Courmayeur Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Courmayeur

Trekking in the Alps – Courmayeur to Les Chapieux

This trip was originally published on travelfreak Last fall, we went for a 2 day trekking trip t...

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7 Days
Ciao Monte Bianco : Courmayeur

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The Perfect Guide To An Enthralling Experience In The Alps

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These Offbeat Places In Europe Are Perfect For The Summers

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At Half The Height of Mt.Everest - My visit to Mont Blanc

Mt.Blanc height is 4810m which is slightly more than the height of Mt.Everest..!!We started from ...

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Hotels and Homestays in Courmayeur


About Courmayeur

Courmayeur is an author's dream and a poet's paradise. It is frequented by the rich and also the not-so-affluent, yet, it showers both with equal amount of love and warmth. When in Courmayeur, especially during the summers which are not like the activity-laden winters, make sure that you find yourself a nice place to stay because no matter what, you will be spending a lot of time indoors, often by the fireplace. While the village has some good hotels, I would suggest that you rent one of the many mountain homes of locals who have moved to metropolises for work. The one that I was staying in defined 'cosy' in ways like no other and was also luxurious at the same time. The icing on the cake was the bookshelf I discovered in my room which contained titles that had been on my reading list for ages. My idea of a perfect vacation had finally been realised. Getting there: Savda Buses running from Turin/Milan terminate at Aosta from where you have another hour long ride to Courmayeur. Booking your tickets online is the best idea and they range from 10 to 15 Euros. Always remember to carry a print out of your ticket before boarding the bus. There are faster train connections as well, but they involve a lot of changes and you ultimately have to get into a bus at Pre-Saint-Didier, therefore, a direct bus ride should be smoother, especially if you have a lot of luggage with you. The journey could take up to 5 hours.

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