British blogger and erasmus student Elizabeth Gear shares this post about life as a vegan in the Capital of the Alps. Continue reading A veggie in Grenoble
Géraldine Lepère of Comme une Française shares her tips on how newcomers to Grenoble can get their French interlocuteurs to speak more slowly. Continue reading How to ask French people to slow down when they speak
Considering living and working in France? Read on for the lowdown on what makes Grenoble a great destination for expats.
Gillian Gover tells us about the benefits of Gières basketball club, which is bringing the European wheelchair basketball cup to the Grenoble area this March.
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. Continue reading Grenoble, Un climat à part — interview with Guilhem Martin
Corinne Crespi of Sweet Home Grenoble tells us how the association can help newly arriving expats to discover the region and practise their French.
Géraldine is game-addict and founder of Comme une Française. She offers an insight on how games can improve your French, where to find them in Grenoble and where to play for free. Continue reading 6 games to improve your French in Grenoble
Association Vivre l’Eau invites Grenoble Life readers to join their swimming pool activities for parents of babies and young children. Ivana Orlitova tells all.
Just in time for la rentrée, French teacher Marie Verrey shares her top tips for newly arrived expats hoping to integrate their children into the French school system. Continue reading 5 tips to help your kids integrate into their new French school
We talk to Virginie Michau, a.k.a Mademoiselle Immo, about flat hunting with a flat hunter, buying and renting in Grenoble, and some of the particularities of finding a home in France. Continue reading Flat hunting in Grenoble with Mademoiselle Immo