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Le Havre City Tour

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Enjoy this amazing City Sightseeing Le Havre with our panoramic cabriolet bus Bee Le Havre City Tour!

During 50 minutes, you will enjoy an amazing City Tour and panoramic view of Le Havre (the wonderful gateway of Paris and the biggest City in Normandy). You will explore the city centre of Le Havre and discover its history of 507 years with audio-guided comments. With 2 daily departures at 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm (and also every morning of cruise ship calls at 10:30 am, 11:30 am and 12:30 pm), you will love this discover of the biggest city of Normandy, one of the best Bus Tour in France, regularly recommended by our Bee Le Havre passengers on TripAdvisor and Google Reviews :

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All comments are available with individual audio-guides in French, English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian.

Bee Le Havre City Sightseeing Tour will help you discover all the faces and panoramas of Le Havre:

  • All the main monuments of Le Havre City.
  • All the main districts of the upper city and the lower city (St-François, Notre-Dame, Docks, Sainte-Adresse..).
  • The UNESCO World Heritage centre of Le Havre (the City centre of Le Havre was totally reconstructed by Auguste PERRET after the World War 2 and the terrible bombing before/after the Normandy Landings)…
  • The price of this Bee Le Havre City Tour is 14€ for adults and 6€ for children under 18 yrs (free for babies).
  • You can book your tickets online in advance directly on this website by clicking on the “book” button of this page Le Havre City Tour or directly the day of the City Tour departure by buying your seats at our bus stop located on the Place Perret or at our Bee Le Havre Souvenirs shop.
  • Important: Before buying your tickets, please take a few seconds to read our FAQ available at the bottom of this City Tour presentation page. You’re sure to find an answer to any questions you may have.

Circuit Bee Le Havre City Tour 2024

From now on, a new free pick-up service (by BeeBus) is available at 10 a.m. in front of the cruise terminal for all passengers who have booked one of our Bee Le Havre Tours.

How to access our bee le havre city tour bus stop .

Bee Le Havre Honfleur Tour’s bus stop is located at the Place Perret / Rue de Paris (in english : Perret Square / Paris Street). It’s very easy to access to our City sightseeing bus Bee Le Havre City Tour and our Bee Le Havre Honfleur Shuttle Bus :

  • On foot / By bus / By taxi: The Place Perret is in the city centre of Le Havre between the City Hall and the Volcan (take the Rue de Paris).
  • From Le Havre cruise ship terminal: From now on, a new free pick-up service (by BeeBus) is available at 10 a.m. in front of the cruise terminal for all passengers who have booked one of our Bee Le Havre Tours ( more info by clicking here ). Other solution, it takes only 30 minutes to walk to Place Perret ( following this simple route ). You can also take a taxi or the shuttle bus of your cruise ship, that connects the Cruise Terminal to the Place Perret all day long.
  • From the railway station : Take the tramway in front of the railway station during 2 stops in order to join the City Hall.

Bee Le Havre City Tour – Frequently Asked Questions

Important: are you coming to le havre with a cruise ship.

First of all, keep in mind that we will usually contact you by e-mail after your booking, so please check your spam folder as our e-mails often end up there after you have booked (And of course, check the spelling of your e-mail address when booking).

Then, you have to know that we’re also cruise passengers at Bee Le Havre Team. We love this way of traveling and discovering the world, and often take part in cruises. As a result, we’re well aware of the constraints that can affect your travels, such as the cancellation of a call. So don’t worry:

– If the call of your cruise ship in Le Havre is ever cancelled, you will of course be automatically refunded in full. There’s no need to contact us – don’t worry, we’re usually the first to know about the cancellation of a stopover.

– If your cruise ship ever changes the date of your call in Le Havre, no problem either, no need to cancel your reservation. We’ll automatically change the date of your booking to the new day on which your cruise ship calls at Le Havre.

– If your cruise ship arrives late at the Le Havre Cruise Terminal (for example, at 11am instead of 8am), don’t worry, we’ll adapt our Tour departure times to make it easier for you to come to our Tours.

– Finally, don’t forget that from now on, anyone with a reservation for one of our Tours (Bee Le Havre City Tour, Honfleur Tour or Deauville Tour) will automatically benefit from a brand-new, free BeeBus transfer service that will pick you up at 10:00 am (sharp) every day in front of the Cruise Terminal entrance and take you to downtown Le Havre (Place Perret). There’s no need to book this free service, as the pickup is now included in all our Tours. All you have to do is arrive at 9:45 a.m. at the meeting point. More info by clicking here.

See you soon in Le Havre & Normandy, Enjoy 🙂

What time are the departures of Bee Le Havre City Tour ?

The exact days and times of the departures of our tourist bus Bee Le Havre City Tour are displayed on our website and booking schedule. During the tourist period from April to October, except the days of privatization, the Bee Le Havre City Tour takes place in general in the afternoons at 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm (and the mornings of cruise ship call at 10:30 am, 11:30 am and 12:30 pm).

Where can I buy the tickets for the next City Tour departures?

You can buy your tickets directly on our website or directly in our Bee Le Havre Souvenirs Shop (located at 15 rue Robert de la Villehervé) or of course directly on the departure days from our bus stop (located at the “Place Perret” between the Volcano and the City Hall of Le Havre).

Can I buy my tickets directly on the bus (at the Place Perret stop)?

Yes you can, but on busy days we advise you to reserve your seats in advance directly on our website to be sure to get a seat or to go to our Souvenir Shop located next to our bus stop “Place Perret” (at 15 rue Robert de la Villehervé)

Payment Types?

You can pay online by Credit cards. You can pay at our bus stop by Cash or Credit cards.

What about refunds in case of cancellation?

Our refund policy Bee Le Havre is very simple: To cancel your reservation, you just have to send us your request by mail before your day of visit, you will be automatically refunded entirely on your bank card (without any justification to provide us).

But please, Important to read this advice: We would like to remind you that it is very important to use common sense when booking your tickets in advance on our website. For several years now, we have unfortunately been confronted with shameless people who hastily book their tickets in advance, only to ask us a few days later to cancel their booking, and then to make a new one online a few days later.. Please note that, although we pride ourselves on our commitment to you to always refund 100% of the amount paid, the banks charge us a substantial fee for each cancellation.

Therefore, if you value our service and would like us to continue to offer you benefits of this kind, please do not book in advance if you are unsure whether you will be able to visit us. In that case, please wait and buy your tickets on the day of your visit, when you’ll be at our Place Perret bus stop or in our Souvenir Shop. Of course, you run the risk of running out of tickets on the day of your visit, but it’s better than wasting all those bank charges.

We thank you in advance for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you soon in our BeeBus.

I have a 3 year old child, does he need a ticket?

Admission is free for children under 4 years of age, but he need to have a free ticket.

Is there a children's rate for Bee Le Havre City Tour?

The reduced price of our City Tour is valid for children aged under 18 years inclusive and student if you have a student card with you.

How long does the City Tour take?

Our special Bee Le Havre City Tour takes approximately 50 minutes (depending on traffic). You can not hop-on and hop-off for the moment during this Le Havre City Sightseeing. We hope that our Hop-on Hop off service will be available soon when we will have succeeded in obtaining the necessary authorizations from the public authorities.

Is there a commentary available in my language during Bee Le Havre City Tour?

The city sightseeing tour Bee Le Havre City Tour offers a recorded commentary in French, English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian. The comments are delivered to you via individual headphones that you will find on the bus. In addition, you should know that these multilingual commentaries are truly suitable for children as well as adults of all ages thanks to a captivating inter-generational dialogue that is greatly appreciated by our thousands of passengers who have been on board since June 2016.

What happens if it starts to rain during the City Tour with the convertible bus?

No problem, if it starts to rain during our City Tour (which of course happens very rarely in Normandy…), you will still enjoy a very pleasant panoramic ride without risk of getting wet because our yellow convertible bus Bee Le Havre City Tour is equipped with a retractable glass roof that unfolds automatically in only 10 seconds.

Is it possible to board your City Tour minibus with a wheelchair?

