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Why Not to Take Chances with Unauthorised Resort Transfers

Geneva Airport has sadly not proved immune to the growing global problem of unauthorised taxi drivers, transfer operators and general touts operating outside arrivals and looking to pick up the business of travellers. Returning after an admittedly peak-season Christmas trip to Megeve many travellers can say without hesitation that they have never in all their travels to the French Alps seen so many resort transfer services never heard of before and frankly always run a mile from. However it cannot

Swiss Vs French – Which Side of Geneva Airport Should You Rent a Car From?

Here’s a question asked thousands of times every year – is it better to rent a car from the Swiss side of Geneva Airport or outside the other exit in France? A Unique Position There really is no airport in the world quite like Geneva – it’s the only transport hub that exists in both France and Switzerland. The vast majority of flights land on the Swiss side, which also happens to be the largest part of the airport by

Les Menuires – Pretty On the Inside

No matter what your personal thoughts may be on the architecture of the place, Les Menuires is about as good as it gets when it comes to winter sports. Nicknamed ‘The smile of the French Alps‘ for its questionable overall design and layout, this fully purpose-built town has split critics down the middle from the very start and will in all likelihood continue to do so indefinitely. But let’s be honest, it’s only a select few that head into the

Innsbruck Airport Resort Transfer Tips – Golden Rules to Follow

Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to Innsbruck Airport on their way to any number of ski destinations across the Alps. And every year at least 95% of all these plucky revellers get where they’re going with ease. Sadly however, there’s always that relatively small contingency of folk that end up wasting half of their holiday on the roads, rails or any combination of the two. And the real kicker is that they don’t have anyone to blame