D-Day, June 6, 1944, in Normandy, France, was the largest amphibious operation in human history- its aim to liberate Nazi occupied Europe. More than half a century has gone by, but Normandy has not forgotten its liberators. Instead, its beaches and little towns live on to honor the brave men who fought for its freedom.
The D-Day tour begins in the quaint little town of St. Mere Eglise where it all started, and continues with a walk in the footsteps of the brave on the beaches of Omaha and Utah. After lunch, we will visit the memorial of Dick Waters and the band of brothers, and the famous Point du Hoc cliff. The tour ends with the flag folding ceremony at the American military cemetery, one of the most breathtakingly beautiful cemeteries in the world.
The whole day tour includes pick up at the hotel, four hour drive to Normandy, road tolls, tour of the most famous D-Day sights, and a drive back to Paris.
Duration: 13 hours