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Private Tour: Wine Day Tour in the Rhône Valley from Lyon
"The tour starts with a 9:15am pickup from your hotel in Lyon. Your guide will drive you to the south of Lyon (40-minutes drive) and then all along the vineyards.Your first stop will be the archaeological site and museum of Saint Romain En Gal where you will be introduced to the wine industry during the Roman era. This includes a special wine tasting of 'antique' style wine.Next head to a winery for some wine tasting. Your guide will explain the French « AOC » label system which is based on soil origin and grape variety. You will enjoy some of the greatest wines of the region made of Syrah (Saint-Joseph Côte-Rôtie) and Viognier (Condrieu) grapes.Afterwards have lunch in a restaurant where local dishes will be served (own expense). You will be able to try some flavorful wine and food pairings. Your last stop will be a second winery where you will see a cellar dating back to the 18th century and taste the wi""
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Private Provence Tour: Luberon Villages and Lavender Day Trip from Avignon
"In the morning or afternoon you’ll be picked up from your Avignon hotel and taken by air-conditioned mini-coach to the Luberon region located about 1.5 hours away. Stretching 30 miles (48 km) along a ridge of rugged hills east of Avignon Luberon is home to some of France's most appealing hill towns and lush landscapes.From your private vehicle admire views of villages and castles perched on cliffs that cascade down to sprawling lavender fields. Stop in the 12th-century village of Oppède-le-Vieux whose old buildings cling to a rocky hill. Explore the shadowy narrow streets as your knowledgeable guide points out the remains of city ramparts and a medieval castle. Continue to the colorful village of Roussillon which lies within the borders of the Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon and is noted for its large ochre ridge. You’ll be struck by the unique yellow
From EUR38.00
 
Lisbon City Sightseeing Tour
"Meet your guide in central Lisbon or enjoy pickup from your Lisbon hotel and relax on a comfortable air-conditioned coach as you head to the Alfama district. With your guide wander around the streets of this neighborhood the oldest in Lisbon and the birthplace of Fado Portugal's own musical genre. Stop at a local store to sample Portugal’s famous Port wine.Get back on the coach and continue along the waterfront towards Commerce Square (Praça do Comércio) in the heart of Lisbon. Take in views of the Tagus River one of Lisbon’s oldest churches. When you arrive in Belém see the Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries
From EUR35.00

More Transportation in Grenoble

Saint-Etienne-de-Saint-Geoirs airport

The airport of Grenoble is Saint-Etienne-de-Saint-Geoirs, 45 minutes drive from Grenoble. It has never grown to a main airport as the fast train connections to Paris have taken so much on flights than...
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JLBG
Apr 20, 2005

Car

It is easy to reach Grenoble by the autoroutes.. The A48/E711 leads to Lyon and from Lyon the whole Northern part of France. The A49/E 713 leads to Valence and from Valence to the Mediterranean and...
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JLBG
Apr 20, 2005

Railway

The railway station has been built for the Winter Olympics on 1967. Grenoble has a very good fast connection with Paris by the TGV though it runs at high speed from Paris to Lyon while Lyon to...
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JLBG
Apr 20, 2005

Airport : Aéroport Lyon Saint-Exupéry

Aéroport international Rhône-Alpes.A 1h de Grenoble.Navette spéciale depuis la gare routière de Grenoble (04.72.68.72.17).Airport international of Rhone- Alps. To 1h Grenoble. Special shuttle since...
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Klod5
Nov 02, 2004

Gare routière - Bus station

(A côté de la gare SNCF) Correspondance au départ de Grenoble avec les stations de montagne.Ouverture bureau du lundi au samedi de 6h15 à 19h et le dimanche de 7h15 à 19h.(Next to the SNCF station)...
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Nov 02, 2004

tram system

A bus or tram ticket costs €1.20, a ‘carnet’ of 10 tickets – €9.00, monthly season ticket €22.00 for students 19 to 25 years old, or €37.00 for those over 25. Available from the TAG information desk...
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Nicky38
Jun 17, 2004
 
 
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Travel to Grenoble

From Paris On arrival in Paris you need to go to the Gare de Lyon (railway station) to catch the high speed train (TGV) to Grenoble directly (approximately 3 hours). Alternatively there is a train...
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Jun 17, 2004

The easiest way of reaching...

The easiest way of reaching Grenoble is by flying to any of the international airports in Lyons or Geneva, Switzerland. From either of these it's about a two hour train ride to Grenoble's main...
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aldo007
Aug 26, 2002

From Dublin, Ireland to...

From Dublin, Ireland to Grenoble, France. Take a plane to Paris; flying to Lyon is way too expensive! Try to get one of the cheap Ryan Air flights (www.ryanair.com). When you get to Paris, go to the...
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mvladivostok
Aug 25, 2002

By car you can reach Valfréjus...

By car you can reach Valfréjus using the A43 in France, using the last exit before the Fréjus-tunnel connecting France with Italy. Valfréjus is just 8 kilometer to the south of Modane, the town at the...
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schielen
Aug 25, 2002

We went to Valfréjus by bus....

We went to Valfréjus by bus. The travelagent Camelot (click the name to get to their Dutch website) provided this bus. We got on it in Utrecht on a friday-evening and drove through the night so we...
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schielen
Aug 25, 2002

You can get to Grenoble in...

You can get to Grenoble in many different ways. The best ways are either the train or the car: the city is one of the best served in trains (it takes 3 hours to go to Paris) and in motorways. There's...
some_clown
Aug 24, 2002

Like a taxi.

A kind of bicycle. You can get on only 3 people maximum. You can take it Grenette square, in front of the Galerie Lafayette.
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Caniko
Sep 17, 2007

Satolas TGV station.

A TGV station has been built in the airport and allows fast connections (less than 2 hours) with Paris. It has been built in order to allow the airport to be, somehow, another airport for Paris.
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JLBG
Apr 20, 2005

Top Hotels in Grenoble

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5 Rue de la Republique, (formerly Minotel), Grenoble, Isere, 38000, France
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10 Place Paul Mistral, Grenoble, Isere, 38027, France
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7 Place Robert Shuman, Grenoble, Isere, 38000, France
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5 Place Victor Hugo, Grenoble, Isere, 38000, France
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17 av d'Echirolles, Eybens, Isere, 38320, France
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22 place Grenette, Grenoble, 38000, France
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Top Things to Do in Grenoble

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La Bastille

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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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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Eglise Saint Andre

The mausoleum of the famous knight Bayard, "chevalier sans peur et sans reproche", born in Grenoble as Pierre du Terrail, is situated inside the Église Saint André, while its statue stands in the...
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Halle Sainte-Claire

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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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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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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"Grenoble, capital of the French Alps"
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"Capital of the French Alps"
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"La porte des Alpes"
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"Grenoble"
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"GRENOBLE"
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