For weekends and tourist stays, business trips, for lovers of historic neighborhoods! F2 charming furnished for short-term rentals in the city center of Rouen.
Exceptional Conveniently located percière Street super center, next to the courthouse, in a pedestrian street in the historic Rouen, 100m from metro and bus station, 10 minutes walk from the train station. All shops are available, as well as restaurants, bars, tea rooms ...
The apartment sleeps 4 people (2 beds two), it is located on the second floor of an old building in Tudor style, overlooking a pedestrian street. It consists of two bedrooms, a separate kitchen and a modern bathroom with shower.
The decor is neat, chic and glamorous baroque, to make your stay pleasant, the heart of the old city in a cozy setting.
the kitchen is fully equipped (combined oven, refrigerator, washing machine, oven).
the apartment has a flat screen TV, cable channels, wifi.
tableware, and linens are provided.
possibility of bikes.
Rich historic heritage, notably represented by the label and Cities of Art and History, the heart of Normandy is an extraordinary diversity.
Crossed by one of the most beautiful rivers in the world, the Seine, this country of Impressionism meet your needs discovery and escape.
Green lung of the Seine Valley, the area will seduce you with its charm, its lifestyle and the friendliness of the hosts.
Cycling, hiking, or must-sees, the Seine will offer a range of activities and unique experiences to live alone or with family.
Sports, art lovers, nature or architecture enthusiasts, we wish you the most unforgettable stays.
Rouen is located 80 km from the beaches of Normandy and the landing beaches, and only 1:30 of paris.
Rouen was known as the "City of a Hundred Spires" by Victor Hugo.
Rouen is a town of art and history.
Stendhal was called the "Athens of the Gothic genre." Religious and civic buildings were damaged or destroyed by bombing in World War II but fortunately most have been restored or rebuilt placing Rouen in the first six cities in number of historical monuments in France and among the first six for the antiquity of its heritage.
The Primate Cathedral of Our Lady, Gothic architecture, inspired particularly Claude Monet.
The abbey of Saint-Ouen is radiant and flamboyant Gothic style. The former "Abbey of Saint-Ouen" was one of the most powerful Benedictine monasteries of Normandy.
Symbol of the power of Rouen, the Gros Horloge is a must for Rouen and tourists.
Other monuments are also essential, as the Church of St. Maclou, the 'maestro St. Maclou ...
Rouen is famous for some major annual events: the Nordic Film Festival, the festival Impressionist Normandy, the Armada.
Fair Saint-Romain is a carnival about a month in October and November. It stands on the bottom left side of the docks Pierre Corneille Bridge William the Conqueror bridge. This is the first funfair province by its size and the second behind the fair throne nationally. It is the oldest in France because it goes back more than 500 years.
Rouen is also famous for its museums:
The Museum of Fine Arts in Rouen is a collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures plus some furniture and artwork. The paintings of Caravaggio, Velázquez, Delacroix, Géricault, Modigliani, Monet and David Gerard and Sisley are the most famous. This is the largest collection of province.
there is also the Museum of Flaubert and the stone Corneille among other museum ...