There are three airports near Grenoble and the city can be easily reached by train, car or bus. The city itself has a bus and tram network, and cycling is also a good way of getting around as Grenoble is one of the flattest cities in Europe. If you are looking at staying to the South of the city, Campanile offers you two options: Hôtel Campanile GRENOBLE SUD - Seyssins, and Hôtel Campanile GRENOBLE SUD - Saint Martin d’Hères.
Grenoble city centre boasts many great restaurants, with a wide choice of French, Italian and regional cuisine. Try the typical alpine dishes of fondue and raclette in winter, or the famous tartiflette, which is made from potatoes, reblochon cheese, lardons and onions. The Chartreuse liqueur and the mountain cheeses must be sampled too.
Grenoble hosts many events throughout the year. The Grenoble Jazz festival takes place annually over a two-week period, and the eclectic Rocktambule Festival is also held every year. There is a cycling festival in October and a circus festival in November.
Grenoble’s culinary claim to fame is the walnut, one of the rare fruits in France to have AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) certification. Between 14,000 and 15,000 tons of walnuts are produced each year.
http://www.grenoble-tourism.com (official tourist site) http://www.bastille-grenoble.fr/english (La Bastille)