- Two-day Normandy, St Malo and Mont St Michel tour from Paris
- 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
- Free time at Mont St Michel
- Accommodation and meals included
- Professional guide
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
While Paris has got so much history itself, there is so much more to see when you get out of the city! Seeing the beaches of the D-Day landings is a real eye-opener and the stories are very moving. The small towns you stop at on the way also offer a typically French experience.
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What You Can Expect
Head for Saint Malo in the heart of the Brittany region where you can enjoy a guided tour of the town before continuing to Mont St Michel for a guided visit of the Abbey and free time for shopping and exploring.
Leave Paris via the Normandy motorway and make your first stop at Rouen for a walking tour in the old town before continuing to Honfleur. On the way between Rouen and Honfleur, view of the newly built Normandy bridge. In Honfleur: free time for lunch. Continue to the beaches of Normandy and pass by the Landing Beaches of Omaha. Visit of The American cemetery of Saint-Laurent. Have a short stop in Arromanches. Dinner and overnight in Caen.
Leave Caen at 7:30am in the direction of Saint-Malo located in the heart of the Brittany region. Guided visit of the town including a walk along the ramparts and the cathedral. After lunch (free time), depart for Mont-Saint-Michel (frontier between the Bretagne and Normandie regions). Continue your afternoon with a guided visit of the abbey and free time for strolling and shopping. Return to Paris at around 9:00pm.
Lovely tour guides--well informed. Well organized tour. The time at the beaches and the American Cemetery were incredible with the history. The countryside was beautiful as everyone says.
The tour guide was very knowledgable. The meals was good and they had use staying in a fine hotel