The Très Cloître District

The Très Cloître District


1 January 2022 au 31 December 2022

Old faubourg of Grenoble, the Très Cloître district became part of the city during the building of the new fortified enclosure of the Duke of Lesdiguières at the end of the 16th century.

The protestant temple and numerous convents were then established there, such as the Minimes Convent (17th c.) and the Sainte-Marie-d'en-Bas Chapel (18th c.), which are still remaining to this day. Follow our guide through the scenic and popular streets, with various anecdotes.

Further information

Adapted tourism:
Prestations adaptées pour déficience visuelle

Target clientele:
Réservé aux groupes, Groups

Useful information

Grenoble Alpes Tourisme Service Groupes

Opening times

All year round, daily.


Prices: 125€ per tourist guide, during the week.
Length: 2 hours.
VIsits in French
Prices: for informative purposes only. Consult the group department for more information.


Information updated on 16/08/2021 by Office de Tourisme de Grenoble-Alpes Métropole

Your itinerary

The Très Cloître District

14 Rue de la République
38000 Grenoble

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