In the midst of enchanted and enchanting atmospheres, experience precious and unique moments. With its castles lined with French gardens that bear witness to French history and architecture, its fascinating museums, rich in unsuspected treasures, its banks of the Seine that meander quietly and where the shadow of Flaubert still seems to float, visiting Nogent-sur-Seine and its surroundings will amaze you. Its charms are not lacking…
The Tourist Office offers, on reservation, various thematic guided tours to discover the heritage of Nogent: Nogent-sur-Seine through the ages, the Saint-Laurent church, medieval Nogent, Camille Claudel – Alfred Boucher, Gustave Flaubert, La Seine Nogentaise, Napoleon and the twilight of the Empire Rates: 5 € / person – 80 € per group of 15 to 30 people (possibility of taking the tour in English, German and Spanish). “Mène l’enquête dans les rues de Nogent-sur-Seine”
The Tourist Office has put together a booklet for children in the form of riddles to be solved, allowing them to discover the cultural heritage of Nogent-sur-Seine by walking through the streets and alleys of the town. Our little detectives will receive a gift at the end of the tour if they find the final enigma! Prices: 3 € for one booklet, 5 € for 2 booklets. These booklets exist in 2 forms: one for children aged 4 to 7, and one for children aged 8 to 12. Office de Tourisme du Nogentais et de la Vallée de la Seine,
rue Saint Epoing 10400 Nogent-sur-Seine Tel.
Romilly-sur-Seine, a former industrial town in a region traditionally oriented towards agriculture, has nevertheless managed to preserve its identity, which is reflected in its rich architectural heritage. Thus, at the turn of each street, the buildings of the town will tell you about the working class life of the beginning of the 20th century, that of the famous Romilly hosiery workers. Even the private housing, a true work of art inherited from Art Nouveau, bears witness to this “golden age” of the city of Romille. Office de Tourisme du Nogentais et de la Vallée de la Seine
rue du Général de Gaulle 10100 Romilly-sur-Seine Tel.
: +33 (0) 3 25 24 87 80
Alcuin, Charlemagne’s minister, Jeanne de Navarre, Claude Bouthillier de Chavigny, the Prince of Saxony, Napoleon I and his mother Laetitia, Casimir Perier, President of the Republic… All of these characters have frequented and embellished Pont-sur-Seine. During a guided tour of the town, you can discover the 12th century Saint-Martin church, entirely painted by Philippe de Champaigne and Lesueur in the 17th century, the ramparts, the Renaissance houses and the charm of the banks of the Seine.
Free guided tour of Pont-sur-Seine and/or its church (visit in French, English and German).
Association Connaissance et Sauvegarde du Patrimoine Pontois
10400 Pont-sur-Seine Tel.
: +33 (0) 3 25 21 44 95
Visit Nogent-sur-Seine and its surroundings
Our ideas for a bucolic weekend
The Nogentais region has everything you need to get away from it all. This area is full of little tourist wonders to explore. The town of Nogent-sur-Seine, located only 1 hour 30 minutes from Paris by train, has a rich cultural, natural and gastronomic heritage: discover
the Camille Claudel Museum and its impressive collection of sculptures, the contemporary stained glass windows in the churches of Nogent-sur-Seine and Villenauxe-la-Grande, the botanical garden of Marnay-sur-Seine (classified Jardin Remarquable!) or the Motte-Tilly Castle. Let’s not forget the gourmet break at the restaurant La Rosita! Enjoy!