DAY TRIP TOUR FROM PARIS

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A standard full-day tour of the D-Day Beaches is possible as a day trip from Paris, there are regular trains Monday thru Friday.

To make the most of your day, the following example itinerary is advised:

Early departure from Paris Saint-Lazare train station (around 5:40 am to 6:15 am).
Arrive at Bayeux train station (journey time around 2½ hours).

I will greet you and drop you back at Bayeux train station at the end of your tour.

Depart from Bayeux train station (around 5:30 pm).
Arrive in Paris Saint-Lazare train station (journey time around 2½ hours).

There are later return trains, so let me know if you would like a little more time on tour or to see Bayeux afterward.

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TOURS

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Full-day tours are possible as a day trip from Paris by train (Monday to Friday).
Normandy to victory tours Private DDay tours guide American Sector Tours

AMERICAN SECTOR TOUR

Together, we will look at the American involvement on D Day – the airborne drop of the famed 82nd and 101st Airborne divisions around the town of Sainte Mère Église, Utah Beach (the most successful of the landing beaches), the heroic climbing of the cliffs of the Pointe du Hoc by the 2nd Rangers, deadly Omaha Beach, the hallowed ground of the Normandy American Cemetery.

The site choices are endless – Let’s honor their accomplishments.

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CANADIAN SECTOR TOUR

Together, we will look at the Canadian contribution on D Day and beyond. From the costly storming of Juno Beach, the inland push that made the furthest advance of June 6th, the dreadful encounter with the infamous 12th SS Panzer Division “Hitlerjugend”, the notorious Abbaye d’Ardenne, to the peaceful Canadian Commonwealth War Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer.

The choices of sites are endless – Let’s honor their accomplishments.

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BRITISH SECTOR TOUR

Together, we will look at the British participation on D Day – the daring glider assault on Pegasus Bridge, the valiant stories of the taking of Gold and Sword beaches, the imposing German coastal gun battery at Longues-sur-Mer, the remnants of the British Mulberry harbor at Arromanches, the beautiful Commonwealth War Cemetery of Bayeux.

There are so many historic sites to choose from – Let’s honor their accomplishments.

Normandy to victory tours Private DDay tours guide The Battle Of Normandy

THE BATTLE OF NORMANDY

D-Day was but the first day of a grueling three-month long battle which included the following major engagements: the assault on Caen, the fall of “Festung Cherbourg”, the capture of Saint-Lô, the strike of Operation Cobra, the German counter-attack at Mortain, General Patton’s drive towards Brittany and the closing of the Falaise gap.

Over one day or longer, we can take our time to honor the accomplishments of the Allies in Normandy.

TOUR – FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ...

. . . a relative, a unit such as the famed “Band of Brothers”, the men of Easy Company of the 506 Paratrooper Infantry Regiment . . .

All my tours can be personalized but if you would like an in-depth tour about a person, a unit or a theme in particular, then please contact me with your request.
I will research and prepare a custom tour for you.