Considering living and working in France? Read on for the lowdown on what makes Grenoble a great destination for expats.
Year abroad student and yoga teacher Liam Lewis shares his views on Grenoble’s sporting culture and invites you to join him for a session of Ashtanga Vinyasa. Read on to find out more!
François Lemaire of e-montage talks to Grenoble Life about his new local business offering flexible car servicing and repairs in English or French, and about starting out as an entrepreneur in the Capital of the Alps.
Gillian Cover tells us about the benefits of Gières basketball club which is bringing the European wheelchair basketball cup to the Grenoble area this March.
We talk to David Simpson and Julie Valade of Upstage about the upcoming production of Black Comedy and a one-off performance of Rêverie. The Life and Loves of Claude Debussy.
We catch up with Grenoble-based artist Jean Michel Ortholand to talk about his new exhibition Je suis un numéro, running at Galerie L’Etranger until 27 February.
Grenoble Life speaks to Christina Rebuffet-Broadus, Grenoble’s TESOL France regional coordinator about some upcoming events and the benefits of being involved in teaching associations.
Marie Verrey shares her tips with those Grenoble-based expats for whom improving their French features top of their New Year’s resolutions.
Mandy Besson shares news of Cité Scolaire Internationale’s annual pantomime production, this year to be Cinderella.
We meet Guilhem Martin, author of ‘Grenoble, Un climat à part’, a new book detailing his passionate observations of extraordinary weather phenomena in the Capital of the Alps.