Dog-friendly weekend in Normandy between culture and nature

The capital of Normandy, Rouen is steeped in history, with a fascinating heritage and numerous attractions, the highlight being the Cathedral Quarter. Stroll through the typical cobbled streets and half-timbered houses. From rue Saint-Romain to rue Saint-Nicolas, through Rue des Chanoines, the narrowest street in the city, don’t forget Place de la Vieux de Marché and rue de l’Horloge with its famous buildings. A true jewel of Gothic art, Notre Dame Cathedral overlooks the city day or night. Each year it hosts a sublime sound and light show, offering visitors the ideal opportunity to (re)discover the monument from a different angle.

Finally, no visit is complete without a stop at St. Maclew Oyster, a 16th-century Old Ossuary Cemetery. It is now converted into an art he gallery and space for artistic creation and production. An unusual place for its architecture, its history and the unique atmosphere that surrounds it. Dog-friendly weekend in Normandy between culture and nature

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