Memorial de Caen visit Arromanches Juno Beach American cemetery and lunch.
Discover the sites where the Allies fought to regain Freedom. The beaches of Normandy entered history books in 1944 when Allied forces landed to rescue Europe from Nazi invasion.
You will visit some of the areas where the Allies landed on June 6 1944. We take the Normandy motorway from Paris to Caen.
Stop at Caen: visit of the Memorial-Peace Museum dedicated to peace and recalling the history of the World War II and the D-Day landing.
Then lunch at the Memorial (drinks included).
In the afternoon we visit Pointe du Hoc where U.S. Rangers landed (stop) Omaha Beach: visit of approx one hour of the American Cemetery.
Stop at the ruins of the old artificial port at Arromanches and at Juno Beach (Near Canadian Memorial).
Tour operated by coach
Departure from and return to your hotel in Paris by minibus
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