Our City Tour is currently carried out with a yellow convertible minibus that is very popular with all passengers, but very narrow (only has seating on board). Therefore, this yellow convertible minibus does not allow to board the City Tour with a wheelchair. Moreover, it is a minibus so it does not have any luggage compartments. However, it is possible to safely leave your wheelchair with one of our team members on the Place Perret during your City Tour. We will be pleased to be able to safely accept passengers sitting in their wheelchairs on our City Tour in the coming years as soon as we have larger buses.

Do you allow animals?

For health and safety reasons, large animals are not accepted on the bus. We do, of course, accept pets accompanying our visually impaired passengers or small dogs accustomed to riding public transportation.

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Discover the best of Normandy with our shore excursions from Le Havre. Explore the historic D-Day landing beaches, picturesque medieval towns, and stunning coastal landscapes of this beautiful region of France. Our expert guides provide insightful commentary and personalized service, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Book your excursion now and make the most of your time in Le Havre!"

Normandy is one of the most popular regions of France when it comes to Shore Excursions. Departing from all the major Cruise Ports and Ports of Calls such as the ports of Le Havre or Honfleur we organize private tours and group tours with private guides.

We pick up at your cruise ship and take you to the most important sites of the region including le Mont Saint Michel, Normandy D-Day Landing Beaches such as Omaha beach and Utah beach, other major World War II D-DAY sites such as Pointe du Hoc, Sainte Mere Eglise and American Cemetery of Omaha in Colleville Sur Mer. 

Our full day tours from Le Havre also include the visit of Paris . We will drive you to the French Capital in a smooth and relaxed way. Discover the main sites of Paris on a panoramic tour that will include top monuments such as the Eiffel tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral or le Marais district. Since this is a private tour we can fully customize the tour to your wishes. It is also possible for us to organise a personalized walking tour in Paris that will include museums such as Le Louvre or Musée d'Orsay.

Discover the opulence of Versailles with our shore excursion from Le Havre. Marvel at the lavish Palace of Versailles, the stunning Hall of Mirrors, and the expansive gardens that have inspired artists and architects for centuries. Our expert guides provide insightful commentary and personalized service, ensuring an unforgettable experience.

Experience the beauty of Monet's gardens with our shore excursion from Le Havre to Giverny. Explore the picturesque village of Giverny and visit the iconic home and gardens of the famous Impressionist painter Claude Monet . Marvel at the vibrant colors and intricate designs that inspired some of his most famous works. Our expert guides provide insightful commentary and personalized service, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Book your excursion now and discover the magic of Giverny

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About this tour

  • Pay your respects at the ceremonial memorial at the American Cemetery
  • Witness where  U.S. Army Rangers climbed the steep cliffs at Pointe du Hoc
  • Walk in the footsteps of the brave soldiers who landed on Omaha Beach
  • Step back in time as your guide gives you poignant information
  • Enjoy the convenience of pickup and drop-off at the Le Havre Cruise Port

The beaches of Normandy are constant witnesses to the struggle for our present. It is a place that brings together the memories, the courage and the indomitable spirit of those who shaped the course of history on the beaches of Normandy. Our tour of the Normandy beaches from Le Havre pays deep tribute and promises to remember the historic heroism of the Normandy landings.

German Cemetery: Echoes of Conflict and Remembrance

A trip to the solemn grounds of the German Cemetery, a poignant testimony to the hopeful lives lost during the turbulent days of World War II, will put you in a historical mood. Among the carefully laid tombstones and trodden paths of visitors, you will be struck by reflections on the sacrifices on both sides of the conflict. By following history, you learn to understand and appreciate it, so this initial stop sets the tone before continuing with the key events of the D-Day landings at Pointe du Hoc.

Pointe du Hoc: climbing to the heights of heroism

The famous Pointe du Hoc, home to the U.S. Army Rangers' heroic climb up the fortified cliffs, is an example of courage and determination in the fight for freedom. Standing at the top of these rugged hills, reminders of this audacious attack, which helped secure victory, spread all around us. You will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the historic atmosphere of this place, surrounded by the memory of the valour and scars of the battles that the hill bears.

Omaha Beach

The tranquillity of this place today makes it hard to believe that the historic battle that bore the name of one of the most intense battles during the D-Day landings took place right here on 6 June 1944. The same golden sand, scattered by the boots of American soldiers who bravely faced the formidable German defences. Fierce resistance, costly fighting and difficult terrain earned the beach the nickname 'Bloody Omaha'. Today's tranquillity and beauty of the place is due to the bravery of these soldiers, and we invite you to take a reflective walk on this historic site. At this point during the day we will distribute packed lunches. Our team has personally prepared a homemade baguette lunch for you, alongside which you will receive water and dessert.

American cemetery: a solemn tribute to sacrifice

The American Cemetery is a place of reverence and reflection. The sight of rows of white crosses and Stars of David is a humbling reminder of the enormous sacrifices made for freedom. A testament to the sacrifice and determination of each of these soldiers, it remains recorded in history as the great price that freedom brings. The tranquil surroundings belies the profound impact of the events that took place here, and as you walk between the graves, you will be reminded of the profound price of freedom.

An intimate and informative experience

The backdrop of picturesque landscapes contrasts with the rich and moving stories of heroism, strategy and sacrifice that took place on these shores. Our experienced guide will lead you through these testimonies of the past to help you gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced and triumphs achieved during Operation Overlord.

What’s Included?

  • Pick-up and drop-off at the Le Havre port
  • Expert local tour guide
  • Complimentary cold packed lunch including a baguette, water, and small dessert
  • Other food and drinks

Meeting and Pickup

When you debark from your cruise ship, head outside the cruise terminal. Your guide will be waiting outside the security gate with a sign that says VEXPERIO . Please note : we do NOT meet at the parking lot directly next to the cruise ships. Please head outside of the security gate - it is about a 3-minute walk, 1000ft / 300m.

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1. Port of Le Havre

You will start your tour of Normandy with a hassle-free pick-up from the port of Le Havre. Our experienced guide will meet you at the cruise port, explaining all the steps of your memorable journey.

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2. German Cemetery

Embark on a scenic drive to the German Cemetery, opening up a different perspective on World War II. Spend some time exploring this solemn site, with a brief pause for reflection.

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3. Pointe du Hoc

Up next is the legendary Pointe du Hoc. Situated on a rugged cliff-top overlooking the English Channel, Pointe du Hoc stands as a testament to the remarkable courage and determination of the American Rangers during the D-Day invasion.

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4. Omaha Beach

Continue to Omaha Beach to be absorbed in the reflective atmosphere of this historic site. It witnessed key events during the D-Day invasion and you will have the opportunity to learn fascinating historical facts about the intense battle that took place along this stretch of the Normandy coastline.

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Take a break at Omaha Beach to enjoy a meal and relax in the beautiful surroundings. Our team has personally prepared a homemade baguette lunch for you, alongside which you will receive water and dessert.

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6. American Cemetery

Our final stop on this solemn journey is the American Cemetery, a hallowed ground overlooking Omaha Beach. Located in a tranquil setting, this sacred site serves as the resting place of more than 9,000 American soldiers whose sacrifice will remain the greatest price of peace. Spend time visiting this sacred site as an example of remembrance and tribute to their sacrifice.

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7. Port of Le Havre

End your enriching journey with a relaxing drive back to the port of Le Havre. Take this time to contemplate the significance of the history witnessed on these beaches during the D-Day landings and the courage shown by the Allied forces.

Cancellation Policy

  • For groups of 1-6 people: free cancellation up to 48 hours in advance.
  • For groups of 7+ people: free cancellation up to up to 7 days ahead. From 6 days in advance to 48 hours in advance, a 50% fee will apply.
  • Cancellations less than 48 hours ahead or no-shows result in no refund.

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Important Information

Thank you for booking our D-Day Landing Beaches Shore Excursion from Le Havre Port. 

Lunch Included: Enjoy a complimentary homemade packed lunch—classic French ham and cheese sandwich, a bottle of water, and dessert. Vegetarian or have dietary restrictions? Please inform us at least 48 hours before the tour for a tomato and goat cheese sandwich or other dietary accommodations.

Meeting Point: Upon disembarking, please proceed to the terminal entrance, just outside the security gate, about a 3-minute walk (1000 feet / 300 meters) from the cruise terminal. We do not meet at the car park next to the cruise ship. Our representatives will have a "VEXPERIO" sign.

