Le Havre Transfers Shuttles
LEH airport port transfers
A massive port city established in France’s royal years, the city of Le Havre is a colorful art-adorned corner of the English Channel. Take advantage of public transportation the moment the cruise ship rolls up to the south side of town’s Le Havre Cruise Terminal, whether that means crossing the water toward Portsmouth via the nearby Le Havre Ferry Terminal, or walking to the slightly further Saint-François Quarter for inter-village transfers via the Havre Railway Station. Private vehicles add to the convenience with drop offs at any given moment, relaxed sedans, vans and SUVs offering enough room and comfort to really get to know the scenery, while meet-and-greet services add to the convenience with drop offs ranging from local personal drivers who know the haves and have-nots, while taxis especially save time with drop offs to downtown’s all-in-one locations like Square Saint-Roch.
Upon arrival to the Port Center, guests are greeted by a rainbow-colored art structure made of shipping cargo containers, often a ritualistic site for those carrying not only people but cargo as well. With so much to do in the immediate area, guests can expect to find an array of nearby escapes, from the obligatory Japanese Gardens of Havre to the truly one-of-a-kind tower architecture showcasing local artworks at the Musée Maison de l'Armateur, also known as ‘House of the Shipowner’. Continue a few blocks north to reach the hardwood interior of the Museum Hotel Dubocage Bellville, a renown atmosphere of old cobblestoned courtyards, fortified stone walls and the bizarrely modern platinum car sitting out front, finally ending the afternoon with a tour across the stoic halls of the Natural History Museum and its diverse animal dioramas before. Talk over important things seen by sunset, whether good or bad, over dinner somewhere quiet, keeping an eye on the cruise ship from the patio of Le Ferry Boat or keeping close to the city’s crowds at Au Bureau.