Honfleur, France Cruise Port

4.6 out of 5

About Honfleur, France

The former home of pirates and navigators, Honfleur is today a town of fishermen, writers and artists. Situated between two hills at the mouth of the Seine, Honfleur was untouched during WW2 and has retained all its charm - picturesque houses, cobbled streets, and its harbour, enclosed on three sides by improbably tall, narrow buildings.

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scotchplainsmam

The second day, we went to the Normandy beaches and to Bayeux. We'd seen the tapestry before . Met a friend from home for lunch!!

Visited: Jun 03, 2014

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slapstick

Again we used the shuttle bus but I do think it would have been quite easy to have walked into the town, a beautiful little town and again we would have spent longer had it not rained.

Visited: Mar 08, 2018

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NYTexans

We arranged a private driver for our party of four and visited Point du Hoc; a Geman Military Cemetary (very interesting, but lacking the 'light' of the American Cemerary, as all crosses are brown granite vs. white in the American Cemetary. Also visited Omaha Beach. What can one say other than you are proud to be free; be an American and an allied country citizen after seeing the sacrifice our troops made to end the Nazi attempt to bring their National Socialism to the world.

Visited: Aug 25, 2017

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jcole2017

You can walk a short distance directly from the ship to the old town. An authentic, original port city, well maintained, lots of water and cute places. We were quite jet lagged so didn’t spend a lot of time there, a nice port of call, a bit touristy but well worth the walk.

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