Travel back in time and discover this rich and exciting period of history: a local heritage guide will recount the history of these buildings, most of which are still standing and in use today. Tour can be organised for 2+ people.
23 rue Pertuiset
Telephone: 04 50 97 38 37
From 01/01 to 31/12/2018, daily. On demand.
The 19th century was the century of town planning. Pretty much everywhere in Europe, cities were being redeveloped, including road improvements and the arrival of the railway. Bonneville was no exception to the rule: from 1820 onwards, gradually the public buildings started to be built.
But with the annexation of Savoie by France, the process sped up and catapaulted the town into the modern age thanks to funds coming from the Empire. This explains why, within about ten years, all of the town's buildings and artistic masterpieces were built or restored, profoundly changing its appearance.
Travel back in time and discover this rich and exciting period of history: a local heritage guide will recount the history of these building, most of which are still standing and in use today. Length of the visit: 1 hr
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