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  • 5 minutes walk from the town hall, or via the tramway
  • The practice of all water sports: sailing, paddle, kite surfing, rowing, canoeing
  • A lively seafront in the summer months: cafés-restaurants, skate-park, jazz and street art festivals…
  • Close to famous seaside resorts: Deauville, Trouville, Etretat, Honfleur…
  • One of the shortest average journey times from home to work in France (19 minutes compared with 26 minutes for towns of a similar size and 36 minutes for the Paris region)
  • Voted the most self-driving city with over 100,000 inhabitants by the 40 million motorists association
  • A dense and intermodal public transport network: tramway, bus, funicular, LER, transport on demand, etc.
  • 120 km of cycle paths
  • 750 ha of parks and gardens in the city, i.e. more than 40 m² of green space / inhabitant
  • 300 km of footpaths in the urban community of Le Havre Seine Métropole
  • Unique ecosystems: the Seine estuary nature reserve, the regional natural park of the loops of the Seine Normandy
  • About 450 sports associations
  • The Muma (André Malraux Museum of Modern Art), the largest impressionist collection in the provinces
  • Classification of the rebuilt city centre of Le Havre and the cliffs of Etretat as Unesco World Heritage sites
  • Le Havre and Fécamp classified as Cities of Art and History
  • Music, cinema and street art festivals
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