Normandy is in northern France
. There are various forms of limestone cliffs and significant bridgeheads from World War II. These landscapes developed from D-Day. Immediately before the coast is the rocky island of Mont-Saint-Michel with Gothic abbey on top, standing tall. The Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen reflects the elegance of the city of Rouen. Joan of Arc was burned here in 1431.
Visiting the points of interest in Normandy makes you appreciate to see sights as a child. At Mont-Saint-Michel, Bayeaux Tapestry, and in the works of Claude Monet, such as the cliffs at Étretat, beaches at Honfleur, and in one of the artist's own gardens, the impressionist movement was born.
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Coach Charter Germany's team decided to show you the most memorable encounters of Normandy:
1. Étretat Cliffs
Étretat is a coastal town in the France. Both sides of the town and its pebble beach have giant limestone cliffs, arches and peaks.
Mont-Saint-Michel is one of the most famous locations in Europe
. The island has heavily sloping hills and the complex gothic and Norman churches were founded throughout the middle ages. Mont-Saint-Michel, was very important to the war effort during World War Two.
Another one of the inspiring artwork that influenced impressionists is the port in the area of Calvados, just across the river Seine. The views from the edge of the Quai Saint-Etienne is breathtakingly stunning, gazing out to the sailboats moored at the riverside wharves.
4. Tapisserie de Bayeaux
Bayeux Tapestry is one of the finest medieval works. It can be seen in front of the Bayeaux museum. The audio-guide can be used to learn the specifics about the museum as you walk through it. It is unscripted. The film shows the growth of the show over time.
5. Claude Monet’s House and Gardens
Monet spent his final years in this home in Giverny, France and died in 1926. It has become a museum which includes many artists' objects as if the artists were still alive. The homes of leading artists gives an eerie feel. Some tourists would be lucky to visit the grounds of Giverny, the place where Monet was inspired to build and create his familiar sunflowers, wisteria, Japanese footbridge and the water lily pond.
6. Tatihou Island
Tatihou Island is like the old seaport of Mont-Saint-Michel and farther from the small town of La Hougue. You can experience the fights on foot when the tide is low and learn about them in books. In Ireland today, there is a beautiful environment which has a lighthouse, maritime museum, and botanical garden.
7. Notre-Dame de Rouen
Because of the solemn history of this medieval edifice, it is deemed as a rare church in Europe. This is a magnificently Gothic painting by Claude Monet. In Victorian times, this was the tallest building in the world. There are also an abundance of relics, ranging from a tomb of Viking chieftain who became the first ruler of the duchy of Normandy to a tomb containing the legendary Lionheart.
8. Old Rouen
As there are over 2000 old half-timbered homes in the historic centre of Rouen. Up until the 1500s, demolishing monuments like these was considered to be dangerous and something which should be destroyed. You can walk by several Gothic buildings, including cathedrals and bridges.
9. Le Havre
Some bomb-damaged cities in World War Two decided to restore their old architecture after the war. This renovation project has won Paris UNESCO status. Anyone who admires modern architecture would certainly appreciate this.
10. Food Table
There are lots of popular delicacies or foods from Normandy like camembert cheese and Livarot cheese. At Fromagerie Graindorge in France is a tour to see how cheeses are made. Here is the list of cheeses: Neufchâtel, Livarot, Pont l'Evêque and Camembert.
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