Les Gets is one of the easiest Alpine resorts to access should you decide to fly, drive or take the train.
Flying to Geneva
During the winter most foreign travellers choose to fly. Many airlines including easyJet have regular flights into Geneva from a wide choice of international and regional airports.
Getting from Geneva to Les Gets
You have the following main options to reach Les Gets (70km) from Geneva:
- Book a transfer
- Hire a car - see flight/car hire search widget above
- Public bus service - see timetables and prices below:
Driving from the UK
If you're driving from the UK allow an 8-10 hour journey time from the channel ports, depending on weather and traffic of course. The journey is mainly on motorway and tolls cost approximately £50 each way. Don't forget to think about breakdown insurance and snow tyres/chains for your trip.
Search for ferry crossings and channel tunnel here:
Travelling by Train
Train travel is becoming more popular and Eurostar have introduced a service from London St Pancras to Geneva.The first leg of the journey ends at Paris (Gare Du Nord), where you need to transfer to Paris (Gare De Lyon) for the final leg to Geneva (Gare Cornavin). Arrange a transfer from Geneva to Les Gets but you may to get to Geneva airport first, which is just 8 minutes by train from Gare Cornavin.