Paris Gare Du Lyon Train Station Transfer
Paris Gare du Lyon transfers available to ski resorts in France, Switzerland and Italy. We also operate private transfers from Paris Gare du Lyon to neighbouring European airports too such as Charles de Gaulle, Frankfurt Airport, Lyon Airport, and this will usually be cheaper and 100% certain, compared to a taxi booked on the day.
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Ski Transfers from Paris Gare du Lyon to Paris Airport, Chamonix, Courmayeur and many more destinations.
Paris Gare du Nord Train Station Transfers
Major Paris Gare du Lyon Private Transfer Times
Gare du Lyon transfer to Paris CDG Airport = 30min
Gare du Lyon transfer to Geneva Airport = 5hr 26min
Gare du Lyon transfer to Frankfurt Airport = 5h 40min
Gare du Lyon transfer to Brussels Zaventem Airport = 3h 20min
Gare du Lyon transfer to Lyon-Saint Exupéry = 4h 45min
Paris Gare du Lyon Private Transfers to the Alps
Gare du Lyon transfer to La Clusaz transfer = 5h 55mins
Gare du Lyon transfer to Chamonix transfer = 6h
Gare du Lyon transfer to Morzine transfer = 6h 15mins
Gare du Lyon transfer to Avoriaz transfer = 6h 15mins
Gare du Lyon transfer to Courmayeur transfer = 6h 30mins
Paris Gare du Lyon Train Station Transfer
Gare du Lyon – a special station for skiers
Gare du Lyon is a historic, beautiful Parisian station which signifies the beginning of the main journey you take, if you’re taking the train to the Alps after zipping in from another Paris station (usually from Paris Nord).
Where can I go skiing via train station transfer from Paris Gare du Lyon?
Chamonix-Mont Blanc – 6hrs 40min
Paradsiki – 6hrs 55min
Valle d’Aosta – 7hrs
The Vanoise – 7.5hrs
Paris Gare du Lyon is on the way to many French Alps resorts. Getting a train station transfer to your resort it easy, especially for any passengers or tourists who don’t like high speed trains, or find train station changes stressful. Ski-Lifts, ski transfers from train station across Paris make it easy for you to explore the Alps and see much of France’s diverse city, rural and Alpine landscapes along the way.
For long drives such as these, our driver may make a halfway breakpoint to stop for rest breaks, for your health and safety, which may add between 25 and 40 minutes to your journey.
Paris Gare du Lyon to your Ski Resort
You’ll normally use Gare du Lyon to jump on a regional train service to get you nearer to your ski resort and then book a transfer with Ski-Lifts for the final leg. Most resorts are around 6-7 hours drive away in the French Alps. Zermatt is roughly a 7.5hr private transfer trip from Paris Gare du Lyon. So we’d suggest you take the train from Gare du Lyon and make sure you book for transfer for that last bit of the journey.
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Paris Gare du Lyon Railway Station Transfer
Return transfer journey
You’ll receive a text message (SMS) on the day before you travel back to Paris Gare du Lyon.
As with all Ski-Lifts ski railway station transfers, you will arrive at the station with some time to spare – this is to ensure you arrive in good time catch your train. If you are catching a Eurostar, please ensure you are departing from Paris Gare du Nord. For all Ski-Lifts train station transfers, we allow for the possibilities of adverse weather, any pre-notified roadworks and traffic when timing your transfer journey to the station.
Arrivals to Gare du Lyon
Gare du Lyon is a very large train station, but the main entrance and exits are well signposted from the main concourse where our driver will meet you. There will be a short walk across the road from the station as there is no parking in the forecourt at Gare du Lyon – so do make use of the extra hands to help with your luggage.
Get the AM train – be in Chambery, Les Arcs, Montgenèvre or Bourg-Saint-Maurice for a late lunch…
It is a well-known train station for skiers all over the world. From Gare du Lyon, you can easily reach the Alps as they brush the borders of Switzerland, Italy and France together. You can reach the Alps from Paris in as little as 3.5 hours on the TGV, depending on the service you choose.
Paris Gare du Lyon is also the starting point for the popular high speed Alps services, loved by Europeans taking a ski-holiday elsewhere on the continent who change in Paris. NB – the Bourg-Saint-Maurice service only runs in the winter.
There’s also TGV which hurtles through to Turin and Milan, stopping at Chambery, and also to the hidden gem of a train station, Modane (at the weekends) along the way. There’s also the TGV Lyria service which reaches Geneva – a great option for airport transfers, and Lausanne. Finally, in terms of cross-European routes, there is a TGV that speeds all the way to Basel and Zurich; and another to Perpignan and Barcelona from which you can get a transfer with us, to Andorra La Vella.
Eco-friendly Alps Travel
Using the high speed trains are of course, nowhere near as fast as flying. But, the TGVs are undoubtedly one of the most eco ways of getting to the French and Italian Alps, while taking the most scenic route and the most legroom, all while lowering your ski holiday’s carbon footprint.
Can I go skiing in Vosges? It’s only a 4hr transfer from Gare du Lyon…
Kind of. A stunning, protected national park: the Vosges comprise of plateaus and low peaks which support any needs or abilities that are suited to gentle slopes, or slower downhill skiing experiences.
The Vosges as a destination can be helpful for more nervous skiers who want to gradually build up their hardiness to turns, control and altitude, and you should work with a local, understanding ski tutor to help you.
So, can you go skiing in the Vosges? Technically – yes. But certainly not for the traditional powder hound or black run demon by any means – the valleys have soft gradients, the snow is only sure in the late season for mountain peaks below 2,000m.
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Last minute ski transfer?
Yes! Ski-Lifts accept all bookings up to 48 hours prior
Free ski, snowboard luggage
Also yes, we do carry your child seats, skis, snowboards for FREE!
Airport transfer types to suit all budgets
Shared transfer vehicle with other passengers of similar flights & destinations.
One of the most cost effective, efficient ways of getting to the ski resort.
Similar to shared - transfers run on timetables, so you must book a transfer that fits your flight times.
Generally not door-to-door, but cheaper.
All yours. Book a driver and transfer vehicle for your sole use.
No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.
Similar to a private transfers - but with a larger vehicle.
Perfect for larger ski and snow groups wanting to travel together.
Exec & Limousine
Enjoy top-of-the-range Mercedes minivans or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.
Like a private transfer vehicle, but with the additional benefit of travelling in pure style.