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Do & See

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rodez

With its late Gothic and sculpted red sandstone bell-tower, the cathedral is the perfect starting point for your visit. The hidden treasures of its architecture are unveiled at night by the five hundred projector lamps.
Fenaille Museum

Fenaille Museum

Located in a beautiful Renaissance mansion in the old town, the museum features a collection of the largest Menhir statues in France. You will discover the history of the Rouergue province from 300, 000 years ago up to the 17th century.
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Denys-Puech Museum

The Museum of Fine Arts is a not to be missed attraction. This has been a meeting place for modern and contemporary creation since 1989. It is named after the famous sculptor Denys Puech who lived in the area in the late 19th and early 20th century.
The Haras National Farm

The Haras National Farm

This stud farm occupies a beautiful and quiet old charter house from the 16th and 17th century. It is home to 50 retired stud animals and guided tours and presentations are offered for visitors.
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Le Monastère

If you have time, touring around Rodez is memorable. The region is home to unique historical sites and a rich architectural heritage in several villages. Le Monastère with its abbey and medieval bridge crossing the Aveyron River is a must.
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The Old Town

There is much to see in the old part of Rodez, like the historic town houses and private mansions from the 14th -17th century, the chapel of the old Jesuit College (17th century) and the Bishop’s Palace (17th century).
Sainte-Radegonde Aveyron

Sainte-Radegonde Aveyron

This small town not even 10 km from Rodez hides two amazing fortified churches. With walls and ramparts they look more like castles. They even have sheltered rooms that visitors can climb the 70 steps to see.
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The River Aveyron

Stroll along the river that flows through the city and be charmed by the beautiful buildings that are built on the bank of it. In the outskirts of the city, the area around the river is more natural and perfect for a more relaxing walk.
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