Grenoble Things to Do

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  • 1. La Bastille

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    Most cities have their focal point, whether it be a main square or famous landmark and Grenoble is no exception. The Bastille is, or was, a military fortress overlooking the city, but it won’t be for...

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  • 2. Halle Sainte-Claire

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    The inside of the "Halle Sainte-Claire" is not easy to photograph as the booth built for the various shops have walls that forbid having a general view. You will find every fresh food shop except...

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  • 3. Eglise Saint Andre

    The Clock tower of the Collégiale Saint André was built in Gothic style in the XIVth century and is 56 meters high. It is surrounded by houses and cannot be seen better than on this photo. The...

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  • 4. Roman Wall

    Most of the Roman wall of Gratianopolis still exists but is completely hidden as it is included in houses and forms a wall for the ground level, holding several stories of housing. Several towers...

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  • 5. Quartier St Laurent

    This photos shows on the right bank of the Isére, the "quartier Saint Laurent". On the left bank, a square tower is on the back of the "Musée de Grenoble". A little further, the clock-tower of Saint...

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  • 6. Eglise Notre Dame

    Notre-Dame cathedral is complex. Its nave was built in the first half of the XIIIth, the south part in 1470. Renaissance chapels were added at the beginning of the XVIth. Major alterations took place...

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  • 7. Parc Guy Pape

    You will not be bothered neither by bicycles nor by motorbikes as they are forbidden. No rollers neither : they are not forbidden but the trail is too steep and there are many parts which have stairs,...

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  • 9. Place St. Andre

    If you’re looking for a quaint area of Grenoble then Place St. André is as near as it gets.In the Middle Ages Grenoble was a divided city split by bitter...

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  • 10. Resistance and Deportation Museum

    Although it’s not unique to Grenoble a museum like this isn’t found everywhere.It not only follows the role of the resistance movement in the Grenoble and Isere...

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  • 11. Relax time: Champs-Elysées park

    Strolling in the Champs-Elysées park is a good way to relax. Park is great, well located, an it is a good break for families and why not for tourists. The view...

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  • 12. Vercors regional natural park: the natural citadel

    Vercors is wonderful.Over the centuries water has cut through its cliffs forming deep gorges, superb natural amphitheatres, caves and abysses that are famous...

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  • 13. Grenoble city: center and old town

    I recommend :1- The ancient fortifications of the Bastille, at the foot of the Chartreuse massif, tower over the Grenoble area. This is now one of Grenoble's...

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  • 14. Stendhal house, the entrance

    The Stendhal house is actually an unfurnished part of the XVIIIth century apartments of Gagnon, the grandfather of Stendhal which can be visited. Temporary...

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  • 15. Flea markets in Grenoble

    Every sunday morning you will find a lively flea market just behind the Porte de Lyon, at the entrance of Grenoble, on the Intermarché parking lot. Also every...

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  • 16. cafe

    My British wife and I recently spent a few days in Grenoble. We found it to be a very nice City in a spectacular setting. The highlight for us was, however, an...

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  • 17. Catching the wild Dahu

    Someone could suggest you to participate in a (night-) capture of the enigmatic dahu in mountains areas. Be aware that:- The Dahu is very very rare (Alps:...

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  • 18. Monteynard lake: amazing footbridges

    A spectacular and contrasted route, marked out by magnificent points of view on the lake and the summits.Curl (or almost) the tour of Monteynard lake is...

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  • 19. Chartreuse nature park: High quality natural and c

    A mosaic of landscapes , alternating open alpine pastures, high-altitude forests and long cliffs. Local history is strongly influenced by the presence of the...

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  • 20. The Chartreuse Cellars: religion and ...liqueur

    One of the largest liqueur cellar in the world ! Interesting and original visit that I recommend, covering the Chartreuse Order, the distilleries and economic...

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  • 21. La Place Saint-Andre and the old Parliamentary.

    A very historical square with Saint-Andre Church and the Parliamentary Building, Gothic and Renaissance style. When I was visiting there, it was Saturday and a...

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  • 22. Sightseing & saroundings

    .....the old city is a vital part of the city, it worths all tha walking you can endure.In every sibgle corner there is a building worth admiring! open spaces...

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  • 23. Go for a walk

    Place Notre Dame and Place St. Andre are two very picturesque squares. Grenoble is a university town so it is lively both day and night. There are outdoor...

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  • 24. Excellent Art Museum

    We were very impressed with the Musee de Grenoble, the beaux arts. They have an outstanding collection in an excellent setting. The lighting was particularly...

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  • 25. Try for the Stendahl Museum

    This is a small but charming museum dedicated to the writer Henri Beyle, known to the world as Stendahl. Stendahl was born in Grenoble but was rather negative...

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