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Breathtaking Basicllica

Whether you are of the Catholic faith or non believer, this basilica is well worth visiting. From a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
fenlaDublin
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Great Spiritual Place.

I took the train from Paris to Lisieux just make sure you take the first train because sometimes... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ladylalique
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31 Rue du Carmel, 62095, Lisieux, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Whether you are of the Catholic faith or non believer, this basilica is well worth visiting. From a Catholic perspective there is the spiritual aspect to the visit, but even if you are of no faith, the basilica itself is a sight to behold. From...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I took the train from Paris to Lisieux just make sure you take the first train because sometimes they cancel the first train in the morning and if that happens don't worry you can always take the next train according to SNCF (french train company)...More

1  Thank Ladylalique
Reviewed 15 May 2018

A fascinating place of remembrance of a dedicated soul. The architecture is in perfect symbiosis with the spiritual message of Therese and of the church.

1  Thank MikiBrussels_Belgium
Reviewed 16 April 2018

We traveled here from Bayeux, stopping to see the home of St. Therese. The Basilica is one of our favorites we've visited. Almost entirely empty (mid-week visit), and the mosaics are striking. Fascinating to learn about St. Therese's life and her parents. An inspiring story.

1  Thank KKC11
Reviewed 11 April 2018

When we first arrived in Lisieux we were pointed to the Cathedrale and were somewhat confused as it didn't look anything like the photos. What we actually saw, in the centre of town was the 12th Century cathedral, that is now relegated to being a...More

2  Thank baggycat
Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

The neo byzantine architecture is the largest religions building of the 20th century. The structure is concrete but the visible exterieur is limestone and the interior covered in magnificent mosaics.

1  Thank cpmac
Reviewed 29 January 2018

Travelling in December, is a real plus, Christmas decorations and markets everywhere and very few tourists, the locals were extremely helpful and friendly, the Cathedral is not only magnificent, huge but very restful and moving

1  Thank Karen M
Reviewed 28 October 2017

Our pilgrimage group visited the basilica and was blessed to have mass in the crypt chapel. The basilica is so beautiful and we also visited the tomb of the recently canonized Saints Louis and Zellie Martin.

2  Thank VW49
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

We were staying in Liseux and went here, it was a really inspiring spiritual visit. I would encourage anyone to come here, loads of history and free

3  Thank hazel h
Reviewed 11 September 2017

The basilica is just a most colourful and amazing piece of mosaic art. Don't miss a visit to the crypt, just beautiful. A wonderful modern example of church architecture. Be there on the hour the chiming of the bells is not to be missed.

2  Thank janet r
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If you mean best time as hours , we did visit around noon because after noon there are some prayers done by the people in the city there .
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