Skiing in French ALPS! Flights from Vilnius to GRENOBLE from €29 round-trip! Book cheap flights from Vilnius to Grenoble, France and ski in French Alps. Find the cheapest flights and book your ticket at the best price, just only from €29 round-way for Wizzair Discount Club Member and from €49 for all others!
Grenoble is a city of around 158,000 inhabitants (550,000 taking into account the metropolitan area) located in south-eastern France, in the Rhône-Alpes region that encompasses the French Alps. The climate is quite cold in winter, with days of snow almost every year. Summers are known to be hot, as mountains surrounding the town stop any wind. Grenoble is crossed by two rivers, the Drac and the Isère (“the lion and the serpent”), and is surrounded by three mountain chains, the Vercors, Chartreuse and Belledonne.
Vilnius – Grenoble – Vilnius
4 – 11 Feb (€29 with WDC, €49 for all others)
18 – 25 Feb (€49 with WDC, €69 for all others)
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Wizzair discount on Ski equipments! Were you planning a skiing trip this season? Now is the best chance! Travel with Wizzair and get a €15 discount per person for skiing equipment one way (€30 both ways per person).
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