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View brochure - Office de Tourisme Cherbourg
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C HERBOURG
Our tips to make
the most of your stay
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48h
Quai de Caligny
9am
Coffee along the quays
Have a cup of coffee with a croissant while contemplating the
outer-harbour and maybe see the swing bridge open up to let
a boat loaded with fish enter.
10am
in Cher
bourg-e
Saturday
What if the umbrella story
wasn’t just a film
Visit the new manufacture, its museum and
Haussmanian shop «Le Véritable Cherbourg».
11.30
am
12.30
pm
Let’s go!
Visit the city on a guided tour on a
mini train from the harbour to the
Liais Park, ideal family time.
Ramble and have lunch
at the Marina
Choose a table in an
«épicerie fine», or have
grilled fish with a sea
view next to the Yacht
Club.
2
Port de Plaisance
Le Trident - Scène Nationale
en-Cot
en
tin
2pm
All aboard the Adèle!
Discover the world’s largest man-made harbour
on a boat trip and learn about the incredible story
of its construction.
3.30
pm
5pm
On the steps of Jean-François Millet
Enter the Quasar and the Thomas Henry Museum, 3rd Museum
of Fine Arts of Normandy, and discover its exceptionnal collection
of 300 paintings and sculpures.
A walk around town
Discover the «boêls» (small streets) hidden in the heart of the old
town. Take a moment in the pedestrian area to indulge in a tasty
snack.
8pm
9.30
pm
11pm
Dinner along the quays
Enjoy a fish «du jour» or a platter of sea food. Indulge in a
fancy dinner at one of the Caligny quay restaurants.
Theatre, casino… your turn to play
Enjoy a «Scène Nationale» play or try
your luck at the poker table.
Sweet dreams
Get back to your comfy hotel with a sea view.
3
La Cité de la
Mer
Sunday
10am
Discover the depths
Visit the Cité de la Mer Museum and its amazing
Abyssal Aquarium, the deepest in Europe, and
embark on «Le Redoutable» submarine to live
the legend of the Titanic.
1pm
2.30
pm
In the heart of the Gare Maritime Transatlantique
For a quick lunch or tasty break.
Fill your lungs with ocean
breeze.
Go for a walk on the Collignon
embankment and catch a glimpse of
the Ile Pelée and its Napoleonic fort.
4
Château des Ravalet
3.30
pm
When legend and history meet…
Marguerite and Julien
Visit the bucolic park of the Ravalet Castle. Discover the
story of the «Ravalet» children. Narrated horse-drawn
outings, tea-house on site.
5pm
Rise up
Stride along the foothills of the Roule
mountain. Enjoy the panoramic view over
the city or discover Cherbourg’s leading
role in WW2 at the Liberation Museum.
See you soon… for new adventures
5
1h
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medieval city
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5- Rue Tour Carrée : it got its name from an
ancient tower of the city wall.
9- Rue au Blé, remains of the old Cherbourg, where the «marché au blé» (the wheat market) used to
take place… After the boulangerie, sink into one of the «Boël» («gut» in old French) which will take you to
small courtyards.. The back of the houses of Rue au Blé have all kept their spiral staircase turret with
their «éguets» (little windows to watch over the access to the courtyard and light up the tower).
10- Square Phelippot le Cat, you will discover on your left a copper plate telling the story of this
resistance fighter during the Hundred Years’ War.
11- Place Centrale and rue au Fourdray between the two windows of the bar
« Le Carré », you will see a staircase tower with little windows and drip edges,
as well as an inscription in Latin and the date of 1569. There, a Benedictine
abbey was founded at the end of the 16th century by the Ravalet family.
12- Rue Grande Rue pass the old salt storehouse (the
metal gate after «Lejeté» on the right) or cour des Gables.
13- Rue des Portes : it used to be the only way to enter the medieval
fortress. At the Rue du Château crossroads, beware! Two soldiers have
been guarding the city for centuries, from the corner of the Bar de l’Etoile.
Turn left.
14- Rue des Tribunaux : after the ramparts and the castle were
destroyed in 1689, it wasn’t until the 19th century and the
« haussmannisation » of the province that squares, beautiful houses
and main roads were built.
15- Place de Gaulle : the theatre that was built in 1881 is a
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good indicator of the city’s prosperity. It was built by a Parisian
architect, Charles de Lalande, who specialized in Italian-style
theatres and designed the Parisian Théâtre des Nouveautés and
Théâtre de la Renaissance. The building follows the eclectic
style that was in fashion during the 2nd Empire, and leans on
the ancient Halle aux Blés (1832).
6- Rue Noël it used to be called the «Venelle du Cimetière» (the
7- Sainte-Trinité Basilica : it borders the Place
«Cemetery Alley») because of the cemetery which bordered
the Sainte-Trinité Basilica.
Napoléon, its flat chevet leans on the only
remaining wall of the city’s forts. It was built
in the 11th Century.
8- Place des Moulins to remember
the many hand-querns which used to lean
on the ramparts.
