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Do & See

La Bastille

At the foot of the Chartreuse Massif is one of Grenoble’s top attractions, La Bastille, a fort with a spectacular view over the city and the mountain. You get there by means of the "egg lift" téléphérique, one of the most popular excursions.
Palais Ideal

Palais Ideal

At first, one man’s dream of creating his own castle had many people shaking their heads. But the simple postman Ferdinand Cheval struggled for 33 years, stone by stone, to create a castle, which is now world famous for its mythical scenes.
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Horloge Solaire

Nowhere else in the world is there a reflective sundial of this size, and astronomers from all countries come to Horloge Solaire to study the sundial, which still keeps the time today. In 1673, under Louis the XIV, the Jesuit, Father Bonfa, and his pupils painted frescoes covering 100 square meters of the walls.
Musée Stendhal

Musée Stendhal

You cannot visit Grenoble without being reminded of the author Stendhal. His book "The Red and the Black" contains impressions from his early years in the city. In the museum there are manuscripts, documents, portraits and memorabilia from his life and career.
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Le Magasin

Le Magasin was founded in 1986, and is one of Europe’s leading contemporary art centres. Here you can go see numerous exhibitions and visit the onsite bookshop.
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