Le Havre's most famous landmark is also its premier cultural venue and boasts concert halls and an excellent art cinema. One look and...
Musée d'Art Moderne André Malraux
At the city centre's southwestern tip, this fantastic modern space houses a truly fabulous collection of Impressionist works – the...
An old hilltop fortress a bit over 1km north of the tourist office has been transformed into a beautiful set of gardens, whose...
Le Cabaret Electric
Not only do you get to see the inside of Le Havre's most striking building, but this funky bar is also the city's best venue for live...
La Petite Auberge
This absolute gem of a place is possibly Le Havre's most charming dining option, with a low-beamed dining room that whispers of romance....
Église St-Joseph information
Lonely Planet review
The city is dominated by Perret's centrepiece, the magnificent 107m-high Église St-Joseph, which was begun in 1951 and inaugurated in 1959. Its 13,000 panels of coloured glass make the interior particularly striking when it's sunny.