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Le Havre Overview
Le Havre, which lies along the English Channel on France's western coast, is the common port of entry for big ships calling on Paris and most typically a place to go through on your way to the City ...
custard75
01/16
Just took the train car from the ship around the town Some nice buildings to see as well as places Read more
nikinakinoo
11/15
Took the free shuttle bus to the shopping centre. They dont give any information on board regarding the free ... Read more
cocomummy
11/15
Complete waste of time. It is what it is, a ferry port, Harwich is more exciting. Read more
Spysmum
11/15
A interesting city, with a sad fairly recent past. It is known as a concrete city as so much was rebuild ... Read more
westyallegro
11/15
Nobody told us everything is closed on Mondays! However, it's a very tatty place and not particularly ... Read more
fuhrmo
10/15
We did Paris on our own. Transportation was good and arrived in Paris at a central location with several ... Read more
Gary@Lpool
10/15
Not a lover of Le Havre, sorry just a bad stop in my view unless you are going to Paris on a bus. Read more
CantwaittocruiseCarribean
10/15
Expected Taxi's and independant tour options at port was none Read more
drthymil@btinternet.com
10/15
As stated. Lehavre is crumby. I thought there would be a cruise terminal not a rundown building that looked ... Read more
TEXEAGLE
10/15
The weather was not too good, so we just went into town and walked around. Had to take a taxi to and from ... Read more
gocruisers212
09/15
Took a cab to and from MuMo, the museum of modern art. Enjoyable art and a quick trip the day after a long ... Read more
MomofKipper1956
09/15
Even thought the American Cemetary was closed the guide made this a first-rate experience. Read more
wassup4565
09/15
Rented a car, saw the War beaches, drove through beautiful French countryside. Read more
tra25785
09/15
Shops didn't open until 2om Read more
Sparkeys
09/15
We had obtained permission to disembark as we want to see the Canadian D-Day beaches & cryuse line ... Read more
JennyFireEngine
09/15
We wanted to visit Hornfleur, which we had organised ourselves, we had a wonderful day. Read more
Yorkshire1987
09/15
Not a lot to do - most shops / restaurants were closed. Read more
MsDuncan
08/15
The taxi ride from the cruise terminal to the city center is $8 Euros and takes maybe 10 minutes. It rained ... Read more
socram13
08/15
We took 'Le Petit Train' from the quay for 10 Euros which dropped us off in town. A great choice and a ... Read more
bonnieg
08/15
Private tour of Normandy with Overlord tours. Pierre was our guide and he made D Day come alive for us. ... Read more
joesuefree
07/15
Though a lot a people booked early excursions to Paris and Normandy, the ship felt full and the line to the ... Read more
Bellaggio Cruisers
07/15
Been there before for 4 days. Packed and relaxed. Read more
Val Deane
06/15
Again getting into town on a bus from port was badly organised with far too few busses and again no ... Read more
crazygal65
06/15
We did spend a few hours in the town and its so new since being rebuilt after the war, theres not a lot to ... Read more
mpkent2002
06/15
We took the shuttle in to town to see the lovely Le Havre. I speak French so that helped. We sat at an ... Read more
 
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