Victor Hugo called Rouen ‘the city with hundreds of churches’.
The heart of the historical town is full of pedestrian walkways. The ancient paved roads allow travelers to roam freely in the city. The last days of Joan of Arc and the impressionist painter Claude Monet are definitely major attraction in Rouen.
And France’s most visited monument, le Mont Saint-Michel in western Normandy, is not to be missed!
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The French Cultural Association of Rouen was established in 1986. The beautiful school building is located next to the Rouen Railway Station. The Art Museum is also 5 mn away.
Strolling through the Normandy, a region full of history and impressionism, one of the most beautiful areas of France, this place is undoubtedly the first choice of vacation for many Parisians