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D-Day Beaches (Plages du Debarquement de la Bataille de Normandie)

Comite Regional de Tourisme de Normandie | 14 Rue Charles Corbeau, Evreux, 27000, France
+33 2 32 33 79 00
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A day in Normandy: the Landing beaches of WWII with a Private Guide
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Comite Regional de Tourisme de Normandie | 14 Rue Charles Corbeau, Evreux, 27000, France
+33 2 32 33 79 00
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Reviewed 2 October 2012

I booked on-line a one day tour with Overlord Tours. It included visits to Omaha and Utah beaches along with a visit to the town of St. Mere Eglise, where American paratroopers landed in the middle of the village square , a scene immortalized in...More

1  Thank Alito49
Reviewed 2 September 2012

This is where history was made in early June, 1944. Today, the sandy beaches are in some places used for swimming and playing, but the forts and shelters still mark the place where men died in the struggle for the world we know today. "They...More

2  Thank Anders B
Reviewed 26 July 2012

Seven of us travelled by train from Paris to Carentan, where we were met by a private tour guide, Eva Ruttger from visitnormandybeaches.com. Eva was terrific and gave us an exhaustive tour of St. Mer Sur Eglise, Utah Beach, Omaha Beach, the American cemetery, and...More

3  Thank romecelebration2012
Reviewed 23 July 2012

Lots of interesting exhibits, though not was well presented as the American museums at Utah and Musee Airborne in Ste Mere Eglise. Worth a trip just to see remains of Mulberry Harbour

Thank paulrichardsch
Reviewed 12 July 2012

We spent a somber day visiting the beaches of Normandy, the American Cemetery, and Pointe du Hoc the day after Memorial Day. Having relatives who fought in World War II, it was all too clear the sacrifices the men of America's armed forces made -...More

4  Thank Irene P
Reviewed 12 July 2012

Great place to visit if you are interested in history/WW2. Amazing to be there where all of it happened.

4  Thank Cathy S
Reviewed 12 June 2012

Everyone will enjoy this area and if you are interested in WW11 history you will be thrilled.

Thank Martin M
Reviewed 8 June 2012

It's alot to see in one day....which is all we had. We started out at the 360 degree movie in Arromanches (which you can skip)...then a tram takes you to the museum at Arromanches - which is interesting...then on to Point Du Hoc and then...More

Thank java32779
Reviewed 5 June 2012

Touched me deeply. Especially going INTO the actual German bunker and looking through the slits onto the beach, knowing this was the very place where the Germans shot our Rangers. Take time here. The BOMBED land still has the huge craters. Very beautiful beach views.

Thank bfrancisdesign
Reviewed 3 June 2012

A superb window into the past, dotted with memorials, museums and great places to stop and eat and drink.

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Response from Laurent B | Reviewed this property |
I used Paris city vision. Long day (6 am to 9 pm), but I could sleep during the 6 hour of drive time (like nearly everyone else).
18 January 2015|
Response from LucindaNormandy | Property representative |
Bonjour! It is possible to fly over the D-Day sites in a small plane, for example with "ULM Activités". or in a hot air balloon... View our "Normandy Tourism" website for all aerial sports in Normandy. It is also possible... More
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