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Le Havre, a nice northern French city which name means "the haven"…
Le Havre is located in North Western France, between the English Channel and the Seine river estuary. In the region of Normandy, which was an inspiration for many impressionist artists.
Most of the Le Havre territory was bombed during the Second World War, being completely destroyed. Some of the oldest buildings are still standing, such as the Graville abbey towers over the Seine river estuary and the chapel of Saint Mickael of Ingouville from the 15th century. The city started to be rebuilt after the war. Its center was listed by UNESCO in 2005. it is the first sample of modern architecture in Europe to be listed by UNESCO. The renown museums include the Fine Arts Museum which houses the second most important collection of impressionist artwork in France (the first one can be found in the Orsay Museum in Paris).
Getting to and from Le Havre
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Le Havre can be found.
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"Very fast travel time from Paris St.. Lazare to Le Havre. My trip was strictly business and I was dissapointed to learn that there was no WIFI in the train. Also it was a dissapointment that it was not possible to buy food or beverages on the more than two hours drive. The toilet facilities were fine. "