that takes you from Grenoble
across the river Isere to the Fort de la Bastille for lovely views and restaurant.
Lively Saturday market at Place Saint Andre
Fort de la Bastille
Take an exhilirating ride on the telepherique from quai Stephanie Jay, in downtown Grenoble. In your bubble swing above the river Isere, and climb high to the Fort de la Bastille. Your visit will be well rewarded with great views of the sprawling city and the expanse of the surrounding mountains. The Fort was originally built during the 16th century, and then through the years expanded.
If you are thinking of a bite to eat, in a rather wonderful location, take the telepherique to the Fort's restaurant, daytime or at night, for a memorable meal
See the website for Fort de la Bastille
A little known treasure in this great city is the Merovingian crypt in the Church of St Laurent - one of the oldest Christian sites in France. For the lovers of Libraries - the town has a former library that is often used for exhibitions, next to Place de Verdun. The Library is grand with a high ceiling and tiered floors along its sides.
Place du Verdun with Library in the background, Grenoble