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Best things to do in Seine-Maritime

Kirche
“The Cathedral Notre Dame of Rouen is certainly one of the most important monument of Rouen. Build through the centuries, each stone tells us a particular story.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“First, you've got the Church with its unique architecture. Then, the square itself, with the old, typical houses (turned into restaurants). Also don't miss the big cross, which is the exact spot where Jeanne d'Arc was burnt (not exactly cheerful, but a historic place nonetheless).”
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History Museum
“Fecamp is another traditional old port town. It has many bars and restaurants, and you can wander around the old streets of the town. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“Known for having the world's second largest collection of impressionist art. I'll let you go, see for yourself, and maybe learn why that's true! My favorite piece in the museum is Renard Mort Sous Bois (E. Degas). What will be yours?”
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Kunstmuseum
“Le musée d'art moderne de la ville, avec de très belles collections, dans un cadre original”
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Straße
“This is the main shopping street with plenty of other shopping streets branching off. If you want to shop, head in this direction.”
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Garten
“Découverte de la flore et d'une vue panoramique sur la ville du havre. Serre à visiter , endroit adapté pour les enfants qui peuvent passer de bons moments. Un jardin magnifique avec une variété de plantes, arbres et fleurs incroyables! Des rosiers cachés dans des serres tropicales (seule partie payante)! bref on en prend plein les yeux et en toutes saison! ”
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Casino
“Fantastic cocktails (the barman came to my wedding) - ask for the Mojidos! The place is not cheap however and can get busy.”
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Route
“Big Market every friday, saturday, and sunday. You will find everything from hot street food, to local cheeses, cold meats, fruit veg, antiques, flowers, second hand clothes. TIPS- Friday is the best day for the antiques and curiousites, go early! It's great. Sunday- is special, because all of the cafes surrounding the place don't serve food, so you can sit down at their tables and order hot or cold drinks whilst enjoying the market food you bought. (take your own little knife with you if you can just to make it easier) And if you get a sunny day, you will see the locals taking FULL advantage of the terraces. Great place to people watch ;) ”
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Route
“One of the most picturesque streets in the city with its typical half-timbered homes and little stream running the length of the street. ”
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Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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“"The spot to be". You eat the best mold cream in France. Les meilleurs "Moules à la crème" de France”
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Französisches Restaurant
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“This cosy restaurant is always open and nearly always full. A large room with a couple of little alcoves and a big log fire. Food is good and filling. Advisable to book.”
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Garten
“A 5 minutes de l'appart, c'est un trésor de végétation. Only 5 minutes walk from our place you can find this beautiful garden. ”
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Französisches Restaurant
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“La Taverne Paillette has a long history since the 1600's. Always vibrant and filled with patrons looking for a no-fussed dinner atmosphere. Highly recommend their Royal seafood platter.”
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Historische Stätte
“If you've made it this far in your research of things to do and haven't heard about the Gros Horloge, you might need a new travel guide! Depending on crowds, you can also go up into the clock tower. There, you'll find history, architecture, and great views of the city!”
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Zoo
“Piscine municipale de Val de reuil avec accès SPA jacuzzi et sauna Pistes cyclable Parc avec espaces de jeux pour enfants Parc intérieure de divertissement pour enfants ( payant)”
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