Considering living and working in France? Read on for the lowdown on what makes Grenoble a great destination for expats.
Patricia Andreoli gives us an update on what’s happening at the Bookworm Café, the best place in Grenoble to browse English books and enjoy homemade cakes.
Vickie Allen shares her experiences of a rentrée of a different kind at St Marc’s English Speaking Church, Grenoble.
English-speaking voyager Maureen Walsh describes the soft landing in Grenoble provided by the local expat association Open House. Continue reading The Open House Grenoble “welcome mat”
April Buchanan of Association France Etats-Uni talks to Grenoble Life about getting together with the “internationally-minded” for picnics, museum visits and full-moon raquette nocturne. Continue reading France Etats-Unis – fostering social exchange in Grenoble
In the second post of his blog ‘From Admission to Graduation’ MBA student Joseph Schott shares his experiences studying in Grenoble and tells us about slacklining. Continue reading From Admission to Graduation: study and slacklining
Nicola Piroth is a play therapist with a private practice in Grenoble. She talks to Grenoble Life about creative approaches to psychotherapy, her international background and setting up a cabinet in France. Continue reading Nicola Piroth: a creative approach to psychotherapy in Grenoble
Felicity Lodge is a Grenoble-based financial planner with The Spectrum IFA Group, offering independent financial planning advice for expatriates in the Alps region. Here is her guide to life insurance in France. Continue reading Reassurance on life insurance in France
Without wireless in Grenoble? Don’t want to use an internet café or pay to buy a clé USB from SFR or Orange? Read on for sites of reliable and free internet access at various points throughout the city. Continue reading Where to find wifi in Grenoble