For passengers taking ferries from Portsmouth to Le Havre, these maps of Portsmouth and Le Havre will help you with driving directions to and from the ports.
Portsmouth is the most convenient port for those coming from London, which is less than two hours drive. It is also easily accessible from the Midlands and the South with the M27 linking directly into the M3 and the motorway network.
Le Havre is a modern maritime city at the mouth of the River Seine. Largely rebuilt since WW2 when 80% of the city was destroyed, Le Havre city centre is a World Heritage site designed by the 'concrete poet' Auguste Perret and is also one of the greenest cities in France. Well-connected to France's fast and efficient road network, it is easy to travel to some of the most popular areas including Paris, Normandy, and the Alps.
Find out the driving distances to some popular destinations in the table below.
DRIVING DISTANCES FROM LE HAVRE
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