I am originally from Le Havre and now live in Sainte-Adresse, a historic seaside resort which was the seat of the Belgian government during the First World War. I love my bike and adore exploring this constantly changing urban area. I find it shatters the preconceived notions too often held by people who do not live in Le Havre. Whether I go out on foot, on my bike or on the tram, I never tire of visiting the beach, the port area, the pedestrian streets, the Cap de la Hève and its abundant green spaces, the Hanging Gardens, the Parc de Rouelles… I would like to invite you to discover my town with its original shops and amazing places to visit full of the rich history of our town which is soon to celebrate its 500th anniversary.
Where I will take you:
• Form MuMa − To the Unesco World Heritage site city centre
• On a walk from the MuMa Museum to La Hève passing through Sainte-Adresse on the way
• To parks and forests
• To the upper town by funicular railway
Availability: On Monday, Wednesday, Friday and sometimes on Saturday