Tour Timing: Your tour time will be indicated on your ticket, but if you have any doubts please reach out to us at [email protected], or by SMS/WhatsApp under +49 176 636 40755. If your ship's arrival is delayed, the tour will start within 30 minutes after docking. Please be on time; if delayed, contact us immediately. 

Inclusions: Modern, air-conditioned shared bus transportation. Pickup and drop-off at the port of Le Havre. Professional local tour guide. Packed cold lunch: baguette, water, and small dessert.

Exclusions: Gratuities (recommended: 10% for guides, 5% for bus drivers). Entrance fees (none required).

Additional Information: See a video of our tour on https://www.youtube.com/@vexperio4033! Language: English. Accessibility: Not wheelchair accessible; light, foldable wheelchairs can be accommodated, but the bus lacks a ramp. Level of Difficulty: Moderate, with some walking involved. Please wear comfortable footwear and weather-appropriate clothing. An umbrella is recommended. You can store your belongings on the bus, which will be locked when unattended. If you fail to notify us and are not on time, the bus cannot wait, and a refund cannot be provided. Should you become separated from the group, please call our emergency number immediately.

We look forward to welcoming you in France!

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Weather-appropriate clothing

Know before you go:

The Normandy tour involves walking on uneven surfaces and is not wheelchair accessible or suitable for people with mobility issues

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Le Havre cruise port (by a local) – what to do + excursions

by Claire ROBINSON , Region Lovers | June 16, 2023 | no intrusive ads, no sponsored content, just some affiliate links - if you use them, we get a small commission (read more)

Does your cruise call at Le Havre , France? If you have the chance to stop in our hometown, here is a guide with our selection of things to do in the cruise port of Le Havre on a day: architecture, nature, history, art… ideas for everyone! Stay in town or explore Normandy with one of the shore excursions from Le Havre.

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Introduction to Le Havre, Normandy

As a major commercial port of Normandy France, Le Havre also welcomes many cruise ships each year.

A resilient story

The city itself was largely destroyed during World War II, so you won’t see many churches and old buildings like in other French cities. But it was rebuilt by Auguste Perret in a modern architectural style that has been classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

A light that has inspired many artists

The light and the clouds in Le Havre are always special. They have inspired many artists, including the impressionists. Claude Monet and Eugene Boudin, for example, painted the colors of Le Havre.

Impressionism in Le Havre

In the beautiful region of Normandy

The cruise port of Le Havre is also a great place to explore some of the most beautiful places in Normandy with shore excursions.

Our hometown

Le Havre is our home town. This is where we were born and raised. I have been living thereClaire) again since 2016. Our family has been here for a long time. Our family store is established in Le Havre since 1870 (yes, you read correctly with an 8!). Our grandfather was one of the first people to receive the keys to the new buildings after World War II and he was very appreciative of the improvement in his quality of life.

If you are planning a longer weekend in Le Havre, see our article on things to do in Le Havre in Normandy .

The port of Le Havre

Cruises arriving in Le Havre

This article is for people who spend a few hours on a cruise ship. You can arrive with :

  • MSC Cruises (by the way, if you need help choosing your drink packages on an MSC cruise, see this guide )
  • Royal Caribbean
  • or with a river cruise on the Seine

Main options – Shore Excursions from Le Havre in Normandy

So, are you stopping over in Le Havre during your cruise? Great! Here is my selection of the main shore excursions from Le Havre to consider. They are not in any particular order (it depends on what you are interested in):

OPTION 1 – Visit Le Havre

Visit of the cruise port of Le Havre - city center

Le Havre is a strange city, I admit it. For many visitors (and for the French), this is not what France should look like. But Le Havre is a unique and trendy city, which has a lot to offer and should not be neglected. You can spend a great day in Le Havre discovering the architecture and sea views that have inspired so many artists, such as Monet. And it will be the cheapest option.

I’m not going to go into detail here – you can learn all about my hometown later in the article (after my list of options, check out the must-see places and my itinerary suggestions).

OPTION 2 – Visit of the landing beaches

La Havre Shore excursions - D-Day landing beaches in Normandy

Those interested in the history of the war can take a shore excursion from Le Havre to visit the landing beaches and some of the World War II monuments.

American-friendly tours include Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, the Overlord Museum and the American Cemetery. See program and book

Canadian-friendly tours include Juno Beach, the Canadian Cemetery and the Abbaye d’Ardenne. See program and book

OPTION 3 – Mont-Saint-Michel

Le Havre excursions - Mont saint Michel

It’s a long drive to Mont St Michel (a little over 2.5 hours) but it is one of France’s most iconic jewels, and a Unesco site. The view from the mainland is simply breathtaking, whatever the weather. You can then visit this rocky island on top of which is the 8th century Benedictine abbey.

One of the most famous sites to visit in France is accessible during a Le Havre cruise excursion!

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OPTION 4 – Live painting – Giverny, Rouen and Honfleur

Le Havre excursions - Honfleur

If you are looking for charming villages and places that have inspired famous artists, Normandy has many sites that can satisfy you. For example, you can go to Giverny to visit Monet’s house and gardens, and stop in the historic city of Rouen. You can also visit the charming town of Honfleur, which is one of the most charming ports in France. See program and book

OPTION 5 – Étretat

Le Havre excursions - Etretat

One of my favorite places to visit in Normandy is Etretat. I love this little cove and the impressive white cliffs that surround it. And as a French girl, I grew up with the stories of Leblanc’s fictional character, Arsène Lupin, who hid his treasure in the pinnacle. The heart of the town has charming old houses typical of the area and from the beach you can climb the cliffs on both sides for incredible views.

You can take the bus 13 which runs every hour. Or rent a car for the day (40min drive)

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  • Choose a car that is comfortable enough (distances can be long) but compact (some parking lots and villages are narrow).
  • Think of the complete insurance (some roads are tortuous and narrow).
  • There is a lot of demand, book it early .

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Of course, you can also go to Paris for the day. Your cruise ship will probably offer day trips between Le Havre and Paris. It takes about 2h30 to get there. So you still have several hours to visit.

We know that Paris is the city that makes people dream, but our opinion is that it would be very frustrating to spend only a few hours there. It is too difficult to choose what to see.

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Stopover at the Port of Le Havre – advice

Let us now tell you a little more about Le Havre as a cruise port.

Arrival at the cruise port of Le Havre

When your cruise ship arrives in Le Havre, I recommend you go out on deck to see the beach and the Perret architecture as a whole. And wave a little because I might see you from my window. LOL (here’s the picture of the boat below – I took it from my apartment window).

Arriving in the Le Havre Cruise Port 2

Cruise Terminal

Arriving in the Le Havre Cruise Port 3

The ships are docked at the Cruise Terminal. It is located 2.5 km (1.5 mi) from the city center. The walk will take you 30min. Most cruise lines offer shuttles between the terminal and downtown for those not participating in shore excursions. They take you near what is called Le Volcan (a unique theater that I will show you later). Or you can jump in a cab. It costs about 8 euros for the city center and 10 euros for the train station. At the reception center, you can get a map of the city to help you get around.

Getting around

Getting around Le Havre

On foot The best way to visit the city center is on foot. Unless you visit Sainte-Adresse, the rest is just flat walking. This is how you can best appreciate the architecture.

Tourist bus – in summer However, if you want to get a glimpse of the whole city, consider jumping on the “Bee Le Havre ” tour bus to learn more about this amazing city. It leaves from the side of the volcano opposite the one where the shuttle drops you off. They also now have a Food Bus and a bus tour of Honfleur.

By bike At the cruise terminal, it is possible to rent bicycles

Tuk Tuk – in summer Tuk-Tuk (electric vehicle) tours depart near the marina

Other things to know

  • The currency is the euro
  • Tipping is not mandatory. At the restaurant, you can leave a few euros if you are very satisfied with the service.
  • The European emergency number is 112
  • Sunday is a day of rest in France, stores are closed, except food stores, until lunchtime. The Muma Museum is normally open.
  • Many stores and museums may be closed on Mondays (the Muma Museum is closed).
  • If you are looking for clothes, some stores should be open on Mondays and Sundays at the Docks (not the same direction as the city center)
  • It is a large seaport, so English is common, but some French people will not speak English at all.

