1-Day Normandy & Landing Beaches Tour from Paris

  • Tour code: 123-1663
  • Available: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
  • Depart from: Paris, France
  • Duration: 12 Hours
From USD$303.78

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Highlights:

Visit of the Pointe du Hoc, American cemetery in Colleville and Omaha Beach. Stop at Arromanches and Juno beach.

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Adult:$303.78
Child:$256.87
  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 3-11 yrs old. Children below 3 years can travel free with full paying adult.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Paris-Caen-Normandy-Paris(497 km)
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Day 1 Paris-Caen-Normandy-Paris(497 km)

In the morning, we will depart from Paris, journeying through the picturesque French countryside as we survey the inspirational landscape of Normandy. Our first stop will be in Caen to visit the Caen Memorial Museum, also known as the "Peace Museum," which holds a wealth of information about the role Normandy played in World War II and the D-Day Invasions. We'll enjoy a tour of the museum followed by lunch. For the rest of the day, we will visit the historic landing beaches of Normandy, like Ponte du Hoc and Omaha Beach. Then, we will visit the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial. If the cemetery is closed, we will stop for pictures at Arromanches and the Canadian Memorial. We will spend the ride back to Paris contemplating the history we experienced during the day. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

  • Always Visit
    A site of immense historical significance, Pointe du Hoc was the location of the German fortifications during the Battle of Normandy in World War II, and is now home to a memorial museum dedicated to those who lost their lives.
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    Though this beachfront is not actually called Omaha Beach, that was the codename given to the Allied invasion of the beaches of Normandy on D-Day in World War II.
  • Always Visit
    This military cemetery and war memorial near the northern coast of France serves as a tribute to the American soldiers who died in Europe during World War II, particularly those who were killed during the invasion of Normandy on D-Day.
  • Always Visit
    This small township on the northeastern coast of France is significant due to its location at the center of the area in which the Allied invasion of Axis-occupied France took place on D-Day during World War II.

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