Enjoy this amazing City Sightseeing Le Havre
with our panoramic cabriolet bus Bee Le Havre City Tour!
During 50 minutes, you will enjoy an amazing City Tour and panoramic view of Le Havre (the wonderful gateway of Paris and the biggest City in Normandy). You will explore the city centre of Le Havre and discover its history of 506 years with audio-guided comments. With 2 daily departures at 2:00 pm and 3:30 pm (and also every morning of cruise ship calls at 10:30 am, 11:30 am and 12:30 pm), you will love this discover of the biggest city of Normandy, one of the best Bus Tour in France, regularly recommended by our Bee Le Havre passengers on TripAdvisor and Google Reviews:
Online reservations for the City Tour are automatically available for the next 30 days (below).
All comments are available with individual audio-guides in French, English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian.
Le Havre City Sightseeing Tour will help you discover all the faces and panoramas of Le Havre :
- All the main monuments of Le Havre City.
- All the main districts of the upper city and the lower city (St-François, Notre-Dame, Docks, Sainte-Adresse..).
- The UNESCO World Heritage centre of Le Havre (the City centre of Le Havre was totally reconstructed by Auguste PERRET after the World War 2 and the terrible bombing before/after the Normandy Landings)…
How to access our Bee Le Havre City Tour bus stop ?
Bee Le Havre Honfleur Tour’s bus stop is located at the Place Perret / Rue de Paris (in english : Perret Square / Paris Street). It’s very easy to access to our City sightseeing bus Bee Le Havre City Tour and our Bee Le Havre Honfleur Shuttle Bus:
- On foot / By bus / By taxi: The Place Perret is in the city centre of Le Havre between the City Hall and the Volcan (take the Rue de Paris).
- From Le Havre cruise ship terminal: It takes only 30 minutes to walk to Place Perret (following this simple route). You can also take a taxi or the shuttle bus of your cruise ship, that connects the Cruise Terminal to the Place Perret all day long.
- From the railway station : Take the tramway in front of the railway station during 2 stops in order to join the City Hall.
Bee Le Havre City Tour – Frequently Asked Questions
What time are the departures of Bee Le Havre City Tour ?
The exact days and times of the departures of our tourist bus Bee Le Havre City Tour are displayed on our website and booking schedule. During the tourist period from April to October, except the days of privatization, the Bee Le Havre City Tour takes place in general in the afternoons at 2:00 pm and 3:30 pm (and the mornings of cruise ship calls at 10:30 am, 11:30 am and 12:30 pm).
Where can I buy the tickets for the next City Tour departures?
You can buy your tickets directly on our website or directly in our Bee Le Havre Souvenirs Shop (located at 15 rue Robert de la Villehervé) or of course directly on the departure days from our bus stop (located at the “Place Perret” between the Volcano and the City Hall of Le Havre).
Can I buy my tickets directly on the bus (at the Place Perret stop)?
Yes you can, but on busy days we advise you to reserve your seats in advance directly on our website to be sure to get a seat or to go to our Souvenir Shop located next to our bus stop “Place Perret” (at 15 rue Robert de la Villehervé)
You can pay online by Credit cards. You can pay at our bus stop by Cash or Credit cards.
What about refunds in case of cancellation?
No problem with our refund policy Bee Le Havre: To cancel your reservation, you just have to send us your request by mail before your day of visit, you will be automatically refunded entirely on your bank card (without any justification to provide us).
I have a 3 year old child, does he need a ticket?
Admission is free for children under 4 years of age, but he need to have a free ticket.
Is there a children's rate for Bee Le Havre City Tour?
The reduced price of our City Tour is valid for children aged under 18 years inclusive and student if you have a student card with you.
How long does the City Tour take?
Our special Bee Le Havre City Tour takes approximately 50 minutes (depending on traffic). You can not hop-on and hop-off for the moment during this Le Havre City Sightseeing. We hope that our Hop-on Hop off service will be available soon when we will have succeeded in obtaining the necessary authorizations from the public authorities.
Is there a commentary available in my language during Bee Le Havre City Tour?
The city sightseeing tour Bee Le Havre City Tour offers a recorded commentary in French, English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian. The comments are delivered to you via individual headphones that you will find on the bus. In addition, you should know that these multilingual commentaries are truly suitable for children as well as adults of all ages thanks to a captivating inter-generational dialogue that is greatly appreciated by our thousands of passengers who have been on board since June 2016.
What happens if it starts to rain during the City Tour with the convertible bus?
No problem, if it starts to rain during our City Tour (which of course happens very rarely in Normandy…), you will still enjoy a very pleasant panoramic ride without risk of getting wet because our yellow convertible bus Bee Le Havre City Tour is equipped with a retractable glass roof that unfolds automatically in only 10 seconds.
Is it possible to board your City Tour minibus with a wheelchair?
Our City Tour is currently carried out with a yellow convertible minibus that is very popular with all passengers, but very narrow (only has seating on board). Therefore, this yellow convertible minibus does not allow to board the City Tour with a wheelchair. Moreover, it is a minibus so it does not have any luggage compartments. However, it is possible to safely leave your wheelchair with one of our team members on the Place Perret during your City Tour. We will be pleased to be able to safely accept passengers sitting in their wheelchairs on our City Tour in the coming years as soon as we have larger buses.
Do you allow animals?
For health and safety reasons, large animals are not accepted on the bus. We do, of course, accept pets accompanying our visually impaired passengers or small dogs accustomed to riding public transportation.