I moved to Rouen 10 years ago to study and stayed ever since. It’s a very authentic French city representative of the Normandy region and very well preserved from the second WW. There are many nice and unique places to visit - both cultural, historical, and popular. For instance, there is the…
Beautiful Cathedral, churches and timbered houses. Visit the rue du Gros-Horloge and see the astrological clock, one of the oldest in France.
Rouen, stretching beside the Seine, is Normandy’s cultured, historic, gastronomic, vibrant capital. Monet’s canvases of the cathedral have made it the best-loved building in town, but many other glories stand out, including fine museums and the church dedicated to tragic visitor Joan of Arc.
Although the city of Rouen has a dark past concerning the execution of Jean d'arc it has wonderful cobbled streets with many famous landmarks including musems and art galleries.