17 Top Tourist Attractions in Normandy (France)
17 Top Tourist Attractions in Normandy :
Bayeux and the Bayeux Tapestry Museum, Caen Churches and Memorial Center, Château de Caen, Château de Fontaine-Henry, Deauville, Dieppe, Étretat, Evreux, Fécamp, Giverny, Honfleur, Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy (Bayeux), Mont Saint-Michel, Omaha Beach, Rouen, Suisse Normande, Trouville
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Monet's garden at Giverny;Etretat-nature sculpting cliffs;Honfleur-old picturesque port;Mont Saint Michel;Rouen-cathedral;Deauville queen of the beaches;Fecamp-the benedictine palace; Avranches-botanical garden....
Normandy Tourist Attractions: 12 Top Places to Visit
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Top Places to visit in Normandy:
Mont Saint-Michel, Rouen, Honfleur, Caen Churches and Memorial Center, Deauville, Monet's Garden, Giverny, Fécamp, Étretat, Suisse Normande, Château de Fontaine-Henry, Château de Caen, Memorial Museum of the Battle of Normandy, Bayeux
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Top 10 Best Things to do in Honfleur, France
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List of Best Things to do in Honfleur , France
Saint Catherine's Church
Notre Dame de Grace
Le Vieux Bassin
Jardin des Personnalites
Office de Tourisme de Honfleur
Pont de Normandie
Carrousel a Honfleur
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Notre tour de France continue et cette fois, on vous fait découvrir Honfleur. Cette ville portuaire dans le département du Calvados en Normandie nous a séduit par ses couleurs, ses maisons à colombage et bien sûr son port de pêche !
Places to see in ( Caen - France )
Places to see in ( Caen - France )
Caen is a port city and capital of the department of Calvados in northern France's Normandy region. Its center features the Château de Caen, a circa-1060 castle built by William the Conqueror. It stands on a hill flanked by the Romanesque abbeys of Saint-Étienne and Sainte-Trinité, which date from the same period. The multimedia museum Le Mémorial is devoted to World War II and the 1944 Battle of Normandy.
Caen is located 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) inland from the English Channel, two hours north-west of Paris, and connected to the south of England by the Caen-(Ouistreham)-Portsmouth ferry route. Caen is located in the centre of its northern region, and it is a centre of political, economic and cultural power. Located a few miles from the coast, the landing beaches, the bustling resorts of Deauville and Cabourg, Norman Switzerland and Pays d'Auge, Caen is often considered the archetype of Normandy.
Caen is known for its historical buildings built during the reign of William the Conqueror, who was buried there, and for the Battle for Caen—heavy fighting that took place in and around Caen during the Battle of Normandy in 1944, destroying much of the city. The city has now preserved the memory by erecting a memorial and a museum dedicated to peace, the Memorial de Caen.
The castle, Château de Caen, built circa 1060 by William the Conqueror, who successfully conquered England in 1066, is one of the largest medieval fortresses of Western Europe. In repentance for marrying his cousin Mathilda of Flanders, William ordered two abbeys to be built on the Pope's encouragement:
Eglise St.-Etienne, formerly the Abbaye aux Hommes (Men's Abbey). It was completed in 1063 and is dedicated to St Stephen. The current Hôtel de Ville (town hall) of Caen is built onto the South Transept of the building.
Eglise de la Ste.-Trinité, formerly the Abbaye aux Dames (Women's Abbey). It was completed in 1060 and is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. The current seat of the regional council (conseil régional) of Basse-Normandie is nearby.
Other attractions in ( Caen - France ) such as :
Jardin botanique de Caen, a historic botanical garden
Church of Saint-Pierre
Mémorial pour la Paix (Memorial for Peace) built in 1988, charting the events leading up to and after D-Day. It is an emotional presentation inviting meditation on the thought of Elie Wiesel: Peace is not a gift from God to man, but a gift from man to himself. The Memorial for Peace also includes an exhibit of Nobel Peace Prize winners and another one on Conflict Resolution in different cultures.
Parc Festyland, an amusement park to the west of Caen in the nearby town of Carpiquet. The park receives 110,000 visitors every year.
Mondeville 2 is a regional shopping centre in adjoining Mondeville.
Caen has a recently built, controversial guided bus system—built by Bombardier Transportation and modelled on its Guided Light Transit technology—and a very efficient network of city buses, operated under the name Twisto. Caen - Carpiquet Airport is the biggest airport in Lower-Normandy considering the number of passengers that it serves every year. Caen is served by the small port of Ouistreham, lying at the mouth of the Caen Canal where it meets the English Channel. Caen is connected to the rest of France by motorways to Paris (A13), Brittany (A84) and soon to Le Mans (A88–A28). Although a fraction of what it used to be remains, Caen once boasted an extensive rail and tram network. From 1895 until 1936, the Compagnie des Tramways Electriques de Caen (Electrical Tramway Company of Caen) operated all around the city. Caen also had several main and branch railway lines linking Caen railway station to all parts of Normandy with lines to Paris, Vire, Flers, Cabourg, Houlgate, Deauville, Saint-Lô, Bayeux and Cherbourg. Now only the electrified line of Paris-Cherbourg, Caen-Le Mans and Caen-Rennes subsist with minimal services.
( Caen - France ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting the city of Caen . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Caen - France
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Hotel de Ville-Caen,Basse Normandie-France
Hotel de Ville de Caen.Abbaye aux hommes
Honfleur is another beautiful town on the coast of Normandy and it quickly became one of our favourite places. And the ice cream was really good!
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