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Located at the intersection of Switzerland, France and Italy, the peak of this massive mountain reaches a height of 15,771 feet, marking the tallest point in the Alps.
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24 Feb 2017
“MOUNT BLANC TUNNEL PASS”
8 Aug 2017
“Very pricey”
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Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

The views to the tunnel are spectacular, but the cost of going through this tunnel is over priced in comparison to other toll paying routes. Considering how long this tunnel has been in operation it is about time the cost was reduced. For our return...More

Thank Roma108
Reviewed 24 February 2017

Very spectacular, particularly when coming out in Aosta on the italian side. Bit expensive but definitely the way up and down is beautiful.

Thank toniobStVenera_Malta
Reviewed 25 August 2015

Driving from southern Italy up through Valle d'Aosta to the Mont Blanc Tunnel the experience is simply stunning. The views and country side are breathtaking. Arriving at the tunnel we found there to be a very long queue only due to volume of traffic. Although...More

Thank ThePatersonGang
Reviewed 31 July 2015

We arrived to Four Seasons hotel Geneva and found we had a pre-arranged helicopter ride up around Mont Blanc and had to leave immediately to Geneva Airport to the helicopter field to meet my partner’s family. Once we checked in we went to the little...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 12 July 2015

We stayed in Chamonix, a very beautiful and peaceful town. Went to Mount Blanc next day by cable car. This is the highest peak of Europe. View was stunning.

1  Thank KrishDwivedi
Reviewed 14 January 2015

We took a tour from Geneva arranged by key tours . Excellent guide in English well informed and managed.. We got to the chemo is village with a reasonable picturistique drive from Geneva. A breathtaking view of mount blac along with the adjacent alps that...More

2  Thank Raji P
Reviewed 23 October 2014

Went through the tunnel on our way into Italy as a short cut. Quite pricey but definitely worth it for the spectacular views. I understand that at peak season times the delays can be horrendous - a friend of ours had to queue for two...More

2  Thank Della and Jules S
Reviewed 19 June 2014

Came across Mont Blanc while on the way to Geneva from Rome, by road. Large mountain range with most of them snow cladded. There is italian side and swiss side for the range. The road tunnel has speed limit of 70; with vehicle to vehicle...More

1  Thank akbar sheik h
Reviewed 24 September 2012

The view from the top is breathtaking and well worth seeing, however getting there is not so good an experience. The cable car tariff is expensive, the cable cars take 72 people and they get 72 people in which means you are crammed together. If...More

4  Thank Frances R
Reviewed 1 September 2012

A must do if you're every in Chamonix. A little pricey, although worth the experience. When we on the ground the temprature was roughly 23 degrees, at the top -5 and snow covered, obviously. Dress warmly!

3  Thank melissa9brown
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