Tour of Normandy: Deauville, Rouen, Onfleur

Nor­mandy is a tru­ly unique region in France. Only here you can see one of the most beau­ti­ful sun­sets. The sea at low tide departs from the coast far­ther than any­where else. Small towns pre­serve the mem­o­ry of famous impres­sion­ists and oth­er famous names of French his­to­ry. Local restau­rants will delight you with an abun­dance of fresh­est and incred­i­bly deli­cious seafood. A tour of Nor­mandy will give you the oppor­tu­ni­ty to vis­it sev­er­al cities or stay in one of them at will. The most favorite cities among tourists are Rouen, Hon­fleur and Deauville.

Most popular cities in Normandy

Rouen has been the cap­i­tal of Nor­mandy since 843. This is one of the main French cities by antiq­ui­ty of his­tor­i­cal her­itage and the num­ber of his­tor­i­cal mon­u­ments. The Rouen Cathe­dral of Notre Dame, Saint-Ouen Abbey, Saint-Macloux Church and the Palace of Jus­tice are out­stand­ing rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Nor­man Goth­ic style. It was in Rouen in 1431 that Joan of Arc was exe­cut­ed. The city has many sym­bols, mon­u­ments and oth­er reminders of this event.

Hon­fleur impress­es tourists with its pic­turesque streets and nar­row multi-colored hous­es, as if “stuck” on each oth­er. The charm of its cob­ble­stone roads, small shops, hotels, col­or­ful restau­rants and a tru­ly rich cul­tur­al her­itage will not leave you indif­fer­ent. At the cross­roads of ancient trade routes, Hon­fleur is also the start­ing point for a vari­ety of the­mat­ic excur­sions, such as the Sidra Path and the Cheese Path.

Deauville is the undis­put­ed star of Nor­mandy. This is an ele­gant and aris­to­crat­ic sea­side resort of the inter­na­tion­al impor­tance. It is espe­cial­ly loved by Parisians and jok­ing­ly called the “21st arrondisse­ment of Paris” because of its easy trans­port acces­si­bil­i­ty. Pres­ti­gious hotels, the famous Casi­no, tha­las­so cen­ters, well-kept golf cours­es are there in Deauville. Multi-colored umbrel­las tied with “scarves” on a spe­cial “Deauville” knot are con­sid­ered to be the vis­it­ing card of the beach in Deauville. They are used for the bet­ter main­te­nance in windy weath­er. They can be found in many post­cards.

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