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Cruise Ship to CHG Airport
I'm hoping someone can help us. We will be taking a Viking Cruise from Paris to LeHavre. What would be the most economical as well as quickest way to return to the airport as we have a 5pm flight to Naples. I'm hoping that the train station is within a short cab ride, am I correct? Thank you.
Re: Cruise Ship to CHG Airport
Le Havre is about 2hrs 15 minutes train journey from Paris St Lazare station and a one-way ticket will cost you about 30 Euros. From St Lazare you can take the RER train to the airport, so overall the journey will be about 3hrs 30 minutes allowing for transfer to from RER line A to RER line B at Chatelet les Halles.
Train times Le Havre - Paris at www.voyages-sncf.com
RER map at http://www.ratp.info/orienter/f_plan.php?fm=gif&loc=reseaux&nompdf=rer&lang=
RER fast trains to the airport trains run every 15 minutes.
The station in Le Havre is right in the city centre and close to many of the dock basins.
Hope that helps.
Re: Cruise Ship to CHG Airport
Your question is not really sufficiently clear to answer in a meaningful way.
If you are trying to reach the Le Havre airport, LEH, from the Cruise line terminal it is indeed a relatively short taxi ride.
If you are trying to reach CDG airport, you need to indicate when you will be ready to depart Le Havre. To reach CDG in time for a 5pm flight, you'll need to leave Le Havre no later than 10m. As explained, you'll take the train to Gare St. Lazare and then possibly the Metro/RER to CDG.
There is a private car service which will take you directly to CDG from Le Havre:
En route time - 3.5 hours
Fare - 680 euros
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