Because of its privileged geographical situation on the Channel coast, at the mouth of the Seine and facing the British Isles, Normandy has been the setting for a particularly rich history. The city of Rouen on the Seine, but also Caen, the Viking city, then further west in Brittany, Saint Malo, famous for its skillful navigators, all have played a major role in the history of France. Have you got any questions about the World War II? The best experience is to visit Normandy with the family. Visit the beaches of Normandy where Allied Forces landed on the ground on D-Day, 6th June 1944, the first painful steps in the Liberation of France. Normandy is one of the favorite destinations for tourists and Parisians who travel here to enjoy in the charming port and center of Honfleur, the beautiful beaches of Deauville and its luxury residences. Beyond this area, don’t miss the incomparable Mont Saint-Michel. Visit this friendly village and take photo of the great view of the bay, with its recent transportation access. Rich “terroir”, characteristic countryside or “bocage”, cider and dairy products; Normandy is integrate to the cultural identity of France. Visit PARISCityVISION website, discover many other day trips, cruises or private tours and save your time buying your tickets and booking in advance online.
Visit the Normandy region with your guide. Visit Caen memorial, the Landing beaches of Pointe du Hoc, the American cemetery next to Omaha Beach, and the Gold Beach of Arromanches.
Travel through Normandy. Visit of the Pointe du Hoc, Omaha Beach, Saint Laurent cemetery, Juno Beach, the ruins of the Arromanches' artificial harbor and then lunch at the "Ferme de la Rançonnière".
Discover the sites where the Allies fought to regain freedom with a guided visit by motorcoach. Visit the Memorial-Peace Museum followed by lunch. Then visit Arromanches Juno Beach and the American cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer. Departure and return at your residence in Paris by minibus.