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What to do in Le Havre from the cruise port

You wonder if you should opt for a stay in Le Havre and visit the city? Let me show you all the main points of interest in Le Havre that you could enjoy:

Architecture of Perret

Things to do in Le Havre cruise port - Perret architecture town hall

Let’s start with the reason why Le Havre is a Unesco site. Since it was destroyed during World War II, most of the downtown area was rebuilt with a uniform architecture. It was based on the engineering of Auguste Perret who was a pioneer in the use of reinforced concrete. These new buildings have brought many facilities that people did not have before in their homes.

Things to do in Le Havre cruise port - Perret architecture st joseph church

The most stunning pieces of downtown are the town hall with its tower on the side and the unique St. Joseph’s church. Don’t hesitate to enter the church (from 10 am to 6 pm), especially on a sunny day, to see the stained glass windows.

Architecture of Oscar Niemeyer

Oscar Niemeyer le Havre

Right next to where the shuttle stops, you can’t miss the iconic building that we call either “The Volcano” (the volcano) or “The Yogurt Pot” (the yogurt pot). I know, it’s funny. It contrasts sharply with the Perret architecture and we love our theater. It was built in 1982 on the project of Oscar Niemeyer , an architect famous for his modern buildings in Brasilia.

Things to do in Le Havre cruise port - Oscan Niemeyer architecture 2

Nature & Art

Things to do in Le Havre cruise port - beach

As we said before, the light of Le Havre has been a source of inspiration for many artists, especially the impressionists. The city has set up displays along the ponds and the coastal promenade to show you some of the paintings where they were created. I think this is a great idea, and although I see them often, I always stop to look at them again.

Things to do in Le Havre cruise port - art

There is a long walk along the beach that also takes you to the nearby town of Sainte Adresse where the Belgian government was headquartered during the First World War. Note that at high tide, there is no sand, only pebbles. But at low tide, you can walk on the sand. And in summer, small historic beach bungalows appear on the beach, where families come to spend the day.

MuMa Museum

What to do in Le Havre cruise port - museum MuMa

The most famous museum of Le Havre is the André Malraux museum, also known as MuMa . Located at the end of the seaside promenade, near the harbor watchtower, it offers beautiful collections. The museum is filled with light and has a large open structure. On permanent display are paintings from the 15th century to the 20th century with pieces by Delacroix, Boudin, Monet, Renoir, Degas, Manet and many others… It has one of the most prestigious collections of impressionist art outside of Paris. Closed on Monday.

What to do in Le Havre cruise port - modern art

In 2018, it was the 500th anniversary of Le Havre. For the event, modern art pieces were installed and fortunately, some are here to stay. Vincent Ganivet set up 2 modern arches created by assembling colored containers. We love it! It is located at the end of the rue de Paris with the port in the background.

Other buildings

What to do in Le Havre cruise port - Cathedral

As I said earlier, there is not much left of the old Havre, because it was destroyed during the Second World War. But on the rue de Paris, you can still see the cathedral. It is small. The bell tower dates from the 16th century. The main façade is baroque. Inside, the church’s organs are gifts from Cardinal de Richelieu in the 17th century.

What to do in Le Havre cruise port - viewpoints

If you feel like walking a little higher. At the end of the main beach walk, you can head to the top of the cliffs. Follow the road and you will reach a panoramic viewpoint. On a clear day, you can see Deauville and Trouville on the other side of the estuary. But whatever the weather, you have superb views of the city of Le Havre with the beach and the bell tower of St. Joseph’s church overlooking it.

It is called ‘Table d’orientation’ or ‘Balcon de l’Estuaire’. GPS – 49°30’26.3 “N 0°04’25.7 “E

Culture and gastronomy

You can also stroll through the streets of Le Havre to discover many bakeries and other stores to understand a little about life in France. Les Halles is a great place to people-watch as many downtown residents come to buy food at this covered market (many stores are closed between 1 and 3 pm). It is located behind Le Volcan.

PLAN YOUR STAY IN Le Havre

  • Best things to do in Le Havre
  • The beach of Le Havre
  • Where to stay in Le Havre
  • Where to eat in Le Havre – coming soon
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1 day in Le Havre Walk

1 day le Havre walk cruise Port

  • Get off the shuttle at the Volcano
  • Admire the Bassin du Commerce with its beautiful arched bridge. The statue next to it is in memory of those who died protecting our country.
  • Cross the road and admire the architecture of Oscar Niemeyer
  • Cross the passage behind and visit the covered market for a snapshot of life in France (if you like bread, see the Boulangerie Portier outside the market (across the street), they make the best bread in Le Havre in my opinion) – Note that the covered market is closed in the early afternoon, it becomes lively again at 3pm
  • Walk to the City Hall and enjoy the gardens – appreciate Perret’s architecture – square concrete blocks
  • Walk to the beach on Avenue Foch, one of the largest in Europe
  • Before the gate-shaped buildings, turn left and walk towards St. Joseph’s Church
  • Walk to the sea

Option A – for art lovers

  • Walk left along the marina to the MuMa Museum.
  • Visit the museum
  • Walk towards the double-container arch
  • Return to the Volcano via the Rue de Paris and its protected arches to do some shopping, and visit the cathedral on the way.

Option B – for those who prefer the outdoors and can walk uphill

9b. Turn right onto the beach promenade 10b. At the Sainte Adresse sign, either go up or continue on the flat promenade and take the stairs 11b. Enjoy the view from the panoramic viewpoint 12b. Return on foot

Le Havre after the rain

Options for a rainy day

Le Havre is not as humid as other regions of Normandy, but it is located in the north of France, by the sea, and therefore receives frequent showers. If it doesn’t rain much, I recommend wearing a good poncho and still enjoying the sunny day program. And you never know, the rain may stop. The main areas you can still enjoy on a rainy day:

  • The underground of the Volcano and its library
  • The rue de Paris because it has covered passages for window shopping and the cathedral
  • The MuMa Museum
  • Les Halles, the covered market

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Shopping and Souvenirs

Looking for souvenirs.

Just before taking the shuttle back to your cruise ship, near the volcano is the “Local Shop” where you can find many Le Havre or Normandy branded items and other local products (location B on the map).

You can also find Le Havre brand products at the reception center (location A on the map)

Souvenir shopping Le Havre cruise port

We also recommend Chocolatier Hautot’s box of chocolate with a fondant caramel heart. It is located near Halles. We love their cakes, but they can’t be transported… So we recommend their super-cool boxes of “Boujous de Normandie” chocolates (Boujous is the local word for kisses).

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Want to go shopping?

It’s not our thing, but for those who like it, the main shopping areas downtown are:

  • The street of Paris with its local and traditional stores
  • Coty Mall where you will find chain stores (location C on the map)
  • The docks – outside the Hyper-center, not far from the train station – more chain stores.

Where to eat

Hummmm it’s a difficult question to answer from a tourist point of view… It also depends on where you are in the route… I don’t normally write about food much. But since this is where I live, here are some suggestions:

Baguettes, Sandwiches and Cakes

If you want to taste an excellent French bread, delicate pastries or if you want to opt for a sandwich for lunch, go to Maison Portier, Place des Halles (near location 4). Address : 48 Rue Bernardin de Saint-Pierre – closed on Monday Even after living in many cities and all over the world, my brother, my parents and I still think this is the best bread we have ever tasted.

Cakes at Portier, Le Havre

The Wine bar

In the pedestrian streets north of Les Halles (north of point 3 – 101 rue Victor Hugo), you will find the Wine bar. It’s a place with wine fountains where you can taste the amount you want of each wine. It’s great to be able to taste a wide variety without drinking whole glasses. And their food is also delicious

Wine bar le Havre

Lunch options

There are many restaurants in the city center. It depends on what you like. In the summer, we even have temporary restaurants that are set up on the beach. The typical dish to taste is mussels in a cream of camembert.

But some of my favorites are actually not near the hiking trails I gave you…

For fine, gourmet French cuisine, you can visit Jean Étoilé: Luc Tartarin – Address: 73 avenue Foch (along route 6 on the map) (reservation required). And our favorite: Le Margote at 50 Quai Michel Féré (reservations essential).

