The Saint-Euverte district - "Ville d'Art et d'Histoire" guided tour

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Although this district, which covers the entire north-east of the town centre, was late in becoming part of the city walls financed by Louis XI at the end of the 15th century, it has been developing since ancient times. It has undergone constant change, centred around the Abbey of Saint-Euverte, where the city's first patron saint, Bishop Euverte, is said to have been buried. Discover the past of this thousand-year-old district as you wander through its charming little streets, whose names evoke some of the occupations of its inhabitants in centuries gone by.

Departure point: corner of rue Dupanloup and rue du Bourdon-Blanc.
At a glance
  • Langue :
    • Français
  • Rate :
    • 7,50€ / pers.
  • Mode of visit :
    • walking tour
  • Duration :
    • 1h30
  • Registration :
    • Mandatory
Please note
  • Please note :
    • Pour tout renseignement : 02 38 24 05 05 ou
    • Visite commentée par une guide-conférencière du service Ville d’art et d’histoire.