You can find the commune of Vieux Rouen in the northern French province of Normandy. This small village is known as the light industrial and agricultural community on the banks of the Bresle River. It has the St. Jean-Baptiste Church, which was built in the 12th century. The legend of the Female Warrior, Jean d'Arc, permeates every corner of this city, and museums and cafes abound. How to explore Vieux Rouen? - The former Saint Saviour Church at the village's square has its remnants. Born in the nearby rue de la Pie, which is now a museum, Pierre Corneille was baptized in this humble parish church. - The restaurants and lounges line the streets surrounding this once-quiet square. Gorge the most delicious traditional cuisine in one of the restaurants. - Be sure to visit Notre Dame, Rouen's most famous cathedral, constructed in the 12th century in this neighborhood. - Art enthusiasts should not miss the Museum of Fine Arts, which is located in this village. - Mateputenam Castle's Donjon, built in the 12th century, is a popular tourist destination to visit. - Relax and indulge in the exquisite atmosphere of Salon De The, a gourmet tea room. - At Le Vieux Carré, they serve traditional French fare prepared solely with seasonal ingredients. - The Museum of Ceramics in Rouen, founded in 1864, now bears the Musée de France seal. It is in the Hocqueville Hotel. - You can go to the theaters in this village on the Seine Maritime to see a performance at the Rouen Haute-Normandie Opéra. Taking in an opera performance here is like taking a trip back in time.
76000, Rouen France