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Lisieux

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Location information for Lisieux

Lisieux is located in the bottom of the Touques river valley and on the road between Paris and Caen. It is the capital of the region known as Pays d' Auge, which boasts some of Normandy’s most charming places, such as the Côte Fleurie with its excellent seaside resort towns. Cheap car hire in Lisieux is readily available for the most rewarding self-drive tours.

Like many other Norman towns in France, Lisieux was established more than 2,000 years ago. It was during the 19th century that the city gradually lost its economical and religious significance. However, a miracle occurred shaking the town out of its tranquil existence.

At the 20th century’s turn France and later the entire planet discovered the message and life of Sister Theresa of the Child Jesus, a young Norman Carmelite nun. The city where the sister lived and died became a religiously pivotal shrine. With car rental in Lisieux tourists can explore every fascinating attraction in this idyllic town.

Despite the last World War’s severe destruction caused during, half-timbered houses still retain in the town along with a large number of historically interesting features. The destination’s geographical position makes it a perfect base from which to discover the enchanting Normandy region. For tours, car hire in Lisieux can be booked on-the-spot as well as in advance through the internet.

To reach Lisieux by road, the D613 from the French capital to Cherbourg crosses the city from east to west. The D579 is Lisieux’s second major road, following a northern route to Deaville and leading to the department of Orne in the south.