From the church of Joan of Arc to the cathedral this is the rue to walk down. Full of history, old buildings and the clock tower it's a walk you need to take. Take a drink or something to eat and then stroll down to...More
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Dating to the period of William the Conqueror, this town clock is a beautiful gold face with only one hand. Ancient clock masters did not know how to have two mechanisms at the same time for the hour and minutes and the people did not...More
This is another street near the river. Don't miss the opportunity to check out people-watching, shopping, and photo ops.
This street with the many restored historic houses has great character and everything to cater to the many visitors taste, cafés, ice cream parlours, pastry shops, you name it, it's there.
Beautiful medieval, partially restored and functioning one-handed clock, massive in size, placed in a wall above the archway which saw Joan of Arc pass beneath it. Lovely colors in the huge clock, and gold everywhere. Roman numerals tell the hour with the hour hand, but...More
Very interesting and carefully laid out to make the climb to the top not seem so daunting. Once there the views are excellent.
We went to visit the large clock, just before we travelled home, and it was well worth the visit, and only 7 euros per person, including the audio .