Museum of Fine Arts, Rouen

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From Paris: Full-Day Small Group Trip To Rouen

1. From Paris: Full-Day Small Group Trip To Rouen

Meet your guide and take a seat on-board a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. Head towards the Normandy countryside en route to Rouen, which is widely considered among the region’s most beautiful cities. After your tour, enjoy the impressive views of the city and the Seine Valley before returning to Paris by minibus. Discover the authentic Norman city of Rouen. This is where Claude Monet painted the Rouen Cathedral series. Just try to resist the charm of this city in the heart of Normandy with its courthouse, Rouen Cathedral and Joan of Arc Square. Your guide will lead you through this captivating place to discover its many facets. Stroll through the antique dealer's district among the stunning half-timbered houses. This atmosphere inspired Pissaro in his famous urban series. Walk down the famous rue du Gros Horloge with its unique double-faced Renaissance clock. Enjoy a delicious lunch before discovering the Museum of Fine Arts in Rouen. Visit one of the most impressive collections in the region with paintings, sculptures and drawings dating from the end of the Middle Ages up to the present day from Veronese, Caravaggio, Rubens, Poussin, Fragonard and Ingres. Admire the famous paintings of the Impressionist masters such as Monet, Sisley, Pissaro, Caillebotte and Renoir.

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What people are saying about Museum of Fine Arts, Rouen

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Worth the drive

Our guide was from the city of Rouen and gave us a lot of information. The Joan of Arc experience was informative and in an historic setting. Eating at La Couronne, where Julia Child had her first French meal, was a highlight.