Le Margote

Nice break if you’re near the container arch

Our favorite little canteen is Calice et Mandibule (at the end of Rue de Paris, not far from the colorful containers). We love the owners’ wholesome approach. The lunch dishes are tasty, and the cakes original and delicious. But what we love most of all is the choice of infusions and teas (and iced tea in summer). They’re excellent!

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Nice break for those who are on option B Walk

If you continued to walk along the beach, on the Sainte-Adresse side, you will arrive at a nice restaurant-bar with a terrace on the seaside. His name is LATERAS. It’s a great place for a break with delicious mocktails of freshly squeezed juice and tasty pancakes.

GPS – 49°30’14.7 “N 0°04’40.1 “E

Update: The restaurant-bar has a new owner. The name has changed. We haven’t tried the new one yet. We will update this when we go.

Afternoon tea le Havre

Street Art walk in Le Havre

If you are looking for something different and like Street Art, Jace has created pieces all around Le Havre, notably with a little orange character named Gouzou. You can find a map of all his tags HERE . You can create your own itinerary around it!

Street art Le Havre

Departure from Le Havre / Staying in Le Havre

At certain times of the year, the ships leave just as the sun is setting and you could be enjoying some great colors!

sunset in Le Havre

And if you finish your cruise in Le Havre, why not stay a few days to explore the area!

Here are some accommodation options (or see our article on where to sleep in Le Havre )

  • Hotel Spa Vent d’Ouest near our famous church and less than 5 minutes walk from the waterfront
  • see pictures and availability
  • Hotel Spa Pasino inside one of our most impressive buildings with high ceilings, swimming pool and casino – see photos and availability
  • The new beachfront hotel opened in 2021: Hilton Garden Inn by the marina with sea views – see photos and availability
  • and superb rentals, see the best rated accommodations in Le Havre

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Normandy D'Day Tours- Gold Beach, British West, American East and West sectors, drop zone, Mont St Michel tours

From 1000€ up to 4 people

Private tour, american d-day tour, from le havre, visit key battle sites.

Explore the D-Day landing beaches of Normandy and gain insight into Europe’s World War II history on this full-day tour from Le Havre. Visit key battle sites including Omaha Beach and the Pointe du Hoc  with a guide, and learn of the sacrifices made during WWII. Read the names of soldiers missing in action at the Normandy American Cemetery.

Full day tour departure from Le Havre

After an hour and a half to reach the British sector.

Then, we will join the American sector to make you discover the lunar landscape of the Pointe du Hoc, the American cemetery of Colleville sur mer so that we can collect you on the graves of American soldiers. We will give you a lunch break before reaching the port of Le Havre.

Full day tour’s route

Longues sur mer (german gun battery) devonshire reg't, colleville sur mer (us cemetery), omaha beach (1st and 29th u.s divisions), pointe du hoc (2nd u.s rangers).

Stops at different monuments along the way

  • Museum admission when there is on the program
  • Pickup and drop off hotel (if requested)

does not include

  • Museum admission

CANCELLATION POLICY

There will be a full refund if you cancel at least 15 days prior to the first day of the tour. But, if you cancel : between 8 and 14 days before the first day of the tour, we will refund 75% of the total invoice. between 3 and 7 days before the first day of the tour, we will refund 50% of the total invoice. If you cancel within 48 hours of your tour no refund will be given.

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Top 5 tours to visit Le Havre

Le Havre , long misunderstood, has become a trendy destination, especially since its classification by UNESCO.

Triggering a hitherto lukewarm curiosity, this consecration and, in 2017, the festivities to mark 500 years since its creation have revealed to tourists an attractive destination whose two major assets are architecture and impressionism, but not just that. Follow me, please.

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02 Smooth curves

Oscar Niemeyer, the man from Brasilia . While Perret’s architecture is based on orthogonality, Niemeyer’s is all curves and softness. The two visions do not oppose, but rather complement each other. The Volcan, the national stage, concert hall is the most important building. The second, lower one, houses a library which many observers and professionals agree is one of the most stunning and original in France . Designer furniture, work room, atrium with glass ceiling … a place you really must visit where you can settle down to read a magazine or have a cup of tea with a pastry in the cafeteria. It is also a place that occasionally hosts the “Goût des Autres” festival, heritage days or the Tourism Night.

La cathédrale Notre-Dame du Havre

03 From Impressionism to Jean Nouvel

For lovers of painting, enlightened amateurs or the simply curious, the MuMa is a visit you won’t forget. An exceptional building open to the light and the entrance to the port, it has a really impressive business card: the second-largest Impressionist collection in France , the first museum rebuilt after the Second World War and inaugurated by André Malraux, here you can see Monet, Pissarro, Eugène Boudin, Sisley, Renoir, Courbet, Braque, Van Dongen, Matisse, Marquet, Dufy, Friesz, Derain … a great occasion in prospect. Coming out, there’s a contemporary stop ahead, under Vincent Ganivet’s “Catène” (chain) of containers, erected in 2017 for the city’s 500th anniversary.

A little further on, dive into the historic heart of Le Havre to discover the few remaining traces of Le Havre in days gone by: Notre-Dame Cathedral (16th century), the Natural History Museum or Saint-François district, the Shipowner’s House (18th century) and its surprising and extremely rare skylight, and the Dubocage de Bléville Hotel (17th century). To relax, head for the Bains des Docks Aquatic Centre . This space will amaze you with its design, inspired by Roman thermal baths. Here, Jean Nouvel created an astonishing aquatic complex located between town and port.

Promeneur à la plage achetant une glace au camion Ortiz

05 Le Havre, lower town or upper town

To go from one to the other and discover a less well-known aspect, let’s take the funicular (here it’s called the “funi” or “ficelle” (string). Only ten cities in France offer this means of transport. Let’s head uphill. In three minutes, we go from Place Thiers to Rue Félix Faure, a wonderful artery to travel along. You’ll understand why the merchants and shipowners built large, elegant villas there. Also served by stairs, it’s worth going back down the Beasley steps to the Saint-Vincent district, a kind of village within the city. Your reward after this wonderful trip? The pastry shop of Clément Mazzoni , a great sweet moment to experience: the galette, the pine cone, the citrus pie… not to mention the chocolates.

Un banc en bois entouré de verdure dans les Jardins Suspendus

04 Watching the dancing sea

Le Havre is certainly a large port, but it’s also a long and magnificent seafront. From the entrance to the port, Boulevard Clemenceau runs along the marina (accessible 24/7 without tidal constraints) before arriving at the Société des Régates du Havre at the Tourist Office, on your right, don’t miss the wonderful white building from the 1930s, the “Transatlantique”.

The beach isn’t far away – its 17 restaurants operating from the third week of March until the last weekend of September await your arrival for lunch, a drink or dinner, but not before you enjoy an ice cream cone from another Le Havre institution: Ortiz . They are guaranteed “home-made” and have been delighting generations of Le Havre residents and tourists since the 1930s.

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Le Havre : vous avez dit architecture ?

La douceur des courbes

De l’impressionnisme à Jean Nouvel

La mer qu’on voit danser

La vie en vert

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Le Havre Cruise Port Guide | 7 Best Things To Do In Le Havre Port

Le Havre, Normandy, France

Le Havre cruise port is one of the major ports in France, located in northern France’s Normandy region, where the Seine River meets the English Channel on the Atlantic Coast. It is one of the most popular cruise destinations due to its proximity to Paris (200 km/125 miles), Normandy beaches (145 km/90 miles), Rouen (92 km/57 miles), Mont Saint-Michel (220 km/137 miles) and other popular French destinations. In this article, read about:

  • Le Havre cruise port (Le Havre cruise terminal, getting around, useful tips)
  • 7 best things to do in Le Havre port (including shore excursions to Paris, Rouen, D-Day Beaches, Honfleur, Deauville, Mont Saint-Michel, Etretat)

Visit also our cruise port guides to Cherbourg , Lisbon , Gibraltar , La Coruna , Vigo ,  Brugge (Bruges) , Amsterdam

Le Havre Cruise Port

Le Havre port is France’s largest containership port and its second-largest cargo port (after Marseille ). The port consists of a series of canal-like docks and is operated by the national agency “Grand Port Maritime du Havre”. Port of Le Havre is also a popular port of call due to its developed port facilities and capacity to accommodate the world’s largest cruise liners.

