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How to Get to Les Arcs 2000
A modern ski resort situated in the French Alps, Les Arcs 2000 is the highest point of the mountain town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice. From our short article, you’ll find out how to reach the resort village of Les Arcs 2000 by taxi, public transport, or transfer from the nearest airports.
Taxi to Les Arcs 2000
If setting off from any of nearby air hubs, you’ll effortlessly find taxi cabs parked near the arrivals zone. Prices may be either meter-based or flat. Taxi tariffs at night are always higher. Getting from Geneva Airport costs around 350 euros, taking 2,5 hours. A taxi ride from Grenoble air hub makes about 470 euros and takes 1,5 hours. Make sure to agree on a pricing before getting in the cab.
Transfer to Les Arcs 2000
To avoid all taxi negotiations and make your travel stress-free, you may use an option of a pre-ordered transfer. It’s much more convenient compared to a cab, as you can choose a preferable car class for your trip and know a full fare in advance. Booking a Kiwitaxi transfer is easy: you indicate starting and destination points, how many passengers there will be, and pick-up time. If traveling with small children you should also order child seats for them. Depending on a chosen vehicle class, a private transfer from Geneva Airport to Les Arcs 2000 costs from 369 euros and takes 2,5 hours. A fare for getting from Lyon air hub to the resort starts from 406 euros with journey time taking 2 hours and 20 minutes.
With an individual transfer, you won’t have to spend time arranging a cab – you’ll start your trip as soon as you’re ready to go. Also, you choose how to pay: online by credit card or in cash after arriving at the destination. You’ll enjoy a smooth ride in a comfortable car, driven by a qualified Kiwitaxi driver.
Public Transport to Les Arcs 2000
You may depart from Lyon air hub by Ouibus to reach Chambery and change to another one to Bourg-Saint-Maurice, where you’ll have to take one more bus to the resort. The journey takes over 6 hours and costs 30-42 euros per person. Setting off from Geneva air terminal, you can catch a bus to Bourg-Saint-Maurice as well and take another one to the resort village. You’ll spend 26-89 euros per passenger and around 5 hours. As there is no public transport going from Grenoble air hub to the village, you’ll have to consider taxi or transfer variants to leave the airport.
About Les Arcs 2000
The village is known as one of France’s most famous and luxury ski resorts. It is very large and well-equipped. Being the highest one of all villages in the resort, Les Arcs 2000 also has the best snow and is known to host speed ski runs.