The metropole of the Alps
The first thing you notice when you arrive in Grenoble is the exceptional landscape. At the heart of the Vercors, Belledonne, Chartreuse, and Oisans mountains, the Grenoble-Alpes Metropole offers a wide variety of outdoors activities in both winter and summer.
An exceptional natural setting
4 alpine ranges and 20 winter sports resorts are just a short drive from the city, including 4 Olympic ski resorts (1968 Olympic Games). This setting is perfect for outdoor activities all year round.
A new way of life
More than 450 traditional and gourmet restaurants.
The 2nd largest collection of modern art in France, with the Grenoble Museum of Art, and the Grenoble-Bastille cable car that offers a breath-taking view of the Alps.
A sustainable metropolis
With its 300 km of bike paths, Grenoble is the second French metropolis for cycling.
5 tram lines and 50 bus lines: an efficient public transport network.
100% of convention venues and 90% of hotels accessible by tram, for eco-friendly events.
The Caserne de Bonne, which won the National Ecoquartier prize in 2009, was awarded the BREEAM Retail in Use environmental certification in 2015.