- Normandy Battlefields Tour - American Sites
- Visit the two Normandy beaches where the US forces fought
- Explore the American Cemetery and Interpretive Center
- Maximum of eight passengers ensures personalized attention from your professional guide
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Small group Normandy Battlefields Tour from Bayeux by minivan
Recent Photos of this Tour
American CemeteryPhoto by: Marisa L05 2012
Lunch in GrandCamp Maisy ...Photo by: Robert K04 2013
Utah beachPhoto by: Mike H03 2013
Omaha Beach Seawall Northern, ...Photo by: John C09 2012
Omaha Beach Normandy, Fr.Photo by: John C09 2012
German Artillery emplacement ...Photo by: John C09 2012
IMG_4214Photo by: James C08 2012
IMG_4057Photo by: James C08 2012
Beach CliffsPhoto by: Marisa L05 2012
BunkerPhoto by: Marisa L05 2012
Normandy Battlefields Tour - ...Photo by: Timothy S04 2011
The tour also takes you to see the impressive fortifications built by the Germans to repel the Allies' inevitable attack.
During the day you can enjoy some free time to explore the American Cemetery and its moving Interpretive Center, situated in a beautiful setting overlooking Omaha Beach. It's a suitably moving location to honor the soldiers who did not return home after the war.
Reviewed by Robert A C, May 2013
We had a great tour and learned so many details about the area and battle fields, that would have been unknown to us without the experienced guide. Our guide was great!!!
Bob and Donna Caljouw
Reviewed by Yuko F, May 2013
My husband and I did the full-day Normandy battlefield tour. It was fantastic. We were staying at a hotel in Bayeux and the tour guide/driver came to pick us up in a van around 8:30 am. Our guide, Ann Sophie, was very friendly and knowledgeable and we learned a great deal. It was sunny but windy. We went to German Cemetery, Ste Mere Eglise, Airborne Museum, Utah Beach, Pointe du Hoc, Omaha Beach and American Cemetery (plus a nice no-host lunch). We were glad that we did the full-day tour instead of half day so that we weren't rushed. I took so many pictures that my batteries ran out toward the end. There were no gift shops to replace batteries...I'll bring extras next time! I would highly recommend this tour.