Normandy D-Day Beaches with Norman Lunch and Cider Tasting Day Tour from Paris Instant Confirmation
Travel from Paris through the beautiful Norman countryside to visit the WWII US landing beaches in Normandy, site of the D-Day landings on June 6th 1944. Enjoy freshly prepared Norman-style lunch.
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Normandy D-Day Beaches with Norman Lunch and Cider Tasting Day Tour from Paris
Travelers who visit the historical battlefields of Normandy often come away describing the experience as moving, emotional and memorable. Standing in the midst of the landing beaches is certainly an experience that should not be missed, and choosing the right day trip from Paris will be defining in ensuring your day is comprehensive, informative and unhurried.
- Duration: 14.5 hour(s)
- Available: Wed, Fri
- Pick-up: Not available
- Inclusion: Lunch / Admission / English-speaking guide / Headsets / Cider tasting
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06:45 Check-in & Tour departs
Utah Beach MuseumBuilt on the beach where the first American troops landed, this museum offers the opportunity to learn about the Operation and also the touching stories of the ordinary people whose actions during those days shaped the face of Europe. It is home to one of the six remaining B-26 airplanes.
Tasting of the cider and CalvadosWe’ll stop for a brief visit in a traditional Norman cider-making orchard where we’ll enjoy a tasting of the cider and Calvados (an apple-based alcoholic drink for which this region is famous) in an original 17th century barn.
Enjoy typical Norman-style lunchWe’ll continue our exploration of Normandy with a typical Norman-style lunch, freshly prepared for us with only seasonal ingredients. We’ll enjoy our meal in a charming, local restaurant with a view overlooking the port of Grandcamp Maisy.
Pointe du HocA German defense situated on the cliff tops and heroically taken by US Rangers. This cliff overlooking the English Channel today remains very much as it was left over half a century ago. Many of the original German fortifications have been left in place and the area is still scarred by bomb craters.
American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer and Omaha Beach Visitor CentreThe cemetery is located on a bluff that overlooks Omaha Beach, which was one of the landing beaches of the D-Day invasion. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of President Theodore Roosevelt and a Medal of Honor recipient, is buried here together with the almost 10,000 soldiers who sacrificed their lives.
21:00 Tour Ends
- This activity is not wheelchair accessible.
- The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
- You can order extra beverages at lunch (a glass of cider is served with lunch).
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- Any cancellations made after 18:30 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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by: Crystal E
We wanted to go to the beaches of Normandy since we were fairly close in Paris. This was the perfect tour for us! Felix was our guide and did a fantastic job giving us enough of a history lesson that ...more