Rohan Palace

Built between 1732 and 1742, Rohan Palace was modeled on grand Parisian hotels. Originally home to four cardinals of Rohan before becoming a town hall and then an imperial and royal palace, Rohan Palace bears remarkable testimony to the noble way of life in the 18th century. This fabulous residence is made even more remarkable by the stately and classic style of its façades as well as its lavish interior design.

Nowadays the Rohan Palace is home to an archaeological museum, museum of arts and crafts, and a museum of fine arts.