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Bourg Saint Maurice, "the mountain in the city"
At an altitude of 840 meters, Bourg Saint Maurice merits its slogan: "the mountain in the city". Holiday-makers can make the most of its famous ski resort, "les Arcs", which offers an incredible view onto the Tarentaise Valley and the Mont Blanc.
Bourg Saint Maurice is the ideal place-to-be for the sport lovers and so easily reached by train.
You may be spoiled for choices between cycle touring, ski/snowboard, paragliding,… Especially as a package called "remarkable itinerary" make you appreciate the beauty of the landscape of Savoie. Stroll along the lake, consequence of the famous Roselend dam, and discover the lovely Sainte Marie Madeleine chapel, erected in the memory of the engulfed hamlet. Take a shuttle to the "Chapieux", stop-off point and refuge from the Roman period. Take the opportunity to learn about the delicious cheese "Beaufort" making.
Visit the Minerals Museum, presenting the "cristalliers" life, explore the roasting workshop "Les cafés Lorvert" or the Apple Museum.
Getting to and from Bourg St Maurice
|To Aix Les Bains||03:30|
|To Lyon St Exupery Airport||04:21|
|To Bourg En Bresse||05:23|
|To Marne La Vallee||05:45|
|To Paris Cdg Airport||05:59|
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Bourg St Maurice can be found.
While you're there
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"Arriving at Gare du Nord we (family of 2 adults and 3 kids under 10 plus luggage) had just under an hour to transfer to Gare du Lyon. The staff at St Pancras reiterated the Rail Europe website recommendation that the best way to connect between the stations would be by metro. We missed our train by seconds having spent a harrowing time trying to move the family and luggage through the labyrinth. Broken down escalators, lifts, poor directions created a very stressful experience for us. Should have taken a taxi. The family watched the train depart Gare du Lyon and at the same time I lugged the last load of bags up the platform stairs. Headed straight to the ticket office to try and reschedule. Queue was well organised but ticket system display showed currently serving #58 - my number #119. Reached the counter 9 minutes prior to next train departure and was charged 200 euro for the effort!!!!! Made the train with seconds to spare. Enjoyed the journey. Don't take the metro unless you are travelling light and can negotiate the obstacle course. IT WAS LIKE THE AMAZING RACE. "