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Annecy - Chambery
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Main stations in Annecy and Chambery
AnnecyOpening hours: Monday to Sunday: 4:30am to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday: 4:30am to 9pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV), Regional trains (TER)
SNCF rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons, Lost and found, Waiting rooms, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage trolley, ATM and Public Payphone.
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Travel inspiration in Annecy and Chambery
Annecy, the gateway to Lake Annecy
Annecy is one of most beautiful destinations in France for nature lovers. Around the Lake Annecy, there is a feel of serenity and relaxation. Sports and nature are the prime attractions. One can have a go at water-skiing, rowing, kayak, sailing, kite-surfing, canyoning, skiing, snowkiting, cycling, trekking, paragliding and climbing. All this in an incredibly beautiful natural setting. And of course the town itself has a lot to offer. The landmarks in Annecy are the Castles of Annecy and Menthon St Bernard.
Chambery, experience the unforgettable in the french Alps Mountains
Chambery, in the Rhone-Alpes region in the southeast of France, is home to the impressive Castle of the Dukes of Savoy, founded in the 11th Century. Stroll through the pretty cobbled streets in the fresh Alpine air, soak up the atmosphere at the lively Place St-Leger and don’t miss the quirky Elephant Fountain.
Reviews & ratings Annecy - Chambery
"Train to Annecy"Kathleen b.
It was very easy and only took a few hours to get directly to Annecy from Paris.
"I wish"Walter b. 07/10/2013
No one in Italy would sell us a ticket. Then when we went to Rail Europe on line, no one in Italy would print out our tickets. I thought the EU meant that countries spoke to each other. There wasn't a waiting salon in the Milan train station and very few seats. In Genoa, we had a first and a second class waiting room. The conductor told us we would be 10-15 min late arriving in Chambery...that meant we'd miss our connection. She was mistaken. We were on time. Thanks to the kindness of a stranger we were assisted in printing out our ticket to travel to Gieres and we made our train. The trip would have been more enjoyable without the ticket hassle.