I think you might dock right in the main harbour or at least tender into it and in that case you are in the heart of Honfleur, a beautiful place, I loved it there. As for restaurants too many to chose from. ... Neil.
Agree with Neil. We actually stayed in Honfleur last year for two weeks. There are approx. 130 restaurants and bars in the town. Have to say that we didn't come across any bad ones.
Beautiful place and well worth a visit.
Very easy to DIY if you only go to this site that I direct every one to - Try google and 'cruise ports call boards' - the first result will give you all the info under the Europe section
Sounds like we're on the same cruise. From what I've read on other sites the ship will dock on the Seine as it will be too big for the inlet, I've added the web address of quite a comprehensive map of Honfleur-www.frenchduck.co.uk/maps/honfleur.html , if you have a look at this you will see it is possible to walk into Honfleur but would take far longer than ten -fifteen minutes. Fred Olsen say if thats the case they normally provide a shuttle bus but couldn't garantee it as the decision is made by the ship - heres hoping!!!
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