4- Place de la Révolution : (n°20-22) one of
Cherbourg’s most ancient houses (16th century).
3- Rue des Fossés : as Cherbourg Castle’s moats were supplied with
sea water, they were cleaned with each tide! Considering they were
used as dumps, it surely was convenient! Take the small alley on
your right which still has its medieval outline (rows of houses set up
randomly with a central gutter). Turn left.
2- Notre Dame Car park : the ancient courtyard of Cherbourg
Castle was surrounded by large ramparts and high towers.
Where the «Résidence du vieux château» is today, used to be
an impregnable strong donjon. In 1689, the ramparts of the city
and the castle were destroyed. Exit the car park by going under the
Résidence du Vieux Château.
Starting
Point
Tourist Office
14, Quai Alexandre III
1- Quai Alexandre III : in the 18th century, a commercial dock, with a swing
bridge and closed by a lock, was built at the end of the Divette estuary. In 1758,
the quays and the bridge were destroyed by the last English incursion. Then,
the outer-harbour dock and the Caligny quay completed the installations. Today,
these two docks are used for fishing and sailing. It was also the set for the
famous «Les Parapluies de Cherbourg» film.
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Have a beer at the
Equipage, on the marina
and listen to the breeze
blow in the masts
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Have a picnic at the Etang des
Costils, just a few steps away
from the Ravalet Castle
Renting a Stand Up
Paddle in le Becquet de
Tourlaville to enjoy the
Collignon Beach
Taste the famous «Cake au citron» (lemon
cake) from the Café Pompon, near the Theatre
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istin
- Guid
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Pretend like you are
Captain Nemo aboard Le
Redoutable at the Cité de
la Mer museum
-
uise
greeters
Annie
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What we like !
Have a romantic dinner in
the gourmet Michelin-starred
restaurant Le Pily
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Get a «saucisse-frites»
(sausage and chips) at the
market and go eat it on a
bench in the Parc Liais
Sail away from
the marina
aboard a sailing
boat… added
bonus: having a
drink on board
Go for a bike ride on the
Collignon public garden
bike paths
Have a taste of New York with a cheesecake
from Apple Garden (for a desert after lunch,
or an afternoon snack)
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Go for a run along the
Saline and discover the
Cherbourg harbour
Itineraries
Things to do
Shows
Where to eat ?
Where to sleep?
Leisure
FR EE !
Discover our app
Cherbourg Cotentin Tour
Free guided tours
All year round and many times a week devry summertime, discover free guided visits :
Cherbourg and the thousand and one facet, Italian theater, Abbaye du Voeu, Cherbourg in middle-age,
Ravalet parc and castle... Guided tours in French (More informations at the Tourist Office : +33 (0)2 33 93 52 02)
Discovery Rally
game
1h30
2 €*
with family or friends… here is a fun and
original way to discover the various hidden
treasures of CHERBOURG-EN-COTENTIN on
a treasure hunt.
Touristic rally offered by the Tourist Office
(in collaboration with RANDO JEU).
You will get a diploma
after finishing the rally..
* Free downloadable on www.cherbourgtourisme.com
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Information
France Indicative phone +33
Manufacture and umbrella museum
22, quai Alexandre III - 02 33 93 66 60
www.parapluiedecherbourg.com
Guided tours and group tours upon reservation. MondaySaturday: 10.00-12.00/14.00-19.00 Sundays 19, 26 June and in July/
August: 14.00-18.00.
Tariffs : guided tour: 8€, (6-18 year-olds and students): 4€.
Open visit: 5€ - (6-18 year-olds): 3€ - Shop.
Tourist mini-train
07 89 59 48 01
www.traintouristiquedecherbourg.com
45-minute tour - starts from the Cité de la Mer then Place de Gaulle
5 minutes later - from 2 April to 13 July and from 1 to 30 September:
Monday-Saturday: 14.00, 15.00, 16.00, 17.00 (upon reservation
for groups on Sundays). From 14 July to 31 August everyday:
10.30, 11.30, 14.00, 15.00, 16.00, 17.00. Timetable subject to change
according to weather. On liner lay-over days: ask for more info.
Tariffs : 6,50€ (4-11 year-olds): 4,50€ - family (2 adults and 2
children) 20€
Boat trip
informations - 06 61 14 03 32
hagueapart.com
1-hour/1.15-hour guided cruise. From 2 April to 13 July and
from 1 to 30 September*: Monday-Saturday: 14.00, 15.30, 17.00.
Sunday: groups upon reservation (individuals: ask for info). From
15 to 30 September: one departure only at 15.30. From 14 July
to 31 August: from Monday-Saturday: 10.50, 14.00, 15.30, 17.00.
*Timetable subject to change according to weather (please ask
beforehand). Reservation is advised.
Tariffs : 14.50€ (4-11 year-olds): 9,90€ / -4 : 0,50€).
