Caen

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Coasting by on its solemn history

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Getting there You can get to Caen from Pontorson, Le Mans and Folligny. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 01:49 € 15
From Rennes 02:54 € 36
From Rouen 01:35 € 26
From Pontorson 02:00 € 27
From Le Mans 01:32 € 10
From Folligny 01:28 € 22
From Tours 02:45 € 15
From Avranches 01:41 € 25
From Mezidon 00:13 € 9
From St Pierre Des Corps 02:35 € 37
From Dol 02:23 € 29
From Cherbourg 01:12 € 22
From Argentan 00:35 € 12
From Lison 00:30 € 10
From Lisieux 00:25 € 9
From Bayeux 00:16 € 9
From St Lo 00:44 € 13
From Serquigny 00:52 € 15
From Alencon 01:01 € 10
From Evreux 01:06 € 22
From Carantilly-marigny 00:59 € 15
From Coutances 01:05 € 17
From Mantes Jolie 01:38 € 29


Getting around From Caen, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Mezidon 00:19 € 9
To Bayeux 00:22 € 9
To Lisieux 00:35 € 9
To Lison 00:43 € 10
To Serquigny 01:01 € 15
To Carantilly-marigny 01:09 € 15
To Cherbourg 01:18 € 21
To Rouen 01:55 € 26
To St Lo 02:47 € 13
To Carentan 03:03 € 13
To Argentan 03:05 € 12
To Coutances 03:24 € 17
To Valognes 03:28 € 17
To Elbeuf Saint Aubin 03:29 € 23
To Alencon 03:34 € 10
To Evreux 03:45 € 22
To Folligny 04:03 € 21
To Pontorson 04:03 € 27
To Mantes Jolie 04:04 € 29
To Paris 04:19 € 23
To Avranches 04:19 € 24
To Dol 04:20 € 29
To Le Mans 04:26 € 10
To Tours 05:17 € 15
To Rennes 05:49 € 31
To St Pierre Des Corps 06:22 € 25

While you're there

Caen, count the belltowers!

Caen is situated in Basse-Normandie, in the north-east of France. The town nicknamed "ville aux cent clochers" ("hundred bell towers city" ) is only 2 hours far from Paris and connected to England thanks to the ferry boat Caen-Portsmouth.

The main historical monuments of Caen were built under WIlliam the Conqueror in the 11th century: the Abbey of Saint-Etienne (also known as "Abbaye aux Hommes") which houses the city hall, the Abbey of Sainte-Trinité (also called "Abbaye aux Dames") and the picturesque castle, one of the largest castles in Europe.

Despite the bombings of the Second World War, the old city was conserved and you can still stroll about its streets. Don’t forget to visit the Mémorial of Caen, commemorating the Second World War and the Battle for Caen which you won’t leave without feeling moved.

Discover the local gastronomy: the famous tripe from Caen, the "livarot" cheese and the "teurgoule" dessert.

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  • "Caen to Paris"    
    For price when booked early 2nd class works ok. Given trip was aprx 2hr 20min value good for price. Website easy to use. It would be helpful to be able to have E-ticket rather than expense of couier of paper ticket.  
  • "BAD LUCK"    
    Engine had a power problem and we ended up arriving later than next TGV. Cannot complain of handling of incident however.  
  • "a good experience"    
    Everything went smoothly. The train was on time, it was comfortable, and the transfer from Paris Est to St Lazare station for our connecting flight was made easy by excellent signage.