Cruise Terminal Le Havre (Terminal Croisière Le Havre) is located at the site called Pointe de Floride (Florida tip). The terminal consists of two docking piers located on Quay Roger Meunier and Quay Pierre Callet . The terminal building features facilities including a Tourist information office, free wi-fi, a couple of shops, security screening, check-in counters, a passenger lounge area, a taxi rank and car rental options.

Le Havre city center is located 2 km/1.3 miles from Le Havre cruise terminal. The walk is on flat surfaces, however, it’s not very scenic as you need to go around the ferry terminal (port Le Havre regularly serves ferries to Portsmouth, UK) and Bassin de la Manche. It takes approximately a 25-minute walk to reach Le Havre downtown.

Alternatively, cruise lines/port authorities may offer shuttle bus transfers into the city, usually for an extra fee. Make sure you check this onboard before arriving at the port. Taxis are available in the terminal.

Le Havre port has announced projects to build three new terminals on the Pointe du Floride site and renovate the existing facilities. You can get updates on these projects at  https://www.havre-port.com/

Getting Around & Local Transportation

  • Shuttle buses are typically provided by the port authorities or a cruise line (usually for an extra fee) to Le Havre downtown. Shuttle buses stop at Le Volcan Arts Theater Complex and Espace Coty shopping mall.
  • Le Havre train station (Gare Le Havre) is the main railway station in Le Havre and is located 2.2 km/1.4 miles (a 30-minute walk) from Le Havre cruise terminal. It takes around 20 minutes walk to reach the train station if you walk there from Le Volcan. At Le Havre railway station you can catch trains to Paris, Rouen, Honfleur and other destinations. The trains in France are operated by SNCF (France’s national railway company) and you can check the timetables and prices on their official website https://www.sncf.com/
  • Le Havre bus station is located at the same place as the train station. Le Havre also has two tram routes and both lines serve the train/bus station.
  • Le Havre-Octeville Airport (Aéroport Le Havre-Louis Bleriot) is located only 8 km/5 miles north of Le Havre cruise port, however, the distance by car is 36 km/22 miles or a 35-minute drive.
  • Major cruise lines calling at Le Havre cruise port include Norwegian Cruise Line, Cunard Line, MSC Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and AmaWaterways (river cruises).
  • The currency in France is EURO (€). Local currency and credit cards are widely accepted.
  • Museums and shops in Le Havre may be closed on Mondays.
  • Book a private transfer to/from the port of Le Havre 
  • Check out Le Havre rent-a-car deals
  • Explore tours and activities from Le Havre
  • Find accommodation in Le Havre port

7 Best Things to Do in Le Havre Cruise Port

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The bustling city of Havre is best known for its unique post-WWII architecture and its UNESCO-listed city center. After the heavy 1944 bombings, the city needed to be quickly rebuilt and the renowned Belgian architect Auguste Perret was in charge of the project.

The majority of the buildings were built in reinforced concrete, which gave the city a somewhat grey and dim look. However, Le Havre is nowadays a vibrant city featuring amazing museums, a scenic public beach, great shopping opportunities, eateries and much more. While there, don’t miss out on visiting the Museum of Modern Art André Malraux (MuMa Musée d’art moderne André Malraux) which has the second most important collection of Impressionist paintings after the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

The iconic St Joseph’s Church with its 110-meter high tower dates from 1950 and is a symbol of Le Havre representing the city’s rebirth after the war. The church was made of steel and concrete and offers outstanding panoramic views of the city.

St Joseph's Church, Le Havre cruise port

One of the most recognized structures in the city is the modern Le Volcan cultural center designed in the shape of a volcano. While in Le Havre, you can also visit the beautiful, 16th-century stone Le Havre Cathedral , Natural History Museum, or Graville Abbey with its museum housing one of the finest collections of medieval statuary in Normandy.

Check out Le Havre sightseeing tours and activities

Le Havre cruise port is the main gateway to the French capital. Paris is located 200 km/124 miles (a 2-hour 30-minute drive) from the port of Le Havre each way. Due to the distance, the smart idea would be to visit Paris with a cruise ship organized shore excursion because the ship will wait for you in case the tour returns later than scheduled. However, cruise ship shore excursions are often too expensive, so booking a private round-trip transfer to Paris  or a tour with an independent tour operator may be a cheaper option.

Alternatively, you can go to Paris by train (which is not recommended as the trains in France are not always reliable, especially when the ship is in port for a day).

Cruise lines normally offer various shore excursions to Paris. Some of them are guided, while some of them are “On Your Own” options that offer a round-trip transfer with a few free hours to explore Paris on your own (you usually get 3-4 free hours). If you choose to explore Paris on your own, I highly suggest you read my article Paris in a Day: How to Plan a Perfect Day Trip to Paris from Le Havre where I share very useful tips and a full 4-hour itinerary that covers all the major landmarks of Paris!

Alexandre III bridge in Paris

Here are some of the Paris attractions not to be missed:

  • Arc de Triomphe – The iconic triumphal arch stands at Place de l’Étoile at the top of the Champs-Élysées. It was built in 1836 to commemorate those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. It has an observation deck from where you can admire the outstanding views of Paris.
  • Eiffel Tower – Gustave Eiffel’s 324-meter-high iron tower is the symbol of Paris and one of the most recognized landmarks in the world. It was constructed in the second half of the 19th century for the 1889 Exposition Universelle (the World’s Fair) and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tower offers the most spectacular views of the city and has three levels. It is highly recommended to visit the Eiffel Tower with a guided tour or to book the tickets in advance, as lines can be extremely long. The visit can take up to half a day depending on the queuing, so keep that in mind if you have limited time in the city.
  • Louvre – The world’s most visited museum is housed in a historic palace in the heart of Paris and boasts a huge art collection including some of the best-known works of art, such as Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. With its striking Louvre Pyramid, it is one of the most visited museums in the world so be prepared for long lines. It takes almost a full day to visit some of the major works of art so it’s highly recommended to purchase the tickets in advance or book a guided tour.
  • Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris – The impressive 12th-century cathedral is located on the Île de la Cité (an island in the Seine River) and is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in France.
  • Latin Quarter – Home to numerous medieval churches and museums, Panthéon, Sorbonne University and several higher education establishments, Latin Quarter is the oldest district in Paris known for student life and authentic vibe. Here, you can wander around its medieval streets filled with authentic cafes, eateries and bookshops or visit the famous Luxembourg Gardens situated nearby.
  • Orsay Museum (Musée d’Orsay) – Housed in a former railway station building, the museum features outstanding 19th and 20th-century European art collections. You need at least a couple of hours to visit the museum and it’s recommended to purchase the tickets in advance.

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3. Normandy Beaches

Normandy is a historically important region because of the events that took place in 1944 when the Allied forces disembarked in Normandy to drive Nazis out of France. The beaches where the Allies disembarked are known as D-Day Landing Beaches and they extend over 70 km along the coast of Normandy. There are 5 of them:  Omaha, Utah, Gold, Juno and Sword Beach. The entire area consists of numerous WWII monuments, museums, cemeteries and memorials, and some of the most important are:

  • The Landing Beaches
  • Arromanches-Les-Bains
  • Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
  • Pointe-du-Hoc Ranger Monument
  • Overlord Museum
  • German Battery of Longues-Sur-Mer
  • The Memorial Pegasus

You can read about each of these landmarks more in detail in my article 12 Gorgeous Places to Visit on a Cruise to Normandy

American Cemetery in Normandy

Cruise lines normally offer organized shore excursions to D-Day Beaches and these are full-day tours as the driving distance to the sites may take up to a few hours. If you decide to book a shore excursion, make sure you carefully check the itinerary as not all of the places listed above are included in each of the tours (it would take a few days to visit all the sites!).

Normally, tours dedicated to guests from the USA include Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, Overlord Museum and the American Cemetery and Memorial, while the tours dedicated to Canadian guests include the visit to Juno Beach, Canadian Cemetery and Abbey d’Ardenne.

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4. Mont Saint-Michel

The iconic Mont Saint-Michel is one of France’s most visited destinations and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This tidal island with its impressive 8th-century Mont Saint-Michel Abbey lies 217 km/135 miles (a 2-hour 45-minute drive) southwest of Le Havre cruise port.

