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What's Honfleur Like?

As mentioned above, Honfleur is located in the Calvados region in the north west of France, which is the place where the apple brandy of the same name is produced, so make sure to try some when you visit! This city is also renowned for its architecture; in particular the old fifteenth century cathedral (called Saint Catherine's Church) in the centre of Honfleur is the oldest wooden cathedral in the whole of France. Nature lovers should make sure to stop by the Naturospace, which is home to both beautiful flowers and colourful butterflies. If you love art, the Musee Eugene Boudin, with its Impressionist masterpieces, is a great place to visit. And driving along the iconic bridge known as the Pont de Normandie is an ideal opportunity to take a few memorable and atmospheric photos, particularly when the weather is a little misty.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Honfleur

French is the main language spoken in this part of France, though as Normandy is so close to the Channel you may find that many locals speak English as well. Why not blend in with the locals by learning a couple of handy French phrases? 'Please', for example, is 's'il vous plait', which literally means 'if you please'. 'Vous' is the polite form of the word 'you' here (as opposed to the more informal 'tu'), and it is used when speaking to strangers, older people (including, often, relatives) and in a professional or business context. Thank you is just 'merci', and this is a useful phrase for when you are dining out in restaurants in Honfleur. At we have so much local knowledge about Honfleur and other cities all across the world. Make the most of our expertise by using our site to book yourself one of our great Honfleur Hotels for your upcoming trip to the north west of France.