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Romans-sur-Isère
Romans-sur-Isère The Essential
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.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Romans-sur-Isère
International shoe museum
International shoe museum
This museum, set in the old convent of
90 minutes
St Barnard Collegiate
St Barnard Collegiate
It was completely restored in the 18C,
30 minutes
Rue des Clercs
Rue des Clercs
The street is picturesque with its
15 minutes
Hôtel Thomé
Hôtel Thomé
Notice on the various levels the
15 minutes
Place Maurice-Faure
Place Maurice-Faure
There is an attractive house to the left
15 minutes
Museum of the Resistance and of Deportation
Museum of the Resistance and of Deportation
Archives, miscellaneous objects, photos
60 minutes