History of the city of Rouen in Normandy
Rouen is a city located in the department of Seine-Maritime and Haute-Normandie region. This city is especially famous for its cathedral Notre Dame and for its clock tower. In addition, several important dates mark the history of Rouen, including the year 1087 which highlights the death of William the Conqueror, the last man ever to invade England and the year 1430 that punctuates the arrest of Jeanne d’Arc. The latter was burnt as a relapsed following year.
Tourism and visits to city of Rouen in Normandy
The city of Rouen is rich in civil and religious monuments. Indeed, the Primate Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption is a representative monuments of the city. The architecture of the cathedral is Gothic. The first stone of it back to the Middle Ages. Besides the cathedral, tourists can also visit the Clock Tower which is classified as a historical monument. This tower has an astronomical clock dating from the sixteenth century. In addition, tourists can visit the Church of St. Joan of Arc. Built in 1979, it reflects the harmonious blend of contemporary architecture and stained glass windows dating from the sixteenth century. Moreover, several buildings remain in the city, including river and harbor maritime museum, the Museum of Antiquities and the Museum of the Secq tournelles.
For your visit to the city, we offer a transfer service that will help you during your trip. Thus, different categories of vehicles are at your disposal, namely the private car, luxury car VIP shuttle and finally the collective.
Transfer from the town Rouen in Normandy to Paris airports
Rouen is 68 miles from Havre and 110 km from Paris. It is located 88 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 151 km from Orly Airport and 156 km from the airport Charles de Gaulle.