Although Mont Saint Michel is located far from the port of Le Havre, there are numerous full-day shore excursions offered by the cruise line/independent tour operators. One day is enough to visit the island and the abbey, walk along its ramparts, enjoy spectacular views of the bay and visit the village. You can read a detailed Mont Saint-Michel review (as I went on a tour from Cherbourg) in my article How to Visit Mont Saint-Michel on a Cruise (from Le Havre and Cherbourg)

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Mont Saint Michel in Normandy, France

5. Honfleur and Deauville

The picturesque Honfleur is a port town located on Normandy’s Côte Fleurie (The Flower Coast), 23 km/14 miles (a 30-minute drive) southeast of Le Havre port. Honfleur is easily accessible via the bridge “Pont de Normandie” and you can go there by taxi, train, bus, or on an organized shore excursion.

Honfleur is best known for its colorful harbour lined with charming cafes, picturesque facades, cobblestone streets packed with eateries and authentic, typically French shops, “chocolateries”, “patisseries”, and so much more… Honfleur is so pretty so make sure you bring a camera to capture the beauty and colors of this wonderful place! Some of the historic landmarks that you can visit in Honfleur are The Church of St. Catherine , the largest wooden church in France, and The Church of Saint Etienne which houses the Maritime Museum. 

Honfleur Harbour, Normandy, France

Deauville is another beautiful place you can visit nearby and the majority of the shore excursions to Honfleur also include a visit to Deauville as the distance between the two is only 17 km/10 miles (a 30-minute drive).

Also called “Parisian Riviera”, Deauville is a popular seaside resort and an upscale holiday destination known for its Casino (the grand Casino Barrier de Deauville), prestigious golf courses, horse races and the annual American Film Festival. While there, make sure you explore the town’s chic boutiques, half-timbered buildings and elegant Belle Epoque villas, or head out to Plage de Deauville for a pleasant walk along the beach. If you are visiting Deauville straight from Le Havre cruise port, the distance between the two locations is around 43 km/28 miles (a 50-minute drive) each way.

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Deauville casino

Rouen is another French jewel, the capital of the Normandy region and one of the most beautiful French cities I’ve ever visited. The city lies approximately 98 km/61 miles (a 1-hour 20-minute drive) east of Le Havre cruise port and cruise lines may offer shore excursions to Rouen (depending on the ship’s time in port).

Rouen played a vital role in the Roman era and Middle Ages and grew into one of the largest and richest cities in Europe in medieval times. Its impressive history is more than 2000 years old and nowadays you can admire the city’s rich heritage on a walking tour around the city.

Rouen’s skyline is dominated by the awe-inspiring 12th-century Gothic Rouen Cathedral (Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Rouen) that inspired the paintings of the Impressionist artist Claude Monet. The cobblestone Old Market Square is where Joan of Arc, a French heroine, was burned at the stake in 1431 during the Hundred Years’ War.

Rouen Cathedral

Nowadays, you can visit the Church of St Joan of Arc which was built on the place where she was burned, or visit the impressive Museum of Joan of Arc (Historial Jeanne d’Arc), located only a 10-minute walk from the square. Other highlights include Le Gros-Horloge , a 14th-century astronomical clock tower and the 14th-century courthouse where Joan of Arc was sentenced to death.

Rouen is cobblestone and medieval, packed with touristy shops, cafes and eateries. It is easily accessible via train from Le Havre, however, it is recommended to book a guided tour to learn about the city’s rich historical and cultural heritage.

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The picture-perfect Étretat is the Normandy coast’s seaside resort that owes its popularity to the stunning sceneries and extraordinary landscapes. The resort is located 53 km/33 miles (a 55-minute drive) north of Le Havre cruise port and is famous for its dramatic white chalk cliffs that inspired the works of poets, writers and artists throughout centuries including Monet, Courbet, Leblanc and others.

Étretat has many scenic spots from where you can admire the spectacular rock formations (called “falaises” in French) as well as a pretty town where you browse shops or grab a bite at one of the charming eateries.

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Falaises d'Etretat, Normandy

Wrapping Up

Normandy is one of the most beautiful French regions and there are so many places to see! If your cruise ship docks in Le Havre, I highly suggest you book one of the shore excursions to Paris, D-Day Beaches, Rouen, Honfleur, or Mont Saint-Michel, regardless of the driving time as these places deserve it!

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CARTE. Résultats définitifs législatives 2024 au Havre : les députés sortants Agnès Firmin-Le Bodo et Jean-Paul Lecoq réélus

Le second tour des élections législatives a eu lieu ce dimanche 7 juillet 2024. Quel candidat est arrivé en tête au Havre (Seine-Maritime) ? Tous les résultats par circonscription sont à retrouver dans cet article à partir de 20 heures.

Après la dissolution de l'Assemblée nationale voulue par Emmanuel Macron, les électeurs ont de nouveau été conviés aux urnes ce dimanche 7 juillet 2024, pour choisir leurs députés, dans un contexte de forte montée de l'extrême droite et d'union de la gauche.

Agnès Firmin-Le Bodo et Jean-Paul Lecoq réélus

Agnès Firmin-Le Bodo (Horizons) est réélue avec 66,18% des suffrages exprimés. Anaïs Thomas (RN) a recueilli 33,82% des voix.

Jean-Paul Lecoq (NFP - PCF) est réélu avec 63,08% des voix. Isabelle Le Coz (RN) a recueilli 36,92% des suffrages exprimés.

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Au premier tour, le dimanche 30 juin 2024 , le Rassemblement national a gagné du terrain dans les circonscriptions havraises. Le candidat (NFP) sortant Jean-Paul Lecoq devance tout de même sa rivale Isabelle Le Coz dans la 8e circonscription (37,82% contre 27,36%). 

Dans la 7e circonscription, Agnès Firmin Le Bodo (Horizons) remporte 38,83% des suffrages, suivie par Anaïs Thomas (RN) avec 28,63% et Florence Martin Péréon (NFP) avec 28,62% (ces dernières n'ont que dix voix d'écart). Cette dernière s'est retirée du second tour pour faire barrage au RN.

Carte Le Havre : Résultats Législatives 2024, 2d tour

Résultats au havre (7ᵉ circonscription de seine-maritime).

Cantons de : Le Havre I, Le Havre V, Le Havre VI, Le Havre VII et Montivilliers.

Au premier tour, Agnès Firmin Le Bodo (Horizons) remporte 38,83% des suffrages, suivie par Anaïs Thomas (RN) avec 28,63% et Florence Martin Péréon (NFP) avec 28,62% (ces dernières n'ont que dix voix d'écart). Cette dernière s'est retirée pour faire barrage au RN au second tour.

  • Agnès Firmin Le Bodo (Horizons) 
  • Anaïs Thomas (RN)

Résultats au Havre (8e circonscription de Seine-Maritime)

Cantons de : Gonfreville-l'Orcher, Le Havre II, Le Havre III, Le Havre IV, Le Havre VIII et Le Havre IX

Au premier tour, l e candidat (NFP) sortant Jean-Paul Lecoq devançait sa rivale Isabelle Le Coz (RN) dans la 8e circonscription (37,82% contre 27,36%). Avec 21,24% des suffrages, Régis Debons (Horizons) était battu.

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Décryptage Selon la liste des candidats diffusée par le ministère de l’intérieur, 224 candidats se sont désistés.

A l’issue du premier tour, le 30 juin, un nombre très élevé de triangulaires était annoncé : jusqu’à 306 matchs à trois candidats possibles au second tour, contre seulement huit lors des législatives de 2022.

La très forte participation (67 %) et les règles du scrutin, qui permettent à tous ceux qui obtiennent un score supérieur à 12,5 % des électeurs inscrits de se qualifier pour le second tour, ont rendu possible cette configuration .

Mais le nombre final de triangulaires s’est considérablement réduit, au fur et à mesure que des candidats se sont retirés de la course pour faire barrage au Rassemblement national.  Le Monde  a tenu à jour, au gré des déclarations des uns et des autres, le compte des désistements que le ministère de l’intérieur a confirmés, mercredi 3 juillet.

Le tableau ci-dessous rend compte des candidatures telles qu’enregistrées en préfecture et donc de toutes celles et tous ceux qui se sont désistés alors qu’ils auraient pu se présenter au second tour.

