Heading towards the sea Posted on juli 13, 2020 by ledrakenoir As a separation of the cities of Honfleur and Le Havre, the river Seine disappears into the sea. Del dette:TwitterFacebookUdskrivE-mailPinterestTumblrLinkedInRedditSynes godt om dette:Like Henter... Relateret
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Love these photos. That bridge is spectacular. Looks like a wonderful place to visit.
A boat trip on the river Seine from Paris via Rouen to the sea at Le Havre and Honfleur – you will never regret it – the bridge between Honfleur and Le Havre is one of the most amazing parts. 🙂
Thanks for the added information.
Wonderful idea for a future trip in that region of France! I saw the bridge from Honfleur, a cousin of mines said to me that it’s called “pont de Normandie”… I don’t know if it’s correct.. 😉
The Pont de Normandie in english: Normandy Bridge is the cable-stayed road bridge that spans the river Seine linking Le Havre to Honfleur in Normandy, northern France. The total length is 2,143 metres. It is also the last bridge to cross the Seine before it empties into the ocean. Despite being a motorway toll bridge, there is a footpath as well as a narrow cycle lane in each direction allowing pedestrians and cyclists to cross the bridge free of charge. So your cousin is right. 🙂
Thank you a lot for all these info. Very interesting. 🙂
What wonderful images!
So glad you enjoyed these views. Absolutly worth visiting this area. 🙂