- Three-day Normandy, St Malo, Mont St Michel and chateaux tour from Paris
- Visit three very different regions of France
- Walking tour through the old town of Rouen
- See the D-Day landing beaches of Omaha
- Visit the American Cemetery of Saint-Laurent and Arromanches
- Guided visit of St Malo
- Guided tour of the abbey of Mont St Michel
- Guided visits of the chateaux of Langeais and Chambord
- Two nights' accommodation and meals included
- Professional local guide
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What You Can Expect
Enjoy a guided visit of St Malo before heading to Mont Saint Michel for a guided visit of the Abbey. This tour will also take you on a guided tour of Chateau de Langeais. End your tour with a guided visit of the royal and imposing Chateau de Chambord before returning to Paris.
Day Two: Leave Caen at 7:30am in the direction of Brittany. Guided visit of St Malo (ramparts, cathedral etc) After lunch (free time) depart for Mont-Saint-Michel (frontier between the Bretagne and Normandy regions) for a guided visit of the Abbey followed by free time. Dinner and overnight stay in Angers.
Day Three: Depart from Angers at 8:00am (short stop at Chateau d'Angers for taking photos) and pass by Cunault and Saumur before the guided visit of the Chateau de Langeais. Stop for lunch at Amboise (free time). Continue by Cheverny and end your stay with a guided visit of the royal and imposing Chateau de Chambord. Return to Paris around 9:00pm.
This tour is a wonderful way of seeing the countryside surrounding Paris. I loved each day of this tour. The first day is Normandy- Rouen, Honfleur, and the D-day beaches. The second day is San Mont Michel and San Malo. The third day is the Loire valley. The tour guide was awesome and the towns are so gorgeous. My only warning with this, however, is that it is a pretty hardcore tour- expect to wake up early everyday and go until late. We had wake up calls at 6:15/6:30, and weren't done with dinner until 9/9:30 at night. Dinner isn't served until 8/8:30 in the evening, so buy some snacks in-between lunch and dinner. Also, be sure to bring an umbrella- it rains often in these regions.
Tour guides where very imformative