- Normandy Battlefields Canadian Sites tour from Bayeux
- Small group tour by minivan
- Visit the Juno Beach Center
- Canadian Cemetery, where the 3rd Canadian Division landed
- Maximum of eight passengers
- 12th-century Ardenne Abbey
Recent Photos of this Tour
Last stop on this tour is Ardenne Abbey, a masterpiece of architectural design dating from the 12th century. In the early years of the German occupation, the abbey was a focal point for the local French Resistance. Its unfortunate reputation nowadays, however, is as the site of execution of Canadian prisoners of war by the child soldiers of the Hitler Youth Division.
Reviewed by Kevin F, October 2012
We had a wonderful tour with Lucille.
She was very knowledgeable about all the areas we visited and also very courteous. One of our friends found her Uncle's grave and was extremely happy. We all felt we had sufficient time to wander in all sites and were impressed with the Museum and grounds. Lest we forget.
Overall as Canadians we feel very glad we had the chance to take this tour. Thank you.
Reviewed by Larry S, September 2012
Our guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and helpfull. I wouldly highly recommend Viator based on our experience on our tour of the Canadian D-Day sites