Moutiers, a paradise for outdoor sports lovers ! Moutiers is a little commune in the Rhone Alps region, south-eastern France. Surrounded by mountains, it is an idyllic setting to relax, to have a break and to take time to have a breath of fresh air.
|From Bourg St Maurice||00:28||$15|
|From Aime La Plagne||00:12||$15|
Getting around From Moutiers, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Aime La Plagne||00:17||$15|
|To Bourg St Maurice||00:38||$15|
|To Aix Les Bains||02:58||$21|
|To Marne La Vallee||05:12||$144|
|To Paris Cdg Airport||05:26||$118|
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Moutiers, a paradise for outdoor sports lovers !
Moutiers is a little commune in the Rhone Alps region, south-eastern France. Surrounded by mountains, it is an idyllic setting to relax, to have a break and to take time to have a breath of fresh air.
Stemming from a 2.000 years history, Moutiers still has an important heritage that you will be pleased to discover. Visit the St Pierre Cathedral and admire the architecture and statues dating back from the 13th century to the 18th century.
Visit the Museum of the popular tradition and imagine the peasantry’s way of life. If you want to learn more about the local history, visit the museum of archeology.
While you are in the largest skiable domain in the world, you can also enjoy you stay to experience different sports such as skiing in winter, canoeing, climbing, horsing, swimming, trekking or even discover archery on summer!
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 Moutiers can be found.
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- "Excellent " Shane c. 20/01/2015
We had a great trip train was very clean and comfortable in first class . I would not hesitate to recommend your service .
- "Foreigners Beware!" Sonia b. 13/01/2015
Great trip overall but not the sight-seeing trip I expected. Many places have mounds built beside the line as a noise barrier. There are a lot of things they don't tell you, like be careful to stay to the front of the train as sometimes they remove the back carriages and send them elsewhere. Buy a reserved seat and keep your luggage in your carriage if possible. Help us not always handy on the train itself. They gave power points to keep your devices powered up. You can get food and seats are comfortable enough.
- "Vey efficient way to travel" . 31/12/2014
We arrived at Chambery Airport got a taxi to Chambery train station for our onwards journey to Moutier then onto Courchevel. The outward train was cancelled due to a French train strike. However we managed to get another train to Moutier. On arrival at Moutier we go a bus up the mountain to Courchevel. All went well
- "Nice ride" Alvin y. 27/12/2014
The connecting train was not crowded so we enjoyed the ride.
- "Train ride experience " Tanny l. 24/12/2014
Train was comfortable but there is limited luggage space.
- "Some suggestions" . 12/01/2014
We are South African and don't have speed trains so in general the experience was great. Clean and spacious only suggestion I have is to have a larger baggage space area and additions e-ticket machines at the station as we waited 20 min and one gentleman almost missed his train due to having to wait in the line. There was almost no place to put our bags and we were one of 15 more passangers boarding. Otherwise it was very comfortable!
- "TGV-First Class" Walter k. 27/02/2013
Great trip-seats were great. The only issue was that our carriage stopped at our required embarkation point midway between the doors so it was not clear which carriage we were on! Given the very short time to board the train it would have been helpful if the carriages were numbered or the train should have stopped with the doors opposite the embarkation point.