Things to see and do - Tulle
Tulle Travel guide
Tulle : Michelin's recommendations
The famous "point de Tulle" lace, arms of royal manufacture, the sound of accordions (the first left hand and right hand chromatic scale was created here) and rugby, of course are some attractions. This small town of Correze, dominated by the cathedral's boastful stone bell, and which extends over more than 3 km into the narrow valley of the river, does not miss a single opportunity of making itself known. Its medieval streets are less famous but nonetheless, enjoyable to tour!
Tourist attractions Tulle : Things to see and do
r. de la Tour-de-Maïsse F - 19000 Tulle
Formerly called Abbot's House, this 16C house has a very beautiful facade with windows surmounted with accolades decorated with foliage, kales and animals.
pl. de Mgr-Berteaud F - 19000 Tulle
Here you can find everything you need to know about Tulle: "point de Tulle" lace, locally manufactured blades and firearms, regional earthenware, religious art, accordions, etc.
Rue Roc de la Pierre F - 19000 Tulle
A 73 m tower clock. The steeple arrow was hit by lightning in 1645 (it was later rebuilt). It has a Limousin type portal and a large richly coloured window by Jacques Gruber (1979). The wooden statue of Saint John the Baptist (16C) is much adored and..
16 Quai de la République F - 19000 Tulle
Inter-Hôtel Tulle Centre is located in the city centre, 2 km from Tulle railway station. It offers air-conditioned accommodation and a 24-hour reception. All of the rooms at Inter-Hôtel Tulle Centre feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels a..
25, av. Winston Churchill. F - 19000 TULLE
A quality stopover town in the Limousin region. The centrally-located Hotel de la Gare extends a warm, friendly welcome to all visitors. The restaurant gives pride of place to regional specialities : cep mushrooms, conserves and a range of desserts..