Rouen is one of Normandy's most popular destinations. With a population of 110,000, it's a beautiful cathedral city that inspired Monet to paint many of his pictures. Gustave Flaubert, the famous author, also comes from the city, which is known for being the place where Joan of Arc met her demise. With much history to enjoy, the city has a beautifully restored medieval quarter with fascinating museums and a vibrant cultural scene. It's gone through many changes over the centuries. During the Middle Ages, Rouen was struck by the plague and then devastated by fire. Parts of it were bombed during World War II. However, the city has bounced back to become the magnificent capital of Normandy that it is today. The Rouen Enterprise branch is to the north of the River Seine in the city on Avenue Bernard Bicheray. This is close to the D982, which leads to the A150 and N1338, two major routes for driving around the wider area. If you're arriving at Rouen train station, the branch is about 2.5 miles away and you can get there on foot or by taxi.