Caen Tourist information:
Caen is a large commercial port and industrial city, and although the centre is reasonably pleasant for a night's stay, it's best seen as a convenient ferry port for the Brittany Ferries from Portsmouth. In fact, the ferries actually dock in Ouistreham, about 10 miles north of Caen. Efforts have been made to make the centre tourist-friendly, and the new marina has helped. The centre is ringed in parts with the remains of the old city walls, a reminder that this was William the Conqueror's favourite city. If you're staying in Caen overnight, there's no shortage of hotels and restaurants. The town is a good base for exploring the rolling countryside of Calvados to the south.
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