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Surrounded by mountains, France’s ‘Capital of the Alps’ enjoys a spectacular position. There are pristine national parks on every side and the historic city itself bustles with cafe culture, superb galleries and a lively student scene.
Travelling in the early summer means you get to enjoy the best temperatures but also take advantage of affordable accommodation and cheap flights to Grenoble. Tourism peaks in the high summer and is accompanied by a similar hike in prices. The Christmas week is also an expensive time to visit when flight and accommodation prices surge.
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There is a good choice of direct and indirect bargain flights to Grenoble from around the UK.
Alpes-Isere Airport is situated around 25 miles to the northwest of the city and is connected to the city by coach services and taxis, with journeys taking around 35 minutes. The airport serves around 320,000 passengers a year, with international flights across Europe.
Lyon Airport is a little further away, at around one hour by car, bus or train and Geneva airport is around two hours away.
A choice of airlines operates services to and from the airport, including:
Five tram lines cross the city with services every few minutes and the city also boasts an extensive bus network, although this typically stops at 8pm. Daily, weekly or monthly passes are available for all of the city’s public transport networks.
Despite its mountainous surroundings, the city itself is one of the flattest in Europe, making walking and cycling accessible options.
The Parc Paul Mistral is a large park in the centre of the city with extensive lawn areas and tree-lined avenues. At its heart stands the Perret Tower, an unusual structure designed around a watery theme.
For the best views of the city, take the cable car up to the Bastille Hill or make the slightly tougher 40-minute hike. Head back down to check out the Musee Dauphinois, with its exhibitions dedicated to the traditional lifestyles of the region’s Dauphine people.
Grenoble is one hour ahead of the UK and uses the euro.
No visa is required for British citizens visiting France.