[Honfleur] A friend who used to go to school in Normandy recommended this place to me, and found that it’s really good to go to travel season is very important, a small town must have an atmosphere, there must be people outdoors, so winter is more suitable for home squatting, of course Yes, southerners are suitable for squatting in northerners’ homes
This is not a particularly famous tourist attraction. I didn't expect such a small port town that was a little unpopular, I would like it very much. There are really not many people here, so every morning walk is particularly pleasant.
It is worth seeing, the small and exquisite coastal tourist city, like Xiaojiabiyu, will make you linger the more you look. The seafood here is very fresh. On a sea stroll, you can not only see the majestic Normandy Bridge, but friends have the opportunity to see the baby seals!
The Normandy town Honfleur at the mouth of the Seine River is a paradise for artists and yacht lovers. Both Honfleur and Le Havre on the other side of the river have a long history and deep maritime civilization. The Duke of Norman, who completed the Norman conquest of England in the 11th century, and Champlain, who established the French colony of Quebec in North America in the 17th century, all began in Honfleur. The Boudin Art Museum, the Church of Our Lady of Grace, the Church and Bell Tower of St. Catherine, the Normandy Bridge, the Maritime Museum and other places of interest have distinctive cultural characteristics, which are worthy of appreciation and experience.
It was already in the afternoon on the day of arrival, and just after a light rain, the air was so fresh that people involuntarily started abdominal breathing, so that more negative ions could be obtained? probably! There is a piece of water in the port area, which stretches into houses on three sides that resemble building blocks played in childhood. Small yachts are arranged in an orderly manner along the harbour, as if they can be on standby to serve everyone at any time. A kind of affection can't help but surge; in the distance, is the famous Honfleur Lighthouse—the lighthouse that French pointillist Georges-Pierre Seurat described as "indifferent, concise, rigorous and mysterious". I really want to leave it for her. It’s a pity, the sunlight has hidden into the clouds, and the lighthouse is too far away. I used the camera to pair it with 200 for a long time, and I still couldn’t bear to destroy the image of the lighthouse that Georges-Pierre Seurat had already burned in his heart.