All Day Guided Normandy D-Day Beaches from Paris

All Day Guided Normandy D-Day Beaches from Paris

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All Day Guided Normandy D-Day Beaches from Paris

From 201.52

Learn the history of D-Day and Normandy's landing beaches

Visit of particular significance for war veterans, their families and those interested in the period of World War II. For other passengers, opportunity of discovering the Normandy region with its beautiful landscapes

Free Cancellation Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure
14 Hours Duration of experience
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Experience

  • Guided visit of Omaha and Juno beaches
  • Visit of the Normandy American cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer
  • Visit of the cinema museum 360 in Arromanches
  • Services of a tour guide
  • Transport to and from Paris by air-conditioned coach

  • Round Trip by luxury coach from Paris.
  • Saint Laurent cemetery visit.
  • Service of our licensed guide.
  • Guided visit of Omaha and Juno beaches
  • Visit of the cinema museum 360 in Arromanches

  • Optional Gratuities
  • Hotel Pick Up/Drop Off
  • Lunch

  • On 25/12 and during the whole month of January 2024, the visit of the circular museum of Arromanches will not be made.
  • Visit sights of particular significance to war veterans, their families and those interested in World War II history.
  • Discover the beauty landscapes of modern day Normandy.

The beaches of Normandy went down in history in 1944 when Allied forces landed to rescue Europe from Nazi invasion. You will start the tour by ... See more
Highlights
  • Guided visit of Omaha and Juno beaches
  • Visit of the Normandy American cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer
  • Visit of the cinema museum 360 in Arromanches
  • Services of a tour guide
  • Transport to and from Paris by air-conditioned coach
Includes
  • Round Trip by luxury coach from Paris.
  • Saint Laurent cemetery visit.
  • Service of our licensed guide.
  • Guided visit of Omaha and Juno beaches
  • Visit of the cinema museum 360 in Arromanches
Excludes
  • Optional Gratuities
  • Hotel Pick Up/Drop Off
  • Lunch
Essential Information
  • On 25/12 and during the whole month of January 2024, the visit of the circular museum of Arromanches will not be made.
  • Visit sights of particular significance to war veterans, their families and those interested in World War II history.
  • Discover the beauty landscapes of modern day Normandy.
Itinerary
The beaches of Normandy went down in history in 1944 when Allied forces landed to rescue Europe from Nazi invasion. You will start the tour by visiting Omaha Beach, where the Allied took advantage of the Germans. Then you will spend about an hour at the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer and go through the 10,000 white crosses with the name of the D-Day heroes on each. Visit of Arromanches-sur-Mer, where you can find the old artificial port used to supply the landed troops. End of the ... See more
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Customer Reviews

3.8
based on 18 verified reviews
Oct 9 2023
Steve did a great job. And our driver,handled the bus very well. Very smooth ride. .
Mark Ryder
Apr 1 2023
Very informative tour - guide knew so much information about the period that helped to understand the importance of each site. So nice to have the full trip organized so all we had to do was sit back and soak all the information in. Enjoyed all the stops and time to explore on our own. Overall, very good trip.
Chris Stolsky
Oct 29 2022
Excellent driver safely brought us close to so many sites on time. Knowledge of tour guide was excellent.
a Gray Line customer
Oct 17 2019
The service was good for the price
Eduardo Rodriguez
Oct 8 2018
Thorough overview of the landing beaches.
a Gray Line customer
Sep 27 2018
It was a great tour. It would be wonderful to stay longer at some venues. But I liked that we were able to have several stops during the long day. The drivers were amazing on the narrow streets. We had two tour guides. Francois was hard to understand. Advertises free WiFi. I connected but it didn’t work.
Peggy O

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