Tramway Du Mont Blanc, Chamonix

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Tramway Du Mont Blanc, Chamonix - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: The train runs between le Fayet and Nid d’ Aigle

Phone: +33-0450532275

Ticket Price: 35 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:45 pm Details

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The Tramway du Mont Blanc or the Mont Blanc Tramway is a mountain railway in France. It is the highest railway line in France and one of the highest in Europe as well. The magnificent view of Mont Blanc that the tram route offers makes this journey very popular with the tourists. Inaugurated in 1909, the Mont Blanc Tramway is one of the oldest mechanical uphill rides in the valley.

Tramway Du Mont Blanc Ticket Prices

  • Adult (16+)- €35, Children (4-15)- €29.80.
  • The mentioned prices are for return trip.

Restaurants Near Tramway Du Mont Blanc

  • Snack counters at the tramway terminus

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  • loved our tram ride...awesome views, friendly staff...only went half way to col de voza, due to age restrictions for young children, but still loved the ride up and views from here, especially a wander out to la prarion, an amazing viewpoint!

  • Very nice, a little pricey but well worth. You can spend the all day walking about. At the top there is the possibility to walk about a reasonably easy walk

  • Website said it was open today, we got there and it closed down on 3 September until December! Disappointing

  • Fantastic tramway with amazing views of Mont Blanc, the valleys below, and the towns nearby as you ascend on its west side. You definitely want to be on the right side on the way up and the left side on the way back down for the best views. Bring your lunch and take the 11am tram up and the 2pm tram back down if you don't plan to hike much, otherwise give yourself more time. There are cafes and restaurants, but if you cam,.pack your own!

  • Great trip up to the glacier. Pricy but well worth the money.

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