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The funicular is not in Grenoble. You can get there by bus, EXP1 from Place Victor Hugo . Itinisere have an app and a website to help you plan the journey. The buses are excellent, fast and frequent. It cost us 2 about E50 for...More
We were in this area for a short get-away in October. My husband planned to leave our car at the parking and took the funicular up to a B&B, then took it down next day. But alas ! He did not notice that there were...More
Visited 11 August fortunatley not in the heavy rain earlier in the week. Very interesting 'ride' amazing views (probably better still if conpletley cloud free). Retains most of the original designs and materials in railway so great historical insight. Interesting and informative museumn at the...More
We visited during thunder and torrential rain. Family of 4 was approx €42. Very steep and quite dramatic climb. Probably amazing views on a clear day! Enjoyed the trip and marvelled at the engineering but too wet to fully enjoy the day we visited.
I like to do it, The trip itself is nice, but not exceptional either. The best is what you find at the top: the nice village of Saint Hilaire du Touvet. The best is certainly to watch the paragliders taking off in front of amazing...More
It was pretty expensive to go up and down, but we decided to do it anyway - it's an amazing experience and who knows if we ever get a chance to do it again ?! Even my mom who is pretty scared of the hights...More
It is quite expencive to go up and down, but it is possible to go only up and walk down, there is a nice walking path, we did take the train both ways and it was nice just expensive compared to the Bulles in Grenoble....More
The steepest and probably the scariest funicular in Europe! It goes up at around 80% in places and ascends some 2000 feet. The views on a good day are just superb. Right across the valley and even taking in a waterfall on the way. At...More