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The Grenoble-Alpes Métropole Tourist Office is hosting the first edition of the FAN-ZAG festival in the heart of the city. Please find the access map below.

The Venue 

L’office de Tourisme Grenoble-Alpes Métropole

14 Rue de la République,

38000 Grenoble

> Latitude : 45.190325 / Longitude: 5.730228

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How to get there?

The Grenoble-Alpes Métropole Tourist Office is hosting the first edition of the FAN-ZAG festival in the heart of the city. You will find the access map below.

It is easy and recommended to use public transport.

Tramway lines A and B – Get off at Hubert Dubedout-Maison du Tourisme.

For all practical information, please check out the TAG’s website :

> SITE TAG

For those of you who still wish to come by car, we recommend the Lafayette car park (EFFIA) located below the festival venue.

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Dinner break

During the evening break, the KAI-IWI café, France’s first New Zealand restaurant located in Grenoble, 5 rue des Clercs, will be our preferred partner for catering. In partnership with the festival and only for you, they have come up with a small meal box made in NZ, the Ka Pai box!

Come and meet Marshall and Elise, a young French-Kiwi couple who started the business. They will be more than happy to share with you different views on the land of the long white cloud!

You can enjoy the establishment during the intermission, but if you feel like it, the Ka Pai box is also available to take away to enjoy this sweet spring evening.

Cheers!

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The festival

18/05 | GRENOBLE, RHONES-ALPES, FRA
FAN-ZAG
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Cyanne - Fan-zag

New Zealand is coming to Grenoble to introduce you to some of its best assets. Be part of the FANZAG and come and dream, travel, discover, share with us, try different food or just be moved with us.

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Before the festival kicks off, come and follow us on social media to join in our adventures for the organisation of the first New Zealand Festival in Grenoble !