Le Havre (Paris), France Cruise Port

Located at the meeting of the English Channel and the Seine River, Le Havre has been an important port for France. It provides roughly 16,000 jobs and is visited by roughly 100 cruise ships each year. The city is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for its post-war city planning and construction. Le Havre was bombed heavily during World War II and in the 1950s and 60s was rebuilt under the guidance of Auguste Perret using concrete materials to rebuild. Le Havre is also the closest that large cruise ship can get to Paris, making it a popular port for cruisers wishing to see the City of Lights.Featured below are a few of our favorite experiences for the cruise port of LeHavre, France:

 

  • Visit St. Joseph’s Church which was designed by Perret with stained glass lining the tall tower.

 

  • Oustide of Paris, Le Havre’s Malraux Museum is home to the largest collection of Impressionist paintings.

 

  • Drive over the Pont de Normandie to visit Honfluer, a quaint town that was home to Impressionist Eugene Boudin and composer Erik Satie.

 

  • Taste some local cheese and cider, two of the area’s specialties, at the Les Halles food market.

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