Le Grand Hotel

42 Rue De La Marine, Cherbourg-Octeville, 50100, France
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traveling from cherbourg to st vaast

by revell

Is there a bus or train that goes to St. Vasst from the ferry terminal? Any ideas how much a taxi would cost?

Thank you

Re: traveling from cherbourg to st vaast

by puerto_lover

If you don't get an answer from VT members, try emailing the tourist office at Saint-Vaast ?
office-de-tourisme@saint-vaast-reville.com

Re: traveling from cherbourg to st vaast

by pfsmalo

Hi,

I was able to ascertain that there are 2 buses a day between Cherbourg and St. Vaast but no timetables. I did find the 'phone number for buses and taxis if that helps.

Bus - 00 33(0)2 33 44 32 22

Taxis - 00 33(0)2 33 53 36 38

Travel Tips for Cherbourg

Go to the stars at Planetarium Ludiver

by Pavlik_NL

Just half an hour drive from Cherbourg in Western direction, in the wide hills near the small village of Tonneville, you can find the planetarium Ludiver. The area of Cotentin peninsula with it's proximity to the sea, is relatively dark and therefore a planetarium here finds a good location. Around the real planetarium, an interesting museum about the planets and the stars is set. The greatest thing is a visit to the magical multimedia surround show during which the stars are projected in a dome shaped building, simulating the running of stars, planets and the constellations.

MUSEUMS IN CHERBOURG: Make...

by flyingkiwi

MUSEUMS IN CHERBOURG: Make sure you pay a visit to the 'Musee Thomas-Henry', located behind the port. This interesting museum contains work by Fra Filippo Lippi and Fra Angelico. An eclectic collection in the 'Musee d'Ethnographie', set in tropical gardens, illustrates cultures and societies from around the world, including the life of the Inuit.

Above the town, Fort du Roule, the scene of fierce fighting in 1944, houses a museum about the war years.

Theatre

by darkjedi

Constructed at the end of the nineteenth century and protected as an historical monument since 1984, the theatre of Cherbourg is one of the last surviving theatres built in the Italian style.

Admire the beauty of the golden theatre, as it was nicknamed by the Cherbourgeois in 1882. The Cherbourg Theatre was built between 1880 and 1882 on the site of the old corn exchange. The painter Georges Clairin decorated the ceiling. In the lobby, he designed allegorical representations of comedy, drama, music and dance, and, finally, painted two large works "The Sea Wall" and "The Countryside" that decorate the main staircase. Originally designed to seat one thousand one hundred people, the theatre now has, due to current security standards, six hundred seats

Cherbourg

by darkjedi

"Panorama"

Cherbourg-Octeville is a town and commune in Normandy, north-west France. It was formed when the city of Cherbourg absorbed Octeville on February 28, 2000, and was officially renamed Cherbourg-Octeville.

The combined population of Cherbourg and Octeville at the 1999 census was 42,318 inhabitants.

Cherbourg was the first stop of RMS Titanic after it left Southampton, England. On 19 June 1864, the naval engagement between USS Kearsarge and CSS Alabama took place off Cherbourg. The Battle of Cherbourg, fought in June 1944 following the Normandy Invasion, ended with the capture of Cherbourg on June 30.

Cherbourg Penninsular

by martin.lees

The port of Cherbourg is ideally situated for exploring the Cherbourg Peninsular. There are great beaches, coastal paths and some lovely towns to explore. There's also the history of the D day landings in the various museums along the Normandy Coast.

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