Hotel et Restaurant Hamiot

1 / 7 rue Faidherbe, Boulogne-sur-Mer, 62 200, France
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Bus from Calais to Boulogne?

by DeeTea

We're planning a day trip to France on Sunday 6th Nov.

We'll be foot passengers on a ferry to Calais.

Is there a bus that we can get to Boulogne? We'd specifically like to go to Nauiscaa, if poss but that depends on public transport.
Any info on bus numbers, timetables and cost would be greatly appreciated!

RE: Bus from Calais to Boulogne?

by aemilys

Hi,

I don't know about a bus but the SNCF has a train that goes from Calais to Boulogne-sur-Mer where Nausicaä is located. Boulogne-sur-Mer has it's own website and tourist office so perhaps you could contact them.

http://www.tourisme-boulognesurmer.com/uk/index.php (Boulogne-sur-Mer)

www.sncf.fr (trains)

I checked the round trip and it's about 12.50 euros round trip but I'm not sure where the station is located in relation to Nausicaä.

Good luck,

Emily

RE: RE: Bus from Calais to Boulogne?

by Dunx

Boulogne has 2 stations: Ville and Tintelleries. Of the two, Tintelleries is the nearest to Nausicaa (400m?).
Rgds,
Dunx

Travel Tips for Boulogne-sur-Mer

Boulogne Christmas Market

by grets

For two days while we were in France, Boulogne held a Christmas market. Both inside and outside of the old town walls were stalls selling anything from cheese, candles, gifts, crafts, hot mulled wine, flowers, Christmas trees, music CDs to food and drink. It was great fun to walk around and I was surprised at how few people there were there.

South Americans on "pilgrimage"

by Mikebond

When we reached the top of the belfry, our guide showed us this ship. It comes from South America every year. Why should any South-Americans make such a long trip by ship when there are airplanes?
Well, it is a sort of pilgrimage. No, not to pray Notre-Dame de Boulogne (who arrived on a boat). They come every August to honour a hero of South America's independence from España, the Argentine general José de San Martín who died, exiled, in Boulogne on 17th August 1850.

Waterworld - Nausicaa

by Luchonda

Nausicaa - in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais/France - a beautiful daytripper !!
Yes go to this place - besides the important harbour there are many nice places.
Restaurants serving marvelous plates of seafood is obvious. Walking through the green parks - visiting shops - tasting a "Picon" or "Cointreau" - should it be more to
enjoy a day off - and felt like a King in France !!

Cathedral

by grets

There is a very interesting tour available of the crypt of the cathedral. Some of these are crypts of earlier churches discovered during construction of the cathedral in 1827. Some of these crypts date back as far as the 7th century and of interest is also pile of stone cannon balls from when Henry VIII besieged Boulogne in 1544.

The cathedral has the biggest dome in Europe after St Peter's in Rome.

Trésor d'art sacré - the musts

by Mikebond

The most famous piece housed in this museum is the Reliquiaire du Saint-Sang or Holy-Blood reliquary, a small round shrine dating of the 14th century which was made to keep the relic of Christ's blood that Godefroy de Bouillon sent from Jerusalem in 1100.
This box, initially held by two golden angels disappeared in 1792 (how many churches and statues were destroyed after the French revolution!), was made by Parisian goldsmith Guillaume Jullien and may have been given by Philippe le Bel to his daughter as a gift for her marriage to the King of England, occurred at Notre-Dame de Boulogne in 1308.
Another interesting piece is the heart-shaped ex-voto with a locomotive on it (second photo). The heart was the traditional offer to Notre-Dame de Boulogne, as established by King Louis XI. The heart with the locomotive was offered in 1856 to celebrate the first pilgrimage to this church by train.

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 Hotel et Restaurant Hamiot

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Address: 1 / 7 rue Faidherbe, Boulogne-sur-Mer, 62 200, France