Excursions to Normandy from Paris are a unique opportunity for everyone to enjoy not only the architectural and cultural wealth of France, but also its natural beauty and elegance. Normandy is a region of France which is famous not only for its rich history, but also for its gastronomic delights: cheeses, seafood (oysters, shrimps, mussels, scallops, and crabs).
You will have alcoholic drinks for tasting such as calvados (a regional apple brandy that has been made here for more than five centuries), pear cider and honey liqueur with 200 years of history, are produced by the monks according to ancient recipes.
Under the guidance of an experienced guide, a tour of Normandy begins from the ancient city of Rouen - the Norman capital, which is also a famous French port on the Seine River. Rouen is an incredibly beautiful city with many cultural attractions. Walking route through the city includes Notre Dame Cathedral, beloved by all, which represents the Gothic past of France and is the burial place of famous kings and dukes. On the street of the clock tower, you will find out why Rouen's Golden Clock, made in 1389, does not have a minute hand. Further, the market square of the 14th century, it is famous for the fact that at this place, Joan of Arc was executed at the stake. The city has been perfectly preserved since that time. You have a unique opportunity to see a restaurant established in 1345 with two Michelin stars.
Honfleur. It is impossible to forget this place, and many people return to this city again and again. It`s a cradle of the Impressionists: , it is easy to recognize the small port with blue and white yachts and fishing boats in the paintings by Claude Monet, Satie and Seurat. You will have lunch and free time for a walk and also will try Normandy Calvados and cider.
Trouville. This fishing town has its origins in the days of the Vikings. At the beginning of the 19th century, an unknown fishing village was located at this place, which later turned into a resort - the first on this coast!
Deauville. The most famous of Normandy's seaside resorts, is a beautiful, green and soigne townon the shores of the English Channel. Beloved by the French film bohemia for a reason of clean Atlantic Ocean, the luxurious endless beach, a casino, an American film festival, a world polo championship, a poker tournament and the largest horse auction in France.