Port of Le Havre

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With the restoration of its docks and the recent architectural additions of Jean Nouvel, Le Harve is now renowned as a place of cutting-edge building design as well as a resort and port. Since the opening of Port 2000 in 2006, Le Havre can accommodate the largest of ships (up to 350 m long and 45 m wide), in all weathers without delays. The François I lock, one of the most ambitious projects of its kind anywhere, links the sea to the network of canals including the Grand Canal du Havre.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
90 minutes
Le Havre Natural History Museum
Le Havre Natural History Museum
In addition to ornithology and
60 minutes
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
This cathedral was built from 1575 to
15 minutes
Le Havre Signal Station
Le Havre Signal Station
The Semaphore accommodates radar, radio
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Malraux Museum (MuMa)
Standing at the entrance to the port and
120 minutes
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
Rue de Paris (Le Havre)
From Rue de Paris, which connects the
15 minutes
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Ship-owner's house
Ship-owner's house
This late 18C house, built for his
90 minutes
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
Notre Dame Cathedral, Le Havre
This cathedral was built from 1575 to
15 minutes
Le Havre Signal Station
Le Havre Signal Station
The Semaphore accommodates radar, radio
See all