Rouen is internationally renowned for its incredible architectural heritage. The capital of Normandy and the Seine Valley that surrounds it are ideal for visiting various châteaux, manors, religious and civil buildings, streets and squares, sites of remembrance, monuments and Impressionist sites.
Monuments in Rouen: visit the Gros Horloge and Cathedral
Essential sites include the Rouen Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the rue du Gros-Horloge, the Château de Robert le Diable, the Place du Vieux-Marché, the Church of Saint-Ouen, the Church of Saint-Maclou, Joan of Arc’s stake, the English cemetery in Petit-Quevilly and the permanent circus in Elbeuf. They can be enjoyed throughout the year during a romantic weekend, holidays with the children or a business trip.
Unusual places await you, such as the Jewish Monument or Maison Sublime, the Sculpture Garden at the Château de Bois Guilbert, the Cimetière Monumental (cemetery), the Aître Saint-Maclou (cemetery for plague victims) or Joan of Arc’s dungeon.
Predominantly located in Rouen city centre, these sites and monuments open their doors regularly, and events or guided tours are available there.