2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
We'd already been to Paris several times and also had seen Normandy so we played golf on the coast. Picuresque course but it was in rough shape. Rental clubs were crap. Had to arrange limo to the course as taxis were not ... Read More
We'd already been to Paris several times and also had seen Normandy so we played golf on the coast. Picuresque course but it was in rough shape. Rental clubs were crap. Had to arrange limo to the course as taxis were not dependable for return trip and car rental was going to be more expensive. Limo was $200 Euro for round trip. Rent car would have been more. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
A pleasant town - but nothing much of significance to visit (i.e. cultural sites). We did enjoy the modern church - something a bit different. Not a lot to enjoy in terms of shopping - mainly shops for residents (i.e. bakery, ... Read More
A pleasant town - but nothing much of significance to visit (i.e. cultural sites). We did enjoy the modern church - something a bit different. Not a lot to enjoy in terms of shopping - mainly shops for residents (i.e. bakery, butchers, florists etc) Local shuttle into town offered at the reasonable cost of 4 euros. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Arrange a shore excursion to paris on this one also. The ship basically docks in a cargo port and the town of Le Havre which can be accessed by the local shuttle buses put out by the port, is nothing to shout about nor exciting. There is a ... Read More
Arrange a shore excursion to paris on this one also. The ship basically docks in a cargo port and the town of Le Havre which can be accessed by the local shuttle buses put out by the port, is nothing to shout about nor exciting. There is a shopping centre called docks, but nothing worth looking at or buying in there. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2017
Made the long trek into downtown Le Harve. Interesting cathedral and, since it was Sunday, attended Mass at St. Joseph (very tall spire). Great town to walk around. Flea market with many items to wear and a separate section with food. Easy ... Read More
Made the long trek into downtown Le Harve. Interesting cathedral and, since it was Sunday, attended Mass at St. Joseph (very tall spire). Great town to walk around. Flea market with many items to wear and a separate section with food. Easy to find ATM to get Euros. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
We got a taxi there and arranged a time to be picked up and the driver was prompt. A lovely little town. We walked around and had a very good value meal. I would like to go for a weekend.
We got a taxi there and arranged a time to be picked up and the driver was prompt. A lovely little town. We walked around and had a very good value meal. I would like to go for a weekend. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
A nice place just to wander around if you don't want to go further afield. A shuttle was provided by the local tourist office at a cost of 4 euros, no extortionate MSC prices here!
A nice place just to wander around if you don't want to go further afield. A shuttle was provided by the local tourist office at a cost of 4 euros, no extortionate MSC prices here! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
Again a lovely city would visit again transport organised by the port authority and very cheap and punctual
Again a lovely city would visit again transport organised by the port authority and very cheap and punctual Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: September 2017
We never got to Le Havre, but did go to the port in Rotterdam and took an excursion to Brugge. Beautiful city and the excursion was incredible. Loved everyone moment.
We never got to Le Havre, but did go to the port in Rotterdam and took an excursion to Brugge. Beautiful city and the excursion was incredible. Loved everyone moment. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
Take time to discover this lovely town - we self guided to ST Joseph's Church, the Volcan, the botanical gardens and then beach. The tourist office ran a 4Euro shuttle which also included all buses and the tram system tickets. Great
Take time to discover this lovely town - we self guided to ST Joseph's Church, the Volcan, the botanical gardens and then beach. The tourist office ran a 4Euro shuttle which also included all buses and the tram system tickets. Great value! Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Walked around Le Havre but didn't find much there. Luckily they were hosting a Tall ships race so there were events in the harbour and you could see the shipsso that was interesting. Caught a bus to Honfleur which was very easy to do ... Read More
Walked around Le Havre but didn't find much there. Luckily they were hosting a Tall ships race so there were events in the harbour and you could see the shipsso that was interesting. Caught a bus to Honfleur which was very easy to do 8 euros return pp. Just have to watch the times as there are not a lot of buses. Enjoyed Honfleur, very pretty with interesting shops and houses and an old harbour. Will definitely return to Normandy. Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Took a city tour on my own. Not much to see here but the weather and the tour were nice enough.
Took a city tour on my own. Not much to see here but the weather and the tour were nice enough. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We took the bus in to the city and enjoyed Le Havre. (Le Havre is not close to anything and we were tired of the long rides. Every tour through the ship was a 2 - 3 hour bus ride each way.) It is a nice city with very friendly people. ... Read More
We took the bus in to the city and enjoyed Le Havre. (Le Havre is not close to anything and we were tired of the long rides. Every tour through the ship was a 2 - 3 hour bus ride each way.) It is a nice city with very friendly people. We enjoyed shopping, their Cathedrals, art, and museum. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
Did our own train trip to Rouen..well worth the time, especially if you do not want to waste the hours it takes to get to Paris.
Did our own train trip to Rouen..well worth the time, especially if you do not want to waste the hours it takes to get to Paris. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
This is way too far from Paris - 2.5 hours each way! We also weren't interested in Normandy, so we just took a taxi to the train station and then a 45min train to the little town of Rouen. The unusual Joan of Arc church was a ... Read More
This is way too far from Paris - 2.5 hours each way! We also weren't interested in Normandy, so we just took a taxi to the train station and then a 45min train to the little town of Rouen. The unusual Joan of Arc church was a highlight here, and the half-timbered buildings lining the old streets were interesting. Wish it hadn't been a Sunday as most of the shops and cafes were closed. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
There was a shuttle waiting to take passengers to town, but it's not free. They charge to your cruise account, I think it was $9 r/t.
There was a shuttle waiting to take passengers to town, but it's not free. They charge to your cruise account, I think it was $9 r/t. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2017
We disembarked the ship here and hired Kiwi Taxi Service to transfer us to our Paris hotel. I would definitely hire Kiwi Taxi again. The vehicle was spacious and clean, the drive friendly and the price was reasonable.
We disembarked the ship here and hired Kiwi Taxi Service to transfer us to our Paris hotel. I would definitely hire Kiwi Taxi again. The vehicle was spacious and clean, the drive friendly and the price was reasonable. Read Less

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