Buy your tram tickets from a machine on the tram station - a day ticket is very reasonable. Don't forget to swipe your ticket when you get on a Tram.
You'll find the little deli above on the other side of the gare St Jean. Go Down a level through the underpass and up the ramp and out the other side of the station. too.
Their mature Gouda Cheese with Truffles is a must! Well worth the effort. And you can pick up a very nice wine to go with it!!
Why not pick a few items and have them for breakfast (petit dejeuner) at a table outside - you won't be disappointed!.
Simply walk up from the Bourse and soon you'll be immersed in all your favourite stores - C&A, Etam, Galeries Lafayette and much more . . . ,
Easy to find. The Rue St. Catherine is one of the longest shopping streets in Europe - Shop . . . Eat . . . Shop some more . . . Drink . . . Las t minute Shop then . . . Eat & Drink!
Dunkirk – 8 ½ hours
Boulogne and Calais – 7hr 15Min
Cherbourg – 6 ½ hours
Dieppe – 7 hours
Le Havre – 6 ½ hours
Caen – 6 hours
St Malo – 6 hours
Bilbao - 5 hours
Santander - 6 hours
All times are approximate and are based on using main arterial routes and toll roads starting at Junction 37 on the A10 which is approximately ten minutes away.