ROUEN AFTERNOON GROUP TOUR FROM
Explore the beautiful city of Rouen
... explore Rouen for only 65€ per person
- Shared group tour
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Air-conditioned minivan
- Free onboard Wi-Fi
- Onboard audio visual system
- Free time to explore
- Highly rated on TripAdvisor
- Featured in the Rick Steve's travel book
- Best value Rouen tour from Bayeux
This excellent service sells out fast. If you are thinking of booking, please don't leave it too late as you may miss out!
2017 Schedules - Operates from May until the end of September
If you are planning to take a train back to Paris after the visit to Rouen, we will happily drop you off at Bayeux Station. We will arrive at 19:40 and the next direct train to Paris will depart just after 20:00 (please check the SNCF website for the precise departure time). 20 minutes is more than enough time to connect with the train as Bayeux station is very small.
What to expect with this private tour
Dubbed the "City of a hundred spires", Rouen is renowned for having the highest spire in France. Completed in 1876, the 490 ft high spire dominates the skyline over this beautiful city. The city which is the capital of Normandy.
We will start the tour of Rouen with a visit to the magnificent Cathedral. Claude Monet created a series of paintings between 1892 and 1893. When you see the incredible architecture, you will understand why Monet was so mesmerized by it. You will be given some free time to enter the cathedral to marvel at the architecture.
Next, we will move on to Saint Romain street and discover the ancient part of the city. The narrow cobbled streets with their timber framed houses will transport you back in time.
As we wander through the old streets of Rouen, we will eventually arrive at the Palais de justice. This impressive building was once the parliament of Normandy. The guide will explain the history of the building and the important role it played in Normandy.
As we move deeper into the heart of Rouen, you will discover the great clock. This astronomic clock lays on a Renaissance arch spanning the busy street of rue du Gros-Horloge. This landmark is between a Gothic belfry dating back to the 14th century.
The last stop before you take some free time to explore will be the old market place. Here you will hear the story of Joan of Arc who was burned at the stake. We will show you the location where this took place and explain the significance of the role Joan of Arc played in the history of France.
Things to consider
We want you to have a fantastic experience so please bear these in mind when preparing for your tour:
The weather can be unpredictable in Normandy so dress in layers.
Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Gratuities will be appreciated.
One last thing!
If you decide to take a tour with us, we will be over the moon. However, even if you don't and decide to choose another company, we are still grateful. Without you, Normandy as a whole would suffer so thank you, thank you, thank you!