The most asked questionsDoes the cable car run continuously?
During opening hours, the cable car operates continuously with cabins passing every 5 to 7 minutes.Can we make a simple return by cable car?
Yes, you can go up to the Bastille site on foot via the paths and go down by cable car. The cost to be paid will then be that of a one-way trip. You can also buy tickets in the lower station as well as in the upper station of the Bastille.Do you have to book to take the cable car?Is it possible to park in front of the cable car cabins?Can we take the cable car if we are a person with reduced mobility or in a wheelchair?
Yes, the last cabin of each train is adapted to accommodate strollers or people in wheelchairs. Elevators from each station provide access to the cash desk and boarding platform.Can we take the cable car with a bicycle?
No, unfortunately bicycles are not allowed in the cabins of the cable car, nor are scooters. It is important to note that bicycles are also prohibited on the paths of the Bastille.Are dogs allowed in the cabins of the cable car?
Yes dogs are tolerated in the cabins of the cable car. The cost of transport is €2 fixed (return or one way) for dogs. French law requires category 1 and 2 dogs to wear a muzzle on public roads. This obligation also extends to common areas in apartment buildings. For category 2 dogs, it is also essential to wear a muzzle on public transport, in public places and in premises open to the public.How long does it take to walk down?
The walk takes about 45 minutes.What is the altitude of the Bastille?
The Bastille is 476 m above sea level.Since when does the Cable Car exist?
The first cable car was inaugurated in 1934, but the current cable car dates from 1976.Is there an ATM on the Bastille site?
No, unfortunately there is no ATM on site, you will have to go to Grenoble city center to find one. The closest is located on Place Grenette at the exit of the Jardin de Ville.