Hotel D'angleterre

8 Rue Paul Talluau, Cherbourg-Octeville, 50100, France
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trains to florence italy

by fexy2009

i was planning a trip from cherbourg to florence italy by train ,is there a bus or train direct to florence or italy from cherbourg,
thanks francis

Re: trains to florence italy

by cgf

I believe you first have to go to Paris, Lille o Metz and from there take a train which has an international route to Florence. It's a long trip
You may think about a plane from Lille to Pisa with a Ryanair's flight then Florence it's very easy to be reached by train.

Re: trains to florence italy

by Buckz

given the distance involved train would be better, and TGVif your budget allows. you may not get a direct link from Cherbourg, but you will get a wide range of destinations from Paris.

Re: trains to florence italy

by pfsmalo


Just had a look at You have to go through Paris. Trains from Cherbourg take you into Paris St. Lazare, then across by metro to Gare de Lyon and there TGV to Florence. There is even a night train from Paris-Bercy if you fancied a sleeper.
Could find no buses without going through Paris.

Re: trains to florence italy

by cubsur

I found a journey of 16hrs 55 minutes using

1. Train Cherboug leaving 1346 arriving Paris St Lazare 1646
2. Cross Paris by Metro to Paris Gare de Lyon
3. TGV Paris Gare de Lyon leaving 1758 arriving Lausanne 2152
4. Train Euronight Lausanne leaving 2220 arriving Florence 0641am

You can also leave Cherbourg at 1700 arrive Paris St Lazare 1946 and take the night train from Paris Bercy at 2033 to Milan thence a train to Florence arriving at 0839. However this option has a short connection time across Paris and any delay on the train from Cherbourg could lead to problems.

Travel Tips for Cherbourg

Don't forget your phrasebook!

by jayhawk2000

Our first night in France we ended up at the MISTRAL PIZZERIA on Quai de Caligny in Cherbourg. One of the many establishments lining the west quayside, this one caught our eye because most of the menu is bilingual (we'd left the phrasebook in the hotel, a mistake we made only once).

In Sept 2001 they were offering 60 & 72F menus (both with 3 courses, but the more expensive menu had more choice of pizza). That was 6 to 7.20GBP.

The food was average, the decor naff, the service slow, but the table wine was delicious (35F for a half litre, enough for 4 small glasses). Still, I wouldn't go back in a hurry.

In Tourlaville, 5km southeast...

by flyingkiwi

In Tourlaville, 5km southeast of Cherbourg, a chateau with an elegant facade and attractive grounds (open all year) was the setting for a 16th century sex scandal, when Julien and Marguerite Ravalet, children of the owners, ran off together and lived as lovers until they were convicted of incest and executed in 1603.

Saint Trinity church, a sailors sanctuary

by Pavlik_NL

The most wonderful church in this maritime town is the Saint-Trinity, which is situated at the main harbour in the centre of town. The church is built in a fine gothic style, but has some romanesk parts from it's original predecessor. Inside the organ and several beautiful statues are the main attractions to this basilica church. With the maritime history and traditions of Cherbourg, one can imagine that this is truely a sailors sanctuary. Many marine men as well as sailing visitors temperarily in Cherbourg, devote themselves here on Sunday to a prayer for good weather at sea.


by darkjedi

Within the Casino of Cherbourg you will find:

49 slot Machines and Video Pokers

1 Roulette Table

Brewery the "Fifty's Dinner"

The dancing club "Admiralty"? The banquet room and the bar.



This page is really about Etretat. I couldn't find it on the list. The hole cut out of the mountain side was made by the Germans in WWII to watch for approaching enemies. There are no fences to stop you from falling like there would be in the US.


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