Boulogne-sur-Mer is the largest fishing port in France and so the emphasis is very much on seafood and all things connected with the sea. With its cobbled square and vibrant market, its superb seafood restaurants and bistros has always had great appeal. You can remain in Boulogne or alternatively you can go and stock up at Auchan Hypermarket before returning back to Boulogne to spend the remainder of time.
A delightful city built on the fortunes of the cloth merchants of the Middle Ages with beautiful Medieval buildings for you to admire. A trip on the canals is recommended. There are many quality restaurants and shops to sample, especially those selling Belgian chocolates!
Our first stop will be at one of Europe's largest shopping centres – Cite Europe in France. With a large selection of fashion shops, restaurants and a hypermarket you are sure to find some bargains. You can remain at Cite Europe or alternatively if you would like to purchase cigarettes or tobacco stay on the coach where we will stop at an outlet in Belgium, before returning back to Cite Europe where you will spend the remaining time (time permitting).
This thousand-year-old city is a popular beach resort with Belgians, who flock here for sun, surfing, sailing, and the Kursaal (Casino). The fishing harbour and old town draw many visitors, its renowned restaurants and many museums.
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