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Rodez Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Rodez wheelchair accessible tours, North of Toulouse, is a very ancient city between the Pierenes and the Cavennes, which will fascinate you with its contrasts between ancient and modern.
In just a few years, this small village with a great historical heritage has become a dynamic and modern town.
Thanks also to the new modern art museum dedicated to Pierre Soulages, originally from Rodez and today considered the greatest contemporary painter in the world, which attracts every year more and more visitors.
Most of the streets are pedestrianised, so walking around Rodez will be a pleasure.
The main attraction is the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Rodez, with its bell tower that reaches 87 meters.
This Gothic church, completed in the XVI century, took three centuries to build.
Before entering, contemplate the stone construction and sculptures on the exterior facades.
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The medieval city and the old town, are grouped around the Cathedral itself.
A visit to the old city will allow you to admire the houses and palaces built between the XIV and XVII centuries.
The cultural component is in fact inseparable from a trip offer to Rodez.
Go around the city on your own and use the signs indicating the attractions.
The Tower Raynalde, the only remaining one of the fortified walls of Rodez, dates back to the XV century and is a must-see.
Also not to be missed are the Bishop’s Palace, built in the XVII century, and the chapel of the Old Jesuit College, also from the XVII century.
The Fenaille Museum exhibits the largest French collection of menhirs, monolithic megaliths, and other relics that bear witness to the millenary history of the region.
Certainly interesting are the contemporary works exhibited at the Denys-Puech Art Museum.
Head to one of the farmer’s markets, held three times a week in different locations around the city to purchase fresh regional produce and handicrafts.
Rodez is also famous for your typical cheese.
Well seasoned Rodez is similar to our Parmesan cheese and is strangely known and used in Apulia where it is imported and consumed in large quantities
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