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Cathédrale Notre Dame
Musée de l’Ancien Évêché
On place Notre Dame, the Italianate Cathédrale Notre Dame and adjoining 13th-century Bishops’ Palace – originally home to Grenoble’s...
If Dionysus (god of wine) had a house, this is surely what it would look like: an irresistible clutter of bottles, oil paintings and...
Le Tonneau de Diogène
Grenoble's best known philo-café is a cramped, wonderfully atmospheric place, decked out with polished wood, leather booths, tightly...
Lonely Planet review
This old curiosity shop of a cafe is crammed with antique books, milk jugs, cuckoo clocks and other knickknacks. It draws a young crowd with its wallet-friendly grub – from soups to tartines and homemade tarts.