Ravalet Park and Castle
informations Tourist office - 02 33 93 52 02
The park is open everyday. January, February, November,
December: 8.30-17.00 - March, April, September, October: 8.0018.30. May, June, July, August: 8.00-20.00. «Allée des Lys» teashop (sweet and savoury) in the Jardin des Vents. Narrated
horse-drawn outings in high season. Free parc entry.
La Cité de la Mer
informations - 02 33 20 26 69
www.citedelamer.com
Approximately 3-hour tour - All year long: 10.00-18.00. July,
August: 9.30-19.00. Closed in January. Ticket is valid all day,
authorised exits.
Tariffs : 18€ adults (! Discount at the Tourist Office: 16,50€) 3€
children 5-17 included - Free for under 5* with an adult (*no
access to the submarine). Audio-guided tour: +3€.
Thomas Henry Museum
10
Libération museum
informations - 02 33 20 14 12
Tuesday - Friday: 10.00-12.30 and 14.00-18.00 - Saturday and
Sunday: 13.00-18.00 - Closed on Mondays and bank-holidays.
Tariffs : Adults : 4€ (reduced rate : 2,50€) - Free every wednesday
for all, and everyday for under 16 year-olds.
Museum & Parc Liais
informations - 02 33 53 51 61
Tuesday-Friday: 10.00-12.30 and 14.00-18.00. Saturday and
Sunday: 13.00-18.00. Closed on Mondays and bank-holidays.
Park open everyday, greenhouses open from May to September
on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays from 10.00-12.00.
Tariffs : Adults : 2€ (reduced rate : 1€) - Free every wednesday for
all, and everyday for under 16 year-olds.
Cherbourg Casino
18, quai Alexandre III - 02 33 43 00 56
www.casinocherbourg.com
Money Machines, Black Jack, English Roulette. Night-club.
Le Trident Theatre - National Scene
Place du Général de Gaulle - 02 33 88 55 50
www.trident-scenenationale.com
Artistic season from September to June
Café du Port - 02 33 23 12 73
facebook café-Du-Port-Cherbourg
Brasserie snack open 7days / 7
L’Armoire à Délices - 02 33 95 23 02
www.larmoireadelices.fr
Restaurant / Delicatessen on the marina
L’Equipage - 02 33 53 02 83
www.restaurant-equipage.com
Bar restaurant on the marina
Apple Garden Café - 09 81 86 21 09
www.facebook.com/Apple-Garden-Café
Restoration noon and Coffeehouse the afternoon.
Le Quai des Mers - 02 33 88 75 60
www.lequaidesmers.fr
Restaurant + brasserie snack in Cité de la Mer
Café Pompon - 02 33 53 08 75
Specialty: the lemon cake
Le Pily - 02 33 10 19 29
www.restaurant-le-pily.com
Michelin-starred restaurant guide
Club de Kayak de Mer - 02 33 22 59 59
www.cotentinkayak.fr
Stand-up paddle rental
Skipper Aventure - 06 48 82 97 08
informations - 02 33 23 39 30
Tuesday - Friday: 10.00-12.30 and 14.00-18.00 - Saturday and
Sunday: 13.00-18.00 - Closed on Mondays and bank-holidays Ticket office closes 15 minutes before closing time.
www.skipper-aventure.com
Tariffs : 5€ - Reduced rate*: 3€. Free every wednesday.
For other discounts please ask at the museum.
www.mettezlesvoiles.com
Sailing trip or unusual accommodation to dock
Mettez les Voiles Croisières - 06 83 52 57 10
Sailing trip with skipper discovery
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14, Quai Alexandre III - 50100 CHERBOURG-EN-COTENTIN
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YEARLY TIMETABLES
DATES
Cherbourg-en-Cotentin
16/09 31/05
(Hors saison)
15/06 30/06
& 01/09 15/09
01/07 31/08
L M M J V S D L M M J V S D L M M J V S D
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10:00 – 12:30 et 14:00 – 18:00 | Closed * (Sunday open during school holidays off season) : 10:00 – 13:00
09:30 – 12:30 et 13:30 – 18:30 | 10:00 – 13:00
09:30 – 19:00 | 10:00 – 17:00 | 14/07 - 15/08 : 10:00 – 17:00
Closed 25/12 - 1st/01 - Bank holidays : open 10:00 – 13:00 all year
Design : OTCC F. Hubert - Photos credit : OTCC and partners - PY LeMeur - Aline ALC - B. Almodovar - Marc Lerouge - JME Enault - GUTELLE Gaston (1853 - 1900)
Cartographie : SIG - Illustrations plan : S. Mahelin - Printing : Imprimerie Lereverend
Non contractual document - Do not litter. LThe above information and tarifs and are subject to change. The Tourist Office cannot
be held responsible for any changes.
Imprimerie Lecaux - Certification de la gestion durable des forêts
OTCC : N° siret : 514.967.058.000.17 - N° d’immatriculation : IM050130003
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33 93 52 02
Port de Plaisance
[email protected] - Tel. : +33 (0)2

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