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Want to learn about a fascinating part of French history? Then the city of Caen and Premiere Classe Hotel Caen Est - Mondeville are for you!

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Low cost hotel in Caen - 3 km from downtown
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Low cost hotel in Caen - 6 km from downtown
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Caen, located 9.3 miles inland from the English Channel, is the capital of Lower Normandy and the prefecture of the Calvados department in northern France. Located in the centre of its region it is a centre of political, economic and cultural power. With a population of 115,000, it is a busy university city and very modern, with four-fifths of it having been demolished in 1944 and rebuilt in the 1950s and 1960s.

The city first gained notoriety when William the Conqueror made it his capital where he went on to build two abbeys as well as the ducal castle. The French regained control of Caen in the 13th century but during the 100 Years’ War in 1346 the English destroyed the city. During the years of rebuilding, the king began building stronger defences around the city. During World War II, the Battle of Normandy affected much of Caen, as heavy battle raged through the city. The rebuilding that was needed as a result ensued shortly after the war. In total it is said that the rebuilding of the city took around 14 years.

Two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know the city of Caen. Premiere Classe Hotel Caen Est – Mondeville is just a short taxi ride from the town centre. You will want to spend your first day exploring what William the Conqueror left behind. First head to Chateau de Caen where you will discover one of the largest medieval fortresses in Western Europe and inside also lies the Museum of Normandy. After this check out the two abbeys William had built: Eglise St Etienne and Eglise de la St Trinite. For your second day why not relax in the beautiful Jardin des Plantes in the morning before paying a visit to the Memorial for Peace – a museum charting the events leading up to and after D-Day.

A one-week break
A week is the perfect amount of time to appreciate the city of Caen as well as the surrounding region of Lower Normandy. The Normandy beaches are just a stone’s throw away from Caen and the scenes of the D-Day landings are a must visit as one of the most important European sites in modern history. Also nearby and another important place to visit is the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer which honours the American soldiers who died in Europe during World War II.

A family holiday
Caen makes for a great place to take the whole family! Whether it is a visit to the amazing Parc Festyland amusement park, shopping in the city’s Friday market or Mondeville 2 shopping centre, or relaxing in the one of the city’s three scenic parks there will be something for everyone!

The city is served by the Caen la Mer Airport, located in Carpiquet, 6km west of Caen. It is the busiest airport in the region and offers flights to the United Kingdom, Spain, Germany, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria. The city’s rail station has trains leaving every two hours from Paris while you can also catch trains to Cherbourg, Le Mans and Rennes. For drivers the A13 heads to Paris, the N13 to Cherbourg, the N175 to Rouen, the A84 to Rennes and the N138 to Le Mans and Tours. Also, ferries cross the English Channel from Portsmouth to Ouistreham, 15km north of Caen. While in the city there are efficient bus and tram networks.


The region of Lower Normandy offers plenty of delicious food for you try while you are away. A real favourite, and from Caen, is ‘tripes a la mode de Caen’, which is tripe braised in cider and calvados for hours resulting in a melt in the mouth taste. Other popular dishes include ‘escalope de volaille a la Normande’ (poultry cooked in a cream, butter and mushroom sauce), ‘joue de boeuf’ (cow’s cheek marinated in red wine) and ‘andouille de Vire’ (a pig’s stomach and intestines delicacy).

Caen offers many chances to experience unique cultural events throughout the year. Perhaps the biggest is the Festival Aspect des Musiques d’Aujourd’hui in March which sees creative music taking over the city with concerts in all its venues and attracts people from all over the country. Other highlights on the calendar include Le Rock dans tous ses Etats Festival which has been rocking music lovers for over 23 years, the Balkan Spring Culture Festival and the Science Festival in October.

Interesting fact
Caen’s motto up until the French Revolution was ‘one God, one King, one Faith, one Law’. The city has no motto today.

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