St Gervais les Bains

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Overview

St Gervais les Bains: gain height! Rise above France from the highest town of the country, St Gervais les Bains. The village counts about 5.500 inhabitants and is famous for being located on the Mont Blanc, the highest french peak, on the southeastern part of France.

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Getting there You can get to St Gervais les Bains from Vallorcine, Amberieu and Chambery. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 09:33 € 20
From Chamonix 00:43 € 10
From Annecy 01:24 € 15
From Vallorcine 01:19 € 17
From Amberieu 02:44 € 29
From Chambery 03:04 € 15
From Annemasse 01:06 € 12
From Argentiere 01:04 € 14
From Les Houches 00:25 € 9
From Les Bossons 00:33 € 9
From Les Pelerins 00:37 € 10
From La Roche Sur Foron 00:44 € 9
From Cluses 00:19 € 9


Getting around From St Gervais les Bains, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Les Houches 00:24 € 9
To Cluses 00:25 € 9
To Les Bossons 00:34 € 9
To Les Pelerins 00:37 € 10
To Chamonix 00:44 € 10
To La Roche Sur Foron 01:06 € 9
To Argentiere 01:07 € 14
To Vallorcine 01:24 € 17
To Annemasse 03:22 € 12
To Annecy 03:25 € 14
To Lyon 04:23 € 30
To Paris 11:19 € 20

While you're there

St Gervais les Bains: gain height!

Rise above France from the highest town of the country, St Gervais les Bains. The village counts about 5.500 inhabitants and is famous for being located on the Mont Blanc, the highest french peak, on the southeastern part of France.

Not far from the italian border, St Gervais les bains can boast about having beautiful landscapes and a great history. There is even an archaeolgical site that reveals the presence of an old fortress.

If you like playing games, you will be pleased to spend an enjoyable evening at the casino. There is also thermal baths if you prefer. Winter sports lovers will thrill skating on the Olympic skating rink or skiing on the highest ski slopes! Heritage amateurs will love visiting the St Nicolas de Véroce’s church, which construction started back in the 11th century but that presents baroque and neo-classic style.

St Nicolas de Véroce’s museum is also interesting.

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  • "paris - lyon"    
    for the first time travelling by train in europe, this trip was very efficient, comfortable, fast and enjoyable!  
  • "A little bit Confuse"    
    Althouth all went fine, cabin type (no photo, no info) and train info were a little bit confuse for people who is not familiar with train. Train clean up is also a concern with restrooms almost impossible to use after hours.