land on Normandys beaches and ensure victory. View all Full Day D-Day Beaches of Normandy Tour from Paris with Authentic Lunch Reviews.89 284 5 star 255 4 star 28 3 star 1 2 star 0 1 star. Youll have time to look around the cemetery or enter the Visitor Center for an overview of the Omaha Beach Landings, one of the most challenging D-Day battles. An expert guide who will give you a greater understanding of this extraordinary time in history. Normandy American Cemetery Memorial, one of our most emotional stops, if not the most emotional, is the American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer. At the same time, youll still see trace bomb craters as well as seemingly insurmountable cliffs, which will give you a new understanding of the many obstacles that the soldiers of D-Day had to overcome. Utah Beach, pointe du Hoc, uS Military cemetery, fAQs. Entrance ticket and reservation fee for all sites visited. Experience traditional cider-tasting at a local farm and two-course lunch in a restaurant. This tour includes a two-course meal at a beautiful local restaurant overlooking the port of Grand camp Maisy. Every time, anywhere, because your trip doesn't end with a ticket, were here for you all the way. Normandy's Historical Significance, during heavy air and naval bombing, Allied boats arrived at Normandy on June 6, 1944. Then, well go to a quiet port for a two-course lunch in a local restaurant. There are other D-Day museums, but this one has the best exhibition on Operation Overlord, including personal stories, as well as an original B-26 airplane, one of only six in the world and the only one in France. Utah Beach Landing Museum. In the early light of dawn, the soldiers struggled to reach the beaches. If you have a special requirement regarding food, please inform us upon reservation or email us at your earliest convenience. Our D-Day Normandy tours from Paris will re-create memories of tremendous courage and sacrifice. A Taste of Normandy, youll relax and enjoy a taste of Normandy with an authentic apple cider and Calvados tasting at a farm and a traditional lunch at a local restaurant in a charming little port.