Things to see and do - Grenoble
Unmissable tourist sites
Grenoble Travel guide
Grenoble : Michelin's recommendations
Grenoble, capital of the French Alps, is a large modern city very much on the up. The location of the town is exceptional; to the north are the cliffs of Néron and St-Eynard, to the West the escarpments of Vercors, to the East is the spectacular silhouette of the Belledonne mountain chain. Traditionally an intellectual city, the birthplace of Stendhal, it took on the appearance of modernity at the time of the Winter Olympics in 1968 which added to its reputation as an avant-garde town.
Tourist attractions Grenoble : Things to see and do
5 pl. Lavalette F - 38000 Grenoble
The building itself, designed by Antoine and Olivier Félix-Faure and Groupe 66, is a fine example of architectural sobriety. On each side of a gallery, alcoves contain works from the 16 to the 19C, the rounded end of the building being devoted to mod..
F - 38000 Grenoble
Rising above Grenoble like a fortress, the Vercors became the largest natural park in the northern Alps in 1970. It is reached by narrow gorges such as the gorges of Engins, Grands Goulets or La Bourne. The high, open plateaux are covered with forest..
Place Notre-Dame F - 38000 Grenoble
Hidden behind high walls is the old bishops' palace, now home to the Isère Region Heritage Museum .
Breakfast and unlimited Wi-Fi are included in all prices at the ibis Styles Grenoble Centre Gare hotel. The hotel is ideally located 383 yards (350 m) from the train station and 547 yards (500 m) from the city center. The hotel has 54 air-conditioned..
22 Place Grenette F - 38000 Grenoble
Prix Prices from : 62 €
Hotel de l’Europe is located in the heart of Grenoble, within the oldest hotel in the city. The 17th-century building offers modern rooms with a fitness centre and sauna. Each soundproofed guest room is equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite..
5, rue de Miribel F - 38000 GRENOBLE
The ibis Grenoble-Centre hotel is ideally located in the town center in the cultural and pedestrian area. The tram stop just outside the hotel provides access to all the activities that the Capital of the Alps has to offer. The hotel is the perfect b..
6 pl. de Lavalette F - 38000 Grenoble
This place takes its name from a wine named as such by Baudelaire when he stayed at Moulis en Médoc (his poems are printed on the walls). There are delicious traditional Dauphiné specialities on the menu.
2 cours Lafontaine F - 38000 Grenoble
The latest of Grenoble's brasseries, this place with its chic and Baroque decor is impressive! On the menu, the good old classics: beef tartare, confit shoulder of lamb etc. In case you were wondering, Chavant was the name of the owner's ancestors, r..
7 r. Montorge F - 38000 Grenoble
This house cultivates the memory of Napoleon Bonaparte, its most famous guest, by means of a fairly dramatic French Empire decor. The young chef creates daring and inventive dishes, such as the set menu that uses foie gras in every course, including ..
20 r. de Strasbourg F - 38000 Grenoble
Le Village is extremely popular, whether because of the chef's obvious talent, his penchant for fresh ingredients or the decor, which has an industrial edge. Since it is often packed to the rafters, it would be well advised to book ahead.
1 r. Gén. -Beylié F - 38000 Grenoble
This fine 19C townhouse, formerly the Musée Fantin Latour, makes for a fairy-tale setting. There is plenty of character in the food too with its complex associations of flavours, vegetables and vivid colours. The chef makes the food into a real spect..
5 r. Abbé de la Salle F - 38000 Grenoble