Rouen in the Seine-Maritime department of Normandy is also called the town of a hundred bells. The magnificent Notre-Dame cathedral, made famous by Claude Monet, is a must to visit as well as the astronomical clock and the botanical gardens: as an 'Art and History' city, Rouen offers no less than fifty historical monuments. It is also the city where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake. And as for the local and Normandy cuisine, it's a reflection of the city itself: generous and full of flavour! Try the duck paté, normandy-style sole, duckling and sheep's foot à la rouennaise, soufflé normand... your taste buds will thank you! Fall under the charm of this lovely town in Bed and Breakfasts in and around Rouen.