|Coming to Rouen|
|Rouen is connected to Paris by the highway A13 (130km), which is to say a little over an hour by car. The city is connected to the “Basse-Normandie” region and to Brittany by the same highway (A13). From the north side Rouen offers a direct relation with England by highway A28 and the Channel tunnel.
For more information: Normandy Highways (SAPN).
|A lot of trains make a stop by Rouen: TGV (fast train), and TER (regional train that stops almost everywhere). They come from the main cities around France (Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Le Havre, Caen, Lille, etc.)
Fast trains :
National trains :
Regional trains :
To know everything about leaving and arriving times, the SNCF – French national railway company – offers a website dedicated to these matters
|No need for a car when coming to Rouen. You can use the coach network to come and shop, discover, visit Rouen and the Seine valley. You can leave from Evreux, Le Havre, Dieppe, Lisieux, Elbeuf or Fécamp and enjoy one of the twenty lines leading to Rouen that have between two and twenty-four daily departures according to where you come from. More information below:
Fast connections :
More information on, www.cna.fr
|Mainly coming from England (Newhaven, Portsmouth) towards Caen, Le Havre or Dieppe, you will be able to get a wide choice of shuttles towards Rouen (A13 – see by car section)|