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Sainte Mere Eglise

Sainte-Mere-Eglise, France
+33 2 33 41 41 35
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+33 2 33 41 41 35
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The stay here was very comfortable and convenient. It is situated in easy driving range of many of Normandy's historic WWII sites and other scenic areas. The town is busier during the day when tourist and their tour busses stop to look at the church...More

Thank Sage7579
Reviewed 1 week ago

While most people come to visit the church,and perhaps the museum, this is a nice Norman town in it's own right. It does have it's share of souvenir shops and those selling and military memorabilia, but the people are friendly, the town small enough to...More

Thank MWK51
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A quaint town that offers many shops, restaurants, and museums. The church is the main attraction but the Airborne Museum is also excellent.

Thank JHawk50
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a beautiful little town that continues to show it's thanks for the countries involved in the D-Day invasion.

Thank Paul K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This village with a rich WWII history is a must for anyone touring the area. Don't miss the airborne museum and grab a bite at Un Monde sans Faim, 18 Rue Général de Gaulle. Great way to spend a few hours and in between beaches.

Thank Nealandamber
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The first village to be free after the allied invasion in 1944, almost everything in this village is connected to the landings.

Thank Anders B
Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

We were lucky when we attended as it was a celebratory weekend. The church was beautiful and the parachutist was there to see. We didn't attend the museum as it was so busy. Nice place to visit but honestly not much keeping you there for...More

Thank gingerfree1
Reviewed 10 June 2017

Very friendly town to visitors from other Allied nations of WWII. I thank their citizens for patience with my French.

Thank Richard-Julie_K
Reviewed 5 June 2017

Lovely little town with the church as the focal piece and then the Airborne Museum as a great attraction to look around. Sign of the times that a lot of souvenir shops surround the square cashing in on the history of the town but you...More

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 3 June 2017

This must see town is an important WWII stop were the first landings of paratroopers begin prior to the D-Day beach landings. See the church and the museum in the town.

Thank Dan L
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