Welcome to Le Havre - The city known for its port
Le Havre is a worker city and the largest one in Normandy, with an important French harbour and it is the 4th biggest port in North Europe. Its a multi commercial port. One of best in its category, French port for international trades and container shipping,
Le Havre’s habour works day ans night and welcomes every sizes boats (even the biggest one because is a deep water port) and can provide 4.2km dock for ships. Because of its situation is a strategic entrance for North Europe and is use has a turnaround point for big vessels and is use as a transit points in intercontinental trade. Le Havre's port welcomes all types of merchandise (energy products, chemicals, bulk containers, heavy goods,fishing products...) around 68.5 million tons a year. It plays a major role on the international stage for chemicals, heavy goods, bulk containers, energy products, and a range of merchandise (containers and rolling freight ect...). Its now a place where people go to or come from England and a turnaround place for international cruises. And last its an economic hub (thousand of people depend on it directly and indirectly from it) good provider for industrial and logistic jobs
Information and Facts
At night there are few clubs, restaurants and events for you to enjoy.
Principal shopping area is Avenue René Coty, Central Le Havre. Other than that, there are boutiques boutiques and different commercial center like Centre Commercial du Grand Havre, Centre Commercial Porte Oceane, Centre Commercial Grand Cap Le Havre
The city of Le Havre has few modern art museums ( Boudin, Monet mentor started develop is talent in this city, and Monet develop the modern art movement with the painting "Impression, Sunrise". For the architecture the medieval and baroque castle Montivilliers overlooking the Seine Estuary, remarkable mansions of Saint-Martin-du-Manoir de Fontenay and then the prestigious Abbey Montivilliers, churches Mannevillette (Notre-Dame) Romanesque, Harfleur (Saint-Martin) gothic, Fontaine-la-Mallet (St. Valery) in singular and contemporary architecture.
Sea Side, along the coast, Cape Hève (Sainte-Adresse) marks the beginning of 130 km of cliff the Alabaster Coast, including valleuses (Cauville-sur-Mer, Octeville-sur-Mer) down to the pebble beaches.
Earth side, 800 acres of green space including the Hanging Gardens, Forest Montgeon, Park Rouelles constitute Agglomeration Havraise real places for walking, leisure, sport and relaxation.
standard time zone UTC/GMT + 1 hour
In the winter the temperature can fall to 6.3 degrees Celsius and in summer the temperature are around 27.1 degrees celsius.
There is few public transportation, and autocars