Montgenevre is located just two kilometres from the Italian border near Sestriere and Sauze, and is convenient to reach by air, road or rail.
Turin (Torino) International Airport in Italy is just 1 hour, 30 minutes from Montgenevre by car and is the main air transportation gateway to the region. The airport is served by many airlines, including Ryanair from London Stansted and British Airways from Gatwick twice each day, as well as Air France, Lufthansa and KLM, which have flights to Turin from many UK regional airports. You can also access the ski resort via Geneva or Milan, approximately 2 hours, 30 minutes away.
Montgenevre is between 9 and 11 hours from the French port of Calais, with several interconnecting motorways leading to the region. The ski resort is situated only 30 minutes from the A32 autoroute. From Paris, take the autoroute to Grenoble, and then follow signs to Briancon/Montgenevre.
Briancon railway station is a mere 12kms away from the resort, and is reached from London Waterloo station via Eurostar to Paris (four hours), then a local French train to Briancon. Transportation from the station to Montgenevre is provided by taxis. An alternative is taking the TGV from Paris to Oulx in Italy, which is only 17kms from Montgenevre; the trip takes only 4 hours, 30 minutes. From the station you can take a taxi or a local bus. It is also possible to get trains from all over Italy to Oulx, bringing Milan, Genoa, Bergamo and many other cities within easy reach of the resort.
Eurolines buses run from the UK to major cities in Italy, France and Switzerland, where you can then use road or rail transportation to Montgenevre ski resort.