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Shopping & Art of living

in Gisors

Not to be missed for its fortified castle and remarkable church, Gisors is also a great place to shop and stroll. In the town center, you’ll find attractive boutiques and tempting food shops. Cafés and restaurants are numerous and varied.

Everything you need to treat yourself in Gisors

Stores & services

Gisors is a small town where shopping is pleasant: there are lots of pretty little boutiques, never crowded, and parking is free, with only a few blue-zone streets and several parking lots, including the Château car park, which is vast and only a few dozen meters from the Rue de Vienne. You can also take a moment to yourself, be pampered in a beauty salon, barber or hairdresser and, of course, take a coffee or gourmet break. There are plenty of big-name retailers on the outskirts of town.

Local produce and delicacies

In Gisors

We’re not kidding about gastronomy in Normandy!
Whether it’s in the commerces de boucheor in therestaurants, in Gisors, working in circuit court with themany local producers is a point of pride in the Vexin normandand. The stalls in grocery stores, as well as those at the marché de Gisors (Fridays and Sunday mornings), whet the appetite!

For a concentrate of local products from the Vexin Normand, don’t forget to stop by the tourist office: our store features a selection of 100% Vexin Normand products!

A must

Brasserie de Sutter

A benchmark in the world of craft breweries

This family brewery founded in 2008 by two brothers who are agricultural engineers, has made a name for itself in the French craft brewing landscape. The brewery continues to grow. In 2022, to keep pace with its success, the brewery moved to new premises, still in Gisors, conceiving the new site as a place for festive sharing. Adjacent to the brewery, which can be visited on certain Saturdays, are a boutique and a beer bar prized for its cosy atmosphere, where live music is king on Friday and Saturday evenings. Thursday is happy hour: the perfect place to chill out at the end of the day! Are you thirsty and in the mood for a break? If you’re also a fan of craft beer, this is the place to sample and fill up on excellent, inventive recipes from this renowned brewery.

On s'installe au 15 route de Paris !
On s'installe au 15 route de Paris !
On s'installe au 15 route de Paris !
A day to discover


On arrival, drop in at the office de tourisme to pick up your visitor maps and tourist information about the town. The tourist advisors will be able to recommend the must-see sights and guide you according to your desires, as well as inform you about current events and activities. The tourist office is located in the heart of the town, at the foot of the fortified castle. Access is via the Passage du Monarque at 32 rue de Vienne. This passage leads to the château. If you’re a bicycle traveler, you can park your little queen here and leave your luggage in a locker.

To make the most of your visit to the town and discover its heritage, the tourist office also offers audio guides for hire.

The Rue Cappeville and Rue de Vienne are home to numerous boutiques and have preserved many of their beautiful wood-framed houses. Although the town was bombed during the Second World War, it offers a rich heritage whose centerpieces, its château fort and remarkable church alone justify a visit to this town, gateway to Normandy. As you stroll along, you’ll discover other nuggets of its heritage: ancient washhouse, sculptures, imposing bourgeois mansions around the parc environnemental Frédéric Passy, the town’s other green lung, with its large lawns, pond and streams.

Along the canals


In the historic capital of Vexin Normand


A surprisingly lively little town

Gisors is a very pleasant town to live in. This small town of 12,000 inhabitants is astonishing: dominated by its château fort, a place for Gisorsians to stroll and enjoy its year-round park, it offers the douceur de vivre of a very Norman small town at the gateway to the Ile de France.

You’ll be surprised by the omnipresence of water in the town. The canals of the Epte run through the town. Perhaps you’ll catch a glimpse of the two other waterways that cross the town: the Réveillon and the Ruisseau Picard. In the town center, you’ll see the ancien lavoir at the crossroads of the rue Cappeville and rue de Vienne, two busy shopping streets bustling withshops, restaurants and café terraces.

Wandering around the town center, you’ll cross small bridges, catch a glimpse of a waterfall on a canal, as well as beautiful old timber-framed houses. Although it was bombed during the Second World War, many of the houses remain, highlighting the heritage of this old medieval town.

Going out in Gisors

La Vache à Lunettes

Live music & beer bar

La Brasserie de Sutter is also La Vache à Lunettes, a cosy beer bar where live music is king on Friday and Saturday evenings. Thursday is happy hour: the perfect place to chill out at the end of the day and go out with friends on weekends.


Practical information

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