Boulogne-sur-Mer's Haute-Ville (Upper City) is perched high above the rest of town, and girded by a 13th-century wall. Centred on the Grande Rue and rue Adolphe Thiers, the Basse-Ville (Lower City) is a bustling if uninspiring assemblage of postwar structures, but its waterfront is home to Nausicaá, one of the world's largest aquariums, with beaches stretching along the coast nearby. As France's most important fishing port, just-landed seafood is a highlight of visiting.
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