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Book a Le Havre Ferry ticket for your ferry crossing from the port of Le Havre in Normandy, France, to the ferry port of Portsmouth or Newhaven in England with the ferry operator LD Lines. Book your LD Lines ferry ticket from the port of Le Havre online.
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About Le Havre Ferry
The port of Le Havre itself was founded in 1517 by King Francois I and was declared UNESCO world heritage in 2005.! It is now the 1st container port in France. It is the mouth of the River Seine
and Paris is 200 kms away, making Le Havre also the closest point to Paris. Whilst Le Havre is a nice place to visit, we recommend that you
consider Honfleur as your first stop.
Le Havre was devastated during the Second World War. But it has since been very nicely rebuilt into a bustling and lively town with a thriving boat and yacht centre as well as being the largest foreign trade port in France. There is also a nice amount of sightseeing and shopping.
Much of the shopping is in the shape of street markets and shopping centres. The main shopping centre, with a covered market and pedestrianised streets is the Quartier Grand Centre. In the Quartier St Francois you will find a fish market every afternoon in addition to charming bars and restaurants. If you are in Le Havre on other days, the Quartier Rond-Point is open Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday mornings and is near to the railway station.
Ferry crossings available from Le Havre are to Portsmouth or Newhaven with the ferry operator LD Lines.
The LD Lines terminal is the 'Terminal de Grande Bretagne' (British Terminal). This ferry terminal is close to the rail and bus stations in the Bassin de la Citadelle and operates LD Lines' daily sailings to Portsmouth.
Le Havre Ferry Port Terminal Facilities:
There is a main tourist office on the Boulevard Clemenceau near the Pleasure Port, and at the terminal you will find a cafe.
There is good wheelchair access across the terminal, while further assistance in boarding is available provided you notify staff when making your reservation.
Leave Portsmouth port on the night sailing and get up and go to breakfast with Donald & Mickey! The wonderful and exciting world of Eurodisney in Paris is just 2 hours drive away from Le Harve ferry port. The new Walt Disney Studio Park located next to Eurodisney is not to be missed. Visitors can discover new and old techniques in movie making and experience live stunt shows.
For Hotel booking in Euro Disneyland in Paris check online for special offers and hotel plus ferry or Eurostar train transportation, package reservations at VisitDisneylandParis.com The site offers special hotel rates and instant room availability, room price and hotel (plus ferry or Eurostar train) booking confirmation in an easy and intuitive booking interface.
Getting to Le Havre Ferry port by Car
Le Havre is linked to the rest of the country by the Normandy Bridge. Le Havre port is about 200km from Paris on the A131 via the Tankaville Bridge and has good motorway connections to the rest of France.
Getting to Le Havre Ferry port by Train
Trains run to and from the SNCF station on Cours de la Republique. There is a shuttle bus service to both ferry terminals from the station.
Getting to Le Havre Ferry port by Bus
The town centre is a 10-minute journey from the ferry port. Buses marked `Centre Ville' meet the ferries to take you into town.