Le Havre’s train station is 1.5km east of the Hôtel de Ville at the eastern end of bd de Strasbourg. Services run to Fécamp (€8, 45 to 75 minutes, seven to 11 daily), Paris St-Lazare (€30, 2¼ hours, 15 daily Monday …
Cy’clic, Rouen’s version of Paris’ Vélib’, lets you rent a city bike from a pool of 250 bikes at 24 locations around town. Credit-card registration for one/seven days costs €1/7, plus a deposit of €150. Use is free …
Scenic bus 24 connects Le Havre’s train station (€2, 1½ hours, seven or more daily) with Fécamp via Étretat and various small villages. The tourist office has schedules.
Rouen's train station is about 1.2km north of the cathedral. Follow rue Jeanne d'Arc straight north (uphill) to get there.
Year-round, you can hire bicycles at the train station and at 9 rue René Coty near the Hôtel de Ville.
Runs ferries to the English port of Portsmouth, which depart daily from late March to early November.
Car ferries operated by DFDS Seaways link Dieppe's ferry terminal with Newhaven.
In the city centre, train tickets are sold at the Boutique SNCF.
Very central location near the Théâtre des Arts.
Ferries between Dieppe and Newhaven in the UK.