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Whether you’re looking for a weekend in the city or some time on the slopes, an airport transfer from Geneva airport will have you there in no time.

Given its location close to the base of the French Alps, it’s no surprise that Geneva is a major jumping-off point for skiers heading to Chamonix and the surrounding area.

And while a direct transfer might not be the cheapest option, it’ll certainly get you on the slopes quicker. Generally, transfers to Chamonix take an hour and twenty minutes, although it depends on the location of your hotel. Plus, you won’t have to worry about lugging all that heavy ski gear across a national border.

Of course, the Swiss city itself has more than enough to keep you occupied. Sitting pretty on the banks of its namesake lake and backed by soaring mountains, it’s a city with obvious outdoor appeal. Whether you’re after hiking, biking and kayaking, or just fancy gorging yourself on Swiss chocolate, you won’t be disappointed.

Short and sweet, transfers from Geneva Airport into the city centre take little more than 15 minutes, and you’ll be dropped right at your hotel door. It might not be the cheapest offer, but it’s by far the most convenient.

Whatever the final destination, consider your budget, size of group and itinerary before booking your transfer. If you’re only in town for a couple of days, a speedy transfer might be the best option to make the most of your time.

On a budget? Airport shuttles still offer the same door-to-door service, but they’re generally cheaper than a private transfer. It’s an excellent compromise between cost and convenience.

Meanwhile, if you’re travelling in a large group, a minivan or bus might be the right option for you – that’s less time spent corralling the whole crew onto the same train, more time enjoying yourself.

For the best chance of getting a great deal, be sure to compare Geneva airport transfers before you travel with TravelSupermarket.

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