Now I would give this a five star but it was pouring down rain and ruining my experience. But it is lovely with plenty of historical buildings and modern shops and eateries.
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This is the street for which Rouen is so well-known and it always comes up to expectations. It is crowded with tourists, of course, but is quite super. The modern shops on both sides remind you that this is not a 'show place' but a...More
Rue du Gros Horloge used to see dignitaries on it as the buildings on site housed the local Government! Today the rough and large cobblestones welcome tourists and shoppers. The street has several high end stores, a Paris department store and many tourist type places....More
The reason I went to Rouen and didn't disappoint. It is an awesome sight day and even more awesome at night. Great shopping in this street too.
The gold and blue clock is the piece du resistance! just a few steps away from the Church of Joan of Arc, a lovely market and some great shopping and eating. This street is a must see! It also has the EU’s oldest restaurant..
Take leisurely stroll up and back down the street to appreciate the history and architecture, we did a morning and early evening walk to see the lights after dinner. Camera is a must. Lots if shops and places to eat. Christmas market was amazing.
Beautiful Tower clock during the day or night.one of the oldest working mechanisms in Europe Ypou can visit it or just walk by and take lots of pictures
This a wonderful street, in an historic town. It has lots of different shops, but the outstanding attribute is the archway that contains the ancient clock. The clock has a sun featured in the middle and 12 rays, spreading out on its dial. The street...More
The Rue is the main street in the pedestrian zone. The zone starts at the Eglise St-Vincent, goes to Notre-Dame-de-Rouen, and then past St-Maclou. The entire walk is great with lots of places to eat along the route.
This attraction fits lots of useful information about this particular clock, it's role in Rouen and Rouen itself into a small space. Spread over a number of floors the displays and information provide insight into how Rouen developed as a city in France and the...More