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Saint Catherine's catholic church is the largest wooden church in the whole of France. Built-in the 15th century, the church was initially made of stone but was destroyed in the 100 years' war. It is a beautiful depiction of resourcefulness and creativity.
This red-timbered building was the birth home to Erik Satie before finally being converted into a museum. Satie's work with other famous artists like Picasso and Jean Cocteau is put to display in the museum. An audio guided tour with classical appreciation in the background is all you need.
The old dock of Vieux Basin is the main reason that brought you to Honfleur. The marina has unique tall and timbered townhouses at one side and the lively hustle of the harbor, on the other hand. Every angle of the port is a whole new level of excitement and beauty.
Honfleur offers the freshest seafood paired with fresh cheese, a specialty of Normandy. Numerous restaurants are offering the most exquisite traditional cuisines such as Bouillabaisse, Gazepascho soup, and seafood.
Normandy bridge is a symbol of the region's maritime supremacy. It was built in 1995 as the longest cable-stayed bridge. The bridge links Honfleur, Seine, and Le Havre. The bridge has a separate path for walking and riding cycles. Enjoy the panoramic view of the Estuary while admiring the architecture of the bridge.
Built-in the 17th century, the Chappelle is located on the top of a hill above the city of Honfleur. The Chappelle is linked to numerous inspiring stories. It offers a majestic view of the town of Honfleur, Le Havre, and the Seine estuary.
The museum contains masterpieces of the famous artist Claud Monet as well as Eugene Boudin himself. It also houses the beautiful painting and religious pieces dedicated to the city by Eugene Boudin. Those 2500 pieces speak for the beauty of the city.
The iconic Carrousel of Honfleur will take you back to your carefree days. The rusty wooden horses give a vintage look to the Carrousel. Watching it move from afar is equally pleasing, so you may sit on one of the several benches around the Carrousel and enjoy your dreamy family trip. If you have planned to explore Normandy, make Honfleur the base, and enjoy the fairyland city.
The best way to get to Honfleur and explore this city is by using the sightseeing car tours. We offer private transfers with english speaking drivers. A great car service that offers the facility to pick you up from your doorstep. Since the car is exclusively your, All the landmarks you would want to visit will be covered by your transfer and even those that aren’t accessible by train. Our day trips to Honfleur:
Honfleur is an easy day trip from Paris: