With your Grenoble Pass, enjoy free admission to the sites listed below (only one entry per site).
Located in one of the most curious villages of Dauphiné with its houses hanging over the Bourne, the Water Museum is an entertaining and educational complex dedicated to water in all its forms: hydrologic cycle, natural disasters, water in the bod...
Saint Pierre De Chartreuse
The Correrie de la Grande Chartreuse, the former living quarters of the Carthusian monks, invites you to plunge into the heart of monastic life. Come and discover how a Carthusian monk lives, through a new scenography. Explore their history and ar...
A 45 minute stroll by train to discover the historic heritage of the city, the Quays, squares, monuments, and famous people await you, a tour commented in 8 languages: French, Spanish, English, Italian, German, Dutch, Russian, Japanese.
Enter the cool air of these caves (12°C), listed as natural heritage, to admire the clear waters of the Furon. This guided tour opens to you the underground world.
The Tourist Office of Saint-Marcellin Vercors Isere proposes guided tours of Saint-Antoine l’Abbaye and Pont en Royans
What better way than a bike to discover the city? With its 300 km of cycle routes and more than 10 000 bikes to rent at two agencies, Mvélo+ gives you every reason to choose to explore the town by bike. Gear included: bike lock, helmet, basket or ...