This footwear International centre attracts visitors with its Musée de la Chaussure housed in the former couvent de la Visitation,and many factory outlets.
At the ‘Musée de la chaussure‘, housed in an amazing building now sensitively converted, you can admire the creations of the greatest shoe makers. This is a unique place where over 13,000 items are conserved in collections. At Romans, the factory shops of the luxury shoe trade cater for a larger and ever more knowledgeable clientele. Allow yourself to drift into the heart of the old town : collégiale St-Barnard, Rue de l’Armillerie, l’escalier Josaphat, la place aux Herbes, le calvaire des Récollets. Musical productions in the old town are all part of the charm of August. Musical thursdays, Place de l’Horloge, feature free concerts. On these occasions there is a warm and festive mood beneath the Jacquemart.