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Grenoble is a city in southeastern France at the foot of the French Alps in the Rhône-Alpes region. Originally a Gallic settlement, it would eventually go on to be a world leader in industry, particularly in the field of hydro power. Aside from being a center of science and industry, Grenoble offers plenty of modern attractions including exciting museums, atmospheric restaurants, thriving shopping streets, and a bustling nightlife. The rugged terrain around the city offers thrill-seekers an opportunity to hike across some of Europe's most picturesque areas, and the city itself is an idyllic getaway destination for couples and families alike. Finding the right hotel in Grenoble suited to your budget and expectations can often be a long-winded task. With the help of Venere, booking is simple, and you can make an informed decision with the aid of thousands of hotel submitted reviews, photo galleries, and an interactive map to explore the area.

What's Grenoble Like?

Grenoble offers something for everyone, whether you have come to experience the authentic culture of the south of France, or would like to visit some of its most historical landmarks, there is something for everyone. One of the most inspiring landmarks in the city is La Bastille (The Fortress), an ancient walled hilltop structure which overlooks the city reachable by cable car, offering some of the most scenic views in the area. If history excites you, then the Archaeological Museum will be worth a look as you can explore Gallo-Roman as well as medieval ruins. The city has a thriving nightlife thanks to the large student population, and there is everything from jazz bars to Irish pubs and clubs. Shoppers will be delighted with the many shopping streets and markets throughout Grenoble, with some of the most popular air markets being the Halle Sainte-Claire and Fromagerie Les Alpages cheese market.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Grenoble

The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate, which results in dry, hot summers and a pleasant winter. The summer months last from min June to late August, and afternoon temperatures usually average around 77° Fahrenheit, although in recent times it has been known to reach almost as high as 100° Fahrenheit. Grenoble hosts several festivals throughout the year, some of the most notable being the Grenoble Jazz Festival in March, as well as both the Open Air Short Film Festival and Cabaret Frappé in July. The principle railway station in the city, Gare de Grenoble, offers direct high speed connections to the likes of Paris, Annecy, Valence, and Marseille; perfect for exploring some of the most famous French cities.