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Few places have the history of Caen, in the Basse-Normandy region of France. From the tranquil resting place of a conqueror and his wife to a city which was almost destroyed in World War II, Caen has risen like a phoneix from the ashes to become a vibrant new city that attracts visitors for its history and its vision of peace for the future. With so much to experience in this historic city, selecting the right hotel is paramount. Through Venere one can book Caen hotels easily and with confidence using their extensive database, which features customer reviews of accommodation.
What's Caen Like?
The Men's Abbey, or L'Abbaye-aux-Hommes, is the result of William the Conqueror. He had this and the L'Abbaye-aux-Dames, the Ladies Abbey, built because he wanted to sway the Catholic church to allow his marriage to Matilda of Flanders. It worked, and now they are both buried in their respective abbeys. Opt for the guided tours in the abbeys and you will find them knowledgeable and passionate about their town's place in history. La Colline aux Oiseaux was once a rubbish dump. The forward-thinking city of Caen turned what could have been an eyesore into a lovely landscape of gardens as only the French can do. There is also a petting zoo and maze that the kids will love. One of the most popular attractions is the Memorial of Caen, which houses the history of the first and second world wars. Opt for the headphones and give yourself plenty of time to view the displays. For many this is a very moving experience and Caen has done an excellent job at bringing history to life. Maisons a Pans de Bois are timber-framed houses built in the 1500s. It is amazing to think that they are still standing after the majority of the city was razed during bombing raids.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Caen
One of the best ways to see Caen is on foot or by using their efficient bus and tram system. Walks along the canal will delight the traveler who may see ducks, coots, and herons. Whether you are in search of ancient history or modern history, Caen supplies both. There are many licensed guided tours available which encompassed Caen and the surrounding areas. Your hotel, booked through Venere, can organize this for you. Although the climate can be changeable in this region of France, Caen always has something to see and do no matter the weather notwithstanding, so book your Caen hotel today with Venere.