Grenoble lies at the foot of the French Alps and is known as the capital of The Alps. Coliving in this winter wonderland is very popular with visitors from all over the world.
Grenoble is an incredible city filled with winter sports, hiking activities, beautiful mountains, and museums. The city is becoming more and more popular with remote workers and tourists. Some main attractions to visit in Grenoble are The Bastille of Grenoble, Grenoble cable car, Le Tord Boyaux, shop at Halles Sainte-Claire, and exploring markets.
The Bastille of Grenoble is a fortress located above sea level. It is the main tourist attraction of the Grenoble area. The Grenoble cable car is a unique experience and an opportunity to view panoramic scenes of the city. If you are looking to have a fun night out, Le Tord Boyaux is a popular bar filled with a student and digital nomad crowd. It has a fantastic atmosphere and is an excellent opportunity to meet likeminded individuals.
Take a hike and enjoy dinner with a beautiful view of the mountains. The Alpes region of France is well known for its incredible food. It's no wonder one of the most popular things to do in Grenoble is eat. Local foods to experience here are Raviole du Dauphine, Bleu du Varcars, which is cheese made from blue cow’s milk. Noix de Grenoble, these are delicious walnuts that have been gathered since the end of September. Another popular food here is saint Marcellin cheese.
Getting around the city is simple for remote workers and likeminded people visiting the city. Grenoble has a fantastic bus and tram system. You can rent a bike to easily explore the beauty and history of this incredible city.
Grenoble is a perfectly safe city for nomads. It is a hub for coliving, coworking, and networking, with its good nightlife, lots of places to work from, and good Wi-Fi. With so much to experience, the city is perfect for those looking for a new coliving destination.
Fun facts about the City of Grenoble:
- In June 1788, the town successfully rebelled against a royal decree
- During World War II, French resistance was active here
- Cable cars in Grenoble connect the town to the summit of Bastille Hill