO RISE FESTIVAL TRANSFERS

 

Lyon Airport to Les Deux Alpes RISE TransfersLyon Airport to Les Deux Alpes Transfers take just a little longer than from Grenoble Airport, at just over 2 hours. Most buses are direct to the RISE Festival. One of our 3 stops in resort is right outside the main meeting point for the festival. A Return costs £63pp Return but with our group discounts, you could be paying just £55pp Return. As always with Ben’s Bus, a rep will meet you at Lyon Airport and in resort to make sure you get on the bus.

 

Posted 8th October 2019

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