For your first day in town, the historic downtown area is the perfect place to begin. You can admire medieval alleyways, Roman ruins and even private mansions. Place de Saint-André offers stunning views of the former Parlement du Dauphiné building. You can spend your last day visiting the city.
A full week in Grenoble at our Campanile hotels will let you discover its various features. The remarkable Tour de l’Isle, built in the 18th century, is part of the Grenoble museum, which we highly recommend visiting. You’ll find a taste of Italy in the Saint-Laurent neighborhood, just a few kilometers from the Italian Alps. Last, discovering Grenoble wouldn’t be complete without a tour of its surrounding mountains.
Castles and museums are accessible to children of all ages and they’re a great way to introduce them to local heritage in grown-up style. The city is home to Parc de l’Ile d’Amour, the largest green space in Grenoble, where sports, including baseball and bicross have special facilities. The Isère and the surrounding lakes offer water activities adapted to the youngest of visitors for moments of fun and physical activity to share as a family.