Things to see and do - Romans-sur-Isère
Unmissable tourist sites
Romans-sur-Isère Travel guide
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The capital city of shoes and ravioli, (a title it shares with Valence) Romans stretches out along the side of the hill opposite Bourg-de-Péage along the Isère River. Its business activity is divided between traditional industries, shoe-making, tanning and new factories such as metalworking, nuclear fuel and precision engineering.
Tourist attractions Romans-sur-Isère : Things to see and do
2 r. Ste-Marie et Bistour F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
This museum, set in the old convent of the Visitation, which is a vast building built between the 17 an 19C, the museum has a shoe collection which runs in chronological order and in categories, from ancient times to the 18C. Sumptuous, funny or enig..
r. Ste-Marie et Bistour F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Archives, miscellaneous objects, photos and film on the lives of the secret Resistance fighters in Drôme county, 1940-1945.
Rue St-Nicolas F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Notice on the various levels the attractive dormer windows and to the left a recess housing a Virgin and Child
6 Avenue Gambetta F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
9 Place Carnot F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
The Hôtel de la Gare, located 10 km from the Massif du Vercors Mountain Range and 17 km from Valence, features rooms with mountain and city views. All rooms offer an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and a wardrobe. Additional features include a h..
Avenue Adolphe Figuet F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Comfort Hotel Romans is a comfortable and quiet hotel close to the city centre of Romans. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a garden. The guest rooms of this charming hotel are air-conditioned and feature a shower and a TV. Guests can enjoy ..
10 r. de Delay F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Outside the centre, in a residential area near the train station, this lovely 1930s town house welcomes you in an attractive contemporary decor; you are served delicious market cuisine, made with lovely fresh ingredients. Dishes that you wolf down.....
70 r. St-Nicolas F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Named after the famous smuggler who is said to have stayed here, this listed building (16C) retains all the charm of yesteryear with its half-timbered walls and hexagonal floor tiles. Traditional cuisine is served.
pl. du Puits-du-Cheval F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
A young Franco-Japanese couple runs this pleasant contemporary bistro in the heart of the old town. He cooks and she manages the dining area (formerly a designer, she also created the interior). The menu changes five times a year so as to better refl..
37 pl. Jacquemart F - 26100 Romans-sur-Isère
Come into this tiny restaurant and get in touch with your inner gourmet! Madame greets customers before joining her husband in the kitchen, where they prepare pastries. The onus is on good market produce and the dishes are a real treat, as well as be..