Les Estudines Marie-Curie

60 / 62, rue Felix Esclangon, Grenoble, 38000, France
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xmas day in grenoble

by issykel

Hi there

I'm an Irish woman travelling to Grenoble for xmas. I would love if someone could tell me what xmas day is like. Is everything shut down as in Ireland? Most importantly, are there restaurants open for xmas dinner.

Have not been able to find this out on net so I really would appreciate some help on this, the more descriptive the better.

Many thanks
Issy

Re: xmas day in grenoble

by qaminari

Not specifically about Grenoble, but in case you weren't aware, Christmas dinner in France is eaten on Christmas Eve (réveillon de Noël), so restaurants will be serving special meals on the evening of 24/12: there is nothing special for Christmas Day although presumably hotel restaurants will be open.
Shops etc. will be closed on Christmas Day, as it's a public holiday.
There's an Irish pub, O'Callaghan, at 2 place de Bérulle in the centre that claims to be open 7/7 and might serve you an Irish Christmas dinner - but not lunch as it only seems to open in the afternoons (tel.: +33/0 4.76.01.05.66; email: ocallaghan@wanadoo.fr). And another called The Druid at 3, Rue Diodore Rahoult, tel. : +33/0 4.38.37.08.85. Also the London Pub at 11 Rue Brocherie (tel. 04.76.44.41.90) - pubs generally open on Christmas Day, I think.

Re: xmas day in grenoble

by issykel

Thank you so much for going to the trouble of getting numbers etc, it's really kind of you and your information has been very helpful.
Issy

Travel Tips for Grenoble

I found this city very clean,...

by arteimagen

I found this city very clean, practical and nice, congratulations for all the citizens, these time I take a bus and was on board for all the route, Gooooooddd!!!! Thanks to all the people I meet in Fontanil sepcialy to these people who help to Mrs. Andonie and me during the race. SEE ALL MY GENERAL TIPS WITH PICTURES !!!

Parc Paul Mistral, Monument des diables bleus

by JLBG

The "Diables bleus" (Blue Devils) are the Alpine commandos, the "Chasseurs Alpins", specially trained to move and operate in the mountains, at high elevation. They became famous during WW1 and even much more during WW2 when they played a main part in the Liberation of the Alps. This monument commemorates their bravery.

Tourist Office.

by Dizzyhead

You find the tourist office at Rue de la Rèpublique and they can provide you with maps, information papers and help you with other things too. It is very good to visit this office and get some information.

Ski or snowboard in the French Alps

by localoptimum

Grenoble is an awesome starting point for ski and snowboard. Of the big stations, Alpe d'Huez and Deux Alpes are easily accessible. For Alpe d'Huez, my favourite spot, consider going to Vaujany, Oz, or Villard Reculas for your lift pass, you'll save yourself 20 mins of driving!

The three valleys is accessible via Orelle on the motorway, from where you take the 3 valleys express over to Val Thorens. To get to Courchevel valley in roughly the same amount of time, go to Le Praz and take the long "Foret" lift up.

There are also many nice, smaller stations in the Grenoble area that international tourists might not have heard of. Locals use Villard de Lans and Prapoutel, which are big enough for a good day out and very close by. Chamrousse is good for skiing, but not my favourite spot for snowboarding because there are many annoying flat areas to cross if you want to get from one side to the other.

We are putting together a web page with all the ski stations in the area, you'll find it at www.ski-grenoble.net. If you have any feedback about the page, drop us a line!

You can use the cable car the...

by happyleptic

You can use the cable car the go to the Bastille; it's worth the view. If you have a car, try to climb up there using the incredibly small roal, turning left in 'La tronche', on the East of Grenoble. But don't try this if you've a big car, you won't be able to turn and get stuck. The same road is used for driving up to la Bastille and returning downtown. No crossing! It's funny the slope is so strong you've to climb in first gear (and use motor brake going down or you will brun your brakes). Fun!

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