Great trip. Our favorite out of all. We got lucky and had a small group. The guide knows this trip in and out. Do note the train is not working so they will refund you that part. Thing to note: when you arrive to town, it may be tea time which means several shops will be closed.
The tour was excellent and the tour guide Neil was very good and informative.
Fantastic day. Both Chamonix and Mont Blanc were amazing! Couldn't recommend this excursion highly enough
The trip was great and the guide was really good!
The trip was beautiful and amazing. Had a great tour guide.
I booked this tour as a way to see the alps in the most least time-consuming way possible. The tour itself was wonderful but would not have been worth it without the cable car experience. I had initially not booked the cable car or the lunch with the tour but ended up paying for each of those things there. It may have been more economical to pay for it as a package. Neil is an incredible tour guide!
Lucine G USA
A very interesting and great experience to see the alps from above 3820 meter above sea level
Clayton K USA
Another fantastic tour. You won't want the day to end.
Our tour guide was fantastic - knowledgeable and entertaining! Mont Blanc is stunning and the village of Chamonix is delightful.
Depending on the time of year - dress in layers - the top of Mont Blanc is COLD! Midpoint is a delightful cafe for sandwiches/hot chocolate/coffee - with spectacular views.
DO NOT MISS this tour - take the entire day - do not limit yourself by only going for a half day!
My wife and I booked this excursion through Viator in early September. We note from the confirmation email that the tour is actually operated by Key Tours. Our tour guide Neil was a nice guy who gave lots of information about Chamonix and Mont Blanc during the 1.5 hour bus travel. Chamonix is a very quiet and nice small town. Climbing up to Aiguille du Midi via cable car is a wonderful experience that we enjoyed very much. The view on mountain top is marvelous and one would never forget. Weather was great and we spent the whole morning in Aiguille du Midi before going back to Chamonix for a quick bite. Since the Montenvers Mer de Glace was closed during our visit, Neil offered us a nice replacement in the afternoon - to climb up to the mountain opposite to Mont Blanc by cable car. That enabled us to have a better view of the magnificent Mont Blanc. Before we headed back to Geneva, we had a nice walk in Chamonix. The tour was about 10 hours in total.
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