The Maison du Site des Deux Caps serves as an information centre for the 'two capes', the area around and between Cap Blanc-Nez and Cap Griz-Nez, and sells hiking maps. From April to October it rents out bicycles, b…
Situated inside what's left of the Flamboyant Gothic–style Palais Rihour, built in the mid-1400s. It has free city maps, an excellent map-brochure outlining walking tours of the city's quartiers (quarters/neighbourh…
Has an excellent walking-tour map of Laon (free) and audioguides (€5) for walks around the cathedral (one hour) and the Cité Médiévale (medieval city; one to four hours). It's next to the cathedral in a 12th-century…
Has brochures on Calais and the Côte d'Opale and sells the discount Visit'Pass (€11), which provides entry into most major sights. It's just north across the bridge from the train station.
Situated next to the 16th-century, Flamboyant Gothic hôtel de ville (city hall), whose tower holds aloft three figures that sound the quarter-hour.
Has comprehensive information on activities and attractions, downloadable walking tour brochures, and sells entertainment tickets.
Does currency exchange; other branches in and around Calais include one at the ferry terminal and another at the Channel Tunnel.
Has abundant information on the battlefields and rents out bicycles (standard bike half-/full day €8/12, electric bike €15/25).
Situated outside the Nausicaá aquarium, Boulogne-sur-Mer's tourist office has helpful staff and plenty of English brochures.
Has excellent English brochures on the battlefields. It's situated 100m up the hill from the Historial de la Grande Guerre.