Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Paris and London Christmas / NY EVE
  2. 2 5 Days in Switzerland
  3. 3 Bernese Oberland + Luzern 4 days
  4. 4 Where to weekend away from Frankfurt
  5. 5 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  6. 6 Overnight trip from Barcelona
  7. 7 Spain in July
  8. 8 Northern Italy with 2 kids itinerary help
  9. 9 International Flight Question
  10. 10 Honeymoon on a Budget
  11. 11 I need help deciding ASAP!
  12. 12 Dresden: How Many Nights?
  13. 13 Trip Report We're here!
  14. 14 Choosing a hotel - Campo de' Fiori or Piazza Venezia?
  15. 15 Which airport for Bellagio?
  16. 16 Swiss Trip Itineraryand Charges
  17. 17 New Law Regarding Vacation Rentals in Paris
  18. 18 4+ days in Lisbon over NYE, should we visit Sintra?
  19. 19 Mon Dieu! The Cops Are After Me
  20. 20 Scandinavia - By land or by sea?
  21. 21 Destination from London by train, advice please
  22. 22 Interesting places to visit
  23. 23 Europe Travel & Trivia Quiz #138- Bridges, Tunnels!
  24. 24 Ireland in April-Day trips from Galway base
  25. 25 Gorges du Tarn, accommodation & Activity recommendations
View next 25 » Back to the top

driving loop in Normandy

Jump to last reply

Starting from Rouen, I was thinking about a day doing this loop: Rouen -> Honfleur -> Étretat -> Veules-les-Roses -> Rouen If I map it out on google http://goo.gl/dOH6vt the estimate of the driving time is about 4 hours. So if I leave at 9am and plan to be back in Rouen around 6pm (although days are still long in Sept so I could return even later) that would give 9 hours, of which about 4 would be driving. Breaking it down a bit more, I could spend 2 hours in Honfleur, 2 hours in Étretat, and another hour in stops along the coast.

Does this sound plausible or too rushed? I've never been to this region before so I don't know if 1) the google time estimates are reasonable 2) if I have underestimated how much time many people like to spend in the locations I mentioned.

Any advice is welcome!

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement