Arriving -- There’s no direct train service into Honfleur, but you can book combined train and bus tickets from Paris via Roughly half a dozen trains leave Gare St-Lazare for Trouville-Deauville each day, where you can catch a Car Nomad (bus) to Honfleur; the one-way fares start at 37€ and the combined train and bus trip takes about 3 hours.

To drive from Paris (trip time: 2–2 1/2 hr.; 20.80€ in tolls), take A13 west, then the A29 north in the direction of Le Havre. From Pont l’Evêque or other points southwest, D579 leads to Honfleur’s major boulevard, rue de la République.

Visitor Information -- The Office de Tourisme is on quai Lepaulmier (; tel. 02-31-89-23-30).

Getting Around

On Foot -- Honfleur is small enough to get around on foot. The bus service, HO Bus (, is used by locals mainly to come into town from the outskirts.

By Car -- During high season, it can be difficult to find a place to park. The tourist board’s website has a handy map detailing which areas are free and which car parks charge and their fees.

By Taxi -- Benoit Taxi (tel. 06-21-73-32-70)

Fast Facts

ATMs/Banks -- Half a dozen banks are along rue de la Foulerie, place Pierre Berthelot and rue des Longettes.

Mail & Postage -- La Poste, 7 cours Albert Manuel (tel. 36-31).

Pharmacies -- Pharmacie du Dauphin, 5 rue Dauphin (; tel. 02-31-89-10-80).

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.