Le Monde a dénombré 224 désistements, dont 134 provenant de la gauche et 82 du camp présidentiel et du centre. Par ailleurs, trois candidats LR, quatre du RN et un candidat divers se sont désistés.

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Résultats des législatives : le communiste soutenu par Philippe élu au Havre

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Le candidat communiste Jean-Paul Lecoq devance largement la représentante du Rassemblement national lsabelle Le Coz.

Arrivé en tête au premier tour et bénéficiant du soutien d’ Édouard Philippe , Jean-Paul Lecoq est réélu député du Havre . Avec 63,08 % des voix, le candidat communiste devance largement la représentante du Rassemblement national lsabelle Le Coz.

La 8e circonscription de la Seine-Maritime était au cœur de la campagne du second tour. Alors que la macronie s’est déchirée autour de la position à tenir lors de duel entre un candidat Nouveau Front populaire et un du Rassemblement national.  L’ex-premier ministre a alors indiqué qu'il voterait «pour un candidat communiste» . « Je préfère un élu avec qui je travaille dans l'intérêt du Havre, même avec des différences, et qui me paraît relever d'une exigence démocratique que je partage. »

Jean-Paul Lecoq est élu député depuis 2007.

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le 09/07/2024 à 11:18

Je suis havrais. il est plutôt populaire au havre, moi même je ne le trouve pas antipathique. Son surnom est doudou. Dorénavant je l'appelle "Edouard Philippe Poutou". Quelle tristesse et quelle déception quand-même !

le 08/07/2024 à 08:18

J adore... Je m en souviendrai quand il va se présenter à la présidence de la Republique

le 08/07/2024 à 08:13

Honte à PHILIPPE ???

Résultats du second tour des législatives : le Nouveau Front populaire en tête devant le camp présidentiel, le RN troisième

Longtemps donné favori du scrutin, le parti présidé par Jordan Bardella est donné très loin du seuil des 289 députés nécessaires pour gouverner. Le Nouveau Front populaire (NFP) a réussi son pari.

Législatives : en cas de majorité introuvable à l’Assemblée, Mélenchon appellera Macron à «s’en aller» pour «sortir de l’impasse»

Invité jeudi soir de TF1, l’ancien candidat à la présidentielle a affirmé que la France serait en effet «ingouvernable» si le chef de l’État restait à son poste.

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Législatives 2024 : après les résultats du second tour, la macronie soulagée, mais pas soudée

Promise à des lendemains qui déchantent, la majorité sortante parvient à sauvegarder plus de 150 sièges à l’Assemblée nationale à l’issue de ce second tour des législatives. Mais ce nouveau bloc central, privé de sa majorité relative, pourrait encore tanguer.

Les résultats du second tour des législatives pourraient avoir une grande incidence sur le futur du parti Renaissance. (Archives) AFP/Ludovic Marin

Pour Emmanuel Macron , voilà une défaite qui aurait presque un goût de revanche. Pendant quarante-cinq minutes environ à l’Élysée, devant les chefs des partis de la majorité ainsi que plusieurs ministres, le Président de la République a délivré les éléments de langage et son analyse des résultats du soir. Avec une pointe d’autosatisfaction. « Nos idées continuent d’être là et n’ont pas moins de votants », a lancé le chef de l’État. Ce dernier s’est aussi félicité de la participation massive, qui assure aux députés élus ce dimanche soir une assise très nette.

L’un de ses proches va même beaucoup plus loin. « Tous ceux qui pensaient, disaient, que cette dissolution était une funeste connerie en sont ce soir pour une jolie leçon de démocratie », lance celui-ci, qui y voit une morale : « Il faut faire confiance aux Français ». Lors de son allocution devant l’hôtel de Matignon , Gabriel Attal s’est quant à lui félicité de voir trois fois plus de députés du bloc central élus à l’Assemblée nationale par rapport à ce que prévoyaient certaines estimations. Le patron de Renaissance Stéphane Séjourné, lui, a salué le fait de voir perdurer ce bloc républicain du centre : « Debout ».

Deux ans après avoir perdu sa majorité absolue, le camp Macron doit pourtant renoncer maintenant à sa majorité relative. En 2017, le Président de la République disposait de 351 députés. Cinq ans plus tard, ils n’étaient plus que 245. Les dernières estimations disponibles ce dimanche soir ne lui en accordaient, au maximum, qu’un peu plus de 150. Ce résultat n’acte en réalité qu’une certitude. L’ancienne majorité a perdu sa capacité à gouverner seule. « Ce soir, c’est le bazar, commente un ancien ministre. Ça peut être plus serré ou plus large. Mais on a bien trois blocs et à ce stade, la gauche n’ouvre pas la porte. Personne n’a gagné, la majorité n’a pas perdu. »

Certains ont tout de même perdu gros. L’ancien ministre de la Transformation et de la Fonction publique Stanislas Guérini, battu ce dimanche dans sa circonscription parisienne, en représente l’un des exemples les plus criants. D’autres ministres sortants ont, en revanche, réussi à sauver leur peau, certains ayant bénéficié à plein du front républicain, comme Agnès Pannier-Runacher, élue dans le Pas-de-Calais. Ses collègues Guillaume Kasbarian, Gérald Darmanin, Frédéric Valletoux ou encore Roland Lescure ont également connu la même réussite dans leurs circonscriptions. La présidente sortante de l’Assemblée nationale Yaël Braun-Pivet a également été réélue.

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Emmanuel Macron aura fort à faire pour maintenir son camp soudé, si tant est qu’il conserve la main dessus. Devant les têtes d’affiche de son parti, dimanche à l’Élysée, le président a appelé à l’unité, en ouvrant le chantier d’une coalition d’idées. « Après sept années en responsabilité, il y a encore des millions de Français qui ont voté pour nous aujourd’hui, a-t-il expliqué. Il faut rester modeste sur ces résultats. Mais garder en tête que cette élection peut permettre la constitution d’une coalition d’idées. »

Il n’empêche que le chef de l’État a franchement déçu dans son camp. « Les députés qui reviendront, un peu comme les LR en 2022 après les 4,7 % de Pécresse, auront le sentiment de ne devoir leur salut qu’à eux-mêmes, et certainement pas au Président », confiait dernièrement un ancien ministre. Certaines déclarations de ce dimanche soir confirment aussi des envies d’indépendance, alors que les deux principaux partenaires de Renaissance, Horizons et le MoDem, conservent bien un groupe à l’Assemblée.

Il fallait voir la mine grave de Gabriel Attal, prendre soin de rappeler que l’idée de la dissolution n’était pas la sienne. Annoncer sa décision de présenter dès lundi sa démission au président de la République, qui sera libre de l’accepter ou non. Il fallait voir aussi Édouard Philippe , dont la rupture avec Emmanuel Macron est assumée depuis des jours, se plaindre lui aussi de cette dissolution qui, au lieu d’apparaître comme un moment de clarification, « a au contraire conduit à une grande indétermination ».

Le président de la République aura-t-il son mot à dire sur la recomposition en cours ? Au sein du bloc central, certains risquent de s’interroger sur leur avenir. Réélu ce soir dans la Vienne, l’ancien président de la Commission des lois de l’Assemblée nationale Sacha Houlié, réputé pour incarner « l’aile gauche » - eux préfèrent dire aile historique - de la macronie, a comme amorcé un virage personnel. « La France a aussi un nouveau visage et de toute évidence la social-démocratie a une place essentielle dans la vie politique de notre pays. J’en tirerai les conséquences », a-t-il écrit sur les réseaux sociaux. Pas sûr que les troupes de Gérald Darmanin et d’Édouard Philippe partagent totalement l’analyse.

Le maire du Havre, contrairement au président de la République, ne parle pas de coalition d’idées mais « d’accord ». La France insoumise, tout comme le Rassemblement national, en seraient exclus, et cet accord, « pas durable », « permettra au mieux de gérer le pays ». Loin de l’Assemblée, difficile de connaître ses marges de manœuvre. Car, « à compter de demain, le centre de gravité du pouvoir sera, par la volonté des Français, désormais plus que jamais entre les mains du Parlement, entre les mains des représentants de la nation et donc entre les mains de nos concitoyens ». C’est Gabriel Attal qui le dit.

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