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Caudebec-En-Caux: Town & Cathedral

Quai Guilbaud, Caudebec-en-Caux, France
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Pleasant surprise

My wife and I were in our way from Honfleur to Abbaye de Jumieges. We knew we would not be able to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
TravelerMike9999
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Tiburon, California
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Interesting

This very large cathedral is from the 15th century. It is amazing that while very worn, everything... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
showmemo61
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Jefferson City, Missouri
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Quai Guilbaud, Caudebec-en-Caux, France
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I were in our way from Honfleur to Abbaye de Jumieges. We knew we would not be able to enter the abbey until after their lunch break (2:30 pm) so we had some time to kill. On a whim, since this cathedral...More

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Reviewed 13 October 2017

This very large cathedral is from the 15th century. It is amazing that while very worn, everything is basically intact

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Reviewed 1 August 2017

My husband and I, along with other seniors were traveling throughout France and this was one of our port of calls. We toured Caudebec, Rouen, Etretat, Honfleur and Normandy and loved every minute of our visit. Small quaint towns with lots of history and many...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

This typical French town was more than 80% destroyed by Nazi incendiary bombs in 1940. The majority of its inhabitants were killed. It is well worth a walk through the town. Our river cruise ship moored at the quay for two nights. There is a...More

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Reviewed 16 June 2017

We got to experience this quaint town on their market day, and had a grand time wandering through the square, which was alive with vendors, livestock and townsfolk! Everyone was friendly and laid back, and seemed to take much pride in their lovely home. We...More

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Reviewed 20 April 2017 via mobile

We, like another reviewer, stayed here for two days on board a river cruise ship. It is a fairly nondescript town, mainly due to having been rebuilt after it was bombed during the war in that soulless concrete style of so many towns in Northern...More

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Reviewed 13 April 2017

Our river ship docked in Caudebec-En-Caux for two days. It is a small town but pleasant with a nice central shopping area. The Cathedral of Notre Dame seems much too large for the town. It is a gothic cathedral with beautiful stained glass windows. It...More

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Reviewed 12 December 2016

It was a pretty little town on Seine, but not anything special to recommend. Do go look at the cathedral and walk around the sleepy town. Not much to recommend in terms of food or shopping.

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Reviewed 7 November 2016

Caudebec was one of our river cruise stop, our base if you will, for a couple of days, enroute to Paris. Accurately described by another reviewer, it is a "sleepy town". Following our Thursday morning excursion, we explored Caudebec after lunch & found most if...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2016

By chance we had visited Caudenbec-En-Caux on a weekend in September and it looked like everybody had gone on holidays. Most of the shops looked as if they were closed and as a relief there were no tourist souvenir shops to be seen. Most of...More

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stephanieLacey
29 May 2016|
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This town does not sound particularly special in any way, and Honfleur is a charming old port and Etretat a beautiful seaside spot often painted by the impressionists.
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