Tourism - Haute-Normandie

Haute-Normandi e is a region of France that has two departments: Seine-Maritime and Eure. Main cities are Rouen and Evreux.

Haute-Normandie is an economically powerful region despite the fact that it has only two departments. Its assets are numerous with the cereal industry, its industrial district, its commercial ports and its high tech industries. Its cultural, environmental and fun assets are equally important, with numerous museums, and theatres, its parks and gardens, the value given to its forests and the restoration of its architectural heritage. Also, the tourists’ attractions are numerous with great abbeys, impressionism and of course Etretat, Dieppe, Rouen, or Evreux, as well as the beautiful countryside, its apples and dairy products.

Cultural events are numerous with the festival of ‘Polar A La Plage’, the ‘Festival ‘Les Nuits d'Orient’ and the ‘Festival coups 2 k'eure’.

Top tourist cities in Haute-Normandie


Tourism Rouen

Rouen is a town situated in northern France on the River Seine, and is the capital of the Haute-Normandie region. Rouen organises every four years the Grande Armada, a famous gathering of beautiful boats. Rouen used to be one of the biggest and richest cities of ...

Must : Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, Eglise Sainte Jeanne d'Arc de Rouen, Musée de la Céramique


Tourism Evreux

Evreux, cultural and administrative capital of the Eure department, is not a typical Norman town probably due to its closeness to Paris. Evreux is famous for its numerous monuments and parks, the most "beautiful city of Normandy" according to Madame de ...

Must : Tour de l'Horloge d'Evreux, Cathédrale Notre-Dame d'Evreux