Cruises to Le Havre

During your cruise stopover in Le Havre, there is lots to see and do in this port city listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site, re-built during the 1950s under the direction of architect Auguste Perret who made an innovative use of reinforced concrete. In this modernist city centre, visit the Perret apartment and Saint-Joseph church, the MuMa Modern Art Museum not forgetting the marina and beach and why not go shopping at the Docks Vauban shopping centre?

Le Havre

For a better idea of what's to see and do in the port of call of Le Havre, please refer to the Havre dedicated must-see fact sheet as well as Le Havre Tourist Office website.

Le Havre Tourist Office holds a dedicated page for cruise stopovers which will help you decide how you wish to spend your time in Le Havre, only 2.5 km from the dock to the city centre.

What to see and do in Le Havre, you'll be spoilt for choice:

> Museums

> Guided tours

> Restaurants

In 2017, Le Havre will celebrate its 500th anniversary, with festivities and special events taking place from 27 May to 5 November. Find out all that's going on here.

If you're looking to go off for the day in Normandy, this Normandy video will surely help you decide where you wish to go.

Here are some useful distances and travelling times from Le Havre:

- Honfleur, 25 km, 30 mins by car.

- Rouen, 93 km, 1 hour 10 mins by car (plus regular train service).

- Giverny, 135 km 1 hr 35 mins by car (plus regular train service to Vernon).

- the D-Day Landing Beaches, closest Sword Beach, 107 km, 1 hr 15 mins by car.

- the Mont-Saint-Michel, 220 km, 2 hours 40 mins by car.

Access to Le Havre by car, train, bus is listed on this dedicated page, plus a list of taxi companies based in Le Havre.