Immersed in the heart of the Roman epoch, visitors follow an ancestor who guides the group through the town’s main archaeological sites. Strategically situated, at the foot of the ascent which leads to the Great St-Bernard Pass, Martigny has a very rich past, marked by the presence of innumerable important structures. Bread and wine produced according to Roman recipes can be tasted during the visit.
Guided visit: every Wednesday from mid-July until the end of September 2021 (in french only)
Follow the Roman ancestor and discover the city’s history as well as its amazing treasures!
Places to visit
- Early Christian Cathedral Catacombs
- Road to the Basilica, Forum and Caldarium
- Gallo-Roman Museum
- tasting of Roman savours
- access for people with reduced mobility is limited
- a minimum of 5 people is required for the visit to take place
- tickets cannot be exchanged nor reimbursed
- there is also the possibility of continuing your evening with a free commentary of and visit to the Foundation exhibition at 20h.00 (french only)
COVID CERTIFICATE REQUIRED.