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Le Havre is a large port city in the Normandy region of northern France, second only to Marseille in scale, yet is best known as a modern metropolitan destination that will appeal to culture and art enthusiasts. Much of the central part and suburbs were destroyed by bombing raids in the latter half of the Second World War, but would go on to be rebuilt by Belgian architect Auguste Perret who had a bright, spacious, and modernist approach to design. The city has plenty of offer everyone, as there is a balance between both the old and new, with both historic and cultural landmarks as well as more metropolitan attractions. Finding that special hotel in a foreign place can be a daunting prospect, however with you can feel rest assured that you are making the right choice thanks to thousands of user reviews, photo galleries of every hotel, and a location from Google maps.

What's Le Havre Like?

Le Havre is a city with much to offer, whether you are a history buff, art lover, or shopaholic, you can find it all in Le Havre. Historical and cultural attractions such as Musee des Beaux Arts Andre Malraux, Eglise St-Joseph, Musee Maison de L'Armateur, Les Jardins Suspendus, and Cathedrale Notre-Dame will no doubt be on the to-do list. You can also find many seasonal festivals and events going on all year round in Le Havre and elsewhere in Normandy, such as Carnival, the Black Pudding Fair, and Salon habitat Deco Jardin et Loisirs Creatifs to name but a few.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Le Havre

The city center can be easily covered on foot, so a decent pair of comfortable walking shoes is a must. You can find the local tourist information office on 186 Boulevard Clemenceau, and an extensive bus network throughout the city ensures that you can easily get to any local events or attractions. Unless you are feeling confident in your French speaking abilities, it would be ideal to carry a pocket phrase book with you, as the French people have a reputation for struggling when it comes to speaking English. Le Havre is well situated to act as a base for day trips to other well known towns and cities in Normandy via rail or bus within an hour or two, such as Mont Saint-Michel, Dieppe, and Caen. Be sure to check out the hotel location on the website so you can see where all of the location attractions are before you arrive.