Airport transfers from Bergamo Airport to Flumet – choose Alps2Alps friendly and hassle-free airport transfers. We will get you to your ski resort in the most reliable way, at the lowest cost possible.
Below you will find everything you need to know about your journey and some important facts about why you can trust Alps2Alps to deliver a safe airport transfer service.
On average, transfers from Bergamo Airport to Flumet will take around 4 hours, depending on time, weather, traffic and road conditions. Flumet is a very popular ski destination, if you are travelling at high times it can be very busy, you should expect to encounter some traffic and waiting.
At Alps2Alps we will do our best to make sure that you are comfortable for the duration of your airport transfer. We highly recommend travelling midweek to cut down on your journey time and enjoy more time on the slopes.
The standard route from Bergamo Airport to Flumet (320km) will usually take you via routes A4/E64 and E25. Through SP116 and Via Aeroporto move to SS671 (Bergamo). On A4/E64, E25 and N205 move towards Avenue de la Plaine/D1205 (Passy, France). From A40 turn to the exit towards Genève/Albertville. Take Route des Amerands, D1212 and D909 in the direction of the Rue des Aravis/D909 (Flumet). Always ask the driver about the best possible route. Allow yourself more time for the journey if you know the travel conditions may be bad.
Ask your driver for a shortstop (up to 10 minutes) if you want to stretch your legs or have a cup of tea or coffee.
There are several supermarkets en-route to Flumet. You can find everything there: some snacks for the journey, food, drinks, and your ski holiday essentials. That happens that products bought on the way to ski resort are cheaper than those found in the resort stores. Please note that all shop visits should be pre-booked with Customer Support prior to your arrival.
You will enjoy stunning views over to Mont Blanc during your airport transfer. Make sure you have your camera ready!
It’s important to know that your journey from Bergamo Airport to Flumet will take you to a very high altitude. This can present its own potential difficulties.
Bergamo Airport is located at an altitude of 238 meters, while Flumet sits at an altitude of 1,000m. This journey can present passengers with some mild discomfort. Nausea, headaches and dizziness can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Young children are the ones at risk group to feeling especially unwell.
When you combine this air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be difficult for some. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable.
When you are feeling particularly unwell, the unbelievable mountain scenery during your way to Flumet can be the perfect medicine for you.
Flumet is a traditional village with a rich history located in the Savoie Alps at the foot of Mont Blanc. First buildings appeared here between the 12th and 13th centuries.
Flumet is part of the Espace Diamant ski area with access to 185km of downhill skiing, 226 individual pistes, served by 136 ski lifts. Flumet is an ideal place for intermediate skiers and snowboarders. There are a total of 50 pistes in Flumet Ski Area, served by 42 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Flumet itself, appropriate ski pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Espace Diamant ski resorts of Crest Voland Cohennoz, Les Saisies, Notre Dame de Bellecombe, and Praz Sur Arly.
Choose Flumet as the destination for your next vacation and enjoy incredible nature and great skiing!
Bergamo Airport is also known as Orio al Serio Airport. The airport offers a wide range of ski resort to choose from, including resorts in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Remember that it can be very busy during peak ski season. We strongly recommend you to prebook your airport transfer to avoid any unnecessary stress.
Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Bergamo airport will charge you.
If you’re looking for information about your flight to Bergamo Airport, find it here.
At Alps2Alps, we want to offer amazing value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We tend to take a transparent approach to price structure. We always take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our quotes. These include:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
All of the above will only ever result in our base-rate for ski transfers going down – we start with our standard price and then reduce this based on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach means we only ever decrease our prices and never increase them.
Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.
We highly recommend you to travel in the middle of the week if you want to lower your costs, spend less time stuck in traffic and avoid the crowds. A midweek transfer can cut your costs by up to 60%. More discounts are available for the travelling off-season and off-peak. Travelling during off-peak season always means better deals, cheaper flights and hotels. Visit our website for more information.
Alps2Alps are proud to offer our own ski & snowboard equipment storage. Ski Depot service makes it easy and convenient for you. It is possible to leave here your skies or snowboard equipment after your ski holidays. Other ski services are also available, such as repair, edge tuning, wax etc. You just need to give your ski or snowboard equipment to the transfer driver and you will receive them back on your next trip to the Alps, in any airport wherever Alps2Alps operates.
Booking your airport transfer with Alps2Alps is very easy: all you need to do is to complete our online booking form available 24/7. You can also contact us via e-mail or telephone.
Booking online takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.