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2018/19 Shared Transfer Timetable

2018/19 Shared Transfer Timetable

Posted on 2nd August 2018 by Admin

We may be seeing the remnants of the summer heatwave across Europe but that hasn’t stopped us from looking forward towards winter and the beginning of a brand new ski season. Last year gave us one of the best snowfalls in decades across large areas of the Alps and we’re hoping for the same again in 2018 and 2019. 

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Snowcompare for Private Transfers

Snowcompare for Private Transfers

Posted on 29th March 2018

If you've tried searching Snowbus for private transfers in the last few weeks you may have noticed that we are now redirecting customers to the new website Snowcompare.com. Our private transfers from Geneva, Grenoble, Lyon and Chambery airports are all still available to book for the end of the season, and next season, but they now feature alongside many other local companies who run similar private transfer routes.  This may seem a little strange, but let us explain exactly why we’ve done it.

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Top Five Ski Resorts in the Three Valleys

Top Five Ski Resorts in the Three Valleys

Posted on 13th February 2018

You’ve got your flights and transfers booked for your skiing holiday and you’re ready to hit the slopes. But which pistes do you spend the most time with, and which ones are the very best on offer?

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Geneva Airport Transfers

Geneva Airport Transfers

Posted on 6th October 2017

Serving as the region’s international travel route, Geneva / Geneve airport (or Cointrin as it was formerly known) is one of the biggest in the area.  Serving as a hub for many European and worldwide airlines such as Swiss, Easyjet, and Etihad; Geneva airport sees up to 15 million people pass through annually.

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Winter 2017/18

Winter 2017/18

Posted on 15th August 2017 by Admin

It may only be August and supposedly the middle of the summer, but we’re already looking forward to the new winter season out in France.  Summer is fine don’t get us wrong, but it’s skiing and snowboarding that we live for, and even a light sprinkling of snow (like they saw on the Tignes Glacier last week) gets us excited for December.

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