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    Nearby Destinations from Le Havre
    Nearby Destinations from Le Havre
    Le Havre, although a destination on its own, is also an ideal base for day trip jaunts to charming French towns and stunning natural attractions. Cruise passengers who are visiting the port city for a day-long shore excursion will find a wide range of options to keep them happily occupied. The port city is strategically located, which allows day trippers to get to any part of Normandy within two hours or less. So, go ahead and visit lovely small villages to soak up the atmospheric French countryside, hit the beaches of popular resort towns to work on your tan, or…
  • France
    The Balagne region of Corsica
    The Balagne region of Corsica
    The Balagne region of Corsica is one of the island's most popular tourist destinations not only for its proximity to mainland France but mostly for the stunning scenery it offers. Its lush and fertile topography earned it the nickname, "garden of Corsica". This the perfect spot for those who are into verdant rolling hills dotted with orchards, vineyards and olive groves. Stunning fine sand beaches are also aplenty for that perfect Mediterranean vacation. Choose from the main towns of Calvi, L'Ile-Rousse, and Cargese for your base and you are minutes away from exhilarating side trips to charming hilltop villages. Calvi's…
  • France
    Cultural Excursion in Le Havre
    Cultural Excursion in Le Havre
    Le Havre is a beautiful port city in the mouth of the Seine River. It is located 125 miles west of Paris and takes only two hours by car or train to get there. It may no longer display many of the historical structures of its glory days as a bustling French port due to the devastating bombings in WW II, but the splendid new skyline of the city does not even show a hint of the destruction that once beset the area. It is now home to marvelous modern architecture whose excellent designs earned the city inclusion in the…
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