Le Havre, which celebrates the return of Royal de Luxe giants for the 500 years of the city until Sunday.
After a first eventful day, with the reunion of the Giants , Le Havre is preparing for a second day of magic. Where to see the giants, access to park …
The route of the giants this Saturday
Departure at 10.30am. The two giants will travel to rue de Paris, where they will separate quickly enough to follow different paths.
The first giant ascend the rue de Paris to tour the site of the Hotel de Ville and join the Commerce Basin (by rue Jules-Siegfried, rue Anfray, quai George-V).
He will then head on the Place des Halles-Central (via rue Louis-Brindeau, la rue Bernardin-de-Saint-Pierre), will run along the Albert-René instead, to use the rue d’Estimauville until his destination: the place of the Old market, opposite the Museum of natural History.
The second giant will leave to the St. Francis neighborhood, rue Saint-Jacques, cross the bridge along the basin Roy (dock-Michel Fere) and Guillaume-Le-Testu dock.
He will find the rue de Paris, to the gardens of the town hall, to rue Paul-Doumer and Sery, run along the Saint Joseph church to get to the marina (via les rues Frédéric-Lemaître et le boulevard Clemenceau)), along the sea front and finish his career at MuMa.
Great blue sky and sunlight
Another beautiful summer day is forecast for Le Havre! It will be fine and maybe even a little hot on the trail of the giants this Saturday 8th July, 2017 in Le Havre. maximum temperature under protection: 22 ° C. Tip: bring your water bottle to keep you hydrated. Not to forget a hat for protection from the sun (especially children).
relay and free bus parking
Visitors from outside Le Havre will be able to use two park and ride available: north, the Grand Hameau (150 seats); south, Oceane stadium (3500 seats). To reach the city center, there will be a tram and free shuttles from the stadium to the station from 8 am to midnight (8 am to 3 pm on July 9th).