Le Havre Sights and Landmarks Guide, France
Le Havre is known as a busy port located near Seine Estuary. Several visitors from different states visit the town because of its extraordinary architecture. It also has a lively nightlife as well as some excellent beaches with remarkable landscape. The nearest international airport going to Le Havre is Paris Charles de Gaulle, so connections can be made easily to Le Havre. You can go by car on D925 and A15. But you also have the option to hop on a Ferry going to Le Havre from Portsmouth.
Le Havre has been the main trading post of the Northern coast in France way back 1517. The town is principally rich after it has obtained its independence and has independently imported its goods. In addition, the town has become a main port for some vast luxury liners in France.
The town was almost fully developed after World War II. Auguste Perret, a famous architect in France, who assured that the innovative development would complement the prehistoric architecture, rebuilt it. The low skyline in Le Havre is considered as the most eye-catching feature that makes its sea noticeable. You can stroll around and discover the bits and pieces of the harbor. You will definitely be satisfied with this very relaxing and invigorating place.
You may also invite your family or friends and explore around the area of Seine Maritime. It provides a delightful sight and several recreational opportunities. The impressive northern coastline that is situated near the west and east of Le Havre offers gems such as Etretat and Dieppe. The major features of Dieppe are the huge white cliffs of the Alabaster coast that stretches both sides of the harbor.
Located at the east of Dieppe from Le Havre, you can find the shore that is full of villages and an attractive seaside resort. It’s very rewarding to have a day trip to Rouen, which is very prominent for its connection to Joan of Arc.
The astonishing beaches could be the best place for couples that would like to experience a romantic walk. Furthermore, there are a lot of lovely restaurants and quaint cafes that offer a very relaxing cuisine. The good thing about Le Havre is that it has a temperate and warm climate, so anytime you decided to conduct a family adventure, you can get there without hassles.
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